The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), 9 Mar 1911


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p.2 For Cape Vincent Route - looking at str. Newsboy at Duluth.

New Directors Appointed - Thousand Island & St. Lawrence River Steamboat Co. - W.J. Douglas resigns, 2 new directors added.

March 10, 1911

p.2

APPOINTMENTS MADE.

On Vessels Of The Montreal Transportation Company.

The Montreal Transportation Company announced the list of appointments on steamers, tugs, lake schooners and river barges, as follows, for the season 1911:

Steamers: Advance, Capt. Martin Olsen, Kingston; engineer, M.J. Sherman, Kingston; Fairmount, Capt. P.C. Telfer, Owen Sound; engineer, George Fleming, Kingston; Glenmount, Capt. H. Peters, Halifax, N.S.; engineer, T.G. Bishop, Kingston; Kinmount, Capt. John Wood, Port Dalhousie; engineer, R. Taylor, Kingston; Rosemount, Capt. James Keoch, Nottawa; engineer, W.S. Greenhill, Kingston; Stormount, Capt. H.N. McMaster, Toronto; engineer, H. McClymont, Kingston; Westmount, Capt. C. Milligan, St. Catharines; engineer, W.C. Spencer, Kingston; Windsor, Capt. John Doyle, Kingston; engineer, R.W. Hepburn, Kingston.

Tugs - Bartlett, Capt. Luke Mallan, Cardinal; engineer, L.E. Spencer, Kingston; D.G. Thomson, Capt. T. O'Connor, Kingston; engineer, J.B. Lappan, Kingston; Emerson, Capt. A. Lepine, Jr., Ste. Anne de Bellevue, Que.; engineer, George Henderson, Kingston; Glide, Capt. Wm. Phelix, Garden Island; engineer, R. Knight, Kingston; H.F. Bronson, Capt. J.B. Desgroseillier, Cascades Point; engineer, M. Dorey, Kingston; Mary P. Hall, Capt. A. Lepine, Sr., Pointe Claire; engineer, C.A. Stillson, Bouck's Hill; Mary, Capt. A. Renaud, Montreal; engineer, Joseph Lamoreaux, Kingston.

Lake Schooners - Hamilton, Capt. F. Compeau, Kingston; Quebec, Capt. Rob't Siddell, Kingston; Ungava, C. Sauve, Kingston.

River Barges - captains, Augustus, Peter Lalonde, Valleyfield; Brighton, Tim Hebert, Montreal; Bella, T.J. Leduc, Valleyfield; Coteau, C. Lebeouf, Jr., Valleyfield; Cornwall, Louis Benoit, Kingston; Condor, Fred. Lalonde, Valleyfield; Cobourg, A. St. Marseille, Cascades Point; Dunmore, Israel Daoust, Montreal; Dorchester, Leon Degros, Montreal; Dakota, Antoine Lalonde, Valleyfield; Davie, Geo. T. Monette, Sr., Valleyfield; Ethel, Adelard Cadieux, Montreal; Huron, Wilfred Langevin, Valleyfield; Hector, A. Major, Valleyfield; Hiawatha, Narcisse Lafrance, Cascades Point; Hilda, Wm. Lalonde, Kingston; Iowa, Frank Marier, Cedars; Jennie, Jos. Monette, Valleyfield; John Gaskin, Fred. Hebert, Montreal; Kingston, Moise Moreau, Cedars; Kildonan, Wm. Leduc, Ste. Justine Station; Lapwing, Jos. Leduc, Valleyfield; Montreal, Paul Benoit, Valleyfield; Muskoka, Epalma Moreau, Montreal; Melrose, Alex. Hebert, Montreal; Mamie, Fardina Mallette, Fassett, Labelle; Nadine, Truffle Daoust, Valleyfield; Selkirk, C. Leboeuf, Sr., Valleyfield; Thrush, Julues Hebert, Valleyfield; Valencia, Max Lefebvre, Montreal, Winnipeg, Nelson Mallette, Cornwall.

March 11, 1911

p.1 The Welland - Is To Be Enlarged, Hon. G.P. Graham Says -

p.5 Aids To Navigation - Dominion Marine Association committee on aids to navigation has decided to request that the gas buoy near Lachine wharf, removed last season, should be replaced; that the Murray canal be lighted; that the entrance to the Murray canal at Brighton be improved; that a general system be adopted which will distinguish the top of port and starboard buoys, even at substantial distances and in doubtful light; that the Niagara shoal gas and bell buoy be replaced; that men be provided to take lines at the entrances to all the St. Lawrence canals; and that day ranges be erected to lead down the centre of the Rapide du Plat near Morrisburg. The committee will press for the immediate construction of ranges at the outer entrance to Kingston harbor. It decided not to endorse the request for the dredging of the Wolfe Island canal.


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Date of Publication:
9 Mar 1911
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  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 44.22976 Longitude: -76.48098
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British Whig (Kingston, ON), 9 Mar 1911