British Whig (Kingston, ON), 2 Aug 1911
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p.1 Sale For Fish - Looking For the U.S. Market - Canadian fishermen hoping for reciprocity - Cape Vincent the present headquarters of the Booth fisheries on the lake.
Seven Drown - steamer Sirus (sic - Sirius ?) capsizes near Cornwall.
p.2 Damaged the Jessie Bain - hit by bow of Katie Eccles.
p.5 Rivalry Between the Boats - Rideau Queen, Rideau King and Buena Vista race to Kingston Mills trying to get through locks first.
Steambarge Aground - Jeska aground near Barker's Point, Cataraqui River.
Kingston Daily Standard, Aug. 2, 1911
p.1 Seven Lives Lost - steamyacht Sirus capsized near Ogdensburg.
p.5 Boats In Collision - schr. Katie Eccles Rams Str. Jessie Bain -
p.7 M.I. -
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes