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


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p.1 New Freight Line A Go - Windsor, Feb. 25th - It is definitely announced that the new Fort William package freight line is a go, and the steamers that are to form it are the Eber Ward, John M. Nicol, and the old Anchor liner Juanita, which has been renamed the Winnipeg. The eastern terminal will be at Buffalo, and stops will be at Cleveland, and perhaps on two other Lake Erie ports, before Detroit is reached. It will be impossible to stop at Canadian way ports, the tariff regulations forbidding it, so the course will be direct to Fort William, from the Soo river.

Again Free - dominion government has decided to make the canals free of tolls for another year.

p.2 Their Best Thanks - missionary at Sailors' Snug Harbor thanks those who contributed to building fund.

p.3 Personal Mention - Capt. John Grant, formerly of the schooner Grantham, has been appointed first officer of the steamer Cadillac, owned by the Cleveland Cliff Iron company. His friends in the city will be glad to hear of his appointment.

p.6 Will Run to Clayton - The Rideau Navigation company's boats, at the urgent request of the New York Central railway company, will run to Clayton this year. The railway officials have promised to do all in their power to build up a large business for those steamers.

Feb. 27, 1905

p.4 Day's Episodes - The friends of Capt. Robert Gaskin, University Avenue, will be pleased to hear of his appointment as master of the steamer Presque Isle, one of the largest ore carriers on the great lakes.

Feb. 28, 1905

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Date of Publication:
25 Feb 1905
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  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 44.22976 Longitude: -76.48098
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Rick Neilson
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British Whig (Kingston, ON), 25 Feb 1905