The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), 25 Jan 1905

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p.2 R. & O. Annual Meeting - Richelieu & Ontario Navigation company to hold annual meeting on Feb. 6th.

p.3 A New Lake Line - proposed new Canadian freight and passenger line between St. Lawrence River and Fort William. (repeat from Jan. 23rd)

Jan. 26, 1905


Jan. 27, 1905

p.2 Manager Folger in England - Manager B.W. Folger, of the Niagara Navigation company, at present in England, according to marine gossip, is there for the purpose of purchasing a steamer for the Niagara River line. The local officials decline to say anything about the matter, but admit that while in England he will look around.

p.6 In Our Own Circuit - The many friends of Capt. Byron Bongard are pleased to hear of his appointment as captain of the steamer Turbinia, of Hamilton.

Jan. 28, 1905


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British Whig (Kingston, ON), 25 Jan 1905