LEAVE MAY 14TH.
The Chicora Is Out Of Dry Dock.
The steamer Chicora, undergoing extensive repairs in the government dry dock, has been removed from there to one of the opposite slips. Several gangs of men are busy at work on her and it is expected that she will be finished by Saturday, May 14th, as the management want her to leave for Toronto on that date. The repairs for her boiler and machinery have not yet been finished. The boat is being repainted her original colors throughout and will leave Kingston looking like a new boat.
The tug St. Paul, dredge Sir Richard and a mud scow are in dry dock undergoing
examination and repair.
Craig's wharf: steamer Alexandria up tonight.
Swift's wharf: steamer Spartan due up tonight.
The steamer Victoria, of Rockport, is at the Kingston foundry wharf.
The steambarge John Milne cleared for Oswego to load coal for Smith's Falls.
The steambarge King Ben, now owned by the Richardsons, is awaiting a new boiler.
The steamer America is being got ready for the beginning of her season on May 23rd.
Richardsons' elevator: steambarge John Milne, from Washburn, with oats; schooner Granger, from Howe Island with oats.
The steambarge Arctic cleared from Deseronto for Alexandria Bay. This will be her route. She will carry half as much more as the steambarge Nile.
M.T. company elevator: tug Hall from Montreal with one light barge and cleared down with three, grain and coal laden; tug Thomson from Charlotte with two coal laden barges.
The steamyacht being built for William Gokey, of Brooklyn, N.Y., by Davis & Sons, is the best craft of its size ever turned out here. The cost is $5,000. The yacht will be ready by June 1st.
Personal Mention - Capt. Clapp, of the Chicora, wife and daughter, were in the city yesterday. Capt. Clapp will remain until his boat leaves for Toronto.
p.6 Fishery Appointments - list of men and the areas of Frontenac they will cover.