p.1 Want To Buy It - stated in Toronto that the G.T.R. wants Northern Navigation Co. "The company was formed in 1899 by the consolidation of the business of the Great Western Transit company and the business of the North Shore Navigation company, both of which operated on the Georgian Bay. The head office of the concern is in Collingwood."
The steamer Myles, storm-bound, cleared for Fort William.
Three government dredges are awaiting entry to the drydock.
Craig's wharf: steamer Waterlily down; Melbourne and Niagara up.
The Canadian government steamer Scout was in port today. She is on her autumn trip picking up the buoys.
The big oil steamer Toledo will likely leave the government dry dock tomorrow, and clear for the coast.
M.T. company wharf: steamer Bothnia from Montreal with Welsh coal for Toronto; steamer Glengarry and consort cleared for Toronto with Welsh coal; tug Bronson cleared down with three grain-laden barges.
IS SHE SAFE?
Fears Are Entertained For The Bannockburn.
The M.T. company S.S. Bannockburn, laden with 95,000 bushels of wheat for Midland, which left Port Arthur last Friday and was due to arrive at Sault Ste. Marie Saturday, has failed to arrive. Stormy weather has prevailed on Lake Superior and it is feared by some that she may have foundered. The crew of the Bannockburn are all Canadians, most of them residing in Kingston; the captain is George Woods, of Port Dalhousie.
Mr. Henderson, inside manager of the company, was asked this afternoon if any further tidings had been received. He replied that there had not, but the company was not feeling at all worried. Snow storms may have thrown her off her course. The Bannockburn has withstood worse weather before, and may turn up alright.