p.1 Witness In Bridge Case - Postmaster James Stewart is in Montreal to give evidence in the case of the Grand Trunk railway company vs. John Hannan, of the Ogdensburg Towing company. During the fall of 1905, when Mr. Stewart was manager of operations for the Canada Atlantic railway company at Coteau, the steamer Nicaragua ran into the railway bridge and damaged it. The G.T.R. company, now owners, are suing the Nicaragua's owner for damages.
p.5 Day's Episodes - The members of the Masters and Mates' Association had a most enjoyable time at their regular meeting, Saturday night.
The Donnelly Wrecking company will send men this week to begin work of wrecking the United States Steel Trust's steamers Nottingham and Smith, which are high and dry in Buffalo harbor. The company will have to save the vessels or no pay.
p.6 News of the World - Capt. Charles Ferris, Oswego, N.Y., known from one end of the Great Lakes to the other, died on Saturday, aged sixty-five years.
March 5, 1907
p.1 To Value The Boat - Detroit, March 5th - George Plunkett, Cobourg, Ont., owner of the burned steamer Strathmore, formerly the noted Gordon Campbell, together with representatives of the insurance companies interested and officers of the boat, are here to determine the value of the boat. After running on the rocks at Michipicoten, Ont., last fall, the Strathmore took fire and was completely destroyed. The only insurance carried on the hull was that against loss by fire, and the question to be settled is the condition and value of the boat after she was stranded at Michipicoten and the value of her hull before the fire started.
p.8 To Buy Steel Steamer - H.A. Calvin and Capt. A. Malone have gone to England to purchase a steel steamer for the Calvin company. The steamer is to be used in the pulpwood carrying trade. The Calvin company is figuring on taking the machinery from the steamer Calvin and putting it into the barge Burmah, and using the former as a barge.
March 6, 1907