INSOLVENT ACT OF 1875
And Amending Acts
In the matter of Campbell & Burley, of Bath, Ont., Insolvents.
FOR SALE BY TENDER THE SCHOONER FLYING SCUD
The undersigned Asignee will receive Tenders up to Saturday, the 22nd instant, at Noon, for the above vessel, now being rebuilt at Bath and almost completed, together with a full set of the best wire standing rigging. This will be a rare chance to Grain Buyers, Ship Owners or Seamen, as she is especially built and well adapted for the Bay of Quinte trade, being of very light draught and carrying capacity of about (7,000) seven thousand bushels. The very best of timber and material has been used in building said vessel.
Parties making other than cash offers will please state time and security, and the Assignee does not bind himself to accept the highest or any tender.
For further information apply to R.R. Finkle, Bath, or to
R.W. OLIVER, Assignee.
No. 43 St. Francis Xavier Street,
Montreal, 12th March, 1879.
p.3 Welland Canal Mission - explanation of purpose and work of Mr. Bone, the sailors' missionary.
Explanation - George Dawson of Wolfe Island in charge of wood cutters on Lake Superior; it was customary to pay off the better portion of the men in February.