The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), 12 Dec 1902

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p.1 Aids Removed - all aids to navigation removed in Detroit River.


Rideau King and Queen Will Make Daily Trips.

[Smith's Falls World]

Capt. D. Noonan, manager of the Rideau Lakes Navigation company, was a caller at the World office.

In the course of a pleasant conversation the genial captain informed us that next season the Rideau Queen and the Rideau King, well-known steamers on the Rideau canal, would provide a daily service between Smith's Falls and Clayton, N.Y.

The steamers will leave here every morning at five o'clock, crossing at Jones' Falls, the incoming boat arriving here at eight o'clock.

Passengers can buy through tickets to any point, which will include transfer from train to boat. Special cheap return fares will be offered on certain days to Jones' Falls, and the intention is to give the summer tourist and camper on the Rideau Lakes a first class service, the steamers calling at all intermediate points both ways.

We can safely predict success for the enterprise and we have no doubt Capt. Noonan's scheme will meet with the hearty approval and support of our citizens.

p.2 Marine Notes - The tug Thomson and the barge Melrose arrived from Oswego with hard coal for S. Anglin and P. Walsh.

The schooner Maggie L. unloaded Wolfe Island grain at Richardsons' elevator, and went into winter quarters at the Grove Inn.

p.6 How He Was Saved - steward of Bannockburn was sick a few days before last trip and captain convinced him to stay behind. [Port Arthur Chronicle]

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    Latitude: 44.22976 Longitude: -76.48098
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British Whig (Kingston, ON), 12 Dec 1902