The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), 10 Mar 1903

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p.2 Incidents of the Day - Two engineers from Montreal are here to fit out the steamer Glengarry, purchased from the M.T. company by Montreal parties.

p.5 New Barge Nearly Completed - The Calvin company's new barge, built on the ways at Garden Island, will be ready to go into commission with the opening of navigation in the spring. Workmen are now engaged on her completion. She will be a valuable addition to the company's staunch fleet of lake and river vessels.

p.8 Death of Capt. Graves - Capt. Frederick Graves, very well known in marine circles, died Monday night in Grace Hospital, Toronto, as the result of a rupture for which he was operated upon on Friday. For a number of years Capt. Graves was in command of the steamer Hamilton, of the Richelieu & Ontario navigation line. For the past two seasons, however, he was master of the steamer Van Allen, belonging to the Toronto Electric Light company. He leaves a widow. Interment will take place at Kingston.

March 11, 1903

p.2 Personal Mention - Capt. Cummings will command the steamer Pierrepont this season. Captain Allen will sail the America.

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British Whig (Kingston, ON), 10 Mar 1903