The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), 19 Jul 1911

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p.2 Tow Norseman To Montreal - The steamer Norseman, sold last week by sheriff's sale for $1,000, will likely be towed to Montreal and cut up for junk. It would cost $10,000 to put her into any kind of shape for freight carrying, as the wear of half a century has told upon it in a marked way. It is expected that her new owners will be able to scrap her parts of value for $3,000..

Damage Very Small - The Caspian Did Not Strike On A Rock - struck on old wreck; checked by hull inspector M.R. Davis.

p.5 I.M.C. - str. Riverside, Capt. Byron Estes, and str. Castanet in collision at Alexandria Bay.

A Costly Motor Boat - Ataska II at Alexandria Bay.

Movement of Vessels - Andrews, Eccles.

-The Calvin company is still working on the barge Davy (sic - Davie), ashore down the river. It will be a big job to raise the boat, but officials of the company expect to be able to do the job all right.

Kingston Daily Standard, July 19, 1911

p.7 Small Pox On Steamer - Rosemount at Montreal.

p.8 M.I. - The steamer Norseman was moved yesterday afternoon from the Kingston Shipbuilding Company's dock to the Cereal Company's dock, where her machinery will be taken out and sold for junk.

Typhoid On Steamers - Board of Health should inspect steamers coming into harbor.

Workmen Returning To Collingwood - 30 employees from shipbuilding company have been assisting in repairing the str. Sinbad.

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    Latitude: 44.22976 Longitude: -76.48098
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British Whig (Kingston, ON), 19 Jul 1911