The barge McCarthy was launched today after two days repairs.
The str. Nile and barge Isis passed here today with lumber for Deseronto.
The tug Hall with seven barges, grain laden, leaves tonight for Montreal.
The schr. Julia cleared last evening, light, for Oswego. She will load there with coal.
The prop. Alma Munro lightened 8,000 bushels wheat today from Chicago and proceeded to Montreal.
Yesterday afternoon the prop. Veronica, on a shoal for several days, was released after being lightened.
The str. Armenia is busy carrying hydraulic cement for the works in connection with the enlargement of the St. Lawrence canal.
Capt. F.M. Anderson, Mexico, takes command of the str. Geneva laid up at Oswego. After fitting out the first trip of the Geneva will be to Sodus Bay.
It was the intention of the Richelieu & Ontario navigation company to compound the engines of the str. Corsican, but the order has been countermanded.
The Minnedosa and Kildonan will be here tomorrow from Duluth with grain in tow of the tug Thompson and after lightening will leave for Montreal.
The trial trip of the str. Islander took place yesterday and showed that she is in good shape for the summer season. Every thing about her is as neat as a new pin.
Clearances: str. Veronica, Charlotte, light; schr. Kate Eccles, Belleville, light; sloop Reno, Clayton, light; schr. Picton, Deseronto, light; schr. Julia, Picton, light.
Arrivals: tug Hall and six barges, Montreal, light; tug J.A. Walker with schrs. Glenora and Gaskin in tow, Port Arthur, wheat; schr. Eliza White, Sodus Point, 300 tons coal.
May 25, 1891