p.1 In Toronto Capt. Bongard, steamer Caspian, pleaded "guilty" to selling liquor and paid a fine of $75 and costs. Capt. Jarrell, skipper of the North King, pleaded "not guilty" and was remanded.
Richardsons' elevator: steambarge John Milne from bay ports.
M.T. company elevator: tug Thomson cleared for Charlotte.
The schooner Kate cleared from Swift's wharf with coal for Round Island.
Swift's wharf: steamers Toronto down and up; Rideau Queen from Ottawa; Hamilton for Montreal tonight.
Craig's wharf: steamer Melbourne from Montreal.
The steamer Kingston makes her last trip of the season today and tomorrow.
The steamer America will be laid up this evening.
Tomorrow the steamer St. Lawrence completes her season's trips among the Thousand Islands.
The steamer New Island Wanderer has been running under high pressure during the past two days. The spindle of her independent pump broke. Repairs will be made tomorrow.
Collided With The Tower - During the early hours of this morning excitement prevailed for a time in Kingston harbor. A stiff wind was blowing and a heavy sea was running. The tug Jessie Hall was coming into the harbor with a tow of barges. Suddenly one of them broke away, and before she could be secured was driven heavily against the old tower. The crash was distinctly heard for a considerable distance. The boat, however, survived the shock, and was soon secured. The steamer Toronto, just leaving port at the time, had some difficulty in avoiding a collision with the runaway barge. In her effort to save herself from harm, the Toronto came very near colliding with the tower.
The Finest Pleasure Cruise Of The Season.
The palace steamer Rideau Queen will sail, at the latter end of September through the St. Lawrence and Ottawa rivers and Rideau lakes and river, running all the rapids and making one of the most delightful trips that can be had anywhere in the world. Limited to forty people, only $25.00 for one week's enjoyment. This includes meals and berth. Applications to be received before the 16th inst. Apply to Jas. Swift & Co., or J.P. Hanley.