p.2 - The large yacht Jacqueline sailed around the harbour this afternoon, in friendly contest with the Emma.
James Swift & Co.'s wharf - strs. Kincardine, from Trenton; Picton, from Trenton; Spartan from Hamilton; Norseman, from Charlotte; Algerian, from Montreal.
A. Gunn & Co.'s wharf - str. Queen, from Gananoque.
Holcomb & Stewart's wharf - barges Star No. 1, 21,800 bush. corn; Eagle, 21,300 bush. wheat; Robin, 17,100 bush. corn; Star No. 2, 14,400 bush. wheat; Linnet, 16,240 bush. corn; and Hawk, 12,600 bush. corn and wheat departed for Montreal. The schr. Jennie Matthews is being discharged of 24,105 bush. corn the largest load ever discharged at Kingston.
Toronto Correspondence - The Foam - The loss of the Foam and her unfortunate crew, the tidings of which was telegraphed to the News, has cast a gloom over the city and the greatest sympathy is felt for the relations and friends of the young gentlemen who met with so untimely an end. This, with the many other serious accidents which have happened in connection with boating on the lake, we trust will be a warning to the young men of our city, who on Sundays and public holidays show such a desire for aquatic sports.
p.3 The Foam Disaster - Two Bodies Recovered
Niagara, July 21st - The bodies of two of the victims of the Foam disaster were found this morning on the American shore, about four miles from this place, one dressed entirely, the other with nothing on but a shirt. Both are dark complexioned. The Coroner has been notified and an inquest will be held immediately.