p.2 Fell Off Steamer - William Dunn, Bagot street, aged about 24, watchman on steamer North King for 20 years, fell overboard near Trenton and drowned.
p.3 Gananoque, Aug. 1st - The big steel freighter Dunelm, of Sunderland, Montreal to Fort William, up, unloaded a big consignment of shovel steel for the D.F. Jones Rolling Mills, yesterday afternoon. The big steel freighter Corunna, of the Inland Lakes line, was in port yesterday afternoon, and took on a large consignment of bolts from the Canada Bolt and Nut company, billed for Winnipeg.
IN MARINE CIRCLES.
The schooner Mary Ann Lydon is loading feldspar at Richardsons.
Dominion government lighthouse boat Simcoe is at Crawford's on her way to Brockville.
The steamer Seguin called at the dry dock, on Sunday, and took on a pilot for Montreal.
Folger's: steamer America is running an excursion from Clayton to Iroquois today; steamer Pierrepont on the Cape route.
The steamer Hecla, of Ogdensburg, which ran ashore at Oak Point, Wolfe Island, a few days ago, was not injured. It passed upu on Sunday for Oswego with a light barge.
M.T. Co.: steamer Westmount arrived with 72,000 bushels of wheat, from Fort William; tug Bronson arrived light from Cape Vincent; tug Emerson cleared for Montreal with three grain barges; tug Bartlett cleared for Lake Erie with barge Quebec.
Swift & Co.: steamers Kingston with Caspian down and up yesterday; steamer Dundurn down; steamer Belleville up; steamer Beaverton called yesterday on her way west; steamer Rideau King cleared for Ottawa this morning; schooner Keewatin expected from Oswego with coal.
July Grain Shipments.
Grain sent forward from Kingston to Montreal as reported at canal office, during July amounted to 1,250,899 bushels. The total grain shipments from May 1st to August 1st, has been 6,207,988 bushels. The July coal shipments here totalled 1,233 tons.
p.6 Enlarged Welland Canal - called for by Toronto Board of Trade.