p.4 At the meeting of the Canadian marine engineers' association, yesterday, a communication was read from the pilots and captains concerned in the proposed Soulanges canal strongly condemning the project.
Feb. 6, 1892
p.1 Canadian Fish - cases of Canadian fish being seized by American customs; Buffalo Fish Company involved. (article damaged )
L.B. Spencer Owned It - Canadian yacht Where Now was often docked at George Penn's dock in the Thousand Islands. [Syracuse Standard]
Overloading Vessels - Capt. Donnelly, in speaking about Col. Plimsoll's complaints in reference to the overloading of decks of vessels, said, this morning, that the colonel's statements were entirely unfounded as far as the Canadian inland waters are concerned. There have never been any genuine complaints about this matter.
Incidents of the Day - Capt. P. Thorpe, Charlotte, N.Y., will run the Sylvan Stream daily between Ogdensburg and Clayton, commencing about June 15th.
Extensive improvements will be made on the schr. Folger this winter. A gang of men are engaged caulking her. Other repairs will be made, amounting to about $300.