p.1 Latest News - The steamer Metamora of the Midland wrecking fleet was burned to the water's edge in the Shawanaga Bay.
No arrivals or departures were reported at Richardsons' or the M.T. Co. today.
The scow Mary Louise arrived from river points with a cargo of wood for Wolfe Island.
The sloop Laura D. arrived from Simcoe Island, with oats for the Kingston Milling company.
The tug Edmund and scow Columbia arrived from Rideau river points, Tuesday afternoon, for freight.
The steamer America left, Wednesday morning, for Clayton, to run an excursion among the islands, for a party of Boston people.
Swift's: steamers Arabian up today; Hamilton up today; Toronto down and up on her last trip yesterday; Aletha from bay ports today; schooner Clara from Oswego with coal.
Mr. Lee, of the North American Wrecking company, the firm which is endeavoring to raise the S.S. Bavarian, denies that she is broken in two and that she is likely to be abandoned. He further states that she is being cut in two, and good progress is being made. When this is accomplished she will be drawn up on the beach, after which she will be placed in the dry dock, where a survey will be made. If it is found feasible to make temporary repairs, to warrant her being taken to New York for permanent refitting, the same will be made.
p.8 Pith of the News - A new steamer, destined for the lake-carrying trade, has arrived in Montreal from Dundee. She is the G.R. Cole, and was built for Great Britain for the St. Lawrence and Chicago Navigation company, for the grain-carrying trade.