p.2 City Council - Petition of Mr. Sidney Scobell, stating that the Lighthouse is erected according to Contract; but in consequence of certain extras, (not stated in Contract) praying for payment of Account, amounting to £15. - Referred to Committee on Wharves and Harbors.
p.3 Married - At Colborne, on the 16th inst., Capt. W. Bowen, to Mary Anne, second daughter of J.D. ?, of the above place.
Will be sold by Public Auction, on Thursday, the 25th day of February, instant, all the FORWARDING STOCK belonging to the late Firm of HILLIARD & WALKER, of Montreal, and of WALKER & JONES, of Kingston; consisting of THREE STEAMBOATS and THIRTEEN BARGES, with the Charters of Two Steamboats, and the Lease of the Store Houses and Wharf at Kingston.
This Stock is nearly all new, and the most efficient of any in the Trade, being capable of transporting Fifty Thousand Barrels of Flour per month, from Kingston to Montreal.
For further particulars, apply to Messrs. Gilmour & Co., Montreal, James A. Walker, Kingston, or to L. Hilliard.
Sale at 1 o'clock, P.M. at the Stores of the Late Firm of Hilliard & Walker, Canal Basin.
Montreal Feb. 13, 1847.
DISSOLUTION OF CO-PARTNERSHIP.
The CO-PARTNERSHIP heretofore existing at Montreal, under the name and style of HILLIARD & WALKER, and at Kingston, C.W., under the name and style of JONES & WALKER, carrying on business as FORWARDERS, having expired by limitation, is now Dissolved.
The business at Montreal, will be wound up by LONSON HILLIARD, and at Kingston, by JAMES A. WALKER.
JAMES A. WALKER,
By his Attorney L. Hilliard.
Montreal, 9th Feb'y, 1847.