The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), 27 May 1912

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p.5 I.M.C. - Julia B. Merrill.

p.8 A Great Lake Wave - at Wellington.

May 28, 1912

p.5 Traffic Was Tied Up (I.M.C.) - Donnellys working at Toiler.

May 29, 1912

p.1 Kingston's Companies in Steamboat Merger - The R. & O. Navigation Company Becomes Owner -

Safety on Great Lakes - meeting.

p.2 New Vessel Ready - Thousand Islander.

p.5 I.M.C. - Katie Eccles, Abbie L. Andrews.

May 30, 1912

p.2 Marine Notes -

Entering A Protest - require Kingston steamers to cross line for inspection.

p.5 I.M.C. -

May 31, 1912

p.1 A Steamer Capsized - Winnette on Trent River.

p.2 I.M.C. - Julia B. Merrill, Oliver Mowat.

June 1, 1912

p.5 I.M.C. - Toiler released; Oliver Mowat, steamer Cataract (formerly Myles) dismantled and converted into barge; Jamieson.

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    Latitude: 44.22976 Longitude: -76.48098
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British Whig (Kingston, ON), 27 May 1912