Transportation Company: 0054.0417


            Capt. J.W. Troup, manager of the C. & K.S.N. Co.’s boats, who came to this city Thursday night to attend a meeting of the Board of Trade, returned to his home in Nelson yesterday morning.


            The new boat of the C. & K.S.N. Company now being built at Nelson will be called the “Kokanee,” after the range of mountains near Nelson.  Nelson papers please copy.




C. & K.S.N. CO., LTD.


            Commencing Monday, March 16th, 1896, and until further order,


will leave Trail for Robson on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 8 a.m., where close connection will be made for Nakusp, Arrowhead, Nelson, Kaslo and Canadian Pacific Railway points, returning to Trail the same evening.

            The Lytton will leave Trail for Northport on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at 7 a.m., connecting with train for Spokane; returning leaves Northport at 1 p.m., arriving at Trail at 5 p.m., the same day.  For rates, tickets, etc., apply to local agents, or to F. Allan, Sec’y, Nelson, B.C.  

                                                                                                            J.W. TROUP, Mgr.


0054.0417: Transportation Company

Building of SS Kokanee and schedule of SS Lytton.

Medium:  Newspaper - Text
Date:  March 21, 1896
Pages:  3
Publisher:  Trail Creek News
Collection:  Columbia Basin Institute (0054)


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