The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), 19 Jan 1907

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p.2 Boat Bought By M.T. Co. - The Montreal Transportation company, yesterday, purchased the steamer Winona, lately owned by R.O. and A.B. McKay, of Hamilton. This steamer was wrecked on Georgian Bay, and taken over by the underwriters, whose representative sold her at Cleveland, after an advertised sale. The Winona is a new steel steamer, 253 feet long and 43 feet wide. She will be taken to Collingwood in the spring for repairs.

Address By John Donnelly - Yesterday afternoon on invitation of the Engineering Society of Queen's, John Donnelly, M.E., gave an interesting talk before that body on "The Laying of Submerged Intake Pipe," describing clearly all the operations. Mr. Donnelly has had much experience in this kind of work. The society passed a vote of thanks to the lecturer for his valuable talk.

The Marine Lecture - Last evening Capt. Thomas Donnelly continued his lectures at the Marine school, and gave much valuable information on "The Rules of the Road." There was a very large attendance, the lecture room being filled to its utmost capacity to hear the silver-tongued marine expert of Kingston.

p.12 The Hidden Treasure - Sunken Wealth Beneath Waters Of The Great Lakes. (2 columns)

p.14 Two Girls The Hardiest of Lake Erie's Fishers - Kate Matthews and Bertha Miggs of fishing sloop Hope; fish out of Huron, and live near Conneaut, Ohio. (3/4 page with photos)

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    Latitude: 44.22976 Longitude: -76.48098
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British Whig (Kingston, ON), 19 Jan 1907