The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), 22 Jan 1907

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p.3 Wolfe Island Council - Jan. 14th - ....Steamboat accounts ordered paid: C. Cummings, captain, $50; R. Berry, 26 days mate, $34.68; D.J. Leslie, one month engineer, $66.66; Geo. Sudder, thirty-one days fireman, $36.16; Miss Freeman, thirty-one days cook, $25; H. Marlow, 26 days deckhand, $21.67; John Crawford, twenty-six days deckhand, $21.67; G. Keegan, twenty-six days purser, $26; H. Marlow, extra allowance, $3.33; G. Keegan, 690 meals, $82.80; Jackson Press, printing, $9; Capt. Cummings, telephone messages, 60 cents; P.J. Ryan, making fenders, $3. Moved, Keys-Flynn, and resolved, that Charles Cummings be engaged as captain for one year at $600; D.J. Leslie, engineer at $800; Gregory Keegan, purser, at $1 per day; Gregory Keegan to be given contract to board men at 12 cents per meal, he to engage cook, for which the township is to allow $20 per month.

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  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 44.22976 Longitude: -76.48098
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British Whig (Kingston, ON), 22 Jan 1907