The prop. Niagara left Garden Island today for Manistee, light, to load timber for Garden Island.
On Thursday, the prop. Myles arrived from the west with a quantity of damaged grain.
The prop. Glengarry and tow will sail in a few days for Chicago with a cargo of cement.
The schr. Julia is loading lumber for Oswego. It is consigned by the Rathbun company.
The steam yacht Joe, with W.J. Arnoldi, of Ottawa, and party on board, arrived here last evening.
Clearances: schr. Hanlan, Oswego, light; schr. Jessie Drummond, Oswego, ties; prop. Denver, Oswego, light.
The strs. Passport, from Toronto, Corsican from Montreal, and John Haggart, from Perth, called at Swift's today.
An elevator owned by the M.T. company is being caulked at Davis' dry dock. The frame of the new yacht, for Buckingham, is nearly finished.
The underwriters now own the prop. Newcomb, ashore on Lake Ontario, having paid her total loss insurance. They are ready to sell for most any price.
W.C. Fredenburgh, Westport, has engaged the services of R. Robinson, ship builder, Kingston, to rebuild his yacht on a larger model. When completed she is expected to be one of the nobbiest on the Rideau lake.