The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Asia (Propeller), 21 Apr 1879


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NEW ROUTE
      The steamer A S I A will (weather Permitting) leave
      Windsor and Detroit every Wednesday Morning at ten,
      and Sarnia the same night at nine, calling the following day
      (weather permitting) at Bayfield, Goderich, Kincardine,
      Inverhuron, Port Elgin, and Southampton, for Michel's Bay,
      Providence Bay, Duck Island, Cockburn Island, Thessalon
      River, Bruce Mines, St. Joseph's Island, Garden River, and
      Sault Ste. Marie. Leaving the Sault on her down trip every
      Saturday afternoon, at two (weather permitting).
      For freight and passenger rates apply to the agents of
      the above railways or to Henry Beatty, General Manager,
      Sarnia, Ontario. Dated April 21, 1879
      Sarnia Observer
      July 4, 1879
     


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new route
Date of Original:
1879
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McN.E.9851
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
William R. McNeil
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Asia (Propeller), 21 Apr 1879