The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), 22 Feb 1904

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p.5 To Inspect the Steamer - Today Reeve Fawcett, of Wolfe Island, and Capt. James Crawford left for Toronto for the purpose of inspecting the new ferry steamer being built there for the Wolfe Island township council.

Incidents Of The Day - Andrew Kennedy, who sailed last season in the steamer Turret Crown, will this year be found second engineer aboard the str. Tecumseh.

Last week a branch of the Canadian Association of Masters and Mates was formed in Toronto. Some of the best mariners in Toronto are charter members.

Feb. 23, 1904


Feb. 24, 1904

p.2 Steamboats - Recalling Some Of The Old Craft -


Reeve Fawcett and Clerk Dawson, of Wolfe Island municipality, visited Toronto on Tuesday to inspect the steamboat in course of construction by the Bertram company for the island council under the bylaw passed by the people. Some changes have to be made in the specifications, including the substitution of the good old kind for bucketing paddles. On the journey up the delegation had the expert advice of Captain Thomas Donnelly, Inspector Davis and Sanford Calvin, and their mind was well matured and copper-fastened, so that a fine product in the way of an up-to-date and able-bodied boat will be the result.

p.3 Gananoque Yacht Club - to build new club house.

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    Latitude: 44.22976 Longitude: -76.48098
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British Whig (Kingston, ON), 22 Feb 1904