p.2 The Yachting Events - as arranged at Picton.
The steamer Cayuga, of Toronto, is in the dry dock for repairs.
The schooner W.J. Suffel has arrived from Oswego with coal for the Grove Inn.
The schooner J.B. Kitchen arrived at Richardson's today to load feldspar for Charlotte.
The steamer C.W. Cole was here today from Cape Vincent and returned with a general cargo.
Capt. Henry Daryaw, of the schooner Lizzie Metzner, is at the General Hospital, suffering from appendicitis. His vessel is at present laid up in Richardson's slip.
Men from New York are at work on the wrecked steamer Bavarian at Quebec. It is believed that temporary repairs will be made on the vessel after which she will probably be taken to New York.
Swift's: steamer Dundurn east-bound; steamer Kingston down and up; steamer Caspian from Charlotte; steamer Rideau Queen from Ottawa; schooner Clara with coal from Oswego; steamer Hamilton up last night; steamer Rideau King for Ottawa this morning.
William Penje, of Chicago, international president of the seamen's union, has been in the city the past few days on his regular tour of inspection. He reports everything as being peaceful and satisfactory with the sailors' union in Kingston.
p.3 Picton, July 24th - details of events connected with yacht regatta, Crescent Yacht Club, Trenton Yacht Club, etc. at Glen Island.
p.5 Back To His Home - Vernon Crawford, key man on the steamer Prescott, is in the city spending the day with his parents. The Prescott is lying off a trip to have her machinery overhauled.
p.8 The Yacht Taken Off - The steam yacht Say When, of Cleveland, which ran very hard on Sturgeon Bar, near Aultsville, was taken off on Tuesday afternoon by Calvin's wrecking tugs Johnston and Frontenac. The yacht is being brought to Kingston to go into the dry dock for repairs.