p.2 Fell Down Hatchway - Daniel Brown, steward on steamer Beaverton, fell down hatch, and was injured.
IN MARINE CIRCLES
The schooner Ford River is at Richardson's wharf, loading feldspar.
The schooner Julia B. Merrill cleared for Oswego.
The schooner Abbie L. Andrews cleared for Charlotte.
The steamers Toiler, Donnacona and Simla passed down.
The sloop Ariadne arrived from the Rideau canal, with a cargo of wood for the Kingston Brick company.
M.T. Co.'s elevator: steamer Hamiltonian from Fort William, discharging a full cargo of wheat and barley; steamer Turret Cape, grain-laden from Fort William, is due to discharge on Friday; tug Bartlett is due tonight from Port Colborne with the barges Augustus and Melrose, grain-laden for Montreal; tug Bronson cleared for Montreal with three grain-laden barges; tug Thomson due this afternoon with three light barges from Montreal; steamer Rosemount passed down Thursday morning with grain from Port Colborne, for Montreal.
The schooner Abbie L. Andrews cleared for Charlotte and the steamer Jeska cleared for Charlotte.
The steamer Rideau King cleared for Ottawa on Thursday morning. She makes three more trips before going into winter quarters. The steamer Buena Vista will continue the run.
The steamer Kingston was down and up on Thursday.
The steamer Dundurn was due eastbound on Thursday afternoon.
The steamer Majestic went east on Thursday morning.
Not Captain Saunders
Captain Joseph Saunders of Cape Vincent desired to correct a report appearing in the St. Lawrence river news some time ago to the effect that he was in charge of the steamer Olcott which ran on a shoal near Thousand Island Park. Captain Saunders states that he was up at the canal bringing a steamer to Montreal at the time. Obviously he could not have run the steamer on the shoal near Thousand Island Park. Evidently there was a mix-up in names of captains.
p.10 The Welland First - more important grain route than the Georgian Bay canal. [Toronto Globe]