British Whig (Kingston, ON), 28 Mar 1900
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p.2 Incidents of the Day - Oswego mariners are looking forward to an early opening of navigation. They expect the steamer St. Joseph, wintering at Toronto, across for a load of coal any time withing the next two weeks. A branch of the tugmen's protective association has been formed at Oswego. Capt. Thompson has arrived there and is fitting out the steamer Van Allen.
p.5 Incidents of the Day - It is likely that the new steamer building for the Rideau navigation company, and which will be ready in June, will be named Rideau Queen.
D.J. Lesslie, River street, has left to help fit out the D.D. Calvin, of the Calvin company's fleet, of which vessel he will be second engineer. Mr. Cunningham, the first engineer, has arrived.
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes