The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Herald (Barrie, ON), August 23, 1854
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THE KALOOLAH - The best route to the Sault is by the steamer Kaloolah from Penetanguishene or Sturgeon bay. Leaving Toronto on Friday morning by the Northern Railway, the Traveller will (either by Orillia or Barrie) reach the steamer in good time as Mr. Thompson's Stages, connect with the Boat by both Roads. The Kaloolah leaves Penetanguishene at 8 A.M. on Saturday, for Sault, calling at Cape Rich (St Vincent) Owen Sound, Manitoulin Island, Bruce Mines, Garden River, and two or three Indian Stations with unpronounceable names; and reaches the Sault on Monday at noon. Every comfort and attention is bestowed upon Passengers by the very obliging Officers of the Kaloolah, and we trust that she may long continue (as she undoubtedly deserves to be) the Favourite of Lake Huron. Several thousand Indians will soon be assembled at the Manitoulin to receive the Government Presents, and as they remain there some time, we would advise Travellers to avail themselves of the Kaloolah's weekly trip.

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Bill Hester
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Herald (Barrie, ON), August 23, 1854