British Whig (Kingston, ON), 13 Dec 1902
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p.1 To Have Big Works - C.P.R. wants to build a large fleet of freight and passenger steamers for lakes, will back Bertrams of Toronto to build new plant facilities, possibly at Sandwich.
p.5 Loss of Bannockburn - Detroit, Dec. 12th - theory advanced that she was previously strained.
Had To Run Back - The M.T. company steamer Glengarry arrived back Friday night with the barge Augustus, coal laden for Toronto. She was unable to get up the lake on account of the thick steam rising from the water. When the weather moderates, another endeavor may be made. The Glengarry is commanded by Capt. Woods, a cousin of the captain of the ill-fated S.S. Bannockburn.
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes