The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), Jan. 5, 1847


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STEAMER BROCKVILLE.

The Stockholders of the Steamer Brockville are hereby notified, that a Dividend of Two Pounds per share is now payable by

JAMES FRASER, Treasurer.

Kingston, 29th December, 1846.

FORWARDING NOTICE.

1847.

On the Opening of the Navigation, next Spring, the undersigned will charge the following Rates of Freight between Montreal & Kingston:

UPWARDS

Pig Iron, Brick, Coal, Salted Fish,

Pitch, Tar, and Rosin. 1s. 0d. per cwt.

Bar Iron 1s 3d. "

Heavy Hardware, Groceries, Crockery,

Rod, Hoop, Sheet Iron and Boiler Plate 1s. 6d. "

Dry Goods, Glass, Powder. 2s. 0d. "

Salt, in bags or barrels per bag or bbl. 1s. 6d. "

DOWNWARDS

Flour, per barrel 1s. 6d.

Pork and Beef, per barrel 2s. 3d.

Tobacco, per hhd. 10s. 0d.

Butter and Lard per keg 0s. 9d.

Wheat and other grain per 60 lbs. 0s. 6d.

Other property in proportion.

Insurance extra.

MACPHERSON, CRANE & Co.

HOOKER, HOLTON & Co.

H. JONES & Co.

Montreal, Dec. 11th, 1846.

TIMBER ISLAND.

Notice is hereby given, that in future, all persons found cutting Wood or otherwise trespassing thereon, will be prosecuted as the law directs.

J. SWETMAN.

Light House, False Ducks, Dec. 1st, 1846.

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NEW RAILWAY.

The Subscribers would intimate to Forwarders and Owners of Propellers, Barges, etc. that they have leased the Railway at Portsmouth, from the Marine Railway Company, and are now ready for hauling out and repairing Barges, etc.; and by moderate charges and strict attention to Business, hope to merit a share of public patronage.

p.R. & B. BEAUPRE.

Portsmouth, C.W., May 28th, 1846.

SHIP CHANDLER'S STOCK AND BUSINESS.

FOR SALE.

The Subscriber offers for private sale, his Stock in Trade, etc., consisting of all Materials necessary for the carrying on of a Ship Chandler's Business, the fitting out and use of Vessels, etc. The Stock etc., to be taken at a valuation, and the terms of payment made very easy. The Business is well situated, being in the very best part of the Town, and the Lease of the House and Shop will be sold with the Stock.

The above opportunity is one rarely to be met with; as the Establishment is the only one of the kind in Kingston; and nothing but continued ill health induces the Subscriber to relinquish the trade.

Application to be made (if by letter, post-paid,) to

M.T. HUNTER.

Kingston, Dec. 17th, 1846.


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Date of Original:
Jan. 5, 1847
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KN.5364
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
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), Jan. 5, 1847