p.2 Customs' Imports - June 24th - str. Prussia, Milwaukee, Montreal Transportation Co., 3,707 bush. wheat.
Schr. Dan Lyons, Chicago, Holcomb & Stewart, 19,217 bush. corn.
Schr. L.S. Hammond, Chicago, Montreal Transportation Co., 20,726 bush. corn.
Schr. Mary Lyons, Chicago, Montreal Transportation Co., 20,205 bush. corn.
Prop. Lawrence, Oswego, Rees Bros., 5 crates; McCaul & Hiscock, 6 crates; S.R. Miller, 8 crates.
p.3 The Yachts - The Kathleen and Minnie A. were to be hauled out today. These two boats and the Katie Gray will probably go to the Kingston and Oswego races. The Minnie A., the Mabel and probably the Katie Gray will sail in the Trenton regatta on Wednesday next. [Belleville Intelligencer]
The yacht which recently belonged to His Excellency the Governor-General, and which was purchased by the Hon. W.P. Howland, of Toronto, was in the harbour yesterday on her way up to Toronto from Quebec.
Holcomb & Stewart's - Arrived - schrs. Ariel, from Port Hope, 9,600 bush. wheat; Daniel Lyons, from Chicago, 19,300 bush. corn; barges Jet, Finch and Hawk, from Montreal light.
J. Swift's - Algerian from Montreal; Persia from Montreal; Canada from Montreal; Passport from Montreal; Cuba from Prescott; Corsican from Hamilton; Armenia from Toronto; Lake Michigan from Hamilton; Celtic from Hamilton; Lawrence from Chicago; Prussia from Milwaukee; Armenia from Picton.
Montreal Transportation Co. - prop. Nile, 116 tons phosphate from Rideau Canal; Mary Lyons, 20,205 bush. corn from Chicago; L.S. Hammond, 20,726 bush. corn from Chicago; prop. Prussia, 3,707 bush. wheat. The tug Bronson left on Saturday night with barges Colborne, 16,000 bush. corn and 140 tons phosphate; McCarthy, 9,000 corn and 102 tons phosphate; Wheat Bin, 15,100 bush. corn and 150 tons phosphate.
Port Colborne, June 22nd - Up - schrs. London, Kingston, Toledo, light; Comanche, Charlotte, Chicago, coal; Lone Star, Welland, Erie, light; Garibaldi, Toronto, Leamington, light; Hyderabad, Kingston, Chicago, light; Shandon, Kingston, Luddington, light; H. Fitzhugh, Fair Haven, Toledo, coal; Pulaski, Oswego, Saginaw, coal; Wawanosh, Brockville, Toledo, light; Cossack, Oswego, Black River, light; Arabia, Kingston, Chicago, light; props. Oswegatchie, Ogdensburg, Chicago, gen. cargo; Asia, Kingston, Sarnia, railroad iron; Argyle, Montreal, Chicago, pig iron; Alma Munro, Montreal, Port Stanley, gen. cargo.
Down - schrs. D. Lyons, Chicago, Kingston, corn; Clara Youell, Black River, Toronto, coal; J. Bigler, Chicago, Kingston, corn; B. Eveleigh, Toledo, Oswego, corn and wheat; Star, Cleveland, Toronto, coal; M.S. Breck, Bay City, Kingston, timber; F.D. Barker, Chicago, Kingston, corn; Northman, Bay City, Kingston, timber; props. Vanallen, Chatham, Quebec, blank; Lawrence, Chicago, Ogdensburg, gen. cargo.
Port Colborne, June 24th - Up - schrs. Pulaski, Oswego, Saginaw, coal; Wawanosh, Brockville, light; Cossack, Oswego, Black River, light; Arabia, Kingston, Chicago, light; Bay Trader, Thorold, Port Rowan, light; Morwood, Brockville, blank, light; Smith & Post, Oswego, Detroit, coal; Lewis Ross, Cobourg, Ashtabula, coal; Undine, Hamilton, Black River, light; Sligo, Kingston, Marquette, light.
Down - schrs. Northman, Bay City, Kingston, timber; Westside, Milwaukee, Kingston, grain; J. Norris, Bay City, Kingston, timber; Wm. Home, Gratiol River, Kingston, timber; W.H. Oades, Black River, Brockville, coal; Grace Whitney, Bay City, Ogdensburg, lumber; Dashing Wave, Bay City, Ogdensburg, lumber; Canada, Sault Ste. Marie, Kingston, timber; J. Mathews, Cleveland, Toronto, coal; Ontario, Parry Sound, Thorold, staves; Trinidad, Chicago, Kingston, corn; A.W. Luckey, Black River, Toronto, coal; props. California, Toledo, Montreal, gen. cargo; Dominion, Toledo, Montreal, gen. cargo; Dromedary, Toledo, Montreal, gen. cargo; Swallow, Bay City, Ogdensburg, lumber.