p.1 Incidents of the Day - The yachts Gracie and Hebe, of Kingston, are in the regatta at Hamilton today.
Some of the pumping machinery for the new dry dock, manufactured by John Ingles & Sons, Toronto, has arrived.
The str. Vega left for Toronto today.
The prop. Rosedale is loading steel rails at Portsmouth for Port Arthur.
The schr. Jessie Drummond is loading ties at the K. & P. spile dock for Charlotte.
Capt. T. Craig's steamer the Swan will be dry docked tonight for a few minor repairs and a black leading.
Clearances: schrs. Eliza Fisher, Charlotte, light; Julia, Charlotte, shingles; str. Freemason and barges, Oswego, lumber.
The steambarge Freemason and two barges arrived up from Smith's Falls last night and proceeded to Oswego light to load coal.
Arrivals: sloop Murray, Trenton, bunchwood; schr. Post, Gananoque, brick; sloop Laura D., Cape Vincent, light; schr. White Oak, Charlotte, 360 tons coal.
Clearances from Portsmouth: tug H.A. Calvin and four barges, Montreal, corn; prop. J.H. Prentice, Charlotte, light; schr. Falconer, Oswego, light.
Several Kingston vessel owners condemn strongly the traffic in coal on American barges from United States ports to points on the Rideau canal or other inland waters. They claim that they are debarred from taking their vessels into American state canals and that it is only fair that the Yankees should not have that privilege on Canadian waters.
The steamer Lora is now on the route from Charlotte to the Thousand Islands. She arrived this morning at four leaving at nine o'clock. The Lora was built in 1885. She is 161 feet long and 32 feet beam. She has a four hundred horsepower engine and an average speed of fifteen miles an hour. The cabins and staterooms are handsomely furnished. The Lora is owned by George A. Buck and C.L. Stowell ?, Rochester, F.W. Wheeler, West Bay City, and John Morrow, of Cleveland. The Lora has been running between Buffalo and Cleveland.