Craig's wharf: steamer Alexandria down this evening.
Swift's wharf: steamers Corsican down; Rideau Queen cleared for Ottawa.
The schooner Clara Youell, from Oswego with coal, is at the Grove Inn wharf.
M.T. company wharf: tug Bronson cleared light for Montreal; schooner Highland Beauty with oats from Consecon.
The steamyacht Isaak Walton, built for John Walker, Pittsburgh, Pa., by Davis & Sons, was shipped on Saturday to Muskoka.
The schooner Marianette is in Davis' dry dock for the week, to be extensively repaired. The steam-yacht Nokomis, owned by Mr. Nichols, of New York, enters next.
The fifty-five foot steamyacht Isleway, built by Davis & Sons for the Isleway Fish and Game Club, of Montreal, was launched today. On Thursday two of the club's representatives will come to Kingston for the trial trip after which the yacht will clear for Montreal.
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The schooner Grantham is to be hauled tomorrow on the marine railway at Portsmouth for repairs.