The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), 1 Aug 1911

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p.1 Arranging For A Great Lake Merger - R. & O., Niagara and Hamilton companies to unite with Northern Lake companies.

Growl From Cape Vincent - no steamers land here that travel up lake.

p.2 Set Out Flag Buoy - Owing to the low water a couple of the wrecks in Dead Man's Bay are noticeable and for this reason, and to safeguard the owners of motor boats, a flag buoy was placed on the danger spot.

p.3 I.M.C. - str. Dundee (sic), Maize, Major Ferry, Merrill, Andrews.

-The schooner Keewatin is at the penitentiary, with coal, from Charlotte.

-The schooner Charley Marshall loaded stone, at the penitentiary, for Toronto, and cleared today.

-Capt. John Corkey appointed on gov't steamer Bayfield while Capt. McQuaid ill.

p.5 Sailing Yacht Races -

Kingston Daily Standard, Aug. 1, 1911

p.7 M.I. - The machinery is being taken out of the steamer Norseman by her new owners. They expect to send her hull to Montreal in the course of a couple of weeks.

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    Latitude: 44.22976 Longitude: -76.48098
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British Whig (Kingston, ON), 1 Aug 1911