The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), 18 Jul 1911

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p.1 Smallpox on Steamer Rosemount - at Montreal.

p.4 No Ore Yet Shipped By Ontario Exploration Co. - from mine at Wilbur; branch line of K. & P.R.R. to Collins Bay abandoned; will not build long pier at Collins Bay; may use Richardson's wharf.

p.5 To Come To Kingston - To Investigate The Sinbad Affair - went aground at Chicoutimi.

Caspian In Dock - had to take both wheels off to get through bridge.

Marine Paragraphs - steamer Keywest stopped, last night, on her way up;

-Another start was made by the Calvin Company to release the barge Davy (sic - Davie) of the Montreal Transportation company's fleet. One of the Montreal Transportation company's tugs and the two tugs which the Calvin company brought from Ottawa for that purpose, went down and commenced to work at her again today. The lifting of her requires the services of two powerful tugs and she has to be lifted bodily.

-Andrews, Keewatin.

p.6 Repairs To A Dredge - gov't dredge Ottawa towed into Gananoque by gov't tug Beaver for repairs - working on deepening Canadian waterway in this section.

Kingston Daily Standard, July 18, 1911

p.2 M.I. -

Repairing Caspian -

p.8 Norseman Removed - The steamer Norseman, which was recently sold by the sheriff to S. Langbort and S. Palmer, was removed from the Kingston Shipbuilding Company's dock to the Locomotive Works dock today. The reason for the removal was that the company needs its dock for other boats.

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    Latitude: 44.22976 Longitude: -76.48098
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British Whig (Kingston, ON), 18 Jul 1911