The Ontario, Simcoe, and Huron Railroad Union Railroad Company will pay the above sum of "one thousand dollars", to any party who will give such information, as shall lead to the discovery, apprehension and conviction of the person or persons who placed a small tree across the track of this road, about one mile north of the Richmond Hill station, during the night of Friday the 19th day of August, inst.
Superintendent's Office, O.S.&H.R.R., Toronto, August 23rd, 1853
Appears through Monday, October 3, 1853.
Richmond Hill station.
Sale of town and villa lots at the Richmond Hill station.
The Subscribers will offer for Sale on Thursday, the first day of September next, at 2 o'clock, p.m., at their auction rooms, in the City ot Toronto, 114 town and villa lots, in Rupert Town, the Richmond Hill Station of the Northern Railroad.
This station, at which a large business is done by the railway company is seventeen miles from Toronto. In a heathly and beautiful part of the country, on the west half of number twenty-one in the 3rd concession of Vaughan, of which the Lots now offered for sale form a part.
The road from Richmond Hill which is much travelled, and about being planked, bound the property to the south for the distance of fifty chains. The lots front upon this road, and upon roads laid out by the proprietors fronting the railroad, which runs through land.
A plank road from Klineburg [sic] to this station is also contemplated, opening up all the fine agricultural country lying to the west.
A map has been prepared and can be seen at the rooms of the subscribers, where lithographed plans can be procured.
A deposit of £1 5s. per lot must be paid at the time of sale, and a further sum, making one fifth of the purchase money within ten days from the sale. The balance at any time within five years.
Mr. Joseph Noble, Post Master, Rupert Post Office, who lives near the property, will show ti to any one desirous of viewing the lots.
Wakefield & Coate,
Toronto, Aug. 20th, 1853.
Appears through Saturday, August 27, 1853.
Steamboat "Morning" and O.S.&H.
The steamer "Morning", Capt. C. Bell, will, until further notice, ply on Lake Simcoe as follows:
Leave Bradford daily, on the arrival of the Express Train from Toronto, at 10:30 a.m.
On Mondays and Wednesday, for Beaverton and intermediate ports to Barrie.
On Tuesday and Thursday, for Orillia and intermediate ports to Barrie.
And, on Fridays, for Orillia direct, connecting with the Steamer Kaloolah running to the Sault Ste. Marie, and other ports on Lake Huron, and returning with the Kaloolah's Passengers, who will arrive in Toronto by Railroad at 9:30 a.m., on each Saturday.
Full information as to Freight and Passage may be had at the office of this Company or on board.
Superintendent's Office, O.S.&H.R.R.
Toronto, August 19, 1853.
Papers having former Advertisments will please insert until forbid.
Appears through Tuesday, October 11, 1853.
Ontario, Simcoe and Huron Railroad.
The Morning Train will, on and after Monday, 22nd inst., will leave Toronto at 8.15 a.m., instead of 8 a.m., and will leave Bradford at 7.30 a.m., instead of 7.15 a.m., as ???? ????; also the Evening Train, will leave Bradford at 3 p.m. instead of 2.45 p.m.
Toronto, August 19th, 1853.
Appears through Thursday, August 25, 1853.