The Subscribers beg to inform their friends and the public, that they have made such arrangements as will enable them to run an efficient LINE OF STEAMERS, and SAILING VESSELS, between Quebec, Montreal, Bytown, Kingston and other Western ports, for the conveyance of FREIGHT and PASSENGERS, cheaply and expeditiously.
For terms of Freight, etc., apply at Kingston, to Calvin, Cook & Co., and at Montreal and Quebec, to
J.M. MILLAR & Co., Gibb's Wharf.
Quebec, 21st March, 1849.
PLEASURE YACHT - For Sale - The pleasure yacht Jessie, with Spars, Sails, Oars, Ballast, etc., complete, as she now lies at the Kingston Marine Railway Yard. She is in good order, well and comforably fitted up, has iron centre board, air tight tin cylinders, etc. For further particulars apply to Samuel D. Fowler at the Yard, or to
Kingston, 28th March, 1849.
p.3 An inquest was held on the 19th instant, in the City Hall, before George Duggan, Esq. on the body of John Armstrong. It appeared, in evidence, he was a hand at work on board the Rose, of Kingston lying at Maitland's Wharf; he boarded in the city and was going on board, the night previous, about eleven o'clock, and fell off the wharf. A man on board the propeller lying at the wharf, who went to bed at ten o'clock, about eleven o'clock heard a splash in the water, and three groans; he got up, went on board the Rose, made inquiry got a light, and saw his cap in the water; they got grappling irons, and found him after a long search. He was a sober, steady man. Verdict Accidental Death. [Toronto Colonist]
Man Drowned - On the afternoon of Thursday last a man named James Armstrong, who was going on board one of the propellers lying at Gorrie's wharf, slipped off the plank on which he was walking from the wharf to the boat and was drowned before he was rescued. He was a man of respectability in his sphere and a shoemaker by trade, which he followed in the winter, and during the summer months was engaged on the lake. We have not heard the result of the Inquest or any further particulars than those we give. [Toronto paper]
STORAGE & WHARFAGE.
R. SCOBELL, SEN'R.,
Respectfully informs the Public that he has opened his large and commodious Stores for the reception of all kinds of Merchandize on the following terms, viz:-
Ashes, 4d. p. Bbl.
Flour, 2d. }per Month in Store.
Grain, 1d. p. Bag
Wharfage on the above, half price.
All Goods for Shipment, drawn by Carters, for Steamboats or other vessels, 4d. per load.
Schooners can be accommodated with BALLAST at low prices.
The Subscriber being well known, and his Wharf and Warehouses safely and most eligibly situated, he hopes by strict attention to business, in conjunction with a careful Warehouseman, to merit a share of public patronage.
All Goods at the risk of the owner.
Kingston, April 3, 1849.
FOR HAMILTON AND INTERMEDIATE PORTS.
Will leave the Commercial Wharf, Kingston, on Thursday Evening, on the arrival of the Mail Steamer from Montreal, for Hamilton and intermediate ports.
The New Era is expected to make the trip to Toronto in 12 hours.
Steam Boat Office, Commercial Wharf,
Kingston, 1st May, 1849,
ARRANGEMENTS FOR 1849.
THE STEAM PROPELLER
(350 Tons Burthen,)
Capt. J. Duncan,
Will, during the season of 1849, ply between
Detroit and Montreal,
Touching at the intermediate British ports.
As a new Upper Cabin and State Rooms have just been completed on this vessel, she affords very superior accommodation for Cabin Passengers; and on the main deck, (which is now perfectly clear) for Deck Passengers.
All Freight carried under deck.
For Freight or Passage apply to
PARK & Co., Amherstburg,
HODGE & Co., Port Stanley,
W.M. GORRIE, Toronto.
Amherstburg, April 2, 1849.
The New Iron Steamer
Will commence running between Hamilton, Toronto and Kingston, on the 12th of April, and will until further notice, run as follows:-
Every Monday and Thursday, at 8 A.M. Leave Toronto same days at noon.
Every Tuesday and Friday afternoon, after the arrival of the River Mail Boat.
Hamilton, March 25, 1849.
STEAM BOAT NOTICE.
KINGSTON, TORONTO, HAMILTON & NIAGARA.
Calling at Intermediate Ports.
The Royal Mail Steamer
CITY OF TORONTO,
Will, until further notice, make her trips on Lake Ontario as follows:
Leave Kingston every Wednesday and Saturday Evenings, on the arrival of the River Mail Steamers.
Leave Toronto for Hamilton every Monday, at 8 o'clock A.M., and every Thursday, at 11 o'clock A.M.
Leaves Hamilton every Tuesday and Friday, at 9 o'clock A.M.
Leaves Toronto same days about noon.
Kingston, April 26, 1849.
Rideau Canal and Ottawa River Route.
The Low Pressure Steamer
Will ply, during the season, between Kingston and Bytown and vice versa, twice a week, as follows - leaving Kingston every Monday and Thursday Morning at nine o'clock, and Bytown every Tuesday and Friday Evening, after the arrival of the steamer Phoenix from Grenville, affording to Western travellers the most interesting and comfortable route to or from
The Caledonia Springs
Will leave Kingston at 9 A.M.
Kingston Mills 10
Upper Brewer's 1 P.M.
Jones' Falls 3
Oliver's Ferry 9
Smith's Falls 10
Kilmarnock 12 Midnight.
Merrickville 2 A.M.
Burritt's Rapids 5
Beckett's Landing 6
Long Island 9
And arrive at Bytown at 12 o'clock, noon.
Will leave Bytown at 9 P.M.
Long Island at 12 Midnight.
Beckett's Landing 3 A.M.
Burritt's Rapids 4
Smith's Falls 10
Oliver's Ferry 1 P.M.
Jones' Falls 7
Upper Brewer's 9
Kingston Mills 11
And arrive at Kingston at 12 o'clock Midnight.
MACPHERSON & CRANE.
Kingston, 10th April, 1849.
The Royal Mail
Will leave Kingston for Toronto, calling at Cobourg and Port Hope (weather permitting), every afternoon (Sundays excepted) on the arrival of the River Mail steamer.
For Passage or Freight apply to the Captains on board.
Royal Mail Office,
Toronto, April 24, 1849.
The Subscriber will be prepared on the opening of the Navigation, with an efficient stock of Steamers and Barges to
Forward Any Property
entrusted to his care from Kingston to Quebec and Montreal, and vice versa, with despatch.
JAMES A. GLASSFORD.
Kingston, 9th March, 1849.