July 3, 1906
The government supply boat Scout is in port.
The steamer Rideau Queen made the trip today to Washburn.
The tug Frontenac is loading withs at the railway wharf, for Garden Island.
The schooner Acacia is in port with coal from Sodus, for the locomotive works.
The steambarge Waterlily, from Picton to Montreal, with freight passed down yesterday.
The schooner W.J. Suffel is unloading coal at Bath and the W. Carter at Picton.
Richardsons' elevator: tug Nellie Reid and barge Siren, with wheat, cleared yesterday for Montreal.
The steamers North King and Kingston made the Thousand Island trip, today, the latter as far as Prescott.
The steamer Toronto made a special trip down the river. The Monday trip will now be continued throughout July and August.
The steamyacht Castanet will run excursions to Kingston, from Thousand Island points, on Tuesday, Wednesday and Saturday.
The steamer Caspian made a special Thousand Island excursion yesterday, under the auspices of the Ladies' Aid of the First Methodist church, Picton.
The steamer Alexandria passed down last night, on her first trip through trip to Quebec from Olcott, N.Y. She had about seventy-five passengers and considerable freight.
Tug Emerson with two coal-laden barges arrived from Oswego; tug cleared again with two barges for Oswego; tug Bronson to Montreal with two barges.
M.T. Co.'s elevator: steamship Fairmount from Fort William with 73,000 bushels oats and ? bushels wheat (remainer of column unreadable - damaged)