p.3 It Would Not Be Accepted - A short time ago the schr. A. Foster arrived with a cargo of coal, 107 tons, for the Asylum, from Fair Haven. She had been chartered by Mr. Downey, of Napanee, who had the contract of supplying the institution with fuel. The coal did not come to hand according to contract and it was refused. It has now been disposed of to a Belleville business. The schooner cleared today.
Richardson & Son are raising and replanking their dock.
The schr. Blanche is discharging coal at Gunn's wharf for the str. Hero.
The schr. H. Dudley has been chartered to carry barley from Gananoque to Oswego.
Calvin & Son's twelfth raft left Garden Island last evening in tow of the Hiram A. Calvin.
The schr. King cleared for Toledo yesterday. She loads oak timber for Garden Island.
The schr. B.W. Folger passed down the river last evening from Oswego with coal for Gananoque.
The prop. Myles arrived from Duluth for the M.T. Co. today with 30,000 bush. wheat.
The White Oak has arrived from Oswego with coal for Crawford and Swift. She left Oswego at noon yesterday and reached Nine Mile Point at 6 p.m.
The tug Easton, of Ottawa, while towing up two barges laden with lumber to Kingston last evening, from Brewer's Mills, broke her wheel. The tug Edmund was despatched to her relief today.