STEAMER WAS RELEASED.
The steamer Columbia which ran ashore at Ten-Acre shoal on Tuesday, was released by the Donnelly Wrecking company, and the vessel suffered no damage. She will discharge the balance of the cargo she has on board, and will then clear for the west. The Columbia is owned by Richard Williamson, of Niagara Falls. As stated yesterday, the work had to be suspended owing to the high sea. Early in the evening the steamer Donnelly went out to the scene again, and succeeded in getting the vessel off. The Donnelly Wrecking company did some fine work.
The steamer Prince Rupert loaded grain at Fort William for Richardsons'.
The sloop Maggie L. arrived from bay ports, with a light cargo of wheat, for Richardsons'.
The steambarge John Randall loaded 2,000 bushels of wheat at Richardsons', and cleared for Washburn.
The yacht Pastime from the Thousand Islands is at the government dry dock, being caulked and undergoing some general repairs.
The steamer Canadian, here with wheat from Fort William, will be sent to the dry dock in Buffalo for repairs in anticipation of the fall traffic.
The schooner J.B. Kitchen has loaded ten cars of feldspar, but will not have its complete cargo until Saturday, when it will clear for Charlotte.
The government dredge Sir Richard is working in the Queen Street slip. The dredge did some work in the slip last summer, but did not complete the job.
Swift's: steamer North King, down and up today; steamer Aletha from bay points; steamer Rideau Queen for Clayton, Wednesday night, and for Ottawa this morning.
M.T. company's wharf: tug Bronson will arrive from Montreal with three light barges; steamer Advance called for fuel on her way from Montreal to Fort William.
Harbor Master McGammon stated this morning that he had twice reported the derelicts below the bridge to the mayor and council, and that it was now up to it to act, as he could not have them removed without authority. These should be removed, as they will cause trouble if left in their present position.