The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), 6 Mar 1911

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p.2 Appointed To The Command - Capt. James Martin, a well-known Kingstonian, and a skilful mariner, has been engaged to command the steamer Caspian for the Lake Ontario & Bay of Quinte Navigation company. Capt. Martin was last year engaged with the Ogdensburg, N.Y. fleet. He is well versed in Bay of Quinte and Lake Ontario navigation.



On Monday morning, the Calvin Company, Garden Island, gave out the names of the men who will be in charge of the vessels this summer. The list follows:

Steamer Prince Rupert - Captain, Patrick Sullivan; engineer, Robert Veech.

Steamer Simla - Captain, James Ewart; engineer, D. Simons.

Steamer India - Captain, Charles Coons; engineer, Thomas C. Smith.

Barge Burma - Captain, John Ferguson.

Barge Ceylon - Captain, Charles Beaupre.

Steamer Chieftain - Captain, Charles E. Phelix; engineer, Thomas Gray.

Steamer Parthia - Captain, David Lefave; engineer, George Sauve.

Tug Frontenac - Captain, John Harris; engineer, Thomas Compeau.

March 7, 8, 1911


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    Latitude: 44.22976 Longitude: -76.48098
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British Whig (Kingston, ON), 6 Mar 1911