The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), 14 Nov 1911

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p.1 Cedar Rapids Plan Approved - for power company.

p.3 Delayed By Storm (I.M.C.) - The barge Norseman, which was sunk off the Grove Inn, has been stripped of her rigging, which is being sold to pay expenses.

-The tug Frontenac, of the Calvin company, left on Tuesday morning for Melville's, Howe Island, where a couple of the barges of the M.T. Co. broke away from the tug Bronson and ran aground.

- Ford River, Maize.

The Worst in Years - weather on lakes.

p.6 At Mercy of Waves - Capt. Alexander Potter, mate of str. Pierrepont, in rowboat.

Another Heavy Gale - Ford River Sheltered at Snake Island -

Had To Turn Back - steel freighters at Nine Mile Point.

Kingston Daily Standard, Nov. 14, 1911

p.3 M.I. - The steamer Keystorm grounded on Coteau Lake on Sunday, but was pulled off by the steamer Keywest a sister ship of the same line.

p.8 M.I. - Buena Vista gets centreboard.

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    Latitude: 44.22976 Longitude: -76.48098
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British Whig (Kingston, ON), 14 Nov 1911