The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), April 3, 1886

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Marine Notes.

The schooner Polly Rodgers is to undergo extensive repairs this season.

Mr. Pike, of Belleville, has sold the yacht Sylvia to H.E. Parrish, of Buffalo.

The steamer Annie Laurie will probably run on the Cape-Alexandria Bay route at the opening of navigation.

The officers of the str. Hero will be: Capt. C.H. Nicholson; first mate, Wm. Bloomfield; purser, R.J. Hooper; chief engineer, R. McCaul; chief steward, S. Cox; second steward, Chas. Richards. Several improvements to hull and machinery are being made, which will tend to increase her speed and comfort.

p.3 The Calvin Company - A bill to incorporate H.A. Calvin, J.A. Hendry, Mrs. J.A. Hendry, N.G. Bigelow, Mrs. N.G. Bigelow and others, as the Calvin Co. (Ltd.), was passed at Ottawa. The company is empowered to take over the business of the late D.D. Calvin's estate, and to extend the same. The capital stock is $300,000. Mr. Small introduced the measure and Mr. Bigelow was in attendance to see it through.

Personal Column - Capt. T. Donnelly will be master of the sch. Grantham this season.

Incidents Of The Day - The vessel property of K. & M. Forwarding Co. at Portsmouth has been overhauled and repaired, and is now ready for the opening of navigation.

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British Whig (Kingston, ON), April 3, 1886