The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), Feb. 13, 1882

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p.1 Richelieu & Ontario - Shareholders In Council - Old Board Rejected - only two boats on the upper line made a profit - Algerian $6,000; and Passport, $8,000.

p.2 Underwriters' Inspection - Notice is given the owners of vessels and steamboats that the underwriters' inspection, so far as the harbour is concerned, will commence tomorrow morning. Capt. W.R. Taylor, Jr. has been appointed the Kingston Inspector. Capt. W.R. Taylor, Sr. willl not inspect any himself, but to him all the sub-Inspectors will send their reports for examination and approval. His district extends from Montreal to Saugeen. The underwriters have shown their appreciation of his twelve years' experience by appointing him to such a responsible and honorable position.

American Steamboat Line - The St. Lawrence Steamboat Co. will again run line of steamers between Cape Vincent and Montreal. [Cape Vincent Eagle]

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British Whig (Kingston, ON), Feb. 13, 1882