STEAMER FOR CALIFORNIA.
By The Land Route
This fast sailing, barge built, canvass-bottomed, pitch-fastened steamer has been chartered for California, and will be ready to take in passengers to any extent, on or before the first of April. This superb craft will have an excellent table, with abundance of wine, her port holes being fitted up expressly with one port in each; and arrangements have been made to boil grog instead of water, so that there will be a constant supply of the delicious beverage throughout the entire passage. For freight or passage, apply to Jack-in-the-Box, Kingston, any day before the 1st of April.
Kingston, March 7th, 1849.
Repealing certain parts of the Acts relative to the Harbor of the City of Kingston.
(Read a first time March 5th, 1849, and ordered to be published.)
Whereas it is expedient to repeal so much of the Acts relating to the Harbor, as relates to the appointment of a Harbor Master, and the imposition and collection of Harbor Dues, be it therefore enacted by the City Council of the City of Kingston,
I. - That the first, fourth, fifth, fifteenth, seventeenth, twentieth, twenty-first, twenty-second, twenty-fourth and twenty-fifth sections of "An Act relating to the Harbor of the City of Kingston," be hereby repealed, as well as any other part or parts of the said Act, relating to or connected with the said named sections.
II - That the second and third sections of "An Act entitled an Act to amend certain parts of the Act relating to the Harbour in the City of Kingston," except the proviso in the said second section be hereby repealed.
III - That so much of the above recited Acts, or of any other Act of the City of Kingston, as relates to the duties of the Harbor Master, or to the collection of Harbor Dues, be hereby repealed.
FOR SALE - The Barge WATERLOO, lying at Greer's Wharf. For Terms apply to Hill & Parke, Solicitors. Kingston, 6th March, 1849.