p.3 Yachting - Mr. Greene launched the Zephyr yesterday. She will be brought to her moorings in the harbour on Monday or Tuesday. Cuthbert is building a five ton boat at Trenton. She is already well advanced. There will be a decided improvement in this class of craft in the bay district this season, and Mr. Cunningham's (of Kingston) Mystery will meet some smarter opponents than she had last year. It is probable that the Cricket Club will offer prizes for the second and third class yachts at their regatta on the 24th. [Intelligencer]
The steamer St. Albans called at Swift's Dock yesterday.
A 1,400 ton ship named the New City was launched at Black River on Saturday.
The schooner Charlotte Raab, Acorn and Mary McVea are chartered for deals from Muskegon to Kingston at $3.75 per 1,000 feet.
Grain freights at Milwaukee on Tuesday were quiet and 1 1/4 cents lower. The schooner Mary Lyon and brig. C.G. Breed take wheat to Buffalo at 3 3/4 cents.
St. Lawrence & Chicago Forwarding Co. - Arrivals - schrs. Garibaldi, 6,820 bush. peas and wheat, from Port Hope; Garibaldi, 10,000 bush. wheat, from Whitby; Caledonia, 7,000 bush. wheat, from Cobourg; H.B. Rathbun, 8,333 bush. wheat, from Whitby; Flora Carveth, 13,400 bush. wheat, from Port Hope. The tug Jessis Hall arrived with the rigged barges Mohawk and Seneca, with about 1,100 tons of iron from Hamilton. This tug made excellent towing, making the passage against a strong head wind in 33 hours.
The schrs. Vienna and Gold Hunter have been chartered to carry wheat to Kingston from Toronto at 1 1/2 cents.