p.2 Corporation of Kingston - report of Committee on Wharves and Harbors, in favor of Messrs. Rourk & Anglen's extending their piers under certain restrictions, and subject to the supervision of City Surveyor; some doubt of Mr. Rourk holding title; did he want to extend his wharf for the purpose of injuring Mr. Anglen.
p.3 Naval Sale - auction of possessions of men from H.M.S. Cherokee (being shipped home).
NEW LINE OF STEAMERS
BETWEEN MONTREAL, TORONTO AND HAMILTON!
The Subscribers having completed arrangements for running a regular Line of first-class Steamers between Montreal, Toronto and Hamilton, calling at other ports on Lake Ontario, will be prepared, on the opening of Navigation, to transport goods and produce, without transhipment, on the most favorable terms.
They have also made arrangements to run a Line of First Class Barges, (in addition to their old established line of Steamers and Barges on the River St. Lawrence) from Kingston and Montreal direct to Lake Champlain, and are prepared to contract for the transportation of produce from ports on Lakes Erie and Ontario to Burlington and other ports on Lake Champlain.
HOOKER & HOLTON.
Montreal, March 1st, 1850.