IN MARINE CIRCLES.
The tug Emerson arrived from Cape Vincent with two light barges.
The tug James Reid and barge passed up on their way to Sarnia.
The steamers Dunellum and Seguin passed down today, and the steamer Rosedale passed up.
The steamer Ames passed up yesterday, and cleared for Belleville, to load cement for Fort William.
The M.T. Co.'s barge Nadine went on the government dry-dock today. The barge Winnipeg left the dock yesterday.
The steamer Rosemount will arrive at the M.T. Co.'s elevator from Chicago on Saturday. She is loaded with wheat.
The steamer Algonquin arrived at Richardsons' elevator from Fort William with 75,000 bushels of wheat and oats.
The barge Maggie was towed to Richardsons' elevator, with the balance of the damaged grain off the steamer Glengarry.
The schooner Mary Ann Lydon was unable to clear last night, for Charlotte, owing to a lack of feldspar. Ten more cars were expected today, and the schooner will probably be able to get away on Friday night.
Motor Boat Races Held By Yacht Club -
Port Hope, Ont., Aug. 26th - Messrs. McMahon Bros., while out overhauling their nets, found the spar of a schooner afloat in the lake about two and a half miles south of west from Port Hope Harbor. About four feet of the butt end of the spar stood out of the water and the stick had the saddle and thumb cleats attached. It is supposed to be one of the spars of the schooner Emerald, which has not been heard of for some four years - though nothing is known of her wreck.
The McMahon Bros. towed the stick about half a mile with their launch, but dropped it because it was so heavy. It is probable that considerable of the rigging is still attached to the lower end. Capt. T.W. Clarke, of the life boat service, went out to further investigate.
Long At The Helm - Niagara Falls, Aug. 26th - Capt. Richard F. Carter has been in command of Maid of the Mist for 25 years.