p.3 Gananoque, Oct. 29th - ....The steamer Missisquoi makes her last trip of the season to Kingston, today, after she will be tied up at Rockport for the winter.
BREAK AT CORNWALL CANAL.
Owing to a break in the Cornwall canal, Friday, vessels on their way to Kingston were delayed. According to the report received in marine circles here, the trouble was caused by a portion of the canal bank being washed away. Early last evening, a report was received which stated that the water in the canal had been lowered, that the necessary repairs had been completed, and that it was expected that vessels could be put through the locks during the night.
M.T. Co.'s elevator: steamer Canadian, from Fort William, discharged into store, 76,000 bushels of wheat, cleared for Fort William; steamer Simla from Fort William, lightered 5,000 bushels of wheat, cleared for Montreal; steamer Gordon from Fort William, grain laden, expected during the day, and steamers Rosemount and Mapleton, grain laden, are also expected to arrive during the day.
Owing to the break in the Cornwall canal, the steamer Alexandria was unable to make her trip up on Friday night. She may be up tonight. Last night a telegram was received, stating that the vessel was tied up, and that she would be a day late reaching this port.
The steambarge Navajo cleared for Oswego, and will load coal for Amherst Island.
The barge St. Louis, which was held up by the severe storm, was able to clear for Oswego last night.
The steamer Arabian passed up Friday night.
The schooner Mary Ann Lydon cleared for Charlotte with feldspar.
Swift's wharf: steamer Britannic up last night; steamer Aletha down, from bay ports today.