p.5 The Yacht Brought Back -
The str. D.D. Calvin and tow, with timber, arrived at Garden Island yesterday.
The prop. Tilley and schrs. Jessie Breck, Gulnair and St. Louis, have arrived from Duluth with grain.
The str. Corinthian did not reach here until 8:30 last evening. She was detained on Coteau Lake by dense smoke caused by bush fires.
The schr. B.W. Folger has arrived at Cape Vincent with 210 tons of iron ore, the first instalment of 5,000 tons to be shipped to New York by rail. Messrs. J. Murphy, H. McAvey, F. Brown, and J. Duncan, left today to unload the schooner.
Clearances - schr. P. Bennett, Oswego, 148,809 feet of lumber.
Arrivals - props. Alma Munro, Chicago, 4,802 bushels of wheat; Myles, Duluth, 30,000 bushels of wheat; Clinton, Duluth, 17,000 bushels of wheat; schrs. Grimsby, Duluth, 23,325 bushels of wheat; British Queen, Charlotte, 197 tons coal; Singapore, Oswego, 364 tons coal; St. Louis, Duluth, 23,300 bushels of wheat; Picton, Oswego, 269 tons coal; Gulnair, Duluth, 22,900 bushels wheat; I.H. Breck (sic - J.H. Breck ?), Duluth, 22,500 bushels wheat.