The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), 16 Jan 1907

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p.3 Cape Vincent, Jan. 15th - ...The first steamboat to arrive at the port of Cape Vincent in the year 1907, was the steamer Pierrepont, which arrived Tuesday, shortly after noon. The boat returned immediately.....



In Ottawa At Association Meeting.

Ottawa, Jan. 16th - Messrs. Calvin, Horsey, Noonan, Booth, Donnelly and King, all of Kingston, are here attending the annual meeting of the Dominion Marine Association. This morning, they, along with others, discussed two very important matters - the need for the deepening of the Welland Canal so as to compete with the Buffalo route, and a demand to make the new elevator built at Port Colborne of two million instead of one million bushels capacity. At noon all the members of the association were the guests of Dennis Murphy, M.P.P., at luncheon at the Laurentian Club.

p.8 Personal Mention - Capt. Crawford will command the steamer Turbinia, next season, Capt. Bongard having resigned.

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  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 44.22976 Longitude: -76.48098
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British Whig (Kingston, ON), 16 Jan 1907