p.5 Incidents of the Day - Capt. McDougall, of the C.P.R. lake steamer Athabasca, was presented on Saturday with a gold watch and chain, the gift of the president of the United States, for his heroic conduct in saving thirteen lives on Lake Superior on the 29th of June last.
p.6 To Enquire Into Recent Wreck - The commission appointed to investigate into the wreck of the schooner Marine City in Lake Huron, off Goderich, last fall, by which four men lost their lives, will hold its first meeting at Kingston next Saturday. The commissioners are commander Spain, R.N. chairman; E. Adams, chairman of the board of the board of steamboat inspection and P. Harty, lighthouse inspector. From Kingston the commissioners may have to go on to Goderich.
Jan. 24, 1902
p.2 To Open Tomorrow - The investigation into the schooner Marine City disaster will open in the city hall tomorrow morning at ten o'clock. The proceedings will be public. The use of the city council chamber was desired, but as it will be used as one of the booths for registration, the city hall had to be taken. It is thought that after formally opening proceedings an adjournment for a few days will be agreed to.
p.5 News of the District - A gang of fifty men are making the annual repairs on the Rutland line boats at Ogdensburg. About $20,000 will be expended. The steamers Haskell, Frost, Governor Smith, Prince and James, in the fleet, are wintering at Ogdensburg. Repairs will also be made to the boilers of the Whittaker, Omaha, and Monteagle.