Sault Evening News (Sault Sainte Marie, MI), 3 Nov 1905
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Belonged to Kaliyuga
Bodies of two of its crew found yesterday
That of Cook Charles Laflamme Washed ashore at Southampton- The other at Port Elgin
Port Elgin Ont. Nov. 3.- The body of a man evidently from the steamer Kaliyuga, was found on the breakwater here yesterday. He had on a life preserver with the name of the ill-fated vessel. The man apparently 25 years old. He is 5 feet 7 inches in height and wears a dark moustache. In his pants pocket were found a $5 bill and a silver dollar of American money. The marine authorities at Port Huron have been communicated with and the body will be held for instructions.
Southampton, Ont. Nov 3
The body of Charles Laflamme, cook on the lost steamer Kaliyuga, was found on the beach here yesterday. The body was identified by papers found on it.
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- 3 Nov 1905
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- Randy Johnson
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