p.2 City Council - communications - Captain Daryaw complaining re. Cataraqui swing bridge that it is not opened as it should be, and that it does not show lights.
The steambarge Navajo has arrived at Emerald with coal from Oswego.
The schooner Jamieson cleared today for Oswego to load coal for Anglin's.
The schooner Tradewind arrived from Oswego today with coal for Sowards.
The steamer Davidson is on the way from Chicago with a cargo of corn for Richardsons
The schooner Kitchen will be towed to Oswego by the steamer City of New York, and will load coal for Cobourg.
Swift's: steamer Belleville up tonight; steamer Dundurn down today; steamer Aletha down and up today; schooner Cornelia cleared for Sodus to load coal.
The government boat Speedy and tugs Sir John and Hercules arrived here today with the dredge Industry, on the way to Toronto harbor, where the dredge, which is a most powerful one, will work.
M.T. Co.'s elevator: The steamer Iroquois arrived from Fort William with 102,000 bushels of wheat; the steamer Stormount, from Fort William, with 98,000 bushels of wheat; the steamer Westmount, from Fort William, with 94,000 bushels of wheat.
p.5 Wolfe Island Council - Nov. 2nd - Resolved that the following steamboat accounts be paid:
James Crawford, 1 month, captain, $50; R. Mullin, 1 month, engineer, $66.66; James Davis, 31 days, mate, $41.31; E. Walker, 31 days, fireman, $36.16; John Crawford, 31 days, deckhand, $20.66; R. Keil, 31 days, deckhand, $20.66; Mrs. Davis, 31 days, cook, $20.66; G. Keegan, 31 days, purser, $31; Jackson Press, printing tickets, $6.08; Wm. Watts, 2 1/2 days, extra deck hand, $3.13; James Davis, jr., 1 1/2 days, $1.88; E. Walker, 1 day, $1.25; Mrs. Rawley, washing, $2.40; G. Keegan, 756 meals, $90.72; James Swift & Co., coal, October, $193.43; Canadian Freeman, printing, $8; McKelvey & Birch, $11.45; St. Lawrence Ice company, account, $4.50; Mrs. J. Davis, account, $3.15; H.S. Shannon, extra deck hand, 75 cents; W. Taylor, blacksmithing, $1.90; steamer Wolfe Islander, for rent of dock in Kingston, paid by Wolfe Islander, should have been paid by township, $50.