p.1 Can Go Through - Albany, Aug. 7th - U.S. Acting Secretary of State Adee has sent word from Washington to Governor Hughes that the Canadian government has granted permission for the former Spanish gunboat, Sandoval, to pass through Canadian waters on condition that the passage is affected without armament and that the vessel is used solely as a training ship. The Sandoval, captured during the Spanish-American war, was presented some months ago by the federal government to New York state to be turned over to the Rochester division of the naval military as a training school.
The schooner Acacia is at Garden Island, undergoing slight repairs.
The schooner Cornelia, from Oswego, is unloading coal at the cotton mill.
The schooner Mitchell has arrived from Sodus, with coal for the locomotive works.
There was a blank sheet at Richardson's today, no arrivals or departures being reported.
The steamer Tecumseh has unloaded its cargo of timber at Garden Island, and cleared for Cleveland.
Richard Cunningham of Chicago has accepted a position as second mate on the schooner J.B. Kitchen.
M.T. company: The tug Bronson cleared for Montreal with two grain barges; the steamer Glenmount passed on her way from Sydney, Cape Breton, to Fort William, with a cargo of iron; the steamer Westmount and barge Ungava will arrive tonight from Fort William, with grain.
Swift's: The steamer Dundee down today; the steamer Hamilton up Tuesday night; the steamer Toronto up Tuesday afternoon; the steamer Kingston down Wednesday morning; the steamer Picton down Wednesday; the steamer Caspian down Wednesday; the schooner Clara cleared for Sodus, to load coal.
Late Marine News.
The sloop Granger has arrived here with a cargo of cement from Belleville, for John Lemmon & Sons.
The sloop Maggie L. has arrived from bay ports, with grain for Richardsons'.
The schooner Bertha Kalkins cleared for Oswego to load coal for the electric light works.
The schooner J.B. Kitchen is at Richardsons' loading feldspar for Charlotte.