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  • Packet (Orillia, ON), September 3, 1880
    Packet (Orillia, ON), September 3, 1880
    textnewspaper       MIDLAND The steam barge Enterprise and consort cleared from this port on Tuesday, cargo lumber and shingles. ...
    textnewspaper     MIDLAND The steam barge Enterprise and consort cleared from this port on Tuesday, cargo lumber and shingles. ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Packet (Orillia, ON), September 10, 1880
    Packet (Orillia, ON), September 10, 1880
    textnewspaper       COLLINGWOOD This year the Georgian Bay Transportation Co. carried clergymen to the Parry Sound camp meeting free. On Saturday it was quite late before Northern Belle left Collingwood... ...
    textnewspaper     COLLINGWOOD This year the Georgian Bay Transportation Co. carried clergymen to the Parry Sound camp meeting free. On Saturday it was quite late before Northern Belle left Collingwood... ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Packet (Orillia, ON), September 17, 1880
    Packet (Orillia, ON), September 17, 1880
    textnewspaper       PARRY SOUND Judgement has been given in the case of the Georgian Bay Transportation Company vs Fisher in the Court of Appeal. B. N. Fisher was one of those who was lost on the Waubuno and his wife entered an action against the Company to recover $20, 000 for the ...
    textnewspaper     PARRY SOUND Judgement has been given in the case of the Georgian Bay Transportation Company vs Fisher in the Court of Appeal. B. N. Fisher was one of those who ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Packet (Orillia, ON), October 22, 1880
    Packet (Orillia, ON), October 22, 1880
    textnewspaper       COLLINGWOOD The Captain of the Francis Smith has been fined $50 and costs for allowing liquor to be sold on his boat to Indians at Nipigon. ...
    textnewspaper     COLLINGWOOD The Captain of the Francis Smith has been fined $50 and costs for allowing liquor to be sold on his boat to Indians at Nipigon. ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Packet (Orillia, ON), November 19,1880
    Packet (Orillia, ON), November 19,1880
    textnewspaper       COLLINGWOOD Last week the Northern Queen made her trip from here to Chicago and back receiving and discharging cargoes, in 6 days and 19 hours. This is the fastest on record. ...
    textnewspaper     COLLINGWOOD Last week the Northern Queen made her trip from here to Chicago and back receiving and discharging cargoes, in 6 days and 19 hours. This is the fastest on ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Packet (Orillia, ON), May 27, 1881
    Packet (Orillia, ON), May 27, 1881
    textnewspaper       PENETANGUISHENE The side wheel steamer Georgiana is running this season from Penetanguishene, Midland and Waubaushene to Parry Harbour Leaving Penetanguishene every Monday, Wednesday and Friday returning on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday. Leaving Parry Harbour in time to make connections with ...
    textnewspaper     PENETANGUISHENE The side wheel steamer Georgiana is running this season from Penetanguishene, Midland and Waubaushene to Parry Harbour Leaving Penetanguishene every Monday, Wednesday and Friday returning on Tuesday, Thursday, and ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Packet (Orillia, ON), July 29, 1881
    Packet (Orillia, ON), July 29, 1881
    textnewspaper       VICTORIA HARBOUR On Saturday last an excursion and pic-nic took place of the Methodists Sunday School. The party numbering about one hundred and forty went per the steamer Mrytie to the Reformatory... In the evening the Mrytie took another party to Midland to see the electric lights. Two ...
    textnewspaper     VICTORIA HARBOUR On Saturday last an excursion and pic-nic took place of the Methodists Sunday School. The party numbering about one hundred and forty went per the steamer Mrytie to ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Packet (Orillia, ON), August 5, 1881
    Packet (Orillia, ON), August 5, 1881
    textnewspaper       BYNG INLET We may come by this route in the future, but we still prefer the steamer Maganettawan for a fine sail and magnificent scenery... The fine steamer Maganettawan leaves Waubaushene every Monday morning, returning Tuesdays, makes the trip 120 miles, each day. She is commanded by Capt. ...
    textnewspaper     BYNG INLET We may come by this route in the future, but we still prefer the steamer Maganettawan for a fine sail and magnificent scenery... The fine steamer Maganettawan leaves ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Packet (Orillia, ON), August 19, 1881
    Packet (Orillia, ON), August 19, 1881
    textnewspaper       From the Lindsay Post , description of the Press excursion... The little steamer Myrtie took us by water to Midland offering a pleasant variety. On the way the steamer sailed by the Wye river and the party visited the Old Fort, just south of the railway bridge... The trip to ...
