p.2 Prospects of Kingston - an editorial in reply to one which appeared in Chronicle of August 2nd entitled "present condition and future prospects of Kingston" - about shipping, etc. (2 columns).
- letter to editor - thinks ferries to Wolfe Island and Cape Vincent should be improved, as well as the road across Wolfe Island; signed A.C. (Angus Cameron ?) (1 1/2 columns)
NEWS MARINE LIST.
Port of Kingston - Arrived.
July 31- Sch. Emerald, Toronto, 359 bbls flour, 8 hhds hides, 8 bls calf skins; Canada, Saltfleet, 79 pcs. oak; Ontario, Port Dalhousie, 8875 pipe staves.
Aug. 1 - Sch. Carrier Dove, St. Catherines, 414 bbls flour, Anne Jane Brown, Port Hope, 609 bbls flour, 3 ashes; Alicia Ann, Twenty-mile Creek, 250 bbls flour; Wm. Penn, Port Dover, 44 pcs. timber, 1480 W.I. staves.
Aug. 2 - Sch. Ida, Colchester, 7400 pipe staves; Louisa, Chatham, 1000 do; Scioto, Cleveland, 1200 bls flour; Martha Freme, do., 889 flour, 48 tons coal; St. Lawrence, do, 1245 bls flour, 39 pork; Cambridge, Monroe, 5371 standard staves, 5879 W.I. do.; brig Ansel R. Cobb, Cleveland, 17,767 gross stand. staves, 215 lbs cheese, 12 bbls flour; sch. Albion, Rond Eau, 7000 staves; Spy, Cobourg, 134 bbls flour; Mayflower, Clear Creek, 5000 staves; Telegraph, Port Dalhousie, 6097 staves, 5 boxes clocks; Briton, Presque Isle, 843 bus wheat, 91 bls flour.
Aug. 4 - Str. Prince of Wales, Bay Quinte, 4 bls potash, 9 kegs butter; prop. Beagle, Humber, 921 bls flour, 2 ashes, 3406 lbs bran; sch. Rose, 10,000 staves; Lord Seaton, Port Dalhousie, 97 pcs oak.
Aug. 5 - Sch. Shannon, Peach Island, 9750 pipe staves; Minerva Cook, Thirty-mile Creek, timber; Hannah, Cobourg, 125 bbls flour; Fancy, Toronto, 250 bls flour, 2 pork; Gen. Brock, Thirty-mile Creek, 120 pcs oak; str. Canada, Maitland, 9 bags & 10 bbls oatmeal, 2 bbls barley.
Aug. 6 - Str. Prince of Wales, Bay Quinte, 19 bbls potash, 16 flour; sch. Caledonia, 10250 staves.
Garden Island, 31st July, 1845.
Capt. John McIntyre,
Dear Sir: - We beg to return to you our sincere thanks for the prompt and efficient service rendered to the schooner William Penn, when she grounded yesterday, on the small "shoal," a Rock lying between Long and Snake Islands; and at the same time, as large schooner owners, we cannot but avail ourselves of this opportunity of expressing to you the correct views you entertain of the importance of adding to the safety of the Lake Navigation by recommending the building and placing of additional lighthouses and buoys; and in none is this more necessarily required than one on the shoal or rock mentioned above. Many schooners have been grounded and some have been wrecked upon it, and this too within a few miles or Kingston, the foot of Lake Navigation.
Wishing you that prosperity and success which your meritorious and enlightened conduct entitle you to,
Yours very respectfully,
Calvin, Cook & Co.
Sabbath School Excursion - on 19th to Jones Falls on steamer Prince Albert, ticket prices etc.