p.2 Mr. Anthony O'Connors - It will give much pleasure to the travelling part of the community, to hear that their old friend Mr. Anthony O'Connors has received the reward of his energy and devotion to the service of his employers, by being promoted to the responsible situation of Commander of the steamer Canada. This is one of those selections which does justice to the employers, the employed and the public. Mr. now Captain O'Connors has merited this promotion by long, faithful, and energetic services, which we are happy to see that the company have appreciated; and he has the hearty good wishes and congratulations of all that part of the community here, whose business leads them to Montreal. He must look well to his accommodations, for we prognosticate he will have a crowded boat all the summer.
On board Her Majesty's Steamer Cherokee, a few respectable Gentlemen, to join the Hydraulic and Operative Society recently established on board the said vessel.
p.S. - None need apply if not used to drinking black tea, as that is the beverage generally used on a Sunday. Application to be made on board between the hours of 10 and 3 o'clock P.M., until the 1st of March.
Dock Yard, Kingston, Feb. 13th, 1850.
Corporation of Kingston - Meeting to discuss Report of Special Committee - 4th Clause - Recommending the abolishing of the Office of Harbor Master - Ald. O'Reilly gives his views, (much ill will towards mayor) wanting to keep position; Mayor Counter thinks the office ought to be suspended but not abolished; clause "adopted by a large majority - so that there are now no harbor dues." (and apparently no more lighthouse)