(Chronicle Vol. 28 No. 89; News Vol. 8 No. 2)
FORWARDING and TOWAGE,
The Subscribers will be prepared on the opening of the Navigation to contract for the forwarding of flour and produce of every description, and to tow transient barges on the route between Kingston and Montreal, at such rates as they hope will ensure them employment. Their steamers and barges being new and in perfect order, they trust to give satisfaction in the performance of all contracts they may enter into.
An opportunity will thus occur to enable owners of schooners or other vessels on the Lakes of not greater than 95 feet in length and 19 feet beam, to engage their cargoes for Montreal, the steamers being of sufficient power to return them to this port laden with up freight.
JOHN IVES & Co.
Kingston, 7th April, 1847.
THE ROYAL MAIL LINE
Will leave Toronto for Kingston, touching at Cobourg every day (Sundays excepted) at one o'clock, P.M. precisely, until the 10th of September; and from the 10th of September to the close of the season, at 12 o'clock, noon, precisely.
Will leave Kingston for Toronto every afternoon (Sundays excepted) at five o'clock, precisely.
Royal Mail Office, Toronto, June 9, 1847.
BAY OF QUINTE.
The Splendid and Commodious Steamer
Capt. John Berry,
Will leave Belleville for Kingston, every Monday, Wednesday and Friday afternoons at half past 3 o'clock, touching at the intermediate ports.
Leaves E. Browne & Co.'s Wharf, Kingston, for Belleville, every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday afternoons at 5 o'clock, or immediately after the arrival of the Montreal line of Steamers; thereby forming a direct line of communication between that City and the Bay of Quinte.
The above Steamer is fitted up in a superior manner, with State Rooms, and every attention paid to the comfort and accommodation of Passengers.
Belleville, 21st June, 1847.