The Maritime History of the Great Lakes

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Kingston
  
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1910-1919
  
  • Osso (1911)
        Official No.: 130326; 60x10x5 Owner unknown. Built by Davis Drydock Co., Kingston 1911. Short-lived.
      Official No.: 130326; 60x10x5 Owner unknown. Built by Davis Drydock Co., Kingston ...
  • Polana (1911)
        Other Names: Jalobert (1923); Macassa; Queen City; Official No.: 126930; First Rebuild: Official Number: 126930 Propulsion: Screw Dimensions: 107 x 23 -- 278 tons Rebuilt: in 1923 Second Rebuild: Propulsion: Screw 107x23x13. Owned by Dominion Government; to Hamilton Harbour Commission 1954; The Tug Co., Sarnia 1972. Built by Kingston Shipbuilding ...
      Other Names: Jalobert (1923); Macassa; Queen City; Official No.: 126930; First Rebuild: ...
  • The Toiler (1911)
        Other Names: Mapleheath (1920); Official No.: 129767; Previous Registration: British (1914) First Rebuild: Official Number: 129767 Propulsion: Screw Dimensions: 255 x 43 -- 1692 tons Rebuilt: Kingston, Ontario, Canada in 1913 248x43x19 Owned by J. Richardson & Sons, Kingston; J. Playfair, Midland operated, then purchased 1914; to Quebec & Ontario ...
      Other Names: Mapleheath (1920); Official No.: 129767; Previous Registration: British (1914) First ...
  • Wanakewan (1910)
        Official No.: 126465; 70x15x5 Owned by Capt. Argue, Parry Sound 1911; A. W. Campsall, Ottawa 1917; to Rideau Steamboat Co. 1917; to Ville Marie Navigation Co. 1921. Built by Davis Drydock Co., Kingston 1910. First used on Georgian Bay, moved to Ottawa c1912, then to Lake Temiskaming 1922. ; Final ...
      Official No.: 126465; 70x15x5 Owned by Capt. Argue, Parry Sound 1911; A. ...
  • Yennek II (1918)
        Official No.: 137985
      Official No.: 137985
  • Daily British Whig (Kingston, ON), 1 Jan 1910
       

    1910 DAILY BRITISH WHIG.

    (January - June British Whig is available on microfilm only at Queen's University - Stauffer Library. July-December British Whig is available at Kingston-Frontenac Public Library and at Queen's University - Stauffer Library)

    For January-June ...

     

    1910 DAILY BRITISH WHIG.

    (January - June British Whig is available on ...

  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), 7 Jan 1910
       

    Jan. 7, 1910

    pages 1-4 missing; page 5 & 6 are fragments;

    nil

    Jan. 8, 1910

    nil

    Jan. 10, 1910

    p.1 Latest News - The harbor of Port Arthur is open this year since the tug James Whalen has undertaken to keep it so during the winter months. ...

     

    Jan. 7, 1910

    pages 1-4 missing; page 5 & 6 are fragments;

    nil

    Jan. ...

  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), 19 Jan 1910
       

    p.2

    The Benefit of the Welland.

    [Canadian Courier]

    There is no doubt that the deepening of the Welland canal will benefit the United States ports on Lake Ontario. If the larger boats which now stop at Buffalo are able to continue ...

     

    p.2

    The Benefit of the Welland.

    [Canadian Courier]

    There is no doubt ...

  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), 21 Jan 1910
       

    p.5

    CLASSIFICATION OF VESSELS.

    Detroit, Jan. 21st - The Great Lakes Protective Association has concluded its second annual meeting here. As a step towards a possible readjustment of rates, on a more equitable basis, Alexander A. Wright, of Toronto, ...

     

    p.5

    CLASSIFICATION OF VESSELS.

    Detroit, Jan. 21st - The Great Lakes Protective ...

  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), 24 Jan 1910
       

    p.2 Incidents of the Day - Work is progressing favorably at the new wharf for the Donnelly Salvage company at the foot of West street.

    Differences In Wages.

    A prominent marine man says that on some large steamers there's a big difference between the ...

