p.2 The Coasting Trade - about violations of laws regulating navigation and coasting trade of U.S. [N.Y. Herald]
p.3 The Wreck of the Steamer Whitehall - The steamer Berthier has returned again to the wreck of the steamer Whitehall sunk near Newboro, on the Rideau. She left here on Monday night with Mr. Donnelly, the wrecker of Messrs. Calvin & Breck, and one of the steam pumps of the firm. It is expected that she will be raised this week.
-Excursion - on str. Berthier, owned by Mr. McNaughton of Montreal, to go fishing.
-The Sunken Barge - Capt. Courienne, Marine Inspector of British American Insurance Co. and Mr. Brokenshire left for the Morrisburg canal to try to raise the barge Resolution, with 1 large and 2 small pumps of Mr. Brokenshire's.
-Police Court - a ship carpenter was arrested for not supporting his wife; he agreed to pay $1 a week for her support in a separate home.
-The Late Captain Hurst - his loss grieved by Masons.