p.5 Incidents of the Day - The steamer Tagona passed up yesterday.
IN MARINE CIRCLES.
The steamer Sowards cleared for Charlotte.
The schooner Ford River is in Davis' dry dock.
The steambarge John Randall cleared for Oswego.
The schooner schooner Cornelia cleared from Collins Bay for Sodus.
The steamer Dundurn was up Sunday from Montreal to Hamilton.
The steamer Caspian made her trip from Charlotte to river points on Sunday.
The steambarge Navajo passed up on her way to Oswego with a cargo of lumber.
The steamers Pellatt and Mapleton passed up and the steamers Rosedale and Ames down.
Three government boats, looking after supplies in this district, are in port, the Prescott, Reserve and the Otonabee.
The steamer New Island Wanderer was towed up from the islands by the America and will undergo some slight repairs.
The steamer America had a big excursion out of Ogdensburg among the islands on Sunday, composed of members of the Royal Arcanum, of Montreal. The America arrived back in Kingston at five o'clock on Monday morning in time to go on her regular route to the Cape.
TO LEASE THE DRY DOCK.
The department of public works of the dominion government is calling for tenders for the lease of the Kingston graving dock for a period of twenty-one years. Tenders are to be in on October 11th.
For several years there have been complaints by vessel owners and the Marine Underwriters' Association that the Kingston dock has not the necessary facilities for repairs. Sometimes a vessel is detained from three to seven hours longer than it might if there was a well equipped repair department in connection with the dock. In view of these complaints the public works' department has been led to offer the dock for lease. It is thought that either the Canadian Locomotive Works company or the Collingwood Shipbuilding company will get it.