The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), March 8, 1881

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p.1 City Council - Communications - From G.E. Lumsden, Provincial Secretary, stating that the Council of the corporation of Wolfe Island, whose lease of the ferry between that township and the city expired in 1883, had applied for a renewal thereof for twenty five years; that the new lease asked for would cover the whole of the north side of the Island, and that he was directed to notify the Council of the city so that it could lay before the Lieut.-Governor any facts in reference to the subject. Referred.

-the owner of the lost schooner Olive Branch, Mr. W. Horn, asked for a release from a balance of taxes for which he was liable. Referred to the Court of Revision.

p.2 ad - R. & O. Nav. Co. - Tenders For Painting - strs. Corsican, Algerian and Magnet, now wintering at Kingston.

p.3 Flora Carveth Case - In last evening's Whig a sentence, in the item regarding the Flora Carveth, read "The mortgagors contended that a mortgage had priority over wages, but the judge did not hold so." It should have read "and the judge held so" a decision in keeping with the judgement of Judge Mackenzie of Toronto in the case of the schr. Paragon.

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British Whig (Kingston, ON), March 8, 1881