p.2 City Council - More Light Dangerous - F.D. Rees, government dock master, says that more lights would be dangerous, as it would attract children; when work is going on, all the lights are on; the Kingston Foundry, Anglin's and city water works wharves adjoining do not have lights on at night.
p.5 Marine Notes. - Schooner Kitchen will load feldspar at Richardson's tomorrow for Charlotte.
Steamer Langdon cleared this afternoon for Ogdensburg, N.Y.
p.7 Bay of Quinte Yacht Club - list of officers elected.
IN MARINE CIRCLES.
Schooner Kitchen arrived from Oswego with coal for the asylum.
Sloop Maggie L. arrived Belleville with cement for John Lemmon & Sons.
Schooners Oliver Mowat, Bertha Kalkins and Jamieson cleared this morning for Oswego.
Steambarge Navajo arrived from Napanee and is at Richardsons' loading feldspar for Sodus.
Swift's: schooner Keewatin for Sodus; steamer Belleville, down to Montreal; steamer Aletha from Bay points.
M.T. Co.: steamer J.R. Langdon from Duluth, with 56,500 bushels of wheat; tug Emerson from Montreal, five barges, will clear for Sodus Point; tug Glide from Montreal, cleared for Montreal with three grain barges.
There was a very heavy fog on the lake last night, and on this account the steamer Westmount, expected here at six o'clock last night, did not arrive until eight o'clock this morning. From six o'clock to ten o'clock the fog made navigation very difficult.
Late Mrs. Robert Davis - wife of well-known ship-builder and dry-dock owner.