Port of Kingston.
August 17th - Schr. Winnebago, Oswego, in ballast, Mr. Paddock.
Str. Niagara, Lewiston, gen. cargo.
Schr. Liverpool, Port Dalhousie, 170 pieces oak timber, Calvin, Cook & Co.
Str. Cataract, Ogdensburgh, gen. cargo.
Prop. Genesee Chief, Ogdensburgh, gen. cargo.
Our Upper Canada readers will feel interested in the result of the trial to navigate the ocean with Lake schooners. Last fall, Messrs. C.E. Levey & Co., of Quebec, the owners, with their usual enterprising spirit, determined upon making the experiment, and brought down to this port the Lilla, a very fine three masted schooner, built at Kingston, by Mr. Hunter, which was then lying at Cleveland, with the intention of sending the Lilla at once to England. The lateness of the season prevented the necessary alterations being made, and the vessel had to winter at Quebec. She sailed in May for London, and made a very good run home, and arrived at Quebec, having sailed from Deal on the 5th of July. Our Western friends will have this satisfaction, that the first arrival of the fall fleet, on the second voyage, is the Upper Canadian clipper schooner Lilla, proving that slip keel vessels can traverse the Atlantic as fast as the finest European keeled vessel. [Pilot]
BAY OF QUINTE:
Capt. McGill Chambers,
Will, during the week of the Exhibition of the Provincial Association, to be holden in Kingston, on the 18th, 19th, 20th, 21st and 22nd of Sept. next, convey to and from the Show, all Passengers, and all Animals and Articles intended for the Exhibition, at
HALF THE USUAL RATES.
Kingston, August 18th, 1849.
THE ROYAL MAIL STEAMER
Will leave Kingston for Toronto, calling at Coburg and Port Hope, weather permitting, every Monday and Thursday afternoon, on the arrival of the River Mail Steamer.
For Passage or Freight, apply to the Captain on board.
Royal Mail Office,
Kingston, Aug. 18th, 1849.