The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), 12 Feb 1906

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p.5 Mr. Potter Replies To Letter of 2nd - sailor's missionary rebuts letter of Feb. 2nd, signed James S. Potter (most of a column).

Feb. 13, 1906

p.5 Incidents of the Day - The annual meeting of the Calvin company, limited, was held at Garden Island this afternoon. The officers of the company were re-elected.

p.7 Napanee, Feb. 13th - Board of Trade considering opening a ferry across to Hay Bay at Woodcock's ferry.

p.8 Toronto, Feb. 13th - The executors of the J.J. Long estate, and Harry Lindsay, as executor of the estate of the late Charles Cameron, Collingwood, and J.K. McLauchland, have issued a writ to compel Capt. Peter Campbell, Collingwood, to consent to the sale of the steamer City of Windsor to the Northern Navigation company. All the parties were joint owners, Capt. Campbell owning one-ninth. The price agreed upon was $3,500.

The action of the Canadian Lake and Navigation company, against the Wilmington and Bridgeport Transport company, was commenced in the admiralty court today. In August last the steamer Plummer, of the former company, was run into by the Wilmington company's steamer Dorothy. The court is fixed for damages.

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    Latitude: 44.22976 Longitude: -76.48098
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British Whig (Kingston, ON), 12 Feb 1906