British Whig (Kingston, ON), 9 Jan 1911
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NEW BOATS FOR 1911
Davis dry dock company has a number of orders; 50-60 men employed;
The company has under construction a composite steamer, 100 feet long, 18 foot beam, 6 1/2 foot deep, equipped with Fitzgibbon's boiler and fore and aft compound engine; to be used on Rideau Canal, owned by Capt. A. Foster; building machinery for a 60 foot tug for Quebec; steamer New Island Wanderer being rebuilt.
Jan. 10, 1911
p.5 Canada's Shipbuilding - address by Capt. Alexander McDougall, President of the Collingwood Shipbuilding company at launching of steamer Emperor. (2/3 column)
p.8 That Roller Boat - Knapp's boat in courts; in the winter of 1906 broke loose at Toronto and damaged Turbinia.
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes