The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), 27 Jan 1904

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p.5 The Engineers - 5th annual meeting of marine engineers (1/2 column).

p.6 World Tidings - At the annual meeting of the Northern Navigation company charges resulted in the resignation of C.T. Long, general manager.

Jan. 28, 1904

p.1 For Illegal Fishing - Capt. John C. Tabb of tug Star, convicted of fishing in Canadian waters; tug seized by Capt. Dunn of Canadian revenue cutter Petrel last Oct. 13th

p.2 Had Steam Up - Quite A Hot Time at the Hotel Randolph - engineers enjoy banquet supplied by local branch, details of speeches, etc. (almost 2 columns)

p.5 Engineers Still On Watch - more details about sessions; will conclude tomorrow morning.

Jan. 29, 1904

p.3 A New Canadian Fleet - The Canada Transit Co. formed; have made contracts in England for twelve large steel ships for the grain trade between Port Arthur and Montreal.

p.5 Still In Session - engineers still debating proposed amendments to the constitution.

p.6 Masters & Mates Meet - At a meeting last night of the local council, Masters' and Mates' Association, Capt. James Dix and Capt. George Bamford were appointed delegates to attend the annual convention which opens in Toronto on February 9th. Capt. Thomas Donnelly was present and delivered an interesting address upon marine matters, full of information to those in attendance, and for which he received a resolution of thanks.

Jan. 30, 1904


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British Whig (Kingston, ON), 27 Jan 1904