THE Northern Belle called here on Tuesday night on her way to the south side of Manitoulin Island.
SOLD - The propeller Wiarton Belle has been sold to Mr. Buck of Waubaushene, and is now being repaired in the dry dock here.
ASHORE - The steam barge Enterprise ran ashore in a fog near Presque'Ile on Tuesday morning. The City of Owen Sound and tug Norcross went to her relief, and released her the same evening.
THE BELLE - The Northern Belle called here on Sunday evening about 8 o'clock on her first trip from Algoma Mills, with a full load of fish and a number of passengers.
THE MANITOULIN - The propeller Manitoulin arrived down about 12 o'clock on Sunday night with a large number of passengers and a full load of freight, consisting of fresh fish, hides and sundries.
THE CITY OF OWEN SOUND - The City arrived here on her way to Duluth on Tuesday morning with a good load of cattle and miscellaneous freight, and after wooding and putting on some more cargo left the same evening.
SOME FISH - Mr. Clark, of Killarney captured thirty tons of white fish and trout in three days last week. They were shipped fresh by the Manitoulin and Northern Belle on Saturday, making in all forty-nine cases.
FURS - Mr. M. Scully arrived home on the Manitoulin, having been up twice and scoured the North Shore for the past season's catch of furs. Mr. Scully succeeded in purchasing about five thousand dollars worth from different dealers between here and Sault Ste. Marie.