p.4 In an article on lake yachting Outing, of New York, remarks: "Canada, too, has a strong club in the venerable city of Kingston, noted for its good sailors. Yachting all along the Canadian shore is fashionable and consequently flourishing. What fashion approves thrives. Were it the correct thing to own a yellow dog, we would have yellow dog clubs in every hamlet, each with a waiting list a yard long."
The Burton cleared to-day for Sodus.
The steamer Algerian, from Montreal, called at Swift's wharf last night.
The steamer Persia, from Toronto, called at Craig's wharf this morning.
The steamer Parsons arrived this morning at the ferry wharf, from Charlotte, with coal.
The steambarge John Milne, Smith's Falls to Oswego, light, touched at this port this morning.
The steamer New York has been engaged for special excursions up the river every day this week. The excursion month has begun in earnest.
Arrivals to-day at Swift's wharf: Steamer Toronto, on down and up trips, steamer Rideau Queen, from Ottawa; schooners Lydon, from Charlotte, and Fabiola, from Oswego, with coal.
p.6 The New Steamer Ottawa - The new steamer Ottawa, built by the Bertram company, Toronto, for the Canada Atlantic transportation company, to carry wheat between Parry Sound, Duluth and Fort William, was taken out yesterday on her trial trip. The boat is entirely built of steel, the first of such a character ever built in Canadian waters. George Booth, Kingston, is engineer.