p.8 Incidents Of The Day - The schr. Grantham will likely be towed this season. Six carpenters will commence to repair her on Monday.
The barges of the M.T. Co. are being overhauled, and a large gang of men has been employed to do the work.
H. Milligan has gone to St. Catharines. He will remain there two weeks, then proceed to Tober Murray (sic - Tobermory), Georgian Bay, and commence fitting out the schr. Sylvester Neelon for the summer trade.
Capt. Forgie has disposed of a half interest in the steamer Olive, of Smith's Falls, to Mr. Findlay.
A Deputation For Ottawa - Today Messrs. Muckleston, G. Richardson, L.B. Spencer and Capt. Gaskin , of the board of trade, left for Ottawa to interview the government in regard to the establishment of an examining warehouse here and the advisability of removing or better marking the shoals in the harbour. Deputations will be met at Ottawa from Montreal and other places, representing various boards of trade, and the government sounded on the canal toll question.