The str. Glengarry and consorts cleared last night for Fort William.
The schr. Fleet Wing is being given a fresh coat of paint at Swift's.
The tug Bronson, with three light barges, arrived up from Montreal last evening.
The str. Monteagle, Duluth, wheat laden, is on her way down the lake for this port.
The str. Middlesex arrived last evening from Chicago, with 40,000 bushels of wheat for the M.T. Co.
The str. D.D. Calvin with consorts, light, and the str. Rosedale, light, Kingston to Ashland, cleared the Welland canal yesterday.
The schr. Marie Annette is at Craig & Co.'s wharf, unloading 455 tons of coal, brought by her from Oswego, N.Y., for William Drury, of this city.
The str. Passport, on her trip from Montreal, on Wednesday, made the fastest time on record on that route. Her officers are: T.J. Craig, master; H. Dubois, purser; J. Carway, mate and pilot; W. Parker, engineer. The Passport is as bright and clean as a new vessel, and her speed is above the average.