The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Globe (Toronto, ON), September 8, 1873, page 1

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St. Catharines, September 6 - Messrs. Beatty, of Thorold, are having built for them at Chisholm & Simpson's yard, Chatham, a fine new screw steamer, to be called the Ontario. She is to be launched shortly, and is waiting for her engine, which is contructing here by G.N. Oille. She will be a magnificent boat, with a dining saloon 90 feet long by 13 to 15 feet wide, and with accommodations for 130 first-class passengers.

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Peter Warwick
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Globe (Toronto, ON), September 8, 1873, page 1