The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), 14 Apr 1904

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Captains And Engineers Who Will Be In Charge.

The officers of the Calvin company's vessels for the coming season are:

Steamer Simla - A.H. Malone, captain; R. Veech, engineer.

Steamer India - Charles Coons, captain; T.C. Smith, engineer.

Steamer D.D. Calvin - H.N. Smith, captain; John Kennedy, engineer.

Steamer Parthia - D. Lefave, captain; George Sauve, engineer.

Steamer Chieftain - John Harris, captain; Thomas Gray, engineer.

Steamer Frontenac - E. Felix, captain; S. Achee, engineer.

Steamer Johnston - E. Campeau, captain; B. Lappen, engineer.

Steamer Bluebell - John Dix, captain; W. Felix, engineer.

Barge Burma - J. Ferguson, captain.

Barge Ceylon - J. Achee, captain.

The Yacht Club Events Arranged - first meeting of regatta committee for season.

p.8 To Start Next Week - The M.T. company expects to start its tugs and barges to Oswego and Charlotte next week for coal. On April 23rd the company's steamers at upper lake ports will start. The river barges will not likely be in commission until May 1st.

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    Latitude: 44.22976 Longitude: -76.48098
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British Whig (Kingston, ON), 14 Apr 1904