Repairs to the tugs Thistle and Dey in Davis' drydock were completed to-day.
The steambarge Alberta, from Montreal, called at Craig's wharf this morning.
The steambarge Nile called at this port this morning on its way to Deseronto.
The tug Thomson cleared this morning for Charlotte with three barges to load coal.
The schooner Burton cleared this morning for Gananoque with coal. She remainded in the harbor yesterday.
The steamyacht Naiad, receiving repairs at Davis' ship-yard, clears tomorrow for Stella to lay up for the season.
The steamer Glengarry and consort Dunmore arrived at the M.T. company elevator to-day from Chicago with 65,000 bushels of grain.
The steamer Hero did not go to Picton yesterday afternoon, but remained at Swift's wharf out of the storm. She left this afternoon on her regular trip.
At Swift's wharf to-day: Steamer Toronto on down and up trips; steamers Algerian, from Hamilton; Hamilton from Montreal tonight; James Swift from Ottawa.
The steamer Rideau Queen is now on her last trip of the season. On her arrival from Ottawa tomorrow night she will be stripped of her regalia, and go into winter quarters. Perhaps no other steamer in these waters has had as successful a season as the Queen.
p.5 Incidents of the Day - The schooner Helen, from bay ports with grain, arrived at Richardsons' elevator this afternoon.
p.6 Stewart's Body Found - Port Huron, Mich., Sept. 21st - Charles A. Stewart drowned off steamer Windsor, buried at Sarnia.