p.3 This day the fine steam boats Great Britain and United States commence their fall arrangement of making only one trip each round the lake, per week. See advertisement.
The heavy gale of Thursday sen'night, tested the seaworthiness of those excellent steam boats, the St. George and Commodore Barrie. A card of thanks from the passengers of the latter to Capt. Sinclair, is inserted in some of the provincial papers.
Arrangements For The End Of the Season.
GREAT BRITAIN & UNITED STATES,
The Great Britain,
Capt. J. Whitney,
Leaves Prescott, Tuesday evening,
Brockville, " "
Kingston, Wednesday noon,
Oswego, " evening,
Cobourg, Thursday morning,
Port Hope, " "
Toronto, Friday morning, and arrives at Niagara same morning.
Leaves Niagara, Saturday, 4 P.M.
Toronto, " evening,
Port Hope, Sunday morning,
Cobourg, " "
Oswego, Sunday evening,
Kingston, Monday morning,
Brockville, Monday noon, and arrives at Prescott, Monday afternoon.
The United States,
Capt. J. Van Cleve.
Leaves Ogdensburg, 8 Saturday evening.
Kingston, Sunday 7 A.M.
Sacket's Harbor, Sunday, 1 P.M.
Oswego, Sunday, 10 P.M.
Rochester, Monday, 8 A.M.
Toronto, " 9 in the evening, and arrives at Lewiston on Tuesday morning early.
Leaves Lewiston, Tuesday 7 P.M.
Rochester Wednesday, 8 A.M.
Oswego, Wednesday, 6 afternoon.
Sacket's Harbor, Wednesday 12 at night,
Kingston, Thursday, 7 in the morning, and arrives at Ogdensburgh in the afternoon.