p.1 Boat Runs Sault Rapids - 60 foot gasoline boat Priscilla ran up through the South Sault rapids under Capt. George Fleming, because of break in Cornwall canal.
p.2 Glorious Outings - Can Be Had From the Port of Kingston - on Lake Ontario & Bay of Quinte Navigation Co. - a trip on North King described; Capt. John Jarrell, engineer Alexander Milne, stewart Henry Wemp, purser S.E. Thompson, helped by K. Spangenberg of Belleville, first officer T.A. Nicholson, second officer F. Trousdale, chef Charles Hoselton, baggageman W. Davidson. (full column)
The schooner Acacia cleared for Oswego.
The schooner Trade Wind cleared for Oswego.
The government boat, Reserve, came up from down the river yesterday.
The steamer Alexandria was at Folger's last night on its up trip.
The schooner Mary Lydon arrived from Oswego with coal for R. Crawford.
The steamer Missisquoi carried a large number of people from river points to the city yesterday.
The tug Bartlett will arrive from Toronto with two light barges for the M.T. Co., and clear for Oswego light.
The C.P.R. boat, the Assiniboia, commenced on its new run today, between Owen Sound and Fort William. The Assiniboia is 348 feet long, with 43 feet 6 inches beam, 26 feet 9 inches in depth, and has a speed of fourteen knots.
It is stated that the steamer Arundell will not be able to leave the government dry dock until Thursday at least. There is considerable work to be done to the vessel, and it is being rushed along. The steamer is losing practically a whole month's work, as a result of the accident, and one of the best months at that. Today, July 4th, the steamer would have been very busy with excursions down the river, and all the month would have been very busy. The Arundell ran aground on June 18th, and was released on the 29th of the month.