British Whig (Kingston, ON), 20 Jan 1911
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p.5 The partly burned steamer Ottawa still lies at the depot wharf at Cape Vincent. It is now the property of a marine insurance company. In the spring her machinery will be taken out. It is not expected that the craft will be rebuilt.
p.6 Withdrawn Seizure - on Travers' yacht.
Jan. 21, 1911
p.1 Say They Face Ruin - Michigan commercial fishermen claim the International Fishery Treaty will put them out of business.
p.5 Kingston Men Elected - At the annual meeting of the Dominion Marine Association, held in Montreal, H.W. Richardson and E.E. Horsey and Sandford Calvin were elected on the committee and Frances King was re-elected counsel for the association. The association placed itself on record as being opposed to the damming of the St. Lawrence river at the Long Sault rapids.
Will Be Beached - The steamer Dunelm, which has recently been at King's elevator, says a despatch from Port Arthur, will be beached. Owing to the ice around her, she will be unable to go on the dry dock until spring.
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes