The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), 23 Mar 1904


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STEAM YACHT FOR SALE.

The Steam Yacht Dortha, one of the most comfortable boats on the St. Lawrence river, is offered for sale at a bargain. Description - length overall 75 feet, beam 12 feet 6 inches; gross tonnage, 50.98, net tonnage, 34.67; schooner rigged; carries two boats, fore and aft cabins, finely upholstered; two ? rooms; machinery in first class condition. Can be inspected at Brockville. Owner's reason for selling - has purchased a larger boat. For further particulars apply to G.T. Fulford & Co., Brockville, Ont.

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APPOINTMENTS

Of Captains And Engineers By M.T. Co.

The Montreal Transportation company has made these appointments for the season of 1904:

Tugs And Steamers

H.F. Bronson - Charles Martin, Kingston, captain; R. Hepburn, Kingston, engineer.

Glide - Thomas Murphy, Kingston, captain; F. Henderson, Kingston, engineer.

Jessie Hall - no appointment.

D.G. Thomson - Joseph Murray, Kingston, captain; G. Boyd, Kingston, engineer.

Emerson - James Murray, Kingston, captain; G. Henderson, Kingston, engineer.

Bothnia - John Doyle, Kingston, captain; G. Hazlett, Kingston, engineer.

Rosemount - John Wood, Port Dalhousie, captain; R. Taylor, Kingston, engineer.

Westmount - Alexander Milligan, St. Catharines, captain; J. Young, Kingston, engineer.

Fairmount - P.C. Teifer, Owen Sound, captain; William Newbold, Kingston, engineer.

River Barge Captains

Acadia - Amey Monette, Valleyfield.

Alberta - A. Poirier, Valleyfield.

Bella - Truffle Daoust, Valleyfield.

Cornwall - A. Samersail, Cedars, Que.

Dunmore - Israel Daoust, Montreal.

Dorchester - A. Lavoie, Valleyfield.

Eagle - E. Charon, Cornwall.

Hector - A. Monette, Sr., Valleyfield.

John Gaskin - E. Secotte, Valleyfield.

Iowa - William Lalonde, Kingston.

Jennie - Max. Lefebvre, Montreal.

Kingston - Alexander Heberte, Montreal.

Montreal - Joseph Daoust, Valleyfield.

Muskoka - M. Moreau, Cedars, Que.

Kildonan - C. LeBuf, Valleyfield.

Nebraska - Oscar Lefebvre, Montreal.

Regina - Louis Benoit, Valleyfield.

Star - William Leduc, St. Justine Station.

Selkirk - T. Leduc, Kingston.

Toronto - A. Gosselin, Cascades Point.

Winnipeg - N. Mallette, Cornwall.

Brighton - Timothy Hebert, Montreal.

Cobourg - P. Lalonde, Valleyfield.

Valencia - H. Boyer, Montreal.

Lake Barge Captains

Augustus - Charles Staley, Kingston.

Minnedosa - J.S. Phillips, Kingston.

Hamilton - James Kirkwood, Kingston.

Melrose - R.A. Davey, Kingston.

Quebec - Henry Milligan, St. Catharines.


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Date of Publication:
23 Mar 1904
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KN.17310a
Language of Item:
English
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 44.22976 Longitude: -76.48098
Donor:
Rick Neilson
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British Whig (Kingston, ON), 23 Mar 1904