The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), 8 Mar 1893

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Marine Paragraphs.

Capt. James McGrath, late of the str. Algerian, will have charge of the Bohemian between Montreal and Kingston next season.

Capt. James McMaugh, St. Catharines, late of the str. Glengarry, arrived in the city today to take charge of the prop. Algonquin. He will superintend things until navigation opens.

p.2 South Marysburgh, March 7th - ...Capt. Ingersoll, Oswego, is at Waupoos building an ice house preparatory to the next season's trade in fish between South Bay points and Oswego.

March 9, 1893

p.1 Marine Paragraphs - Men are engaged washing and painting the str. Pierrepont, so that all will be in readiness for the breaking up of the ice.

The Richelieu & Ontario navigation company will build offices at Quebec worth $25,000. The company has purchased the boat run to Longueuil. The boat cost $4,500 and was sold to the Richelieu company for $6,000.

The Deputation Home - had gone to Ottawa to try to get Tete du Pont barracks as a site for an elevator.

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  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 44.22976 Longitude: -76.48098
Rick Neilson
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British Whig (Kingston, ON), 8 Mar 1893