p.1 Gill Nets Seized - Port Stanley, Ont., May 12th - Capt. Dunn, of the Dominion government cruiser Petrel seized 118 gill nets being illegally used in Canadian waters in Lake Erie. The nets were confiscated and sold.
Craig's wharf: steamer Ocean up.
Swift's wharf: steamer Rideau King cleared for Ottawa.
The steamer Chicora was to clear for Toronto this afternoon.
Richardsons' elevator: schooners Laura D. and Maggie L. from bay ports with grain.
Anglin's wharf: schooner Two Brothers, Oswego, with coal; sloop Volunteer with cargo of lumber.
M.T. company wharf: schooner Metzner from Consecon with barley; tug Thomson from Fairhaven with two coal-laden barges and cleared for Charlotte with one light barge; tug Glide cleared with two laden barges for Montreal.
p.5 Incidents of the Day - The steambarge Bothnia went into the government drydock this morning for repairs.
The steamer Chicora left today for her trial trip. She made a very fine sight as she steamed out of the harbor resplendent in a fresh coat of paint and with a new set of flags flying from her mast-heads. Capt. Clapp was on the bridge, Benjamin Folger, Jr., manager of Niagara Navigation company, and Capt. Hinckley also being on board. The boat will touch at Cape Vincent and take on a supply of coal there. She will then return to Kingston, leaving here on Saturday for Toronto.
p.8 It Was Burned - C.P.R. elevator at Fort William, capacity 750,000 bushels; - built 1888; steamers Newmount and Neebing had to be moved for protection.