The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), 9 Mar 1905

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p.6 Rideau Lakes Navigation Co.- The postponed annual meeting of the Rideau Lakes Navigation company was held on Wednesday afternoon. Capt. D. Noonan, Kingston, was elected president and general manager; Charles Adams, Toronto, vice-president and secretary-treasurer; and Edward Fleming and John Feley, directors.

March 10, 1905

p.5 Marine Notes - A Quebec company has offered the Thousand Island Steamboat company $12,000 for the steamer Pierrepont, which has been wintering at Cornwall. A sale will likely be effected.

A number of ship carpenters left yesterday for Jones' Falls, to commence the repairs to be made to the steamer Rideau King. Work has been delayed by the stormy weather.

p.6 Steam Yacht To Be Built - The steamyacht Nokomis, belonging to William Nichols of New York, will be rebuilt at the Thurston boat-yard, Alexandria Bay, this spring at an estimated expenditure of $5,000. The improvements include the placing on the boat of steel ribs and rivets and new planking.

March 11, 1905


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British Whig (Kingston, ON), 9 Mar 1905