The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), 7 Jan 1907

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p.5 Will It Sell - rumor that C.P.R. intends to absorb the R. & O. Navigation company; it would have to go before the shareholders of the company. [Montreal Witness]

p.6 A Big Breakwater - Work Done and Hoped For At Cape Vincent, N.Y. - detailed history and description of work done to date. (2/3 column) [Watertown, N.Y., Standard]

Wolfe Island, Jan. 5th - The steamer Wolfe Islander, after being in her winter quarters, as it was thought, for a week or more, has again started running and is now making regular trips to Garden Island. Last year, on January 25th, she made a trip to the foot of the island, her usual Thursday trip. On January 31st, 1906 she made a special trip to Amherst Island. On February 2nd, 1906, she reached both wharves and was her last day to run. On the same date the Pierrepont went to Cape Vincent.

p.8 Body Found - Wiarton, Jan. 7th - body found on east side of Christian Islands, wearing life preserver from steamer Jones.

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    Latitude: 44.22976 Longitude: -76.48098
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British Whig (Kingston, ON), 7 Jan 1907