p.4 Marine Engineers Left - A number of the engineers for the Montreal Transportation company left on Saturday to fit out the vessels for the season's work. The men leaving Saturday will take charge of the steamers Fairmount and Stormount, at Goderich, the Westmount at Collingwood, and the Kinmount at Midland.
March 21, 1911
A VESSEL IN SIGHT
This morning John Donnelly sighted the steamer McCormack, owned by Capt. Gus Hinckley, of Oswego, N.Y., a few miles outside Nine Mile Point. He saw the smoke of a vessel and secured his glasses and found the boat to be the McCormack, which had evidently run across the lake to see what the ice conditions were over this way. The McCormack is to do work at the steamer Sharples, which went ashore on the Galoup Islands, off Sackett's Harbor, late last fall, and which could not be floated at the time owing to adverse weather conditions.
p.5 Death of Capt. John McAvoy, a former resident of Kingston, at Chicago.
Have Busy Season - Walter J. Douglas, general manager of Folger boats, making plans.
Ready For Opening - marine men on the move; good cooks are scarce.
p.6 Wolfe Island Council - Resolved that necessary steps be taken to have false sides and other necessary repairs put on steamer Wolfe Islander. Steamboat accounts paid: James Crawford, one month captain, $50; R. Mullin, one month engineer, $66.66.
Days Episodes - Capt. James Stitt has arrived from Montreal, to take charge of the tug Hackett.