British Whig (Kingston, ON), 18 Jan 1901
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p.2 Will Build A Boat - Capt. A.R. Hinckley will build at Chaumont, N.Y. this winter a steam barge of somewhat larger dimensions than the J.G. Nichols. The boat will be finished by the opening of navigation in the spring.
p.3 Capt. Anderson Buried - at Deseronto; list of captains who were pallbearers.
Thomas Donnelly Spoke.
at a meeting of Lake Carriers at Detroit. ...."Thomas Donnelly, Kingston, Ont., chief inspector of the Inland Lloyds Company of Canada, addressed the meeting in behalf of securing the lake carriers' co-operation in obtaining uniformity of laws governing navigation in the United States and Canada. Mr. Donnelly spoke also of the need of establishing a light at Point Pelee. The questions were referred to the committee on legislation."
Death of Capt. Corrigan - sailed on steamers of R. & O. line as mate.
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes