British Whig (Kingston, ON), 28 Nov 1913
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p.1 Want New Regulations Governing Sailing -
Survivor of the Gale - James S. Potter, superintendent of sailor's mission work, was on Huronic.
p.5 Had A Stormy Passage - Jeska.
- Julia B. Merrill, Ford River.
p.7 The Late John Hazlett - worked on Garden Island as engineer of works, then went sailing, became superintendent of Kingston Foundry, then supervisor of Hepburn fleet, had patents on boilers.
May Be Held Here - Investigation Into Wreck of Acadian -
p.9 Cannot Get Bodies - from wreck of str. Nottingham.
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- Rick Neilson
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes