p.2 After Lighthouse Supplies - The steamer Saturn, from the upper lakes, which reached port yesterday, left at seven o'clock last evening for Montreal. She will there take on a cargo of lighthouse supplies, and start on her return trip to Kingston. On the way up she will supply each lighthouse - and there are quite a number of them - between Montreal and the limestone city. When she reaches here she will take on more supplies and continue her voyage up the lakes. Inspector Harty will go on board the vessel at Montreal, and accompany her on the upward trip.
The steamer Myles cleared for Windsor.
The schooner Acacia cleared to-day for Oswego.
The schooner Kate is receiving repairs in Davis' dry dock.
The tug Hall arrived from Montreal with three light barges.
The schooner Two Brothers, coal laden from Oswego, is at Anglin & Sons wharf, unloading.
Inspector Thompson inspected the machinery and boiler of the steamer Rideau Queen to-day.
The schooner Macdonald cleared last night for Oswego after receiving a new centreboard at Davis' dry dock.
W.C. Macdonald and staff of 7 or 8 young men will leave tomorrow for Sorel to go on board the R. & O. steamer Spartan. Mr. Macdonald will go on board as steward on this boat for the season.