p.2 When Will Ice Go - navigation still tied up.
Had A Jolly Time - at farewell smoker of masters and mates.
IN MARINE CIRCLES
Capt. H. Peters, of Halifax, has arrived in the city to take charge of the steamer Glenmount. First Mate Atkinson, of St. Catharines, has also arrived in the city.
Luke Mallen, master of the tug Bartlett, has arrived in the city from Cardinal.
Capt. James Grant is here to go as mate on the steamer Simla.
Capt. Roach, of the steamer Rosemount, is expected to arrive from Nottawa on Sunday.
Within a week the work of wrecking the steamer Sharples on Galloup Island shoal will begin.
Capt. L. Whalen, of this city, will command the new steamer A. McNaughton, built of steel, plying on Lake Athabaska.
May Secure Yacht Crescent - from Crescent Yacht Club by 3 men.
Work On Quarantine Boat - The work on the government quarantine boat Polana is being rushed as speedily as possible now to get it finished. The boiler has been installed and the cabins are rapidly assuming shape. It is somewhat slower constructing a steel boat than a wooden one on account of the tedious work of riveting, but the men are rushing the work with all possible speed.