The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), 6 Jan 1911

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p.5 Working On Quarantine Boat - at dry dock.

Jan. 7, 1911

p.1 Marine Men Must Move - to take up residence in U.S., or cannot get licenses to work on American boats.

p.2 Death of George Dix - sail maker at Toronto, born on Garden Island, brother of Capts. James and Joseph Dix.

Fire On Schooner Lydon - Capt. R.S. Clift, of Montreal, marine surveyor, was in the city today, representing the North British Fire Insurance Company, and paid a visit to the schooner Mary Ann Lydon, which was partially destroyed by fire, and the loss was adjusted. The damage was placed at about $3,200. John Donnelly represented the owner, Capt. Matthew Patterson.

Require More Land - Ontario Exploration Syndicate want to build iron smelter; want city council to help with land for shipping and smelting purposes, and for deepening of lower harbor and widening of Cataraqui draw bridge.

p.8 First To Cross - Was Veteran Bill Card - Wolfe Islander laid up at Garden Island for winter, on Jan. 4th.

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    Latitude: 44.22976 Longitude: -76.48098
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British Whig (Kingston, ON), 6 Jan 1911