p.2 A Fire Company's Visit To Kingston - of Oswego Fire Co. to Kingston by steamer Rochester; no problems such as happened to steamer Queen Victoria.
Steamboat Seized by a Mob - immigrant drowns off steamer arriving from Montreal, and mob is angry that captain didn't do enough to save him. [Bytown Gazette]
p.3 The Revenue Laws - Capt. Fowell of H.M.S. Cherokee has American sugar seized from home by Customs agent.
The Union Forwarding Company hereby give notice that their new and fast sailing Iron Steamers
EMERALD AND OREGON,
With the Union Rail-Road,
Are now in operation, and plying as under:
Capt. T. Cuming,
Upwards - Leaves Aylmer every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday, at 7 o'clock A.M.
Downwards - Leaves the Rail-Road immediately after the arrival of the Cars from the steamer Oregon, and arrives at Aylmer at 4 o'clock P.M.
Capt. M. Hilliard,
Downwards - Leaves Portage du Fort every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, at half-past six o'clock A.M.; returning leaves Union Village immediately after the arrival of the Cars from the steamer Emerald.
Both Boats touch at all stopping places en route each way.
They also give notice that no Freight will be received on board their Steamers if not properly Marked and Way-Billed; and not after 11 o'clock P.M., at Aylmer, on the night previous to sailing - any coming to hand after that time must remain in store until the ensuing trip. They do this to prevent property being loosely and carelessly thrown on Board by owners without Bill or Mark - consequently not entered.
They will not be responsible for any property without being duly entered, and a receipt granted.
Agent Union Forwarding Company.
Aylmer, 1st July, 1847.
THE ROYAL MAIL LINE OF STEAMERS.
Will leave Kingston for Toronto, every afternoon, (Sundays excepted,) at five o'clock precisely, touching at Cobourg, Port Hope (weather permitting); and returning, will leave Toronto for Kingston, touching at intermediate Ports, every day (Sundays excepted,) at one o'clock P.M. precisely, until the 10th September, and from the 10th September to the close of the Season, at twelve noon.
N.B. - Cabin or Deck Passengers will be entirely free from contact with Sick Emigrants, as none are allowed on board the Mail Line.
Royal Mail Office, Toronto, July 6th, 1847.