Steamer Kingston Baseball Club.
The following is a list of the officers of the steamer Kingston baseball team, which accepted the challenge from its rivals on the steamer Toronto, for the annual game, on the 20th. This game is for the championship of the whole north shore, and also for a silver cup donated by Mr. McGarr, Montreal, and a pennant donated by the custom officials of Toronto: Honorary president, Captain E. Booth; honorary vice-president, I.D. Johnston; president, H.J. Hickey; first vice-president, J.J. Conlin; second vice-president, C. Blake; manager, E.D. Masterson; captain, W.G. Hazlett; medical advisor, D. Jordan, B.A., M.D.; coach, A. Mulvey; scorer, J. McGuire; mascot, A. McKay.
DEATH OF MARTIN CLAYTON.
Martin Clayton, Kingston's veteran ship carpenter, residing at 137 Bagot street, died on Friday afternoon, after an illness extending over eleven months. The late Mr. Clayton was born in Ireland, and came to Kingston when very young. When a youth he learned the trade of ship carpenter and was regarded as one of the best in Canada. He served his apprenticeship with John Counter. He worked at various places, going as far as Cleveland and Sandusky. Four or five years ago he built a tug at Farran's Point and two years ago constructed one at Cornwall.
Mr. Clayton was a liberal in politics, one of the real old-time liberals, who were party men because they believed in liberal principles. He was a warm-hearted Irishman, and a member of the Y.I.C.B.A. He was also a member of the Ship carpenter's Union.
Mr. Clayton is survived by his wife, one daughter, Miss May, at home, and two sons, Henry, in Montreal, and Frank in Chicago. The funeral is to take place to St. Mary's Cathedral on Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock.
IN MARINE CIRCLES.
The steamer Missisquoi was up from Gananoque today.
The government steamer Scout was in port over night.
Schooner Keewatin arrived from Oswego for the penitentiary.
The steamer Alexandria was at Folger's wharf, on Friday night, from Montreal.
The steamer St. Louis is at the penitentiary wharf, loading stone for Cobourg.
The government boat Reserve and consort Parry Sound were in port today. They are working in this district.
Swift's: steamer Brittanic cleared for Montreal; steamer Toronto down and up; steamer Aletha from bay ports; steamer Belleville up; steamer Rideau King for Ottawa; steamer City of Ottawa up from Montreal to Chicago; steamer Dundurn down; steamer Caspian down Sunday.
M.T. Co.: The steamer Westmount and barge Ungava, unloading grain, cleared for Fort William; the tug Thomson cleared for Montreal with four grain barges; tug Emerson arrived from Lake Erie with two coal-laden barges, and cleared for Montreal with one grain barge also in tow.
Daily Standard, June 18, 1910
The schooner W.J. Suffel is loading stone at Howe Island for Cobourg.
The schr. Keewatin is at the Penitentiary with coal from Oswego.
The schr. St. Louis is loading stone at the Penitentiary for Cobourg.
The Government steamer Reserve and crane boat Nipissing arrived in port yesterday, to do some work at the gas buoys, light houses and spar buoys in this harbor and up at the Brothers.
The steamer Missisquoi was up from Gananoque and Rockport today.
M.T. Co. arrivals - The str. Westmount and consort Ungava discharged 150,000 bushels of wheat; tug Emerson from Montreal, with two light barges. Cleared - Tug Emerson for Lake Erie with two barges laden with pulp wood. Steamer Westmount and Ungava for Fort William.
p.2 Gananoque, June 18th - ....The steamer Brittanic called here both going east and west. The schooner Horace Taber is in with coal for Taylor & Green.
p.5 Local News Notes - The str. Glenmount is expected on Monday with 35,000 bushels of wheat and 65,000 bushels of oats from Fort William.
Swift & Co. arrivals - str. Toronto down; Belleville up, and Britannic from Montreal. Steamyacht Virginia from Alex. Bay; schr. Keewatin cleared for Oswego yesterday for coal.
p.8 The New Steamer at Ogdensburg - The citizens and civic officials of Ogdensburg were tendered a complimentary excursion up the river on the R. & O.'s new steamer Rochester, Thursday afternoon. During the trip Mayor John Hannan presented the boat, on behalf of the Maple Leaf city, with a handsome silk flag, suitably inscribed.