British Whig (Kingston, ON), 2 Dec 1907
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The marine department has arranged to have light houses on the lakes kept open as long as the Soo canal can be operated.
The steamer Kenora touched at the dry-dock, Saturday afternoon, to drop her pilot. She is bound west with a cargo of package freight.
The steamer J.W. Cole, used in the fishing trade during the summer, was pulled out on the ways at the Kingston foundry, today, and will be overhauled during the winter.
The tug Trudeau and government dredge Sir Richard arrived here on Saturday night from Prescott, after being engaged for the past few weeks at work around the C.P.R. wharf there.
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- Rick Neilson
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes