p.1 Latest News - George O'Hara, fireman on the steamer City of Windsor, was picked up insensible on the street at the Soo and died in the hospital. It is not known how he was injured.
IN MARINE CIRCLES.
The grain traffic from Fort William to Kingston is about over. The steamers Fairmount and Kinmount were expected to arrive at the M.T. Co.'s elevator to discharge during the day, and besides these there are just two steamers to come down from Fort William, the steamer Canadian and the steamer Stormount. When those two arrive, the season will be wound up, so far as the trade from Fort William is concerned.
The M.T. Co. have a half million bushels of grain to ship to Montreal in barges, before the close of the season.
M.T. Co.'s bulletin: tug Bartlett due tonight, with barge Ungava, with wheat, from Port Colborne to discharge here; tug Bronson from Cape Vincent, light, after bringing barge Harrison up, loaded with pulpwood.
The government boat Speedy has arrived in port, and has been placed in winter quarters at Crawford's slip.
The steamer Windsor is at Oswego loading coal for Montreal.
The tug Emerson arrived from Montreal with two light barges and cleared with the barge Hamilton for Oswego to load coal for Montreal.
The steamer Alexandria was at Folger's wharf, last night, from Montreal on her last trip of the season. The vessel had a big cargo of freight.
The steamer Jacques was in port today, on her way to Fort William, with package freight.
The steamer Cardinal and barge are loading grain at Richardsons' elevator for Cardinal.
Swift's wharf: steamer C.A. Jacques called last night on her way up; steamer Aletha down and up today.
Steamer Port Colborne cleared for Oswego last night after discharging a cargo of 130,000 bushels of oats from Fort William.
Barge Aberdeen cleared from the Cereal elevator, today, with a cargo of oats for Montreal.