British Whig (Kingston, ON), 10 Feb 1902
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p.1 To Increase Capital - directors of R. & O. company will ask shareholders at annual meetingn on Feb. 19th to increase to increase capital, to help pay for new steamer Montreal.
p.3 Affairs of the Hour - The Northern Navigation company, of Collingwood, has acquired all the stock of the North-west Transportation company, more popularly known as the Sarnia or Beattie line of steamers.
Feb. 11, 1902
p.1 The Rockport navigation company has elected these officers: manager John A. Carnegie; secretary-treasurer Robert Poole; auditors A.M. Tennant and A.W. Mallory; directors D. Wilson, Gananoque; G.H. Burrows, Brockville; A.E. Haffle, Lansdowne; Joseph Cook, Rockport; J.A. Davis, Poole's Resort.
p.5 Incidents of the Day - The Calvin company has a new steambarge under course of erection. The keel is laid and the rib works are being shaped.
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes