Kingston Chronicle (Kingston, ON), November 16, 1833
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The Niagara Harbour and Dock Company in this Town, have got their useful undertaking so far completed, as to be enabled to commence operations during the present month. This enterprising Company has been at an immense expense in progressing the work thus far - and from the accommodation and facilities it will afford to the different crafts on the lake for expeditiously repairing, and thereby save a great loss of time, it is to be hoped their exertions will be properly appreciated.
The completion of this work will be an incalculable benefit to Niagara - as also a vast saving to masters of vessels; expediting the refitting of shipping, and inducing such to resort to our river, and thereby causing an outlay of capital among our town's people. The projectors of this work deserve well the thanks of our inhabitants. - Niagara Gleaner.
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- November 16, 1833
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- Peter Warwick
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