p.2 Yachting Events - regatta committee presents schedule for summer.
The pleasure yacht Maissonneuve arrived in port, last evening, from down the river.
The sloop Mary Louise is here, taking on a general cargo for Rideau canal points.
M.T. Co.: The tug Mary arrived from Montreal with two light barges and cleared for Montreal with three grain barges.
The steamer Omaha has arrived from Chicago with 50,000 bushels of corn, and will clear today for Toledo to load coal for Chicago.
The steamer Caspian made a most successful trial trip around the harbor, today, and will be put into commission at once. The steamer has been fitted out in fine style.
Swift's: steamers Kingston down and up today; Hamilton, west yesterday afternoon; Dundurn east yesterday; Picton west today; Rideau King for Ottawa this morning.
The barge Cornwall, released from the rocks above Smith's Island, was towed to Kingston by the steamer Donnelly, and is now at the locomotive works, being unloaded of the cargo of soft coal. The barge will undergo repairs afterwards.
The steamyacht George H., on Thursday morning, towed the steamer Brockville, of Brockville, from Anglin's Bay to the Kingston foundry, where she will have a new set of tubes placed in her boilers. On Monday next the steamer will resume its run from Brockville down the river.
p.7 Gananoque, June 20th - The coal schooner Tradewind cleared for Oswego yesterday morning.
p.8 A Popular Start - The steamship Turbinia has been placed successfully upon the route from Hamilton and Toronto, to Lewiston, making a speedy trip across the lake. Besides being commodious, and the fastest boat on these waters, she has been elegantly fitted up, and can take even a great crowd with comfort. The manager, Alfred Goodearle, is making an undoubted success of his mission to turn the ill-luck of the boat in the earning line into prosperity. The managers of the rival Niagara lines are Kingstonians.