p.3 Personal Column - Capt. Knapp, Chaumont, has sold the far-famed sloop Pinafore.
Mr. Irwin Marshall will leave tomorrow for Owen Sound, and take the position of second engineer on the steamer Francis Smith.
Capt. Jas. Dix, of Garden Island, will command the schr. W.R. Taylor next season. She is laying at Sarnia, and owned by Mr. Buckley, of Buffalo.
Messrs. M. Kelly and J. Coulson, divers, of this city, have been awarded the contract of raising 140 tons of phosphate out of a barge sunk in the Ottawa River.
Incidents Of The Day - prop. Alma Monro offered for sale at St. Thomas, only $16,000 bid.
Mr. Powers, President of the Seamens' Union, will arrive in the city next week. He will revive the seamens' union, which is at present in a very weak condition.