p.1 ad - Canadian Navigation Company - Royal Mail Through Line - For Toronto and Hamilton - the steamer Kingston, Capt. P. Farrell, with schedule. April 27th
For Montreal - The steamer Passport, Capt. D. Sinclair, with schedule. April 27th
ad - Kingston and Cape Vincent Ferry - commencing April 28th - str. Watertown, with schedule.
p.2 The Royal Mail Line Steamers - The steamers of this line here have finished their annual painting and refitting, and are now all in running order. The Kingston will proceed tomorrow afternoon to Prescott, touching at Gananoque and Brockville, where she will remain over night to await the arrival of the Ottawa train, whence she will return on Thursday and again leave here at five o'clock on the afternoon of the same day for Toronto and Hamilton.
The steamer Grecian will commence her regular trips on Friday afternoon next, proceeding west.
The steamer Passport will commence her regular trips on Saturday next, leaving here on the morning of that day for Montreal. The above are the present arrangements of the steamers of the line at this port.
The hour for leaving Kingston westward has been fixed at five o'clock instead of 6, as in previous years.
Cape Vincent Ferry - We call attention to the change in time in the ferry boat leaving for Cape Vincent, which has been made to enable connection with the railway cars. In future the Watertown will leave the wharf at 4 o'clock a.m., and 12:15 o'clock p.m.
Shipping News - The steamer Hiram left Garden Island last evening to take in charge the schooner Centurion at South Bay, which was damaged in the late collision with the Lucky. The schooner Pearl proceeded last night to Brockville to load lumber for Oswego. The schooner Gazelle sailed last night for Marysburgh to load with rye for Oswego. Port Colborne is drifted full of ice, and vessels there are unable to leave with the present prevailing wind.