British Whig, Nov. 29, 1901
p.2 Incidents of the Day - The M.T. company is being sued for $600 damages to the yacht Nadia, smashed by a tow of the S.S. Bannockburn.
p.4 Ice Blocks The Bay - The cold weather of last night put quite a thick coating of ice on the bay, making it impossible for the steamer Ella Ross to get through to Belleville. By the help of a tug the steamer Deseronto ran regularly to and from Picton today.
p.6 Sailor Washed Overboard - Kincardine, Ont., Nov. 29th - The schooner White Oak, Kingston, from Chatham for Port Elgin, light, put in here this morning under stress of weather, having a rough night. One of her sailors, named McAulay, was washed overboard early this morning.
Pulled Off the Bar - The Knapp roller boat was pulled off the bar by a tug from Kingston and returned to her moorings in Prescott for the winter.
Incidents of the Day - M.T. company elevator: tug Thomson with barge Regina, which met with accident at Iroquois; tug Glide up with four barges.
John Newton, working aboard the steamer New York, received a cold dip yesterday. He had the misfortune to slip on the steamer's deck and plunge into the icy waters. Comrades pulled him out.