Craig's wharf: steamer Alexandria down
Swift's wharf: steamers Corsican up tonight; Spartan down.
Crawford's wharf: schooner Annandale clears this evening for Charlotte.
The Calvin fleet cleared today for the Welland Canal, bound for upper lake ports to load timber for Garden Island.
Rathbun's Grove Inn wharf: schooner Rutherford from Oswego with coal; schooner Clara Youell cleared for Fairhaven.
The M.T. tug Thomson arrived from Oswego with two coal-laden barges, one for Swift & Co., and the other for M. Walsh.
M.T. company elevator: steamer Morley from Chicago, with 63,000 bushels of wheat and corn; steamer Bermuda and consort cleared for Astabula.
R.W. Travers, Brockville, is here with his yacht Ripple, accompanied by E.W. Jones and James Traynor. The boat will be dry-docked and re-planked, and several other improvements made.
The steamer Bermuda and consort Grampian which arrived at the M.T. company elevator Monday morning at ten o'clock, with 120,000 bushels of grain, cleared at half-past six o'clock in the evening. There is not another elevator on the chain of the great lakes that could turn vessels out as quickly as that.
No word had been received up till noon about the schooner Acacia, ashore on the south side of the Main Ducks. Last evening the tug Thomson passed down some miles away, and saw the Donnelly Wrecking company's crew at work. It is thought the Acacia is in a bad condition. She has 300 tons of hard coal, consigned to R. Crawford, who has it fully insured.
p.3 Goderich Notes - The Manitou, Marlton's new tug for the Dominion Fish company, left after Easter for the Manitoulin's. She can carry 200 passengers. Her headquarters is Owen Sound, and fishing quarters Wiarton. The Leafield, of the Algoma Central line, came in on Sunday, April 26th, with 75,000 bushels of wheat for local dealers. The Algonquin, of the St. Lawrence and Steam Navigation company, with 95,000 bushels of wheat, arrived in the afternoon of Sunday, April 26th, the cargo to be shipped to Montreal and Portland.