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Daily News (Kingston, ON), April 17, 1872

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p.2 The Ice - Pierrepont ready to start.

Notice - To Vessel Owners & Captains - Encourage Home Manufacture - G.S. Oldreive (sic - Oldrieve ?), Sailmaker, Rigger and Ship Chandler - invites them to call at his store, Ontario Street, foot of Princess Street, and inspect a superior quality of Manilla Rope made to order. Also patent ship logs, spirit compasses, patent sounding machines, signal lamps, cotton and linen canvas, blocks, oils, life-preservers, and all other materials required for vessel fittings constantly on hand. Wire rope for sale and fitted to order. Flags and awnings made to order. Old sails bought and taken in exchanges. Grain scoops constantly on hand. April 17th

p.4 The Montreal Transportation Company has filed a By-law with the Secretary of State, providing for an increase of the capital stock to the amount of $280,000.

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Daily News (Kingston, ON), April 17, 1872