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Glengarry (Propeller), sunk, 15 Aug 1909

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Kingston, Ont., --The steamer GLENGARRY, which cleared from Richardson's elevator with 20,000 bushels of wheat, struck the pier of the bridge at Montreal and stove a hole in her side which caused her to sink. The steamer is owned by James Richardson & Sons.
      Buffalo Evening News
      August 16, 1909

Ogdensburg, Aug. 19. -- The steamer GLENGARRY with 20,000 bushels of wheat for export on board, struck a bridge pier while passing through the lachine Canal yesterday, a hole being rammed in her hull that caused her to sink in the canal. No loss of life nor injury to anyone as a result of the accident has been reported. The GLENGARRY was bound from Kingston to Montreal.
      Buffalo Evening News
      August 19, 1909

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Reason: sunk
Lives: nil
Freight: wheat
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William R. McNeil
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Glengarry (Propeller), sunk, 15 Aug 1909