The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), 27 Mar 1905


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p.2 Marine Paragraphs - Capt. Pritchard left today for Newboro to fit out the tug Edmond and consort Columbia, for the coming season. The tug does business "around the horn" at Ottawa, Montreal and Kingston.

Capt. Martin will have command of the tug Bronson of the Montreal Transportation company.

p.6

SOME APPOINTMENTS.

On Richelieu & Ontario Navigation Steamers.

Steamer Kingston - Capt. Henry Esford; chief engineer, Alex. Milne; purser, Harry Grange; steward, James Malcolmson.

Steamer Toronto - Capt. Booth; chief engineer, Mr. Black; purser, Jack Sparks; steward, E.D. Masterton.

Steamer Spartan - Capt. John McGrath; chief engineer, William S. Parker; purser, Capt. Baker.

Steamer Corsican - Capt. Dan Mills; chief engineer, Alexander De Martianey; purser, J.F. Kelly.

Steamer Hamilton - Capt. James Stevenson; chief engineer, James Connell.

Steamer Columbian - Capt. Hinckley.

Steamer Bohemian - Capt. Dunlop.

CALVIN COMPANY - GARDEN ISLAND.

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

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

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

Schooner Burma - Captain J. Ferguson.

Schooner Ceylon - Captain J. Achee.


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Date of Publication:
27 Mar 1905
Local identifier:
KN.17407e
Language of Item:
English
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 44.22976 Longitude: -76.48098
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Rick Neilson
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British Whig (Kingston, ON), 27 Mar 1905