The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), 4 Mar 1898

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p.2 Incidents of the Day - The Calvin company will re-appoint for the coming season the same officers as sailed the fleet last year.


Repairs To the Rosedale.

John Dewire, Montreal, is in the city for the purpose of arranging for repairs to the steamer Rosedale. Work will be begun at once. Mr. Reid, M.P., says the vessel is owned by himself and Mr. Benson, of Montreal. Tomorrow it will be decided whether a Kingston or a Montreal concern will be awarded the contract for repairs. Capt. Ewart will again sail the Rosedale next season.

The Officers Selected.

The officers to sail the steamers Hero and North King during the season of 1898 have been appointed thus: Hero - Captain, W. Bloomfield; first mate, J. Quartz; engineer, J. McEwen; purser, E.E. Horsey. North King - Captain, J. Jarrell; first mate, J. O'Hara; engineer, O.J. Hickey; purser, Frank Knox; steward, J. Tilton.

March 5, 1898

p.5 District Dashes - Charles McCallum, Cobourg, has purchased the schooner Katie Eccles, now lying in the harbor at that town.

p.8 General Paragraphs - James Tetro has been appointed chief engineer of the steamer Saturn of the Collins Bay rafting company to fill the vacancy caused by the death of William Kennedy.

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    Latitude: 44.22976 Longitude: -76.48098
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British Whig (Kingston, ON), 4 Mar 1898