p.3 The Regatta - The arrangements for the regatta in the harbour on Monday are completed, and everything points to there being a fast race. We hope the weather will be pleasurable for that purpose.
Mr. Taylor, of Kingston, Government Inspector of Steamboats, came up from Montreal this morning on the Algerian, and was occupied throughout the entire day in inspecting several of our boats. [Brockville Recorder]
Holcomb & Stewart's - Prop. Scotia from Toledo lightened 4,200 bush. corn and proceeded to Montreal; prop. Europe from Toledo lightened 4,200 bush. corn and proceeded to Montreal; barge Snipe arrived up from Montreal with 25 tons pig iron for Davidson, Doran & Co., 15 tons for John Brokenshire, and 75 tons coal for Calvin & Breck; barge Lark arrived with 100 tons pig iron for Davidson, Doran & Co., and 1,300 bags salt for A. Gunn & Co.
Port Colborne, June 28th - Up - Schooners Josephine, Toronto, Black River, light; Pulaski, Collinsby, Cheboygan, light; F.J. King, Clayton, Chicago, light; Mary Ann, Kingston, Chatham, light; Montcalm, Charlotte, Chicago, coal; Mary Battle, Collinsby, Marquette, light; Sweden, Kingston, Sault Ste. Marie, light; W.W. Grant, Port Dalhousie, Toledo, light; Canada, Kingston, Cheboygan, light; Ella Murton, Hamilton, Cleveland, light; Huron, Thorold, Point Pelee, light; prop. Garden City, Ogdensburg, Duluth, gen. cargo; Lawrence, Ogdensburg, Chicago, gen. cargo.
Down - schrs. J.H. Breck, Bay City, Kingston, timber; barge Lisgar, Graveley, Garden Island, timber; Grimsby, Graveley, Garden Island, timber; prop. California, Toledo, Montreal, gen. cargo; Columbia, Toledo, Montreal, gen. cargo; steambarge Lincoln, Wiska Point, St. Catharines, lumber.
In Harbour - schrs. Huron, Canada, Sweden, Montcalm, T.J. King, Pulaski.