Ontario (Schooner), aground, 1 Nov 1883
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The schooner ONTARIO, is ashore near Point Clark, Georgian Bay. There are three vessels of this name, all Canadian craft. This vessel hails from Goderich and is 186 tons burden, fifteen years and valued at $4,000. - Detroit Report
Nov. 22, 1883
THE L.C. BUTTS STILL AT ANCHOR - THE ONTARIO
Special Dispatch to the Detroit Free Press
Goderich, November 15. - Reports from the schooner Ontario, ashore north of Point Clark, are not very encouraging, and it is feared she may prove a total loss. The crew had a horrible time reaching the shore, some of them being in an exhausted condition when picked up. It is feared the gale of to-night will add more to the long list of the past few days.
Detroit Free Press
Friday, Nov 16, 1883
Reports from the schooner ONTARIO, ashore north of Point Clark, Georgian Bay, are not very encouraging, and it is feared she may prove a total loss. The crew had a horrible time reaching the shore, some of them being in an exhausted condition when picked up.
J.W. Hall Great Lakes marine Scrapbook, November, 1883
NOTE: -- Point Clark is NOT on Georgian Bay.
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- William R. McNeil
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