p.1 A New Canal Record - August tonnage through Soo canal.
IN MARINE CIRCLES.
The schooner Major Ferry will clear for Sodus.
The steamer Sowards cleared for Charlotte.
The steamer Alexandria passed down yesterday.
The steamer Haddington passed up this morning.
The steambarge Waterlily laid up at Picton for repairs.
The steamer Canadian is at Belleville, loading cement.
The schooner Bertha Kalkins arrived from Oswego, with coal for the Grove Inn.
A Power Company Scheme.
An Ogdensburg despatch says: "The report is current along the frontier that the capitalists behind the Long Sault power scheme purpose buying a controlling interest in the Richelieu & Ontario Navigation company, the chief opponent of the power scheme. The steamship company desires that the rapids remain as they are in order to attract tourists. Many of the towns along the border which have been opposing the power scheme during the past year, are now advocating that the rapids be converted into cheap power, in order that Eastern Ontario may be able to cope industrially with Western Ontario, where manufacturing is flourishing, largely through obtaining cheap power from Niagara Falls.
p.5 Use Canadian Soo - down bound vessels use Canadian canal because of greater depth there.