p.3 News of the District - Edward Stewart appointed lockmaster at Jones Falls, in place of Mr. Foster, retiring after 35 years service because of ill health.
p.6 Has Two Hundred Names - Capt. Andrew Dunlop has prepared a list of captains who have died since he began sailing in 1854, and who were personally known to him. The list is alphabetically arranged and contains 220 names. Capt. Dunlop began sailing on the steamer Lord Elgin.
March 2, 1901
p.8 Incidents of the Day - The threatened strike of marine engineers will not be declared for the navigation season, which will open this month.
March 4, 1901
March 5, 1901
p.2 Incidents of the Day - Capt. Matthew, Whitby, is in the city to superintend repairs to his schooner, Flora Carveth, at Davis' dry dock.
p.5 The Steamer Argyll - It is rumored that inducements are being offered, and will be accepted by the Lake Ontario navigation company, to place the steamer Argyll between Toronto and the north shore ports of Lake Ontario, the route on which the steamer Garden City ran last season.
March 6, 1901
p.5 Incidents - Sandford C. Calvin sold his ice yacht Blizzard to James Patton, Montreal.
A number of laborers employed on Snake Island lighthouse have been temporarily laid off from work, pending the progress of carpenters. There are still 22 men at work on the improvements.