READY NEXT WEEK.
Gasoline launches are beginning to appear.
The steamer Donnelly is being fitted out at the water works dock.
The schooner Bertha Kalkins will clear for Oswego today for coal for Sowards.
The steamer St. Joseph is still on the drydock but clears tonight for Charlotte.
The steamer Cuba cleared this morning for Belleville to load cement for the Soulanges canal.
The first raft of timber from the Calvin company, Garden Island, leaves today for Quebec en route to England.
The steambarge Navajo made her trial trip of the season around the harbor Friday afternoon, and will be ready for business next week.
The steambarge St. Joseph will clear today for Oswego to take on a cargo of coal for Toronto. The vessel has been undergoing some repairs.
M.T. Co.: Tug Mary P. Hall with two barges cleared for Charlotte for coal; steamer Bothnia cleared for Oswego for Montreal; tug Glide cleared for Montreal with three grain barges.
The Late Robert McLeod - engineer for Rathbun company of Deseronto and locomotive works; became engineer for government dry dock.