The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), March 9, 1836


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p.2 Railroad - proposed between London and Hamilton, would divert trade from Welland Canal. [Hamilton Express]

p.3

Steam Boat Brockville.

Agreeably to notice, a meeting of the Stockholders was held this day at Mr. O.G. Munger's Inn, when the following persons were duly elected as managing committee for the ensuing season.

Committee

Messrs. Smith Bartlett Jr. and Stephen Benson, Belleville;

John Miller, Hallowell;

T. McNider, Kingston;

Robert Harvey, Brockville;

After which Mr. Billa Flint, Jr. was appointed treasurer.

Belleville, March 1st, 1836.

STEAM BOAT NOTICE.

At a MEETING of the Committee of the Steamer Brockville, H. Calder, Master, it was resolved, that she will commence her regular trips on the opening of the Navigation, and will leave Prescott for the head of the Bay of Quinte, on Tuesday and Friday afternoon, after the arrival of the Montreal Stages, and return, leaving the Trent and Belleville on Monday and Thursday mornings, touching at the intermediate places both up and down.

Belleville, 1st March, 1836.

KINGSTON STAVE COMPANY.

The Stockholders of the Kingston Stave Co. are hereby notified, that ten per cent on the Stock is required to be paid into the Subscriber, (the Company's Agent) on or before Monday the 14th inst. - They are at the same time apprised, that, as one of the Lists for Subscribers has been returned a few days ago (the last one out) and exhibits the stock more than taken up by £160; and that, as several of the Stockholders, in Kingston, have expressed a desire, since the formation of the Company, to relinquish their shares, there is now an opportunity for their doing so, by sending intimation of their intention to the subscriber, before the day above mentioned for the payment of the first instalment. Any past intimation given on this matter, by any shareholder, to relinquish his stock is not considered binding. Should more stock be given up than the £160 subscribed for over the Company's Capital, those continuing to hold stock, can have an opportunity of increasing the amount for which they may have originally subscribed; and any desirous of doing so will please give notice before Monday next to

A. Cameron

Agent K.S.F. Company

Kingston 9th March 1836


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Date of Original:
March 9, 1836
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KN.4896
Language of Item:
English
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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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British Whig (Kingston, ON), March 9, 1836