The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), 10 Apr 1872

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p.1 Steamboat Arrangements - Chicora , Cumberland and Frances Smith to run between Collingwood and Fort William; Algoma to ply between Collingwood and Sault Ste. Marie; Silver Spray to take place of Frances Smith between Collingwood and Owen Sound.

p.2 Admiralty Court For Ontario - letter to editor says one is necessary.

-Tug Service - Calvin & Breck received renewal of contract and subsidy.

-Navigation - Port Hope April 9 - Norseman left for Charlotte today.

- Owen Sound - April 9 - bay is frozen.

- Wallaceburg -April 9 - str. Clark running regularly to Sarnia.

- Toronto -April 9 - sch. Centurion arrived from Brighton with 150 tons of Kingston pig iron.

p.3 no open water visible from Stony or Galloup Islands.

-Passing Detroit - vessels used to have to pay to be reported when passing Detroit, now Chicago will pay expenses; want Captains to paint names on sides or display flags.

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Rick Neilson
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British Whig (Kingston, ON), 10 Apr 1872