The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), 16 Jan 1912

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Jan. 18, 1912

p.2 Court of Appeal - Meaford Elevator Co. vs Playfair - str. Mount Stephen, by breaking of mooring line, damaged marine leg of their elevator; str. Kinmount also involved.

p.4 The Welland's Enlargement - editorial.

Jan. 19, 1912


Some Good Work Done On A Winter Wrecking Job

Word was received in the city today, to the effect that the barge Davie had been raised, at Alexandria Bay, and that the Kingston men who have been employed on the job would return home on Saturday. The barge, which is owned by the Montreal Transportation company, will be towed to Kingston just as soon as navigation opens. The work of raising the barge was commenced several weeks ago and has resulted in great success.

p.5 A Winter Fleet - list of 17 vessels laid up at Fort William and Port Arthur.

Dumped Into The Water - while cutting ice around barge.

Jan. 20, 1912

p.1 Port Colborne Plans - $220,00 to deepen harbor and extend breakwater.

-Capt. James W. Green, lake captain, died in Port Huron, Mich.

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    Latitude: 44.22976 Longitude: -76.48098
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British Whig (Kingston, ON), 16 Jan 1912