p.5 He Went And Did It - James B. Stewart, engineer on Hero, got married.
The schr. W.R. Taylor is at Garden Island with timber from Traverse City.
W. Byers, of Gananoque, intends selling the yacht Minnie A. She has a good record.
The Richelieu & Ontario Navigation company has issued the $500,000 of bonds authorized by the Dominion legislature.
The schr. White Oak, Capt. Dix, arrived in Oswego yesterday at 5 o'clock, unloaded lumber, took on 400 tons of coal, and reached here at 5 o'clock this morning. The business was done in twenty-four hours, very quick time.
Arrivals: prop. Lake Michigan, Toledo, 7,249 bush. corn; prop. Canada, Duluth, 1,861 bush. wheat; schr. P. Bennett, Oswego, 178 tons coal; schr. White Oak, Oswego, 360 tons coal; schr. A.M. Foster, Oswego, 156 tons coal; schr. B.W. Folger, Oswego, 206 tons coal; schr. C. Gearing, Oswego,160 tons coal.
Clearances: schr. Augusta, Duluth, light; prop. Dominion, Duluth, light; sloop Lorraine, Cape Vincent, 1,800 ties.
Capt. Green, of the prop. Lake Michigan, in port, hailing from Toledo, claims to be the victim of international jealousy. He ran into the harbour of Toledo on Monday, with colors flying, and proudly blowing his steam whistle. Upon landing he was arrested by an Irish policeman for violating the steam-whistle ordinance. The next morning Capt. Green was fined the costs in the police court. He claims that his arrest was in retaliation for indignities offered American vessel men in Canadian waters, and is inclined to be hot over what may be an "international episode."