p.1 General Paragraphs - A.G. Cuthbert, son of the late Capt. Cuthbert, Trenton, is in the city. He is a yacht designer and builder. He purposes removing shortly to a larger place.
The prop. Niagara from Chicago is discharging grain at Portsmouth.
Arrivals: str. Corinthian, Toronto; str. Ocean, Montreal.
The barge Colborne left Davis' dry dock this morning; she was caulked.
The schr. Eliza Fisher will next load lumber at Trenton for Cape Vincent.
The damage done by the prop. Algonquin to the G.T.R. dock will not exceed fifty dollars.
The str. Corinthian arrived safely from Toronto this morning. She weathered a heavy gale.
The schr. Norway is still at Garden Island, unable to get over to the dry dock on account of the heavy sea.
The tugs Beaver and North King took Connolly Bros.' dredging plant to St. Johns, N.B. On the way two scows broke away and were lost.
Clearances: tug Active, Montreal, three barges; str. Omaha, Chicago, light; sloop John A., Seeley's Bay, lumber; sloop Lia, Wolfe Island, lumber and salt.
p.2 Prince Edward Pointers - South Marysburgh, Sept. 14th - The schr. Acacia was lying at Waupoos during the whole of last week....George Dulmage, who since the opening of navigation has been mate of the Acacia, has returned....