p.2 canal workers annoying inhabitants of Brantford, patrol organized to protect town; contract for three locks on line of canal near town were taken on. [Brantford newspaper]
The Highlander - This splendid Steamer arrived at this port last evening with the Mail from Coteau du Lac, and left this morning at 9 on her return. This boat, in connection with the Hon. John Hamilton's two boats, the Canada and Gildersleeve, will, in future, run regularly from Kingston to Coteau du Lac with the mail and passengers. By this line passengers will reach Montreal from Kingston in 22 hours - and in 24 hours on the upward trip.
inquest on body of boy who fell off the barge Meteor at Newborough (Rideau Canal) on the 14th, and drowned before the barge could be put about for his relief; Jury recommended that steamers and barges all have small boat rigged for immediate use in accidents of this type. [Brockville Recorder]
Denniston and others - Plffs. vs. John K. Woodward, Thomas Hutchison, Defts.
Thirkell & Masson, Plffs. vs. John K. Woodward, Thomas Hutchison, Defts.
By Virtue of the above named Executions issued out of Her Majesty's Court of Queen's Bench, and directed to the Sheriff of the Midland District, will be sold on Monday the 17th day of July next, at the Wharf of the Kingston Foundry, the fast sailing vessel LONDON. The London is schooner rigged, and fitted up with two new low-pressure Engines and Screw Propeller, and is calculated for the trade between Montreal and the upper lakes; she is perfectly new, having been built at the Kingston Railway last year, she is 93 feet long on deck, 17 feet beam, and 6 feet hold.
Sale to commence at 12 o'clock noon.
Wm. McMILLAN, Deputy Sh'ff.
Sherrif's Office, M.D. 4th July, 1843.
For Montreal Direct - steamer Bytown, Capt. Sughrea. July 5th, 1843.