The steamer Hamilton touched at Swift's wharf yesterday on her way to Hamilton.
The schooner Two Brothers arrived from Charlotte at daylight this morning with 240 tons of coal for the M.T. company.
Stephen Sullivan, a sailor, was badly injured at Oswego, N.Y., by a winch bar. He hails from Prescott and was one of the crew of the steamer Samoa.
The M.T. company's barge Toronto was discharged from the government dry-dock today, and the barge Montreal took her place for general repairs.
At Goderich the tug Evelyn and crew are taking up with drip nets the grain lost in the harbor through the elevator fire. The men are paid fifteen cents per hour. Three hundred bushels were picked up on Tuesday and put in bags for sale as hog and chicken feed. Streams of teams are going into the town with purchasers.
Welland Canal Report.
Port Dalhousie, Nov. 11th - Down: steamer W.L. Frost, Chicago to Ogdensburg, general cargo; steamer Rhoda Emily, Cleveland to Toronto, bricks; steamer Persia, St. Catharines to Montreal, general cargo.
Port Colborne, Nov. 11th - Down: steamer Frost, Chicago to Ogdensburg, general cargo; schooner Singapore, Amherstburg to Prescott, wheat; steamer Omaha, Milwaukee to Oswego, barley.
Broke Loose On The Lake.
The sailors of the schooner Two Brothers, which arrived in port at daylight this morning, report that a tow of freight boats separated near the Main Ducks during the night. The course of the Two Brothers led her some distance from the Ducks, but the lights of the steamer could be seen moving about, as though she was endeavoring to pick up her drifting consorts. It is thought the tow was bound for Ogdensburg. The tug Walker was at Oswego yesterday with three barges for coal, but it is not certain that she left for here.
p.6 General Paragraphs - The propeller Cuba, while passing through the canal at Morrisburg, on Wednesday night, struck her wheel on the bank, breaking off one blade. The mishap was not serious enough to delay her, and she passed up by here this morning, en route for Hamilton.