The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), 11 Jan 1906

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p.1 Annual Meeting - Collingwood, Jan. 11th - At the annual meeting of the Farrar Transportation company, at the head office here, it was decided to build a 9,000 ton steamer, to go into commission in the spring of 1907. The contract is to be given to the Collingwood Shipbuilding company. The board of directors for this year is: A. Farrar, president; F. Fair, secretary; C. Pearsall, manager; F. Scott, vice-president; W.R. Rowland, treasurer; F.A. Bassett, H. Baird, James Wiley, James Morris, H.A. Currie.

Jan. 12, 1906

p.2 Will Go No More - The steamer New Island Wanderer is not likely to go to Cape Vincent again this winter, unless the ice disappears. At present there are three inches in the Batteau channel and down the river. The company will not run any chances of the Wanderer being frozen in at the Cape. At present the steamer Pierrepont is carrying the Cape passengers to and from Wolfe Island.

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  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 44.22976 Longitude: -76.48098
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British Whig (Kingston, ON), 11 Jan 1906