Feb. 2, 1878
Feb. 4, 1878
p.3 W.W. - Mr. Gurney is Mr. Wm. Leslie's assistant in the timber business at Collinsby.
Feb. 5, 1878
Feb. 6, 1878
p.2 Richelieu & Ontario Navigation Co. - 5 1/2 % dividend, list of new board members.
Lighthouse Service - tenders called for supplying lighthouse oil.
p.3 Boat Regatta - to be held at Alexandria Bay - list of boats given.
Whiggings - Commodore Daly, of Ogdensburg, N.Y., owner of a tug which went to the rescue of an American vessel in Canadian waters, having been fined $500 for a breech of the wrecking laws, has applied against the penalty to the Minister of Customs, who promised to consider the matter and give an answer on Thursday.
Feb. 7, 1878
Feb. 8, 1878
Feb. 9, 1878
Feb. 11, 1878
Feb. 12, 1878
p.3 The Garden Island - now at Virginia.
New Steamers - two are contemplated by Canadian Mail Line Co., of light draught, for rapids.
Feb. 13, 1878
p.3 Canadian Inland Navigation - a paper presented at Toronto - mentions Frontenac (not much detail).
Feb. 14, 1878
p.3 New Lighthouse - Since Collinsby has become a busy timber station the vessel men are not content with its approaches. They are petitioning the Government to place a light upon "The Brothers," (opposite the port) where there are shoals upon which a vessel can very easily run on a dark night.