Internation Transportation Company: 0050.0287

 

THE POPULAR

ROUTE TO .   .   .   .

          EAST KOOTENAY!

                   _________

The large and commodious Steamers

 

        NORTH STAR

                           AND

            J.D. FARRELL

 

CAPACITY:  :  :  :

                One hundred passengers and one

                hundred and fifty tons freight each

 

        Will open the navigation season on the

                                Kootenay River from

       JENNINGS, MONTANA,

                        -- ON THE—

            GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY

                      For all points in East Kootenay

 

About      :       April 20th.

                _______

    For passenger and freight rates address the

companies’ agent at Jennings, Montana, or the

FORT STEELE MERCANTILE CO.,

       Fort Steele or Wardner, B,C,

 

INTERNATIONAL TRANSPORTATION CO.

KOOTENAY RIVER TRANSPORTATION CO.

 

 

 

 

0050.0287: Internation Transportation Company

Two large and commodious steamers with one hundred passenger and one hundred and fifty tons freight capacity on each, to open navigation season soon.

Medium:  Manuscript - Text
Date:  August 4, 1898
Pages:  4
Publisher:  Cranbrook Herald
Collection:  Columbia Basin Institute (0050)

Keywords:

popular route steamers passengers freight navigation railway transportation

Subjects:

Transportation arrow Boats arrow SS J.D. Farrellarrow
Transportation arrow Boats arrow SS North Stararrow
Transportation arrow Companies arrow International Transportation Co.arrow
Transportation arrow Companies arrow Kootenay River Transportation Co.arrow
Cities arrow Fort Steele arrow Businesses arrow Retailers arrow Fort Steele Mercantilearrow
Cities arrow Wardner arrow Businesses arrow Retailers arrow Fort Steele Mercantile Co.arrow
Physical Features arrow Rivers arrow Kootenay Riverarrow

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