The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), Jan. 13, 1885

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p.1 Completely Run Down - more on Eilbeck-Gaskin feud; dismissal of man from M.T. Co. because he voted for Eilbeck.

p.3 Vessel Taxation - Capt. Donnelly thinks the Wrecking Company is being imposed upon by the city. It is asked to pay taxes in full on the tugs Mixer and Folger, the former of which didn't turn a wheel last summer, while the M.T. Co.'s tugs and a tug from Port Hope did the harbor business and are exempt from taxation.

Civic Legislation - (part) - Report of Court of Revision - "...recommending that a reduction of 40 % be made on the assessment of vessel property for 1884 (on account of dullness of trade); that the taxes on James Swift's vessel property be remitted, he having exchanged it for real estate in Toronto.

Jan. 14, 1885


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British Whig (Kingston, ON), Jan. 13, 1885