The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), 8 Feb 1912


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p.1 Welland Canal Not Considered - minister of railways and canals, Hon. Frank Cochrane, denies story about money given for construction of Welland Canal.

p.3 Was A Great Success - Council No. 4, National Association of Marine Engineers put on social at Kingston.

p.5 Purchased The Toiler - the Inland Marine Lines are said to have bought it.

Feb. 9, 1912

nil

Feb. 10, 1912

p.5 Repairing Sharples - Capt. H.W. Baker bought it from underwriters for $35,000, towed to Port Huron, to go into Reid's dry dock there.

p.7 Held On Lake Ontario - races for George Cup.

p.8 Bought A Steambarge - Capt. I.B. Folger bought steambarge Robert McDonald from Capt. John Eves, of Amherst Island. It went ashore at Chaumont Bay last summer.

Feb. 12, 1912

p.1 Very Late Opening of Navigation -

Soon To Determine New Welland Route -

Feb. 13, 1912

p.2 Have Gone To Ottawa - deputation to attend meeting of Dominion Marine Ass.

p.3 Will Sail The Toiler - Capt. Abraham Malone, for several seasons he was in command of str. Prince Rupert.

p.8 W.F. Nickle Not Prepared - To Cancel Charter of Georgian Bay Co. -

Feb. 14, 1912

p.1 Merger Settlement - between R. & O. and Inland Navigation Co. reached.


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Date of Publication:
8 Feb 1912
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KN.18118
Language of Item:
English
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 44.22976 Longitude: -76.48098
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Rick Neilson
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British Whig (Kingston, ON), 8 Feb 1912