The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), 26 Jul 1911

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p.2 Storm On the River - vessels couldn't land at Clayton or other ports, wind estimated at 40 m.p.h.

-str. McVittie of Ogdensburg Coal & Towing Co. fleet, to start carrying coal between Oswego and Montreal; recently purchased from Rutland Co. to make into coal carrier.

p.6 Weather Was Fierce - on river.

The Calvin wrecking company is still working on the barge Davie down the river where she sank. The recent storm delayed the work considerably but it is expected that she will be floated in a couple of days.

p.8 Canada Is On Top In Shipping Trade - surplus of tonnage among U.S. boats.

Kingston Daily Standard, July 26, 1911

p.1 The Kingston's Narrow Escape - hit dock at Alexandria Bay.

p.2 Storm On The River - str. Toronto, schooner Charles Marshall.

p.6 M.I. -

p.8 Tied Steamer To A Tree - Buena Vista on Rideau.

Steamers Had Hard Time - Kingston and Toronto.

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    Latitude: 44.22976 Longitude: -76.48098
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British Whig (Kingston, ON), 26 Jul 1911