p.1 Steambarge Ashore - Tobermory, Ont., June 19th - During a heavy fog yesterday the steamer Wyoming, of Bay City, ran ashore on Civic Island. She is still on the rocks, but it is expected the steamer Jones, which has been sent for, will release her.
The schooner Tradewind cleared for Toronto with lumber.
Richardsons' elevator: schooner Monitor from bay ports.
Swift's wharf: steamer Toronto from Toronto; steamer Rideau Queen from Ottawa.
The new R. & O. steamer Kingston expected here this week will not be down the river until about the end of the month.
The schooner Acacia, which left Oswego last Friday, arrived at Crawford's wharf this morning. She had to seek shelter during Saturday's storm, and since then the wind was so light that the schooner could make little headway.
In trying to make Swift & company's wharf this morning the steamer Corsican ran into the government dry dock so dense was the fog that the pilot could not see the harbor front. By the aid of a pike pole, the steamer was able to feel her way down to Swift's wharf.
Delayed by the Fog - The steamer Toronto was nearly four hours late in arriving on her east-bound trip this morning. The heavy fog which hung over the harbor kept the big steamer at anchor off Nine Mile Point until the sun burst forth shortly before eight o'clock. Aboard the steamer was a distinguished party, comprising Lady Minto and family. There was also a large passenger list.
p.4 Amateur Sport - in trial races off Chicago, yacht Minota from Toronto had brush with Illinois, the prospective Canada's Cup defender.
- Kingston Yacht Club - all the old directers will act for another year.
- Canada cup challenger's races likely to be postponed.
p.6 The steamer Persia, from Toronto, called at Craig's wharf this morning.
The schooner Maggie L., laden with pulp wood, cleared for Dexter, N.Y.
The schooner Falconer clears this evening for Charlotte.