IN MARINE CIRCLES.
The steamer Midland Queen passed up on Wednesday.
The barge Recruit, of Toronto, went into the Davis dry dock today.
The steamer City of New York will clear for Oswego, and load coal for Whitby.
Barge John Gaskin left the Kingston dry dock yesterday after receiving repairs.
Schooner Julia B. Merrill loaded coal at Oswego, today, and will leave for Cobourg.
The steamer Rolph and barge Locke cleared for Sodus, and will load coal for Toronto. The schooner Charley Marshall and the barge St. Louis are in Oswego, loading coal for Cobourg.
The steamer Sowards will clear tonight for Oswego, and if the weather is favorable, will tow the barge A.D. loaded with pulpwood.
The steamer St. Joe, of Oswego, owned by the Ontario and Western Coal company, is laid up at Oswego, and is undergoing extensive repairs.
The steamer Kinmount, grain laden, is due at the Montreal Transportation company's elevator on Friday, and the steamer Kinmount is due on Saturday.
The steambarge Navajo cleared today for Amherst Island, to unload the balance of her cargo of coal, and will clear for Hamilton, to load pig iron for Kingston.
M.T. Co.'s elevator: tug Emerson from Montreal, three light barges, cleared for Montreal, three grain barges; steamer Advance, grain laden, from Fort William, is due to arrive tonight.
Swift's wharf: steamer Midland Queen coaled at Swift's, yesterday, on her way to Hamilton; steamer Aletha managed to get away, yesterday, from the wharf, and went up the bay; steamer Dundurn is due up today.
p.5 May Have Been Drowned - Norwegian Capt. L. Niklassen of str. Dronning Maud, at foot of Lachine Canal.
p.8 Incidents of the Day - The steamer City of Hamilton passed on her way from Montreal to Detroit.