British Whig (Kingston, ON), 16 Jun 1911
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p.1 Made A Rescue - str. Eastern States disabled on Lake Erie, wireless signal picked up by str. Cleveland, which rescued crew.
p.5 To Race At Cape Vincent - Eastern Yacht Racing Association to hold annual regatta on July 15th.
p.6 Examined Hull - Ogdensburg, N.Y., June 16th - Divers examined the hull of the steel steamer George Davy (sic - Davie), of the Montreal Transportation company, which sank on Tuesday in fifty feet of water, after striking the lighthouse shoal near Clayton. Several plates were found to be pierced. The cargo of 50,000 bushels of corn is being pumped out and the steamer, it is expected, will be speedily raised. She is the fourth vessel to be wrecked on the shoal.
The Wolfe Islander - repairs to be completed in 2 weeks; Merrill, Maize.
To Burn Oil As Fuel - proposed for R. & O. boats.
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes