The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), 22 Mar 1905

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p.2 The Strength of Richelieu Stock - business expected to be good this year, and dividend expected to be resumed in October.

Will Canal Be Re-Opened? - hope that Wolfe Island canal will be dredged.

Capt. Donnelly's Criticism - of wreck commissioner Salmon; defends marine department - a letter to [Marine Review].

p.3 A Chicago Letter - lake navigation open at Chicago; arrival of Argo of Graham & Morton line after plowing through ice from St. Joseph

Appointments Made - The Montreal and Lake Superior Navigation company has these officers:

Steamer Wahcondah, captain, H. Zealand; engineer, J. Weather; Neepewah, captain, O. Pattenaude; engineer, James Smeaton; Donnecona, captain, J. Mandesley; engineer J. Dingid; Arabian, captain, J.Y. Trowell; engineer, J. Cunningham; Lake Michigan, captain, Fitzgerald; Strathcona, captain, J. Irving; engineer, J. Harmon.

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    Latitude: 44.22976 Longitude: -76.48098
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British Whig (Kingston, ON), 22 Mar 1905