The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), 27 Feb 1911

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p.4 Yachts Compared - new yacht Watertown will be three feet longer than Crescent; dimensions of two yachts compared. [Watertown, N.Y., Times]

p.5 Opening of Navigation - Pierrepont at Cape Vincent March 26th last year; steamer City of New York, laid up at Cobourg, may go to steamer Sharples to remove cargo.

Feb. 28, 1911

p.1 Charge Made Against Kingston Shipbuilding Company - workmen petition city council - local workers are supposed to be used according to agreement with city.

p.2 Another Ship Contract - Kingston Shipbuilding Co. to build steamer Bellechasse for lighthouse duty; to be 130 x 27 x 13.6 feet.

p.4 The Outlook Is Gloomy - for marine captains and engineers this year; Rutland company taken over.

p.5 H.S. Folger Sells Caprice - gasoline yacht sold to A.E. Knopf, N.Y., who owns Milton Island; to build boathouse.

Will Cost Big Sum - to put 80 foot swing bridge span in Cataraqui bridge for Ontario Exploration co.

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    Latitude: 44.22976 Longitude: -76.48098
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British Whig (Kingston, ON), 27 Feb 1911