British Whig (Kingston, ON), Jan. 31, 1884
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p.3 Where They Will Run - The steamships Athabasca, Algoma and Alberta, belonging to the Canada Pacific Railway Company, will commence running in the spring between Owen Sound, Algoma Mills and Port Arthur. The journey from Algoma Mills to Port Arthur will be done in 24 hours. The distance is 360 miles.
Says He Is The Head - Pres. Murphy, of the Sailors' Union, Toronto, has notified President Paddon, of the Kingston branch, that the authorities of the Union have ordered him to look after the branch here. He gratuitously insults the President by saying that he has too much to say about the sailors in the Kingston papers.
Here & There - M.T. Co. has hired 20 big men for shovellers' gang.
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- Jan. 31, 1884
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- Rick Neilson
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes