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Kingston Newspaper clippings

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Decade:  1930 
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Had Long Career As Marine Engineer 
TextNewspapers  "Had Long Career As Marine Engineer," Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 17 Dec 1932  Had Long Career As Marine Engineer Former Sec'y-Treas. of Rockport Navigation Co. and Vice-Pres. T. I. Navigation Co. The death occurred at the home of James Hickey, 94 College Street, on Friday of James Gillie, well-known marine engineer in his eighty-ninth year. Deceased was born in ...
Knows Every Treacherous Spot In St. Lawrence Rapids 
TextNewspapers  Down The Lane, Knows Every Treacherous Spot In St. Lawrence Rapids, "Knows Every Treacherous Spot In St. Lawrence Rapids," The Standard-Freeholder (Cornwall, ON), 12 Jul 1935  If Captain Joseph Alfred Ouellette made any pretence of being an author and decided to write a book he might properly call it "Life On The St. Lawrence River." For Captain Ouellette has been travelling up and down the St. Lawrence longer than any living man and knows every nook and cranny, crag...
 (18971118), 24 Apr 1931 
TextNewspapers  (18971118), 24 Apr 1931,   p.3 Scow Sunk In Channel - A large wooden scow, used by J.P. Porter & Sons in carrying the blasted rock from the shoals in the Brockville Narrows to deep water, where the scow was to be dumped, slowly filled with water and sank yesterday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock in the channel of the river ...
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Kingston Newspaper clippings