p.2 Letter from Editor about tour through new Welland Canal on board steamer Chief Justice, with Governor General and members of the Legislature. (3 columns)
Port of Kingston.
June 10th - Schr. Lady Bagot, Bear Creek, 9883 pipe staves and 1543 West India staves, Calvin, Cook & Co.
Schr. Mayflower, Wellington, 500 bush. corn, 47 bbls. flour and 200 bush. rye, James Morton.
Schr. Duke, Darlington, 813 bbls. flour, H. & S. Jones.
Str. Clinton, Oswego, 2 casks lard oil and 2 barges in tow, M.W. Lester.
Str. New Era, Montreal, 18 cases goods, W.W.
Barge Hope, Montreal, gen. cargo.
Schr. Doveil, Alexandria Bay, in ballast, E. Pettitt.
Str. Northerner, Sackett's Harbor, gen. cargo
Str. Bay State, Ogdensburgh, gen. cargo.
Brig Roscius, Oswego, in ballast, B. West.
June 11th - Schr. Ocean, Oshawa, 1000 bbls. flour, 66 bbls. ashes, 30 bbls. pork, Moffatt, Gillespie & Co.; 1070 bush. oats, James Corgill.
Brig Breeze, Hamilton, 15,800 staves, 103 pieces timber, Calvin, Cook & Co.
Schr. G. Moffatt, Port Stanley, 6,500 pipe staves, Calvin, Cook & Co.
Barge Quebec, 600 bars railway iron, D. McIntosh.
Barge Shannon, Quebec, 650 bars railway iron, D. McIntosh.
ad for Mail Steamer Canada, Capt. O'Connor. June 12th, 1850.
Storage of Grain - Carrington & Pardee's Ontario Warehouse described, 110 x 100 feet, 7 stories high, on water, holds 300,000 bushels; James Platt's Grain Warehouse on water; Bond & Oldhorn have elevator on water, holds 100,000 bushels. [Oswego Times]
p.3 ads for steamers Passport and City of Toronto. June 12th, 1850.