    textnewspaper     From the Lindsay Post , description of the Press excursion... The little steamer Myrtie took us by water to Midland offering a pleasant variety. On the way the steamer sailed ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Packet (Orillia, ON), August 26, 1881
    Packet (Orillia, ON), August 26, 1881
    textnewspaper       VICTORIA HARBOUR The barge Vanderbuilt loaded lumber on Saturday for Chatham. ...
    textnewspaper     VICTORIA HARBOUR The barge Vanderbuilt loaded lumber on Saturday for Chatham. ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Packet (Orillia, ON), September 16, 1881
    Packet (Orillia, ON), September 16, 1881
    textnewspaper       The steamer Columbia from Chicago to Collingwood, foundered in Lake Michigan, during the gale of Saturday night and fifteen lives were lost. The majority of the crew belonged to Collingwood. The schooner Regina , from Goderich to Owen Sound went down during the same storm The skipper Capt. ...
    textnewspaper     The steamer Columbia from Chicago to Collingwood, foundered in Lake Michigan, during the gale of Saturday night and fifteen lives were lost. The majority of the crew belonged to Collingwood. ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Packet (Orillia, ON), October 14, 1881
    Packet (Orillia, ON), October 14, 1881
    textnewspaper       PORT SEVERN The steam barge Enterprise arrived in port Thursday evening and departed on Saturday afternoon, laden with lath for Dresdan. BYNG INLET Propellor Maganettawan is now four days over due. Broken screw is causing the delay. The schooner Herbert Dudley cleared for Windsor, with ...
    textnewspaper     PORT SEVERN The steam barge Enterprise arrived in port Thursday evening and departed on Saturday afternoon, laden with lath for Dresdan. BYNG INLET Propellor Maganettawan is now four days over ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Packet (Orillia, ON), October 21, 1881
    Packet (Orillia, ON), October 21, 1881
    textnewspaper       PORT SEVERN The schooner Todman attempted to sail into port, but failed and the tug Marshall Murry had to give her a hand. The schooner left with a cargo for Goderich. ...
    textnewspaper     PORT SEVERN The schooner Todman attempted to sail into port, but failed and the tug Marshall Murry had to give her a hand. The schooner left with a cargo for ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Packet (Orillia, ON), May 26, 1882
    Packet (Orillia, ON), May 26, 1882
    textnewspaper       On his arrival from Manitoulin on Tuesday Mr. Connell called at the Packet office to relate his exciting experience in the burning of the steamer Manitoulin , on the 18th. Mr. Connell says it was most providential that the disaster occurred in Manitowaning bay and so near to shore as ...
    textnewspaper     On his arrival from Manitoulin on Tuesday Mr. Connell called at the Packet office to relate his exciting experience in the burning of the steamer Manitoulin , on the 18th. ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Packet (Orillia, ON), June 23, 1882
    Packet (Orillia, ON), June 23, 1882
    textnewspaper       The government should institute a rigid investigation as to the management of steamboats on the upper lakes. The Manitoulin Guide states that on the last trip of the Northern Belle , the vessel was on fire once and aground. We are credibly informed that this vessel has had three narrow ...
    textnewspaper     The government should institute a rigid investigation as to the management of steamboats on the upper lakes. The Manitoulin Guide states that on the last trip of the Northern Belle ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Packet (Orillia, ON), July 28, 1882
    Packet (Orillia, ON), July 28, 1882
    textnewspaper       WAUBAUSHENE Messrs Prince, AndersonBuck of Waubaushene have put a large propellor , the Wiarton Belle on this part of the Georgian Bay, for their extensive fishing trade. The Belle is kept constantly employed plying between fishing grounds and Waubaushene. This firm is shipping about ...
    textnewspaper     WAUBAUSHENE Messrs Prince, AndersonBuck of Waubaushene have put a large propellor , the Wiarton Belle on this part of the Georgian Bay, for their extensive fishing trade. The Belle is ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
  • Packet (Orillia, ON), September 15, 1882
    Packet (Orillia, ON), September 15, 1882
    textnewspaper       BYNG INLET One day last week Captain James Anderson of the barge Benson of the Metamora's tow, was killed at Byng Inlet while assisting to load square timber. VICTORIA HARBOUR Steamer R. Morewood loaded with lumber , and cleared for Windsor. Steambarge Van Allen loaded with lumber ...
    textnewspaper     BYNG INLET One day last week Captain James Anderson of the barge Benson of the Metamora's tow, was killed at Byng Inlet while assisting to load square timber. VICTORIA HARBOUR ...
    Maritime History of the Great Lakes
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