The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), April 9, 1878

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Re Fraser & George, Insolvents.

I will receive tenders until 12 o'clock on Monday, the 22nd inst., for the purchase of

1 - The schooner Oliver Mowat, built 1873, of 295 tons capacity. A first class Vessel, in excellent order.

2 - The steam barge Saxon, built 1873, of 171 tons capacity, in excellent order.

3 - The steam barge Harold, of 73 tons capacity.

Above vessels are lying at Kingston. Parties tendering for either of the above vessels must state price, terms and security.

C.V. Price, Assignee

Kingston, April 9th, 1878

p.3 The steamer Hastings made her first trip up the Bay yesterday afternoon, under the command of Captain G. Crawford, who, we believe, will sail her during the present season. Capt. Campbell is to be attached to the Bay business in another capacity during the summer. We have no doubt Capt. Crawford will be as popular as Capt. Campbell.

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Daily News (Kingston, ON), April 9, 1878