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

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Dec. 27, 28, 30, 1907


Dec. 31, 1907

p.2 Appointed Chief Engineer - C.J. McSorley, 444 Johnson street, chief engineer of the S.S. Turret Court, has returned home from a very successful season with the Canadian Lakes and Ocean Navigation company. After five years as chief engineer of the Turret Court, he has been promoted to the position of chief engineer of the new steamer Regina, belonging to the same company, which has just been brought out to Canada, and is to be used as a packet and freight boat, plying between Port Arthur and Montreal. All wish the genial "Charlie" the best of good luck in his new berth.

Elected Their Officers - At a special meeting of the marine firemen, held on Monday evening, the following officers were elected: President, F. Gallagher; first vice-president, A. Bell; committee, A. Mitchell, E. Thogell; W. Allan; L. Layne; P. Dee; G. Southern; J. Anderson; L. Willey; J. Ryan. Additional officers will be elected at the next regular meeting.

p.8 Wants Local Boat - C. Solman, owner of a steamboat ferry at Toronto, was in the city yesterday, with Inspector Evans, of Toronto, looking around for a steamer to join his fleet until a new boat he is having built is ready, next autumn. It is understood he would like to get one of the Folger boats.

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