The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), Feb. 4, 1888

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p.8 Incidents Of The Day - The steamer Geneva, of Toronto, will likely ply between Gananoque and Clayton next summer.

Capt. Kennedy, master of the prop. St. Magnus, lying at Hamilton, left for that place today, to superintend the repairs being made to the boat.

A very successful casting was made at the Victoria foundry last evening, a cylinder for the steamer Scotia. The casting weighed about 4,000 lbs.

Judgement has been reserved in the case of Davis vs. Cook and Jones, tried yesterday before Judge Price and which was an action for a balance due for repairs made to a tug.

It has not yet been definitely settled where the steamer Rothesay will run, but the probabilities are that she will continue in the excursion business on last season's route.

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Rick Neilson
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British Whig (Kingston, ON), Feb. 4, 1888