Craig's wharf: steamer Persia, from Toronto.
The steamer Toronto had about 400 passengers down this morning.
The steambarge King Ben is on the marine railway at Portsmouth for repairs.
The steamer India and consorts cleared from Garden Island for Toledo, light.
The steamer Pierrepont takes the first picnic of the season to Long Island park on Saturday.
Swift's wharf: steamer Toronto from Toronto; North King from Charlotte; Hamilton from Hamilton; Rideau Queen from Ottawa.
M.T. company elevator: tug Thomson cleared with two laden barges for Montreal; schooner Flora Carveth, from lake ports, discharged grain and cleared.
The steamer Jessie Bain will leave Kingston towards the end of this week with a party of civil engineers aboard to continue the survey of the river St. Lawrence between Kingston and Prescott.
The steamer Kingston will leave Toronto on her maiden trip on Tuesday, July 2nd, which will bring her to this port on Wednesday morning, when the ceremony of flag presentation will take place.
In The Action Of The Donnelly Wrecking Company.
Justice Ferguson gave judgement at Osgoode Hall, on Tueday, dismissing the action of $1,358 brought by the Donnelly Wrecking and Salvage company, of Kingston, against J. Turner, owner of the schooner Wave Crest, which went ashore at Point Breeze, N.Y., on Lake Ontario, on the 7th of December, 1899. Turner engaged the wrecking tug by wire for $150 per day, and a steam pump for $45 per day. The tug set out for Point Breeze, but the ice and storm prevented her from reaching her destination. After six and a half days had been consumed in this way a wire was received notifying the tug not to go, as the schooner had gone to pieces. The company then entered the claim for damages, and the owner of the boat put in a counter claim for failure of the company to keep the contract. The action was dismissed with costs, and the counter claim was dismissed without costs.