The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), 4 Feb 1904

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p.3 Goderich Notes - Feb. 1st - The Fairmount, Turret Cape and Paliki steamers, and barge Abercorn are wintering here, along with the fishing tugs. Capt. Telford, of the Fairmount, has returned from his visit to his home at Kingston.

p.5 Wolfe Island Budget - At a regular meeting of the council, held yesterday, James Crawford was selected out of a dozen applicants as master of the new boat, at a salary of $600 per annum. No other appointments were made in connection with the ferry. The debentures for raising the $20,000 required for our new boat have been placed on the market.

Feb. 5, 1904


Feb. 6, 1904

p.3 Present At Marine Conference - At the conference of marine men in Buffalo, N.Y. this week, the following were present on behalf of the Dominion Marine Association: Francis King of Kingston, secretary; H.H. Gildersleeve, Kingston; Capt. Thomas Donnelly, Kingston; A.A. Wright, Capt. S. Crange and John Bertram, Toronto.

p.6 To Take Evidence - from prominent marine men in Kingston - John Bertram, Chairman of the Dominion Transportation Commission - to take evidence on the question of the enlargement of the Welland Canal.

p.7 EARLIER NAVIGATION - The First Steamers That Plied The St. Lawrence River (4 columns).

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British Whig (Kingston, ON), 4 Feb 1904