The steamers Caspian and Kingston made the river trip this morning.
The schooner Clara Youell arrived last night from Oswego with coal for J. Swift & Co.
Crawford's: schooner St. Louis from Erie with coal; schooner Suffel cleared for Sodus.
The steambarge Kenirving arrived from Smith's Falls, today, and went on the marine railway for repairs.
On her arrival from Montreal this morning, the Dundurn had thirty tons of iron cargo for the Locomotive Works.
The schooner Queen of the Lakes is at Richardsons', being fitted out with a new set of spars. It is expected the vessel will get away again about Saturday.
Next Saturday and Sunday, August 25th and 26th, the steamers Caspian and North King will take the I.O.F. excursions from Picton and Bay ports to Rochester.
M.T. Co.: S.S. Fairmount and consorts Melrose and Quebec, from Fort William, with 250,000 bushels of grain; S.S. Rosemount, with 80,000 bushels of wheat from Fort William; tug Bronson and four light barges from Montreal; S.S. Fairmount and consorts cleared for Fort William; S.S. Turret Chief from Fort William with 88,000 bushels of grain, cleared for Cleveland again to land coal for Fort William.
Broke Her Wheel - The steamer Rideau Queen was several hours late on her trip from Ottawa last night. She broke her wheel and had to remain at Smith's Falls for repairs. She left for Ottawa again this morning.
Record Pumping - A record was made in pumping out the government dry-dock yesterday, the water being all out in an hour and a half. Two boilers did the work. Had some large vessel been in the dock, to have added to her displacement, even quicker time might have been made. It is estimated the dock contains three million gallons of water, which usually takes two hours to pump out.
p.5 A Good Yacht Race - will be held on Saturday between Kingston and Gananoque yachts.