p.1 Deseronto Breezes - The str. Puritan has been hauled up on the marine railway for repairs.
p.3 The Conqueror Case Goes On - In the case of Donnelly vs. Ross, today, Capt. Merriman testified that the Wrecking Company permitted Mr. Donnelly to make contracts. Mr. Henshaw agreed with this testimony, but added that it was in the company's interests that these contracts were made.
Davis' Shipyard - The steamer Ida left last night for Merrickville, will return on Monday next, and be hauled out and lengthened 10 feet, receiving a new stern with a view to increased speed. This will give four new staterooms.
Offord's yacht, the Victoria, is to be lengthened four feet, being made new from amidships aft. This will improve her speed and appearance. The two boats mentioned are new. These early changes show the importance of securing good models at first.
A steamer will be built in the yard for western owners this winter. There will be plenty of work there for men this winter.
Late Marine News.
The str. A.H. Jennie, Port Rowan, has arrived with 8,710 bushels of barley for the M.T. Co. The tug Thompson arrived with two barges from Montreal, and the schr. Gaskin, from Brockville. The vessels all light.
Loading for Eilbeck's - Sloop Laura D., Kingston, 2,500 bush. barley, for Ogdensburg; steam barge Anglin, 3,000 bush. of barley for Cape Vincent; schr. Singapore, Wolfe Island and Kingston, 13,000 bushels of barley, for Oswego; sloop Minnie, Wolfe Island, 1,100 bush. of oats, for Kingston; sloop Idle Wild, Wolfe Island, 1,500 bushels barley for Kingston.