British Whig (Kingston, ON), 12 Nov 1913
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p.1 The James Carruthers Has Evidently Sunk -
Twenty Lake Wrecks Toll of the Storm -
Government Scow Launched - From the Ways at Shipyard On Wednesday Afternoon - the second will be launched soon.
Cast Ashore - body of Charles McSorley Among Dead - engineer of Regina, lost in Lake Huron.
IN MARINE CIRCLES
- Tuesday night, word was received in the city that the steamer McKinstrey, of the Merchants Montreal Line of Toronto, ran aground in the cut above the Murray canal, near Brighton.
The steamer Cornwall of the Calvin company was called to the scene.
The McKinstrey was loaded with a cargo of cement, from Point Anne, and was on her way to Fort William.
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- Rick Neilson
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes