At the annual meeting of the Dominion Marine Association at Ottawa in Ottawa, J.A. Cuttle, the president, referred to the desire of the association to have hospital fees abolished. The following officers were elected: President, A.A. Wright, Toronto; first vice-president, C.J. Smith, Montreal; second vice-president, George Marks, Port Arthur; secretary-treasurer, Francis King, Kingston; directors, L.L. Henderson, T. Donnelly, Kingston; C.I. Smith, Montreal; George Marks, Port Arthur; J.H. Hall, Dennis Murphy, Ottawa; A.A. Wright, Frank Plummer, Toronto; J. Kavanagh, C.A. Jacques, Montreal; H.H. Gildersleeve, Collingwood; James Playfair, Midland.
Francis King, secretary, in his report outlined what the association did during 1905. The tonnage entered in the association is now 110,343 net tons registered, of which 76,570 is steam and 33,773 is barge and sailing property. This does not include new vessels recently launched, but even without that is slightly in excess of the previous year.
p.5 Incidents of the Day - The steamer Caspian is undergoing extensive interior remodelling. Twenty-six staterooms are being added to her sleeping accommodations.
p.8 Busy Repairing Boats - These are busy days with the Montreal Transportation company. The company's boats are being overhauled and put into shape for the coming season, and the strength of the staff of workmen at present is 225.
Jan. 18, 1907
p.2 Transportation Company - The annual general meeting of the Montreal Transportation company was held in Montreal. Very satisfactory reports of the year's working were submitted and the following directorate was elected for the ensuing year: President, Bartlett McLennan; managing director, J.A. Cuttle; directors, T.A. Crane, A. Kingman, A.E. Ogilvie, F. Robertson and F.W. Thomson.
p.8 Married At Port Hope - Capt. John J. Jarrell, of the steamer North King.