The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), 4 Mar 1902


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WILL BE IN CHARGE

Those Who Will Command The M.T. Company Fleet.

The Montreal transportation company has made these appointments to its fleet of boats, both lake and river, for the coming summer; where blanks appear, appointments have not yet been made:

Steamers - H.F. Bronson, captain Joseph Murray, Kingston; engineer, R. Hepburn, Kingston; Glide, Capt. T.J. Murphy, Kingston; engineer, M. Rankin, Kingston; Glengarry, capt. John Wood, Port Dalhousie; engineer, Isaac Boyd, Kingston; Jessie Hall, captain, Charles Martin, Kingston; engineer, George Tuttle, Kingston; D.G. Thomson, captain, James Murray, Kingston; engineer, George Henderson, Kingston; Bannockburn, captain George Wood, Port Dalhousie; engineer, George Booth, Kingston; Rosemount, captain Alexander Milligan, St. Catharines; engineer, Richard Taylor, Kingston.

River Barges - captain Truffie Daoust, Valleyfield; Acadia, captain, Adelaide, captain Adelard Monnette, Valleyfield; Bella, captain, C. Lebeouf, Cascades Point; Colborne, captain, Charles Lafrance, Kingston; Cornwall, captain, Joseph Page, Kingston; Detroit, captain N. Lafrance, Cascades Point; Dorchester, captain, W. Lalonde, Kingston; Eagle, captain Joseph Daoust, Valleyfield; Hector, captain, Theodore Leduc, Kingston; John Gaskin, captain, Israel Daoust, Montreal; Iowa, captain, Louis Benoit, Valleyfield; Jennie, captain, A. Summersail, Cedars; Kingston, captain, Alexander Hebert, Valleyfield; Kildonan, captain Maxime Lefebvre, Valleyfield; Montreal, captain Amy Monnette, Valleyfield; Maggie, captain, A. Lavoie, Kingston; Nebraska, captain, M. Bissonnette, Valleyfield; Regina, captain, E. Secotte, Valleyfield; Senator, captain, William Leduc, St. Justine Station, Vaudreuil; Star, captain M. Gamlin, Kingston; Toronto, captain, Moise Leduc, Kingston; Brighton, captain, Nelson Mallette, Cornwall; Cobourg, captain, Peter Lalonde, Valleyfield.

Lake Barges - Hamilton, captain, H. Calvin, Port Dalhousie; Quebec, captain, John Phillips, Kingston; Minnedosa, captain, R.C. Irwin, Kingston; Selkirk, captain, H. Milligan, St. Catharines; Winnipeg, captain, H. Brooks, Port Dalhousie; Melrose, captain, James Kirkwood, Kingston; Dunmore, captain, Gillies, Port Colborne.

Want To Purchase Elevators - Four representatives of the Woolvin steamship and transportation company, Quebec, were in the city looking over the floating elevators of the Kingston and Montreal, and Montreal transportation companies, with a view to purchasing them for use at Quebec. The company proposes establishing a direct steamship line between Duluth, Chicago, and Quebec, and expect to carry a large quantity of grain. It is expected a satisfactory arrangement will be effected for the purchase of the local elevators.

Navigation Resumed - St. Clair, Mich., March 1st - The ferry steamer Welcome has resumed trips between St. Clair and Courtright, Ont. The St. Clair river is free from ice as far as Grande Pointe.

March 5, 1902

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Newspaper
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Clippings
Date of Publication:
4 Mar 1902
Local identifier:
KN.17218
Language of Item:
English
Geographic Coverage:
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 44.22976 Longitude: -76.48098
Donor:
Rick Neilson
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Public domain: Copyright has expired according to the applicable Canadian or American laws. No restrictions on use.
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British Whig (Kingston, ON), 4 Mar 1902