British Whig (Kingston, ON), 22 Oct 1906
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p.1 A Sad Death - man drowns off scow Parmelia, three miles from Kingston; boom struck him when scow veered after rudder broke.
MOTOR BOATS LIKED.
Dr. D.A. Black was the first Kingstonian to own one; brought one back from St. Joseph, Mich., seven years ago; now about seventy-five ranging in size from twelve to forty-five feet; built here by Kingston boat company, Bowman Bros., and by Davidson & Sons
Craig's wharf: propellor Persia up Saturday night; steamer Alexandria down tonight.
Richardsons': schooner Queen of the Lakes arrived from Whitby with barley; steamer Navajo from Montreal with local freight.
Swift's wharf: steamer Belleville up Saturday night; steamer Hamilton down Saturday night; steamer Picton down tonight; steamer Rideau King cleared this morning for Ottawa; schooner Clara cleared for Sodus to load coal.
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes