The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), March 31, 1884

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p.3 Changed Her Name - Capt. Wm. Zealand, who for the past seven years has been at sea commander of the Garden Island, formerly owned by I.A. Breck, has returned to Ontario. The vessel, which has been engaged in the East Indian trade, has been sold to a Norwegian company. Her name has been changed to that of Trio.

A Verdict Reached - Capt. Malone and the Royal Canadian Insurance Company, having agreed about the payment of the arbitrators' fee of $30, the sealed verdict was opened. The arbitrators valued the schr. O'Gorman at $2,400, the amount at which Capt. Malone appraised her, when he effected an insurance at to be worth $2,600. The wreck was estimated to be worth $200. Now that a decision has been reached the Insurance Company will meet the claim promptly.

Here & There - Capt. James Dix, in the employment of Calvin & Son for 11 years, has severed his connection with the firm. This morning he started to fit out the schr. Home, owned by Nemas, of Detroit, of which he will be the master this year.

Messrs. Frank Lawrence, mate, and Henry Milligan, second mate, left this morning to join their vessel, the Sylvester Neelon, at Bay City, Mich.

All Night On The Ice - two ice boats (two columns)

J.A. Starling purser of Empress of India.

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British Whig (Kingston, ON), March 31, 1884