The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), Jan. 19, 1886

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p.3 Few Vessel Charters Are Made - Some charters of vessels for the lumber trade have been made for next season. Mr. Neelon, of St. Catharines, has contracted for some 400,000 feet, and agreed to carry it at figures considerably below the rates of last year. There are enquiries for rates for deals from Marquette and other western points.

They Struck For Wages - A number of carpenters, employed by Capt. Theo Allen in repairing steamer Tecumseh, lying at Eilbeck's dock, struck today for higher wages. Their demands were not asceded to and they went to work in a ship yard close by.

-work on sch. F.J. King by Capt. Allen and men.

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Rick Neilson
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British Whig (Kingston, ON), Jan. 19, 1886