The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Farrar Transportation Company
The Railway and Marine World (Toronto, ON), March 1911, p. 269

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The report for the year 1910 presented

at the annual meeting at Collingwood,

Ont., Jan. 31, showed that the

gross earnings of the two steamers were

$104,140.52, and operating expenses,

$68,517, leaving a net balance of $35,622.98. The assets are placed at $438,444.30, the steamers valued at $404,495,

being the chief item. The liabilities,

besides the capital stock, are $121.175

leaving net balance of assets over liabilities

of $67,368.

Following are the directors for the

current year:—President, T. I. Thompson,

Owen Sound; Vice President, E. M.

Wayland, Fort William; Secretary-Treasurer

and Managing Director, G. E. Fair,

Collingwood; other directors, D. D.

Lewis, W. E. Allen. E. Stubbs. G. P.

Pearsall. M. Snetsinger, Dr. Shultis, W.

T. Toner.

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