The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), 21 Mar 1901

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p.1 From The Lake to the Sea - steam yacht Catherine C. built at Wyandotte, Michigan, now at Oswego, to be taken to Bar Harbor, Maine.

p.2 Will Demand Increased Wages - longshoremen's union.

p.3 New Lake Boat Ordered - sidewheel steamer for Detroit-Toledo route.

March 22, 1901

p.2 Incidents of the Day - The repairs to Snake Island lighthouse exceeded the appropriation by $600. The amount set apart for the work was $4000, and the outlay was $4600.

Will Make It Lively - The approaching summer is apt to be a very lively and interesting one in yachting circles. The Verona will again be in the harbor, it being now owned by Dr. Black. This fast little yacht was built by Weir, of Hamilton, the same firm that built the Kestrel, owned by Mr. Knopff, Milton Island. The two yachts are great rivals; in fact, the Verona was built to beat the Kestrel. There will be some interesting races between them this season.

March 23, 1901

p.2 The Win Did Not Count - ice yachts from Cape Vincent and Kingston compete for Walker Cup.

p.5 To Fit Out The Boat - new excursion boat being built at Davis & Sons' dry dock for J.A. Roys, Princess Street. The boat when completed will cost over $10,000, and will be capable of carrying between 350 and 400 passengers.....

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    Latitude: 44.22976 Longitude: -76.48098
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British Whig (Kingston, ON), 21 Mar 1901