p.4 From An Amiable Captain - Ottawa, Jan. 22nd - To the Editor - I find a paragraph in your paper of 20th inst. to the effect that the schooner Hanlan is held for $1,200 as a selling price. I never authorized a statement to that effect, and I request you to contradict it. When I wish to sell I will inform those who intend to purchase of the price and conditions of sale.
Respectfully yours, Robert Craig.
Jan. 24, 1894
p.1 Incidents of the Day - Capt. James Langan, who last season sailed the barge Mills, which foundered off Charlotte has been appointed master of the schooner Thomas L. Parker, Chicago.
Jan. 25, 1894
p.1 Montreal Transportation Company - The annual meeting of the Montreal transportation company was held Wednesday. The report submitted showed that the business of the year had been very satisfactory. The following board of directors was appointed: Hugh McLennan, president; Andrew Allan, W.W. Ogilvie, G.M. Kinghorn, T.A. Crane and D.G. Thompson.
Jan. 26, 1894
p.1 No Ice Cut About Boats - Kingston, Jan. 26th - a letter from John Gaskin saying that there has been no ice cut about any of the Montreal Transportation Co.'s boats the present winter.
May Injure The Dock - Capt. Booth worried that letting ice form in the dry-dock may injure it.
p.2 The mammoth ice houses of the Lake Ontario Fish Co. are being filled with an excellent quality of ice about 14 inches in thickness. [Cape Vincent Eagle]
Jan. 27, 1894
p.1 General Paragraphs - Capt. John McComisky has been appointed mate of the steambarge Niagara.
p.2 Richelieu & Ontario Changes Hands - The Richelieu & Ontario navigation company has passed into other hands. The Montreal and Cleveland syndicate of capitalists have secured control of the interests. When the news became known this afternoon the stock advanced from 83 3/4 to 85 3/4. Mr. Everett, of Cleveland, was in town today in connection with the deal. The members of the syndicate state that they will put practical steamboat men on the directorate. [Montreal Star]