The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), 26 Feb 1907

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p.1 Deals Not Closed - Detroit, Feb. 26th - Capt. Sullivan, manager of the Great Lakes and St. Lawrence Transportation company, reports much interest in their boats, but no deals closed.

p.7 Goderich Notes - Feb. 23rd - Edward Robinson, mariner, is in Kingston this week on some marine business. Capt. Joseph Noble, of steamer Kolfage, died of paralysis on Friday.

Feb. 27, 1907

p.2 Marine Deputation - Mayor Mowat, Robert Crawford, H.W. Richardson, L.L. Henderson, representing the board of trade, and F. King, secretary of the Dominion Marine Association, left on the early morning train for Ottawa to join other boards of trade representatives from all over the Dominion, and press upon the government the necessity of deepening the Welland Canal in order that Canada may retain her grain-carrying trade, and not have it diverted by way of Buffalo and New York. The local deputation will also ask the government to give attention to Kingston harbor, in the way of removing the shoal, better buoying and building a breakwater at the west end for the benefit of shipping.

p.6 Trenton It Is - will be terminal of Trent Valley Canal.

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    Latitude: 44.22976 Longitude: -76.48098
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British Whig (Kingston, ON), 26 Feb 1907