British Whig (Kingston, ON), Feb. 8, 1886
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p.1 Excitement Among Fishermen - Clarke & Robbins, of Sacketts Harbour; Ackerman, Flanders & Co., of Pillar Point, Jefferson County; etc.
p.2 Destruction of Fish - illegal net fishing - an editorial.
p.3 Award Of The Arbitrators - The arbitrators appointed to determine the loss by the burning of the steam barge Indian came to a decision on Saturday. They decided that Capt. Frazer was entitled to $4,500 insurance and the fittings of the vessel, including the boiler, engine, wheel, etc. The interested parties were the Fire Insurance Association, of London, Eng.; and the Citizens Insurance Company. Each party pays his own costs. The arbitrators were Hugh Scott, Toronto; W. Leslie and Judge Price, of Kingston.
Personal Mention - Capt. Frank McMaster of Deseronto offered choice of 3 different vessels for this season.
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- Feb. 8, 1886
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- Rick Neilson
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes