British Whig (Kingston, ON), 15 Jan 1901
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p.1 Death of Capt. Anderson - Deseronto, Jan. 15th - Capt. Samuel Anderson, who has been seriously ill for some time, passed away at one o'clock this morning. He was well known, having been in the employ of the Deseronto Navigation Company for the past twenty-five years. The captain was in his seventy-sixth year. He leaves a wife, two daughters and four boys.
p.2 Incidents of the Day - Gus Hinckley, Cape Vincent, has sold the steambarge J.G. Nichols, and will build a new vessel.
The steamer Pierrepont continues her trips to the Island. The Cape Vincent passengers are taken over at noon.
The steamer Persia, destroyed by fire, is being rebuilt at Toronto. She will be practically a new boat with all modern improvements.
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes