British Whig (Kingston, ON), 7 May 1912
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p.1 Want Order Rescinded - that lets Welland Canal remain open on Sundays.
p.5 Heavy Fog Last Night - steambarge Robert Anglin, owned by Joseph Petrillia ?, sprung a leak and sank with cargo of sand in Rideau about a mile above Hog's Back.
p.6 Seized A Night Line - ferry boat Yennek converted from steam to gasoline.
p.8 Arcadia Floated - Ogdensburg, N.Y., May 7th - Capt. John Bonard, Ogdensburg, with a party of wreckers succeeded in raising the barge Arcadia, owned by the M.T. Co., which two years ago, while running Galop Rapids, broke loose from a tug and went aground in the St. Lawrence river, near Ogden Island. The barge was abandoned to the underwriters and several attempts to raise her failed. After being repaired in drydock at Cornwall the barge will be towed to Montreal.
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes