The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), 7 Jul 1911


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p.5 KEYSTORM IS AFLOAT

The Donnelly Wrecking company, of Kingston, succeeded at noon on Thursday in releasing the steamer Keystorm of Montreal, which ran ashore at the entrance to Cardinal canal last Sunday night. The Keystorm was enroute from Astabula to Montreal, with coal, and lost its bearings for a few moments when smoke obscured the entrance at the turn. The Donnelly company's wrecking steamer and barge reached the scene of the accident on Monday night, and the next two days were spent in lightering 700 tons of coal. When this was done, the Keystorm responded to pulling by the Donnelly. The steamer was out six feet forward in blue clay, and was practically undamaged. It proceeded to Montreal. The lightered coal will be sent down after her. The steamer Donnelly arrived back early this morning. John Donnelly, who was in charge of the work, arrived back here, on Thursday afternoon.

Late Marine News

The schooner Cornelia cleared for Charlotte.

The schooner Ford River, loaded with feldspar, will clear tonight for Charlotte.

The steamer Stormount, grain laden, from Fort William, is due to lighter on Monday.

The steamer Sowards cleared with the schooner Maize on Thursday night for Charlotte.

The steambarge John Randall cleared for Washburn, with grain from Richardson's elevator.

The steamer Advance passed down, Thursday night, loaded with grain from Fort William, but did not stop here.

The steamer Buena Vista cleared from Crawford's wharf, Friday morning, with passengers and freight, for Rideau canal ports.

M.T. Co's elevator - The tug Emerson arrived from Welland canal, with the barge Ungava, coal laden, and cleared with Ungava and two grain barges, for Montreal; the tug Bartlett is due to arrive in the afternoon, with one coal barge, from Lake Erie.

At Swift's wharf - Steamers Toronto and North King passed down and up, today, on river trip; steamer Rideau Queen due from Ottawa this evening; steamer City of Hamilton stopped on her way down this morning, and discharged freight; the steamer Britannic is due to pass up tonight.

Steamer Sinbad went in the Kingston dry-dock, this morning, for repairs.

p.10 death of Capt. Ralph Gleason at Watertown, master of str. Georgetown, had sailed Lambert and Robert Wallace of the Wolvin Line.

Kingston Daily Standard, July 7, 1911

p.4 Pleasure Boats - by Davis Shipbuilding Co.

p.5 Yachting Budget - K.Y.C.

p.8 Keystorm Released -


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Date of Publication:
7 Jul 1911
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KN.17962
Language of Item:
English
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 44.22976 Longitude: -76.48098
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Rick Neilson
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British Whig (Kingston, ON), 7 Jul 1911