p.3 Launch - The yachts Surprise and Katie Gray, which have been thoroughly overhauled by their builder, Cuthbert, were to be launched this afternoon. Both these beautiful craft present a handsome appearance. The Surprise will receive a new mast. [Belleville Intelligencer]
Customs Imports - May 4th - Str. S.H. Johnson, Charlotte, Chown & Cunningham, 50 tons pig iron.
Str. Glide, Oswego - Montreal Transportation Co., 1 bbl. lard and 1 bbl. oil.
There is very little to report in marine matters today, the harbour being comparatively quiet. The Emma Hall, reported yesterday with lumber, was consigned to Noon and Tyner.
James Swift's - The steambarge Nile arrived from Westport with a general cargo; and the T.H. Camp arrived from Oswego.
The schr. Watertown arrived today at Garden Island with a cargo of staves from Toledo.
Port Colborne, May 3rd - Up - schrs. S. & J. Collier, Toronto, Cleveland, light; Persia, Toronto, Cleveland, light; Queen of the Lakes, Port Dalhousie, Black River, light; Riverside, Port Dalhousie, Cleveland; Emeu, Ogdensburg, Cleveland, iron ore; prop. Scotia, St. Catharines, Toledo, light; Acadia, Hamilton, Toledo, light.
Down - schrs. Grace Amelia, Anderdon, Quebec, lumber; Canada, Toledo, Kingston, timber; M.F. Merrick, Toledo, Clayton, timber; Elgin, Dresden, Kingston, timber; A. Muir, Buckhorne, Port Dalhousie, timber; Pulaski, Toledo, Collinsby, timber; Corsican, Toledo, Oswego, corn; S. Amsden, Erie, Allanburg, coal; props. D.R. Vanallen, Chatham, Quebec, lumber; Dromedary, Toledo, Montreal, corn.
In Harbour - schrs. Riverside, Queen of the Lakes, Emeu, John Wesley.