p.2 Repairs To the Steamer Pierrepont - The steamer Pierrepont was yesterday launched from the ways of the Marine Railway, where she has been undergoing extensive repairs. A good deal of planking has been done to her bottom, as well as to other parts of her hull, both fore and aft, and also to her forward deck. Every doubtful plank, in short has been removed, and whole timbers have been put in wherever needed. Several new knees have been placed under her guards, and the old ones strengthened. The repairs are not yet fully completed, the workmen being still employed on her deck and other upper portions. These repairs, with the new sheeting, caulking, painting, etc., will make the steamer perfectly sea-worthy, and in many respects nearly as good as new.
The Schooner Rapid -The schooner Rapid, to which the accident occurred some time ago while being towed out from the harbor laden with stone for Ottawa, has been brought over from Garden Island and taken the place on the Marine Railway vacated by the steamer Pierrepont. A survey will be held on her hull, when the amount of damage done will be ascertained and repaired.
p.3 Imports - 8th - Str Bay of Quinte, Belleville - general cargo.
Str Passport, Montreal.
Tug Frances, Bedford Mills, and five barges in tow, with 185 cords wood, 200 tons iron ore, 50 bbls pork, 10 cwt scrap iron, and 15,000 ft lumber.
Clearances - 7th - Str Bay of Quinte, Belleville - gen cargo.
8th - Schr Harriet Ann, Napanee.
Schr Marco Polo, Toronto - 100 cds wood.
Str Ontario, Rochester - (mixed cargo fruit)
9th - Str Watertown, Cape Vincent - H. Harris, 2 bxs fish.
ad - Canadian Inland Steam Navigation Company - Royal Mail Through Line - lists stopping points and gives new schedule for steamers Grecian, Magnet and Champion. Nov. 9th