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Daily Standard (Kingston, ON), 21 Aug 1911 
TextNewspapers  Daily Standard (Kingston, ON), 21 Aug 1911,   p.1 TUG CHIEFTAIN SINKS, FOUR ARE DROWNED The Calvin Company's Tug Was Rammed by a Nova Scotia Collier Just Above Quebec -20 miles above Quebec, between St. Antoine and St. Croix, Lotbiniere County; 4 dead. Chieftain Sank In Two Minutes - in 42 feet of water. A Survivor Tells of the...
Daily Standard (Kingston, ON), 21 Aug 1911 
TextNewspapers  Daily Standard (Kingston, ON), 21 Aug 1911,   p.1 TUG CHIEFTAIN SINKS, FOUR ARE DROWNED. The Dead. George Menard, 48 years old, raft foreman, Garden Island. Mrs. Haggerty, widow, cook on Chieftain, Wolfe Island. Miss Haggerty, 16 years old, daughter of above, assistant cook. Hjalmar Olafsan, Stockholm, Sweden, fireman. Quebec, Aug....
Daily Standard (Kingston, ON), 9 Aug 1917 
TextNewspapers  Daily Standard (Kingston, ON), 9 Aug 1917,   p.1 TWELVE PEOPLE DROWNED WHEN SCHOONER GEORGE A. MARSH OF BELLEVILLE SANK YESTERDAY MORNING OFF PIGEON ISLAND The Lost. Captain John Smith, Belleville, aged 40. His wife, aged 32. Greta Smith, aged 12. Jack Smith, aged 7. Clarence Smith, aged 4. Lorraine Smith, aged 11 months. Mrs. ...
Daily Standard (Kingston, ON), 5 Sep 1919 
TextNewspapers  Daily Standard (Kingston, ON), 5 Sep 1919,   p.2 STEAMER BURNED. Ogdensburg, N.Y., Sept. 5th - The wooden steamer Toltec of Buffalo, en route Montreal to Buffalo in ballast, caught fire yesterday while proceeding up the St. Lawrence River and was beached near Prescott, Ont., where she was completely destroyed. The crew was brought here...
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