The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Midland Queen (Propeller), C110991, collision, 1 May 1906

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      Detroit, May 3. - The steamer WILLIAM G. MATHER, which was injured in a collision with the steamer MIDLAND QUEEN at Amherstburg, will be at the Ecorse yard several days for repairs. The damage is on the port side at the water line and five plates will be removed. The vessel will not be docked, but a small cofferdam will be placed around the injury.
      Buffalo Evening News
      Thursday, May 3, 1906

Detroit. -- The steamer MIDLAND QUEEN, which was in collision with the steamer W.G. MATHAR, arrived here today and went tp Wyandotte for repairs. It is estimated that twelve or fourteen plates around the bow will be taken off, all above the water line.
      Buffalo Evening News
      Tuesday, May 8, 1906

Propeller MIDLAND QUEEN. Official Canada No. 110991. Of 1,193 gross tons; 1,349 tons reg. Built Dundee, G. B., 1901. Home port, Toronto, Ont. 249.0 x 42.4 x 20.5 Of 124 horsepower. Owned by the Midland Navigation Co., Midland, Ont.
      List of Vessels on the Registry Books of the
      Dominion of Canada on December 31, 1905

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William R. McNeil
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Midland Queen (Propeller), C110991, collision, 1 May 1906