p.2 The contracts for the Windsor harbour have been taken by Mr. Russell, and both that work and the plank road to the Scugog, are to be commenced forthwith. [Cobourg Star]
Board of Works - St. Lawrence Canal - should it be built on North or South side? [Montreal Times]
Ship and Steamboat Navigation - between Great Lakes and Tide Waters. - discussed in letter to Hon. John Neilson, M.P.P. (full column)
Public Works - discusses improvements being made to canals and possible effects. (full column) [St. Catharines Journal]
p.3 New Schooner for Sale - For Sale by the undersigned the Hull of a new Schooner with Spars, Rudder, etc., strongly built and launched late in October last, 60 feet keel, 18 by 20 feet beam, 70 to 80 Tons Register, now lying at South Bay, will be sold at a great sacrifice from the cost of building her. Terms made easy. N.J. Coons Kingston, 14th Jan., 1843.
At a meeting of the Stockholders of the Steamboat Prince Edward, held at Belleville, 7th inst., it was
Resolved, That Joseph Thirkell, Angus Cameron, Donald Christie, James Brown, Jr., and Thomas Greer, constitute the Committee of Management of the Prince Edward, for the Current year.
Resolved, That Thomas Greer, Esq., be appointed Agent for the Boat at Kingston.
Phillip Low, Chairman.
John Miller, Sec'y.
Pursuant to the above Resolutions, a Meeting of the Committee will be held at the Agent's Office, Princess Street, on Monday, the 16th instant, at 10 o'clock, A.M.
Thomas Greer, Agent.
Kingston, 13th January, 1843.
Auction sale of Damaged Flour - 444 barrels at Macpherson & Crane, partially damaged by fresh water.