p.1 Marine School - Abraham Shaw, inspector of customs, will (this) Monday evening, deliver an address at the marine lectures on the shipmaster's duties in entering and clearing ship at customs.
THE STEAMER COLE.
Detroit, Jan. 8th - It is probable that the steamer Cole will be taken off the Buffalo-Crystal Beach route, remodelled, and put on the Detroit, Toledo, and Georgian Bay route. Owing to the burning of the steamer Collingwood, owned by the Northern Navigation company, necessitating the removal of the steamer Majestic from the Georgian Bay route as intended, the route, last season, was covered soley by the steamer King Edward, of the Algoma Central Steamship company. Travel was heavy, and the vessel did a thriving business. The Canadian ports of call for the Cole will be Goderich, Kincardine, Killarney, Manitowaning, Little Current, all Georgian Bay ports, and probably Southampton. The Cole is a steel steamer, 213 feet over all, and rated as A1.