The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), 14 Mar 1908

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Little Change In The Mackay Fleet.

Hamilton, March 14th - The boats owned by the several steamship companies that are managed by R.O. & A.B. Mackay, which are in winter quarters at several points on the great lakes, are being made ready for the season's business, and their officers have taken charge of them. The boats and their officers are:

Neepawah - Capt. Oliver Patenaude; chief engineer, George Tryen.

Wahcondah - Capt. James Woolner; chief engineer, Robert Bell.

Rosedale - Capt. J.L. Baxter; chief engineer, Alexander Forbes.

Dunelm - Capt. James Grant; chief engineer, James Nicol.

Glenellah - Capt. Robert Mackay; chief engineer, John Robertson.

Dundee - Capt. Zealand; chief engineer, James Andrew.

Strathcona - Capt. John Irving; chief engineer, Samuel Jones.

Donnacona - Capt. J.W. Mawdesley; chief engineer, A.E.D. Mackay.

Winona - Capt. Benjamin Garvie; chief engineer, J.L. Campbell.

Dundurn - Capt. Robert Cooney; chief engineer, John Morris.

p.3 Capt. William Dulmage will sail the steamer Reliance for Hepburn Bros. this season. Capt. Nelson Palmateer will be mate.

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British Whig (Kingston, ON), 14 Mar 1908