     

    p.2 Incidents of the Day - Work is progressing favorably at ...

  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), 27 Jan 1910
       

    p.6 News of the World - Capt. John Rutherford, of the big tug Maitland, broke all records for early (or late) navigation when he brought his vessel into Owen Sound on Tuesday morning, from Wiarton, a distance of thirty-five miles.

    p.8

     

    p.6 News of the World - Capt. John Rutherford, of the ...

  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), 29 Jan 1910
       

    p.2 Days Episodes - A Toronto representative for one of the line of lake steamers was in the city for a couple of days, engaging students to work on the steamers during the summer months. He was successful in filling all the vacancies he had.

    Capt. Henry Esford, so it ...

     

    p.2 Days Episodes - A Toronto representative for one of the ...

  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), 1 Feb 1910
       

    p.1 Latest News - C.A. Macdonald, Collingwood, has been appointed manager of the Northern Navigation Company.

    Feb. 2, 1910

    p.2 The Coal Interests - Capt. Hinckley, Oswego, who has been in the city, has left on a trip west, in the interests of the Coal ...

     

    p.1 Latest News - C.A. Macdonald, Collingwood, has been appointed manager ...

  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), 7 Feb 1910
       

    p.1

    VERY FINE LINES.

    Will Be Found In New Steamer.

    The Davis Dry Dock company have a large number of men at work in their dry dock rebuilding the steamer Ottawa, having practically made a new boat.

    The Ottawa is 108 feet long ...

     

    p.1

    VERY FINE LINES.

    Will Be Found In New Steamer.

    The Davis ...

  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), 10 Feb 1910
       

    p.1 In Its Favor - International Waterways Commission examining the Long Sault power project.

    p.8 Against Proposal - Detroit, Feb. 10th - Board of Engineers reported against widening the limestone channel in the lower Detroit river to 600 feet, but would ...

     

    p.1 In Its Favor - International Waterways Commission examining the Long ...

  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), 15 Feb 1910
       

    p.1 Appropriations For Improving Harbors - Washington, Feb. 15th - .....Among the amounts specified is $125,000 for Oswego harbor; Charlotte harbor gets $71,680, while Great Sodus Bay and Little Sodus Bay harbors will receive $30,000 each. An expenditure of $37,400 is provided ...

     

    p.1 Appropriations For Improving Harbors - Washington, Feb. 15th - .....Among ...

  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), 17 Feb 1910
       

    p.2

    The Rideau Fleet.

    The appointments for the steamers Rideau Queen and Rideau King are announced.

    Rideau King - Captain, William Scott; mate, Thomas Lynch; engineer, George Shannon; purser, Victor Gilbert.

    Rideau Queen - Captain, Edward ...

     

    p.2

    The Rideau Fleet.

    The appointments for the steamers Rideau Queen and ...

  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), 21 Feb 1910
       

    p.1

    THE LOSS ON LAKES.

    Detroit, Feb. 21st - The loss of vessel property on the lakes in 1905 was forty-eight vessels, with a season's capacity of 2,000,000 tons and valued at $2,341,000. This is the greatest in the history of the trade. Some 152 lake ...

     

    p.1

    THE LOSS ON LAKES.

    Detroit, Feb. 21st - The loss of ...

  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), 25 Feb 1910
       

    p.5 Are Awaiting Spring - Local marine men are now getting somewhat anxious about spring, and the opening of navigation. They are anxious as it were to get their "sea-legs" on again. The long winter spell becomes very tiresome to the men who have no other employment during the ...

     

    p.5 Are Awaiting Spring - Local marine men are now getting ...

  • British Whig (Kingston, ON), 1 Mar 1910
       

    p.1 Latest News - The passenger steamer Rochester, the new steel boat of the Richelieu & Ontario Navigation company fleet, will start on its maiden trip June 18th, when it will leave Charlotte, N.Y., for Youngstown, N.Y. It will make regular trips between Youngstown and ...

     

    p.1 Latest News - The passenger steamer Rochester, the new steel ...

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