p.2 Resurrected Steamyacht's Wheel - Capt. Thomas Clancy, who keeps constant vigil at Swift's wharf, was lucky in fishing up with his pike pole a brass screw wheel lost off the steamyacht Edith, as she approached the wharf early last September. The wheel will bring a good reward. Stories have been told of the exploits of the man with a hoe, but the latest subject for the spring poets is about the man with the pike pole.
Navigation Open - Between Kingston and Cape Vincent, until further notice steamer Pierrepont will leave Kingston at 9 a.m., connecting with New York Central train from Cape Vincent at 1 p.m., return to Kingston about 3 p.m. daily (except Sunday).
The steamer Aletha will likely leave for Bay of Quinte ports next Tuesday.
The steamer Islander, rebuilt during the winter, will be floated out of Davis' drydock on Saturday.
The steamer Hamilton will make her first trip to Montreal on April 29th, leaving Toronto on the evening of that day.
Workmen have begun fitting out the steamer Donnelly. They began today making repairs and getting the craft ready for the opening of navigation.
The steamer Nicholls, which wintered in the slip at the foot of Clarence street, is ready for commission. As soon as the ice leaves the harbor, she will clear for Oswego to load coal.
The crew of the tug Dauntless arrived today from Ogdensburg to fit out that craft for the season's business. During the winter she underwent extensive repairs at Portsmouth.
Capt. Elliott, Lindsay, has been pushing work on the Crandella repairs, and the new hull is caulked and painted. The craft will slide into the water as soon as the hull is surveyed by Inspector Davis, of Kingston.
The steamer New Island Wanderer will be ready for the Cape route next week.
Capt. O'Hagan, Picton, is here to fit out the schooner Eliza White, which he purchased from Capt. Oliver.
The steamer Rideau King, which lay in the lock at Jones Falls during the winter, has been thoroughly rebuilt, and is now fitted with all the modern conveniences and appliances.