British Whig (Kingston, ON), 12 Jan 1904
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p.1 Awful Death - Phillip Jarrell caught on shaft in new machine shop of M.T. Co.; was fireman on tug Walker when it foundered in 1898; brother is commander of str. North King.
p.2 Day's Episodes - Capt. Palmatier, of the schooner Collier, is having repairs made to his vessel, lying at the foot of Princess street. The craft suffered some damage by a gale last autumn.
This morning twenty-five men began work in the K. & M. Forwarding company's ship yard at Portsmouth, repairing barges and tugs.
Workmen are cutting ice from around the different steamers and vessels wintering along the harbor front.
p.8 Company Formed - to construct deep water ship canal between Lake St. Clair and Lake Erie. [Cleveland Leader]
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes