p.1 A Chart Wanted - city council to ask gov't for chart of harbour showing shoals - they sounded it some years ago.
The Late J. Inglis - long-time purser on str. Myles.
Remarkable Record - The most remarkable arrival record is that of the str. St. Nicholas, Captain William Williams, master. The steamer arrived Jan. 1st, 1885, from Toronto and cleared Jan. 3rd; arrived again Jan. 13th and cleared Jan. 17th; arrived again Feb. 13th and cleared Feb. 17th. Of sailing craft the record of the Ella Murton, arrived Jan. 16th, 1890, cleared Jan. 17th, is the best. There was one small fish boat which arrived later, but it is not recorded. The arrivals and clearances of Captain Williams have been handsomely framed and will be hung up at the custom house. The same thing has been done with the arrival and clearance of the Ella Murton. [Oswego Times]
The Kathleen for sale March 18, 1890 by the Deputy Marshall of the Maritime Court of Ontario #68 as a result of the decision in the case of The Canadian Locomotive and Engine Company (Ldt) vs the Kathleen, the sale to take place at the court house. Screw steamer 385.78 tons gross, 212.15 registered tons, built 1888 at Kingston with a low pressure triple expansion engine, 37 horse power.
For Sale or Charter - the tug Easton and 60 large barges; apply for particulars to Hiram Easton, owner, Merrickville, Ont. or to S.T. Easton, Agent, ? Canal Basin, Ottawa. Can be seen at Canal Basin.
ad - Kingston Foundry & Machine Works, Marine Engineers, Boilers, and Steam engines of all kinds. Mill work and general castings. Manufacturers of the well known "Kingston" propeller wheel. Repairs promptly attended to. H.A. Calvin & R.C. Carter, Trustees or owners. Phone #260, J.H. Taylor, manager.