The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), March 31, 1874

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p.1 City Council - K. & P.R.R. wants City to help them petition gov't for possession of lands and water lots which they need along inner harbour.

p.2 Boatbuilding - The Brockville Enterprise gives full notice of the boat building establishment of Hy. Matthew and Louis Lachapel (sic - Lachappelle ?), at that place, two Kingston mechanics. Kingston boats have always maintained a high reputation, and never more so than now under the able management of Mr. Cunningham.

The Harbour - The harbour is still full of floating ice, but there is no chance of its preventing ingress or egress. It is all broken up, and the boats go through it easily. They are making regular trips now.

The Alexandra - The splendid steamer Alexandra is receiving her spring outfit at Picton, and will be ready by the earliest possible opening of navigaiton. She will leave Trenton every Monday morning and Montreal every Thursday noon, during the coming season.

Niagara, March 30th - The first vessel of the season arrived here from Toronto yesterday, named the Lone Star.

p.4 C.I. - 28th - ice boat, Cape Vincent

- 30th - Pierrepont, Cape Vincent (3 times).

- Watertown, Cape Vincent (once).

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Daily News (Kingston, ON), March 31, 1874