M.T. company wharf: tug Bronson from Montreal, with four light barges.
Swift's wharf: steamer James Swift from Ottawa; steamer Toronto from Toronto; steamer Algerian from Hamilton.
The schooner Grantham, with the Donnelly company's wrecking plant aboard, arrived in port this morning from Montreal.
The steamer America made good time from Ogdensburg last night, covering the distance in six hours, including stoppages.
Richardsons' elevator: schooner Marianette from lake ports; schooner Maggie L., Echo, and sloops Madcap, Laura D., and Minnie from bay ports.
His Hand Severely Injured - A young lad, named Ferris, hanging around the ferry wharf yesterday afternoon, while the schooner Eliza White was discharging coal, had his hand severely injured. It was caught in the hoisting fall, and drawn into the block, one finger being smashed, and the hand badly cut.....
p.6 Sold To Hamilton Parties - The steamer Island Queen, of Kingston, purchased by John D. Murphy, Toronto, has been sold to a Hamilton company. She will ply this summer between Hamilton and Burlington, and later on in the season, will make daily trips to Toronto with fruit.