British Whig (Kingston, ON), 29 Jul 1911
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p.1 One Survivor - Crew of Ten Sailors Perished - Foundered At Sea - str. John Irwin on way to Halifax.
p.3 Gananoque - coal schr. Britton cleared for Oswego; Capt. Pomatier (sic) resigned position, she is now under command of Capt. I. Folger.
p.8 I.M.C. - Dundee; str. Geronia in trouble on Lake Huron.
Kingston Daily Standard, July 29, 1911
p.1 Steamer Lost - The John Irwin - 10 Perish -
p.2 $100 For Rescuers - to crew of str. Kingston.
p.5 Derelicts In Dead Man's Bay - Complaints are made about the derelicts which are in Dead Man's Bay. Now that the water is low even skiffs strike the logs. The timbers of the hulks are just below the water and are dangerous to gasoline launches.
p.8 Her Cargo Listed - Wahcondah.
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes