The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), 7 Mar 1907

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The Appointments of Captains and Engineers.

The following have been appointed captains and engineers on the Montreal Transportation company's vessels for the season of 1907:


Advance - Captain, William Daoust, Montreal; engineer, William Spencer, Kingston.

Bothnia - Captain, John Doyle, Kingston; engineer, Thomas Hazlett, Kingston.

D.G. Thomson - Captain, Joseph Murray, Kingston; engineer, Robert Hepburn, Kingston.

Emerson - Captain, William Murphy, Kingston; engineer, George Henderson, Kingston.

Fairmount - Captain, P.C. Telfer, Owen Sound; engineer, J.W. Taylor, Midland.

Glide - Captain, Thomas Connors, Kingston; engineer, R.E. Bajus, Kingston.

H.F. Bronson - Captain, Charles Martin, Kingston; engineer, George Fleming, Kingston.

Jessie Hall - Captain, J.B. Desgroslier, Montreal; engineer, G.M. Gerow, Picton.

Mary P. Hall - Captain, Thomas Murphy, Kingston; engineer, Edward Spencer, Kingston.

Rosemount - Captain, John Wood, Port Dalhousie; engineer, R. Taylor, Kingston.

Westmount - Captain, Alexander Milligan, St. Catharines; engineer, Wm. Newbold, Kingston.


Augustus - Captain, Alexander Hebert, Montreal.

Acadia - Captain, F. Bellefeuille, Hudson Heights, Que.

Alberta - Captain, Theobold Leferte, Reid's Station, Que.

Brighton - Captain, Timothy Hebert, Montreal.

Bella - Captain, Leonal Leduc, Valleyfield, Que.

Condor - Captain, A. Sammersail, Cascades Point, Que.

Cherokee - Captain, S. Major, Valleyfield.

Cornwall - Captain, L. Benoit, Valleyfield.

Cobourg - Captain, P. Lalonde, Valleyfield.

Dunmore - Captain, Israel Daoust, Montreal.

Dorchester - Captain, Emile Deblais, St. Roch de Richelieu, Que.

Dakota - Captain, A. Gosselin, Cascades Point, Que.

Huron - Captain, Narcisse Lafrance, Cascades, Que.

Hiawatha - Captain, A. Monette, Jr., Valleyfield.

Hector - Captain, A. Monette, Sr., Valleyfield.

Hilda - Captain, William Lalonde, Kingston.

Iowa - Captain, F. Mallette, Hudson Heights.

Iroquois - Captain, Paul Benoit, Valleyfield.

Jennie - Captain, Fred Lalonde, Valleyfield.

John Gaskin - Captain, H. Boyer, Montreal.

Jet - Captain, Telesphore Moreau, Cedars, Que.

Kingston - Captain, M. Moreau, Cedars.

Kildonan - Captain, C. LeBeuf, Valleyfield.

Lapwing - Captain, Joseph Leduc, Valleyfield.

Montreal - Captain, Joseph Monette, Jr., Montreal.

Muskoka - Captain, William Leduc, St. Justine Station, Que.

Nadine - Captain, Truffle Daoust, Valleyfield.

Princess - Captain, Joseph Liberon, Cedars.

Regina - Captain, A. Major, Valleyfield.

Selkirk - Captain, T. Leduc, Kingston.

Thrush - Captain, Jules Hebert, St. Timothee, Que.

Valencia - Captain, Max Lelebvre, Montreal.

Winnipeg - Captain, N. Mallette, Cornwall.

Lake Barges.

Hamilton - Captain, J. Hurley, Kingston.

Melrose - Captain, G. Horn, Kingston.

Quebec - Captain, C. Sauve, Kingston.

Ungava - Captain, James Kirkwood, Kingston.

March 8, 1907

p.6 Pith of the News - Captain Richards, Oswego, N.Y., died at Cleveland in the Marine hospital. He had sailed the lakes for years as captain of the boats of the Bradley line, of Cleveland.

March 9, 1907

p.4 Trade Via The Canals - editorial.

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British Whig (Kingston, ON), 7 Mar 1907