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A large fleet of vessels is expected at Portsmouth in a few days.
The barge Water Lily is loading pavement stone for Ottawa.
The schr. Hyderabad has been loaded at Eilbeck's wharf with 7,000 bush. of wheat and 8,000 bush. of peas.
The schr. Craftsman, owned by Lewis & Sons, left Oswego yesterday with a cargo of coal for Hamilton.
Capt. J.D. Estes, commanding the steamer Ontario at Charlotte, is doing a fine business with the craft.
Donnelly & Son have sent Joseph Malifunt, diver, to Deseronto to do work on the bottom of the steamer Puritan.
The steambarge Enterprise and consorts, with timber from Serpent River, have reached Collinsby. The tug Metamora and barges, from Marquette, are passing the Welland Canal with lumber for Kingston.
The steamer Hazelton while en route here yesterday from Oswego broke down out in the lake and drifted about until the engineer made the necessary repairs. Fortunately the water in the lake was not greatly agitated.
Arrivals - schr. Annie Falconer, Charlotte, 389 tons coal; prop. Acadia, Duluth, 5,500 bush. wheat; prop. Cuba, Cleveland, 7,000 bush. corn.
Cleared - steambarge R. Anglin, Ottawa, stone; steambarge Idle Wild, Deseronto, grain; tug McArthur, Oswego, light; schr. Philo Bennett, Bay of Quinte, light.
A Trip On Steam Yacht Dot -
The Consul Will Send Them Home - The cargo of the str. Oconto was only valued at $60,000. The press correspondents drew largely on their imagination when they fixed it at $500,000. The craft was insured for $15,000. It is probable that the Donnellys will examine the boat and make an offer to rescue her. A dozen of the sailors on the craft have arrived in the city and placed themselves under the protection of the United States Consul. If they cannot ship on vessels the consul will send them home under the law for the protection of American seamen abroad. The sailors saved little of their effects.