The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), 11 Apr 1908

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p.1 There Is Bull Talk - Richelieu & Ontario Navigation stock is rising in price because of good business forecasts.

p.2 Do Excellent Work - Coward & Deane have a first-class boat factory in the Sydenham block house.


Marine Notes.

The schooner John Howard is expected at the spile dock on Sunday with coal from Oswego.

The steamers Islander and Wanderer have passed have passed the government inspection and are now ready for the season's work. The Wanderer was put on the Cape run today.

Capt. John Wood, of the steamer Glenmount arrived in the city today from Port Dalhousie.

The steamer Ames is being given a coat of paint. The vessel will soon be in shape for her first trip.

The schooner Ford River will probably clear tonight for Oswego.

Purchased By H.W. Richardson - H.W. Richardson has purchased the sailing yacht Kathleen from the local syndicate which built that boat last summer for international racing, and will likely have Lieut.-Col. Frank Strange to sail her again this season in the various yacht races at this end of the lake.

Day's Episodes - Col. Frank Strange's portrait, as well as the Kathleen shored up, appears in the April Rudder.

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    Latitude: 44.22976 Longitude: -76.48098
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British Whig (Kingston, ON), 11 Apr 1908