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Plain Dealer (Cleveland, OH), 6 Jul 1915, p. 17

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DETROIT. July 5.--Steamer Harvey D. Goulder, which went aground near the lower end of the Livingstone channel while downbound early Monday was released by the tug A. D. Harding of the Great Lakes Towing Co.

The tug Michigan left Monday afternoon with the lighter Rescue and steam pumps to go to the assistance of the lumber laden steamer Edward Buckley, which is reported aground and full of water off Colchester, Ont.

The tug A. C. Harding will leave Amherstburg for Buffalo, Tuesday morning, with the dredging outfit of the Empire Engineering corporation, which has completed widening the upper approach to the Livingstone channel.

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The rest of the marine column of this date was devoted to July 4th excursions that were cancelled because of the storm on that date.
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6 Jul 1915
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  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 41.933333 Longitude: -82.893055
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