The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), 7 Mar 1901

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p.3 Appointed Steward - W.C. McDonald appointed steward of steamer Toronto, of R. & O. Navigation Co.

p.6 The strike of the lake marine engineers will likely be settled, the additional help demanded for the engine rooms of the large steamers will be granted.

March 8, 1901

p.3 An Absolute Embargo - Ludington, Mich. - six winter steamers of Pere Marquette railway company imprisoned in ice pack for three days.

March 9, 1901

p.6 Appointed Captains - Ogdensburg, N.Y. - The Rutland railroad line has made public the appointment of masters for the steamers of its line. The list of steamers and their captains follows: James R. Langdon, Harvey Howard; Henry R. James, James Owens; F.H. Prince, David Kiah; Alexander McVittie, William Waite; Governor Smith, William Shea; William H. Haskell, Edward Shea; William J. Averell, Thomas Hough; Walter L. Frost, William Plumb.

p.8 Remove Canal Tolls - Mr. Calvin's suggestion in the House.

To Make Improvements - Half a dozen staterooms will be added to the steamer Rideau Queen this spring. Capt. Noonan, manager of the Rideau Lakes navigation company, expects to have an exceptionally busy season. The steamers will hardly be able to accommodate the Rideau tourists this summer.

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    Latitude: 44.22976 Longitude: -76.48098
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British Whig (Kingston, ON), 7 Mar 1901