p.2 The Detroit Advertiser says that the Brig Ocean is about to take her departure from Detroit, via the Welland Canal and the River St. Lawrence, for the West Indies.
NEWS MARINE LIST.
Port of Kingston - Arrived.
May 22 - Sch. Queen Victoria, Port Dalhousie, 102 pcs. oak timber.
May 23 - Sch. Perry, Humber, 900 bbls. flour; John Malcolm, Goderich, 4164 bus. wheat, 133 bbls. ashes, 25 do pork, 1000 ft. cabinet lumber; Canada, Oakville, 90 pcs. oak timber; Mohawk, Cayuga, 9768 pipe staves; Merchant Miller, St. Catherines, 1209 bbls. flour, 23 do pork, 19 do beef 2 kegs lard.
May 24 - Sch. W.H. Merritt, Catfish Creek, 20,000 W.I. staves; Gen. Brock, Oakville, 100 pcs. W. oak timber.
May 26 - Sch. Sovereign, Hamilton, 1517 bbls. flour, 80 casks whisky; Minerva Cook, Stoney Creek, 12,807 staves; Mayflower, Wellington, 2700 bus. peas; Jessie Woods, Oshawa, 929 bbls. flour; Hannah Counter, Port Credit, 172 pcs. oak; Lord Nelson, Bowmanville, 728 bbls. flour; Propeller Beagle, Humber, 1050 bbls. flour, 3 do ashes; Sch. Chief Justice Robinson, Hamilton, 1438 bbls. flour, 2 do ashes, 5 do whisky; Telegraph, 676 bbls. flour, 91 do ashes, 65 do whisky; Britannia, Port Credit, 546 bbls. flour, 485 bus. wheat; Bark Grampus, Hamilton, timber.
May 27 - Sch. Robert Peel, Hamilton, 652 bbls. flour, 17 do ashes, 20 do whisky; Thames, Hamilton, 1177 bbls. flour, 15 do whisky; Sophia, Port Sarnia, 46 bbls. ashes, 502 bus. wheat, 8000 staves, 4 cases; Lady Bagot, Rond Eau, 5435 bus. wheat, 4 hhds. tobacco; Niagara, Port Ryerse, 975 bbls. flour, 2000 staves; Amity, Port Hope, 766 bbls. flour.
May 28 - Sch. Gen. Wolfe, Port Dover, 1253 bbls. flour, 12 do ashes; Sarnia, Cleveland, 114 bales hemp, 41,134 lbs, 850 staves; Nile, Cobourg, 450 bbls. flour, 45 do grass seed, 8 do pork, 18 do hams; Louise, Chatham, 4022 bus. wheat, 80 bbls. ashes, 130 do flour; Elizabeth, Goderich, 2380 bus. wheat, 12 hhds. pork, 70 do flour; Scotia, Cayuga, 9174 staves.
WOLFE ISLAND FERRY.
Will ply Every Day, during the open season, between Kingston and Wolfe Island, touching at Garden Island, as follows: - leaves Kingston - 1st trip, 6 o'clock, A.M.; 2nd trip, 11 o'clock, A.M.; 3rd trip, 4 1/2 o'clock, P.M.;
Leaves Wolfe Island - 1st trip, 7 o'clock, A.M.; 2nd trip, 12 1/2 o'clock, P.M.; 3rd trip, 5 1/2 o'clock, P.M.;
On Sundays - Leaves Kingston - 1st trip, 6 o'clock, A.M.; 2nd trip, 10 o'clock, A.M.; 3rd trip, 2 o'clock, P.M.; 4th trip, 4 1/2 o'clock, P.M.; Leaves Wolfe Island - 1st trip, 7 o'clock, A.M.; 2nd trip, 12 o'clock, M.; 3rd trip, 3 1/2 o'clock, P.M.; 4th trip, 5 1/2 o'clock, P.M.
Fare - For Passengers to and from Wolfe Island, with privilege of returning same day, 1s. 3d., Double Wagon, and Span of Horses, 5 s., Single Horse Wagon, 3s., Horses each, 1s. 3d., Oxen and Cows, 1s., Calves, 3d., Hogs, 3d., Sheep, 2d.
Horses and Carriages will be in readiness to convey Passengers across the Island, or for pleasure.
Kingston, May 17th, 1845.
All persons are hereby forbid Ferrying across between Wolfe Island and Kingston, on pain of prosecution.
J. & G. IVES.
LIGHT HOUSE SUPPLIES - Tenders called for supplying 3,500 gallons of winter pressed sperm oil, for use of light houses on Lakes Ontario and Erie. (details) Board of Works, May 20th