BY WIND AND WAVE.
The barge Siren, wrecked in the rapids, will be brought here for repairs.
Capt. Vanmeer will sail the schooner Eliza Fisher in the future, as the vessel has changed hands.
The Steamer Released.
Morrisburg, July 22nd - Calvin's wrecker, Capt. Tom Brian, with steamer Reginald, has succeeded in releasing the steamer Hamilton, aground at Pine Tree point, just above Rapid du Plat. Three other steamers had tried her unsuccessfully.
Welland Canal Report.
Port Colborne, July 21st - Passed down - steamer D.D. Calvin and barges, Soo to Kingston, timber; Armenia and barges, Cheboygan to Kingston, timber. Up - steamer Britannic, Kingston to Duluth, light; Pueblo, Prescott to Chicago, light; Rosemount and barge, Kingston to Fort William, light.
Port Dalhousie, July 21st - Passed down - steamer Bothnia, Toledo to Kingston, timber; steamer Aragon, Chicago to Prescott, corn; steamer Marquette, Chicago to Prescott, corn; steamer Marion.
A Young Man Injured.
William Lagrue, employed on the steamer Saturn, was badly hurt at Collins Bay yesterday afternoon. He was assisting in unloading a cargo of timber when one end of a stick struck him with such force as to throw him ten feet in the air. In alighting he fell across the steamer's rail, badly injuring his chest and back. Dr. Wood was sent for and after dressing the injured man's wounds had him conveyed to the general hospital. It was impossible to ascertain at the time whether or not there were any broken bones.