p.2 Incidents of the Day - Capt. Mahoney, of the sloop Pilot, is having his vessel put into shape for the season's work.
March 16, 1911
p.1 Missing Boats - tug Silver Spray of Erie, Pa., missing on Lake Erie.
p.8 Fire Engine Used - to pump water out of sloop Granger, owned by Bert Stansbury.
March 17, 1911
p.1 A Big Merger - Navigation Deal Will Be Put Through - Richelieu Company and Northern Navigation To Join Forces - Northern Navigation Co. bought majority of stock of Inland Navigation Co. several days ago.
p.8 King of the Rapids - Big John Canadian - Indian pilot guided steamers through rapids.
March 18, 1911
p.5 On Motor Boating - an article written by Robson Black, about Kingston, in March Canadian Power Boat
The Steamer Argyle Sold - The steamer Argyle will not likely ply on the north shore route this year, having been sold to the Grimsby Park company. The big steamer Eastlander, it is said, has been purchased by the recent owners of the Argyle at a cost of $175,000.
p.7 In Charge of Boats - Colborne, Ont., March 18th - Captain James Henderson has gone to Hamilton to take charge of the steamer Macassa, which is expected to open the season on Monday. Other captains that have secured boats for the season are: Captain C. Redfern, steamer Toronto; Captain W. Redfern, steamer Renvoyle; Captain Thomas Paddinton, steamer United Lumberman; Captain Nelson McGlennon, steamer Sequin; Captain James Shaw, steamer Belle of Temagini; Captain James Redfern, steamer John Rolph; Captain Thomas Matthews, schooner Winnie Wing.