p.8 Left For Buffalo - H.B. Mills, representing the St. Lawrence River Steamboat company, E. Horsey, representing the Bay of Quinte Steamboat company, and Capt. Noonan, of the Rideau Lakes Navigation company, left today for Buffalo, to attend the rates meeting called to fix the rates in Canadian and American waters for the coming season.
Feb. 7, 1907
p.1 Are Ice Bound - Chicago, Feb. 7th - The steamer Iowa, which left Milwaukee for Chicago, on Monday, and was due to arrive in Chicago yesterday, is believed to be blocked in the ice off Minnetoka. She carries from thirty to fifty passengers. The City of Racine left Grand Haven, Mich. for Chicago, on Monday, and was due to arrive in Chicago on Tuesday morning. She carried two hundred and forty passengers. It is believed both boats are in the middle of the lake, ice-bound.
p.6 Wolfe Island Council - Feb. 4th - Moved, Keys-Flynn, that the following steamboat accounts be paid: Mrs. Rawley, laundrey, $2.50; Capt. C. Cummings, messages, 20 cents; McKelvey & Birch, amount of account, $4.93; William Cockburn, blacksmithing, $2; James Swift & Co., coal, December and January, $167.65; W.A. Mitchell, one saw, $3.50; S. Anglin & Co., lumber, $6.51; James Coyle, interest on $500 note at 6 per cent, $37.50; Miss A. Heran, interest due on $500 note at 6 per cent, $37.50; C. Cummings, one month captain, $50; D.J. Leslie, one month engineer, $66.66; George Suddar, twenty days at $35, $23.33; George Suddar, ten days at $1.25, $12.50; James T. McDonald, seven days at $1.75, $12.25;