p.1 General Paragraphs - The schrs. Annandale, Baltic and Folger arrived in today with cargoes of coal from Oswego.
The schr. Queen of the Lakes is still moored at Richardson's dock waiting for a load.
The str. Passport arrived in today in place of the str. Magnet, met with an accident.
The S.S. Cibola is now in the dry-dock having her bottom scraped and painted, in accordance with the law on the matter.
Called at Gunn's wharf on Sunday: str. Ocean, Hamilton to Montreal; str. Cuba, Montreal to Hamilton; str. Melbourne, Toledo to Montreal.
The steambarge Orion, in the dry-dock, had all her seams recaulked, and new planks placed in her bow. She is owned by the Collins Bay rafting company.
The str. Spartan arrived on Saturday morning and went into winter quarters today. She has had a very successful season, having got through without an accident. Mr. Valker, the chef, will leave for New York tomorrow.
Passed Port Colborne: strs. Rosedale, Bannockburn and barges, Fort William to Kingston, wheat; Arabian, Fort William to Montreal, wheat; Business, Milwaukee to Oswego, barley; James, Chicago to Ogdensburg, general cargo; schr. S.H. Dunn, Toledo to Garden Island, timber.
This morning Capt. T. Donnelly received a telegram from his father, who superintended the releasing of the steamer Magnet from a shoal in the Sault rapids. He states the Magnet arrived at Valleyfield yesterday afternoon and is only slightly damaged.
The str. Acadia is lying in the canal at Cornwall. While in the Beauharnois canal a cross key broke, causing the piston to smash the intermediate casting of the cylinder head. Capt. Clifford has wired for the necessary castings, and it is expected the Acadia will resume her trip next Friday.
p.4 Awarded Full Amount - Montreal, Sept. 29th - The court of appeal has just decided an important case affecting the Richelieu & Ontario Navigation Co. The superior court granted the company $20,000 insurance on the burning of the str. Corinthian, two years ago. The company appealed from this, and was, today, awarded the full amount claimed, $40,000, with two years' interest at six per cent and costs against the insurance companies, sixteen of whom were interested.
Doubled The R. & O.'s Claim - Montreal, Oct. 1st - The Court of Appeals has just decided a most important case affecting the Richelieu & Ontario Navigation Company. The Superior Court granted the company $20,000 insurance on the burning of the str. Corinthian two years ago. The company appealed from this and awarded the full amount claimed, $40,000, with two years' interest at 6 per cent and costs against the insurance companies, sixteen of whom are interested.