p.1 Gananoque, May 26th - Capt. George Hammond's popular steamer Stranger, of Kingston, which has during the season been doing a good business with passengers and freight between Gananoque and the Limestone City, met with a mishap on Monday evening, about dusk, on her return with full limit of passengers from Kingston's Victoria day celebration. She ran full length on a shoal near the head of St. John's Island, rendering it necessary to send a boat ashore to telephone for the Wolfe Islander to come down from Kingston to pull her off. This was successfully accomplished after three hours delay, Gananoque being finally reached at 11:45 p.m. No material damage was, however, done to the boat....
The coal schooner Britton (Briton) cleared, light, for Oswego this morning, for another cargo of coal for the Scranton Coal company.
The steamer Regina called yesterday afternoon on her way east.
The steambarge Navajo cleared from Richardsons' elevator for Quebec, today, with a cargo of oats and rye.
The steambarges Kenirving and John Randall arrived from Oswego, coal laden, and cleared for Smith's Falls.
Swift's: tug Nellie Reid, from Montreal, coaled; steamer Dundurn up tonight; steamer Aletha from bay ports.
The steamer Jeska, which has been undergoing some repairs at Davis' dry dock, will clear tonight for Oswego to load coal.
M.T. Co.'s elevator: The steamer Kinmount arrived from Fort William, 75,000 bushels of wheat, with barge Hamilton, 65,000 bushels of wheat; tug Mary P. Hall cleared for Montreal with three grain barges.
Lake Ontario & Bay of Quinte Steamboat Co., Limited.
"STR. NORTH KING"
1000 Islands - Kingston Rochester.
Commencing May 30th, Steamer leaves for 1000 Islands, Alexandria Bay and Gananoque at 10:15 A.M. on Sundays. Returning leaves at 5 P.M. for Rochester, N.Y., calling at Bay of Quinte ports.
Str. Aletha leaves for Bay of Quinte ports at 3 P.M. daily except Sunday.
Full information from: J.P. Hanley
E.E. Horsey, General Manager, Kingston C.S. Kirkpatrick, Agents, Kingston