The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Upper Canada Herald (Kingston, ON), July 23, 1839


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(from P.A.C. microfilm N-9628; B-2513 is the same)

p.2 Persons engaged in the Lake and River navigation are directed to the notice of the Ship Chandlery Warehouse just opened by the Messrs. Ives, in Water Street. It is the only establishment of the kind in the province, and was very much wanted, as persons fitting out vessels have had to go to Oswego for that purpose. They can now be supplied in Kingston with every article they may require, on reasonable terms.

p.3

A CARD.

Messrs. Ives, owners of the steamer Queenston, beg leave to return their thanks to Captain Sherriff, of the Steamer Sir James Kempt, for voluntarily hauling off the Queenston, when on ground in the Bay of Quintie, during last week.

Kingston, 23d July, 1839.

Ship Chandlery

WAREHOUSE.

The Subscribers respectfully inform the Public, that they have lately opened in Water Street, near the Marine Railway, a Warehouse for the sale of all Goods and articles connected with

Steam Boat, Schooner, Durham Boat,

and Canal navigation; among which the following are recommended for especial notice, viz.

PATENT CORDAGE

Manilla and Tarred, various sizes, 200 Coils.

Bolt Rope, 2 a 4 inch, and Manilla and

TARRED HAWSERS,

Patent Bush Blocks, various sizes,

Buoys and Buoy Ropes,

Brass and Wood heavy Weathe and Light Compasses, & Tell Tales; Boat Compasses,

Signal and Binnacle

Lamps and Lanterns,

Day and Night Telescopes, and Spy Glasses, and Quadrants,

Brass and Japanned Speaking Trumpets,

Hour Glasses, half minute and quarter minute do.;

Bleached Canvas, various numbers, and Ducks,

Deep Sea Lines,

Hand Lines, Log Lines, and Log Reels,

Leads and Lead Lines, Marline, Houseline, Hambro Lines, Spun Yarn and Packing Yarn,

Sewing Twine, and Bolt Rope do.

Caulking Irons,

Mallets and Marline Spikes,

Serving Mallets, Serving Boards and Fidds,

Hoops, Hanks, Trucks, Bull's Eyes,

Hearts, Hooks, Thimbles and Grummets,

Palms, Sail Hooks, Sail Thimbles and Needles,

BUNTING,

Various colours, and Signal Halliards,

Dead Eyes, Pump Boxes, Deck Lights, Dead Lights and Ship Axes,

Also

Paints, Pitch, Tar, Rosin, Bright Varnish,

Turpentine and Oakum, two Tons.

Sea Stores of all Kinds.

Life Preservers, India Rubber and Oil Cloth,

Clothing,

Tarpaulin Hats and South Western.

LUMBER MERCHANTS

Can always be supplied with Manilla and Tarred Hawsers.

J. & G. Ives.

Kingston, July, 1839.

H. & S. JONES,

Forwarders of Merchandise, etc.,

from Montreal to Kingston via the Ottawa River and Rideau Canal: Produce, etc. from Kingston to Montreal, via the St. Lawrence.

The subscribers are now prepared with new and good Barges, manned by careful and experienced men, to forward as above, and pledge their personal exertions to give satisfaction.

H. Jones & Co., Montreal.

H. & S. Jones, Kingston & Brockville.

Kingston, May, 1839.

Wanted Immediately - To assist in building a Schooner of 200 Tons, a few Good Shipwrights. Apply to LEWIS IVES, Builder.

Kingston, July 23, 1839.


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Date of Original:
July 23, 1839
Local identifier:
KN.3382
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
Rick Neilson
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Public domain: Copyright has expired according to the applicable Canadian or American laws. No restrictions on use.
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Upper Canada Herald (Kingston, ON), July 23, 1839