p.8 Masters' and Mates' Association - The following have been elected officers of the Masters' and Mates' Association, Kingston Council No. 7: Master, Capt. J. Hurley; past master, Capt. John Doyle; secretary and treasurer, Capt. George Hunter; first officer, Capt. Frank Lawrence; watchman, Capt. Archibald McDonald; lookout, Capt. W.J. Murphy; auditors, Capts. John Scott and James Murray; sick committee, Capts. Booth, Martin and Doyle; investigating committee, Capts. Staley, Mills and Corkey.
Incidents of the Day - On Thursday afternoon at two o'clock, the adjourned sittings of the admiralty court will open at the court house, before Judge Hodgins, Toronto. The case against C. Wegner, owner of the steamer Albani, will again come up for trial.
Jan. 30, 1908
p.1 Purchased A Schooner - Capt. Chauncey Daryaw of Kingston was in Picton on Wednesday, and purchased the schooner William Jamieson from James Savage.
p.8 Incidents of the Day - The adjourned sitting of the admiralty court was to have opened at the court house, this afternoon, before Judge Hodgins, of Toronto, but the cases were settled out of court. C.A. Wegner, owner of the steamer Albani, paid the account of Selby & Youlden, and also paid the costs of court. The other claims against the boat have also been settled.
Jan. 31, 1908
p.8 Incidents of the Day - Capt. John Donnelly has returned from Lake Nipissing, where he went to inspect, for the underwriters, a steamer burned to the water's edge recently.