p.1 From the Thunder Bay Sentinel we learn that the steamer Manitoba, in attempting to enter the Kaministiquia River, where, in the interests of Oliver, Davidson & Co. the terminus of the Pacific Railway has been placed, got badly stuck. After about twelve hours delay, and with the aid of a tug boat, the steamer got afloat, and made for Prince Arthur's Landing.
p.3 Marine Notes
J. Swift's - Called - The steamers D.R. Vanallen from Toledo; Armenia from Ogdensburg; Armenia from Picton; City of Concord from Chicago.
Holcomb & Stewart - Arrived - schrs. Fabiola, from Toronto, 81,000 (sic) bush. wheat; Oliver Mowat, from Toledo, 18,000 bush. corn; prop. Ocean, from Chicago, 4,100 bush. corn. Departures - in tow of tug Chieftain, prop. Ocean, 12,000 bush. corn; Star No. 1, 20,100 bush. wheat; Hawk, 12,000 bush. corn; Minnie, 14,000 bush. corn; Ox, 12,000 bush. corn.
St. Lawrence & Chicago Forwarding Co. - Acacia, Toronto, 9,900 bush. wheat; D. R. Vanallen, Toledo, lightened 300 (sic) bush. wheat; E.G. Benedict, Toronto, 11,165 bush. wheat. Departures per tug Frank Perew - barges Onondaga, 9,897 bush. wheat, 4,503 bush. ? and 100 tons rails; Powerful, 15,418 bush. corn, 3,438 bush. peas; B., 9,911 bush. wheat, 2,575 bush. corn.
Schooner Wrecked - A despatch from Goderich dated the 5th inst. says that as the schooner Mary Ann, owned by I.H. Radford, of Kingston, was bound from the Georgian Bay to Goderich, she was struck by a heavy squall from the northeast, off Point Clark, and as she was about entering the piers at Goderich the sea was running so hard that she would not answer to her helm. Both anchors were let go, but the anchor chains broke and she drifted on the beach. Her stern and keelson are gone, and her deck is raised six inches. She was towed in this morning, and is now discharging her cargo. The damage amounts to about $1,000. No insurance.
Port Colborne, June 6th - Up - schrs. Ella Murton, Hamilton, Cleveland, light; Hattie Wells, Ogdensburg, Cleveland, coal; Montgomery, Clayton, Detroit, light; E.P. Rutherford, Hamilton, Cleveland, light; West Wind, Port Colborne, Cleveland, light; Cape Horn, Humberston, Bay City, light; barges F. Russell, Collinsby, blank, light; Benson, Collinsby, blank, light; Manley, Collinsby, blank, light; O.J. Hale, Charlotte, Chicago, coal; tug Metamora, Collinsby, blank, light; props. Garden City, Ogdensburg, Chicago, gen. cargo; L. Shickluna, Montreal, Toledo, gen. cargo; Prussia, Montreal, Chicago, coal; Maine, Charlotte, Chicago, gen. cargo.
Down - schrs. Sweepstakes, Black River, Toronto, coal; J.N. Carter, Cleveland, Toronto, coal; Trade Wind, Cleveland, Newcastle, coal; Bay Trader, Port Rowan, Port Colborne, timber; Ada Medora, Muskegon, Ogdensburg, lumber; props. Oswegatchie, Toledo, Ogdensburg, gen. cargo; City of Concord, Chicago, Ogdensburg, gen. cargo.
The schooners J.C. Woodruff and M.L. Breck returned last night, the former with her centreboard broken and the latter with her jibboom and some canvas gone, the result of a squall on Lake Erie, which caught them near Grand River.
Port Colborne, June 7th - Up - schrs. West Wind, Port Colborne, Cleveland, light; Cape Horn, Hamilton, Bay City, light; barge O.J. Hale, Charlotte, Chicago, coal; propellors Prussia, Montreal, Chicago, gen. cargo; Lowell, Ogdensburg, Toledo, gen. cargo; Dromedary, Montreal, Toledo, gen. cargo; schrs. Starling, Toronto, Black River, light; Huron, Toronto, Ashtabula, light.
Down - prop. City of New York, Toledo, Ogdensburg, gen. cargo.