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Ariel (Schooner), aground, 23 Oct 1890

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The Canadian schooner ARIEL is ashore near Owen Sound.
      Buffalo Evening News
      October 23, 1890
The schooner ARIEL which left here about two weeks ago for Byng Inlet, to load lumber for Burton Bros., is ashore, piled high and dry on Black Bill Shoal, between Byng Inlet and Parry Sound. No particulars as to her condition, or the safety of the crew could be learned. This is the third this season that the ARIEL has been ashore.
      Owen Sound Times
      November 13, 1890
NOTE:-- The schooner ARIEL which was sunk in Owen Sound harbour was removed by the Dominion Government, under contract for $2,100
      Removal of Obstructions to Navigation
      Sessional Papers 1912
      Dept. of Marine & Fisheries

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William R. McNeil
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Ariel (Schooner), aground, 23 Oct 1890