p.2 First Arrival At Lachine - St. Helen
The flags of the shipping in the harbor are displayed at half-mast, in token of respect of Capt. John Allen, of the schooner Mary Ann, who was lost overboard, this morning, about twenty miles outside, on the passage from Kingston to this port. [Oswego Times, 28th]
Oneida Line - The steamers on the Oneida Lake and River route, are in complete order, and will run as heretofore each end of the route at 5 o'clock a.m., and 9 p.m., until further notice. [Syracuse Courier]
Notice To Mariners - Light Houses On Lake Ontario - A fourth order catadioptric illuminating apparatus, revolving, will be placed in the light house at Big Salus Bay, probably on Thursday or Friday next.
A temporary light will be exhibited of the angle of the western pier, the outer end of which, with the Beacon, was carried away by ice last autumn. [Buffalo Courier]
A despatch was received last night from Vermillion, stating that a small boat came ashore at that point, on the 20th, on the west side of the pier. It was painted black, bore no name, and was without any one on board. It was laden with the following articles: 14 kegs lard, with no marks except weights; had the appearance of having had carqs nailed on the heads; 6 iron bars marked "F. & W."; two boxes of India rubber shoes, one box marked "B., Detroit," the other no mark; two leather satchels containing a small boat sail and other small articles. The property is at Vermillion. [Sandusky Register, Saturday]
For Toronto and Hamilton - The Royal Mail Steamer New Era, Capt. P.G. Chrysler, will leave Kingston for Toronto, Hamilton and intermediate ports, on Monday next, 3rd May, at 6 o'clock P.M.
Freights - at Chicago.
p.3 Imports - 30; Exports - 29.