p.2 Port Colborne, Sept. 30th - Down: schrs. T.C. Street, Milwaukee, Kingston, wheat; J. Graham, Bay City, Kingston, timber; Mary Battle, Milwaukee, Kingston, wheat; S. Cook, Chicago, Oswego, corn; Wave Crest, Windsor, Kingston, lumber and staves; Elvina, Milwaukee, Oswego, wheat; Grace Whitney, Alpena, Ogdensburg, lumber; E.M. Davidson, Milwaukee, do., wheat; Starling, Cleveland, Toronto, coal.
Up: schrs. Montcalm, Oswego, Chicago, r.r. iron; M.A. Muir, Kingston, Cleveland, do.; prop. Ocean, Montreal, Chicago, pig iron; schr. Fellow Craft, St. Catharines, Pt. Burwell, light; Jennie White, Charlotte, Sandusky, coal; Marysburg, Cobourg, Ashtabula, iron ore; J.R. Benson, Kingston, Milwaukee, light; Grimsby, St. Catharines, Milwaukee, do.; steambarge Clinton, Kingston, do., do.; prop. Columbia, Montreal, Detroit, do.; schr. H.A. Richmond, bk. Cecilia, Kingston, Chicago, salt; Southampton, Canada, Kingston, Toledo, light; Youell; prop. Argyle, G.L. Wren.
In harbour - Clara Youell, bks. Cecilia, Southampton, Montmorency, Canada, Lady McDonald, schrs. Wren, Fellow Craft, Richmond, Trenton.
Presentation - a ring presented to John Elliot, steward of Maud, by members of Masonic Excursion.
p.3 The Harbor - Messrs. Jones & Millar report the arrival of barges Miner and Mineral with 250 tons phosphate of lime from Bedford Mills; barge Odessa left with 5,000 bush. wheat and 250 tons phosphate.