The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), 6 Jan 1899

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p.2 Incidents of the Day - James Stewart returned this morning from Ogdensburg, where he spent the past few days on business concerned with the Kingston and Montreal Forwarding company.

Said To Have Been Appointed - The statement has been made in Toronto that Capt. Thomas Donnelly has been appointed inspector for Inland Lloyds in succession to the late Capt. Thomas F. Taylor. This will mean a vacancy in the office of government steamboat inspector.

Jan. 7, 1899

p.1 The Improved Routes - as a result of proper harbor improvements Hon. Mr. Tarte cites Kingston - after the harbor was deepened, 2 additional elevators were built.

Jan. 9, 1899


Jan. 10, 1899

p.4 A Lake Pilot's Leg - steel in artificial leg of pilot deranged compass and caused prop. Susan E. Peck to go ashore near Bar Point on Lake Erie. [New York Sun]

p.6 Pierrepont's Last Trip - reached city last night from the Cape; will now be laid up until spring.

Capt. Scott's Denials - not applicant for late Capt. Taylor's job, nor for Capt. Donnelly's job.

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    Latitude: 44.22976 Longitude: -76.48098
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British Whig (Kingston, ON), 6 Jan 1899