The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
British Whig (Kingston, ON), 19 May 1913

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p.1 George Cup racers -

p.3 I.M.C. - Donnelly Salvage & Wrecking sent complete outfit to patch and pump out sch. Major Ferry.

-It is expected that the steamer Dollard, being built by the Shipbuilding company for the Dominion gov't, will be finished, tried, and sent down the river in about three weeks time.

May 20, 1913

p.6 I.M.C. - The steamer Dollard moved for the first time under her own steam from the wharf of the shipbuilding company on Tuesday morning. She went for about half an hour's spin on the harbour in charge of Capt. John Murray. John Donnelly and members of the company were on board.

May 21, 1913

p.5 I.M.C. - The spin of the new steamer Dollard in the harbour on Tuesday morning was satisfactory, and it was expected the dock test would be made on Wednesday.

May 22, 1913

p.5 I.M.C. - The dock trial of the steamer Dollard was held at the Shipbuilding wharf on Wednesday evening.

May 23, 1913

p.2 barge sprang leak, Donnelly Wrecking co. to aid of Rob Roy; Oliver Mowat.

May 24, 1913

p.1 body of Capt. Scott -

p.2 Rob Roy released by Donnelly Wrecking Co.

p.8 I.M.C. -

p.12 picture of launching of Carruthers at Collingwood shipyard, 550'.

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  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 44.22976 Longitude: -76.48098
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British Whig (Kingston, ON), 19 May 1913