p.2 Barge Coteau Released - from Howe Island by Calvin co. using jacks.
p.5 In Marine Circles - barge Cornwall released.
-work on gov't boat at Kingston Shipbuilding Co. delayed by lack of material from Collingwood.
-str. Turret Cape stranded on Middle Bank, Lake Huron; Maggie L.
p.7 Tall Grain Elevator - at Ogdensburg.
p.8 To Winter at Ogdensburg - 30 vessels of Hall and Ogdensburg Coal and Towing Co. and Rutland line.
Kingston Daily Standard, Nov. 21, 1911
p.1 TURRET CAPE STRANDED
Owen Sound, Nov. 21st - The tug Harrison has arrived in port, having on board Captain John Wharry and the crew of the stranded steamer Turret Cape, which went ashore on Middle Bank, "the grave-yard of the lakes," near Cove Island, last Friday night in a terrific storm. All of the crew are safe and little the worse for their experience.
The Turret Cape is of about 2,000 tons burden and carried a crew of eighteen men. Her officers were Capt. Wharry, Owen Sound; Mate, F. Lawrence, Kingston; second mate, R.C. Whiteside, Owen Sound; engineer, Geo. Adams, Owen Sound; second engineer, H. Shouldice, Owen Sound. Several of the sailors also belonged to Kingston.
Is A Fine Steamer - Dalhousie City, 215' x 38', in drydock.
p.2 Will Raise Sunken Barge - Capt. Hinckley, Oswego, received the contract to raise the M.T. Co. barge Davey (sic - Davie), which is sunk near Point Vivian. The Donnelly Wrecking Co. never tried to raise the barge as stated. It is understood the price asked to raise the boat is $6,000.
p.5 M.I. - barge Coteau and Cornwall released from shoal at Howe Island.