The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Herald (Barrie, ON), May 30, 1855

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Collingwood Harbour and Owen Sound

From the Owen Sound Times we learn that the Mazeppa has taken her place on this route. The Times says;

On Friday last the Mazeppa arrived from Collingwood Harbour, with about one hundred passengers, many of whom had been detained from a week to ten days, waiting the return of said steamer from Green Bay.

By the Mazeppa tri-weekly communication will be kept up with the Northern Terminus of the O. S. & H Railroad, and passengers leaving the Sound on Tuesdays, and Saturdays, in the morning , will reach Toronto the same evening; those leaving Toronto on Monday, Wednesday, or Friday morning, will reach Owen Sound in the afternoon.

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Bill Hester
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Herald (Barrie, ON), May 30, 1855