British Whig (Kingston, ON), 16 Nov 1911
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p.4 Marine Notes - The barge Locke, well known in this port, was sunk in the Murray Canal, while coal laden and towed by the steamer John Rolph. The barge struck a dredge, which caused the accident. The barge was raised.
-tug Frontenac having difficulties with barges.
p.6 Insurance On St. Lawrence - Canadian organization may compete with Lloyds.
Kingston Daily Standard, Nov. 16, 1911
p.5 M.I. - Parthia to assist Frontenac, barge Locke raised in Murray canal.
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes