p.2 Marine Notes (henceforth M.N.)- B.W. Folger being repaired at Marine Railway.
-vessels of Clayton ice fleet mentioned.
-Port Colborne - vessel movements (R. Gaskin mentioned)
-sch. Almeda on shoal at Shot Bay Island, got off, loaded with ice for Western trade.
Richelieu and Ontario Navigation Company
Royal Mail Through Line
Commencement of the Passenger Business
The steamer Corsican will leave for Prescott on Monday Morning, the 6th May, at 9 o'clock, and for Toronto and Hamilton on Tuesday Afternoon at 5:30.
The Algerian will leave for Prescott on Tuesday Morning, and return on Wednesday afternoon, leaving here for Toronto and Hamilton at 5:30.
For Passage Tickets and any information, apply at the Lake and River Steamboat Office, St. Lawrence Wharf, foot Johnson street.
April 24th, 1876 C.H. Hatch, Passenger Agent.
p.3 Yachts - are ready.
April 25, 1876
p.2 M.N. - str. Queen was sunk at Gananoque all winter, now at Marine Railway for repairs.
April 26, 1876
p.3 Marine Notes -
Port Colborne - R. Gaskin mentioned.
Inland Revenue - Mr. Fleming Rowland appointed Collector of Revenue for Kingston.
W.W. - Messrs. Dickens & Son building a yacht. [Napanee Beaver]
April 27, 1876
Port Colborne -