The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Northern Advance (Barrie, ON), February 14, 1856

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THE KALOOLAH - Notwithstanding the quibbling about the Kaloolah .and expectations raised by Captain Smith, we are glad to see the reception given to Mr. Wm. Gibbard, who was deputed by the stockholders of the Kaloolah at a public meeting held in Collingwood, to visit Owen Sound in Company with Charles Thompson. Esq, for the purpose of offering the Owen Sound people to take up the balance of the stock. The following gentlemen have done so namely;... The Kaloolah will be commanded by Capt. Butterworth, an experienced and careful man. She will commence running on the 1st May, and will make daily trips five days in the week between Collingwood Harbour, Meaford, McLaren's Point, Leith and Owen Sound; and one day to Penetanguishene, Christian Islands, &c. This arrangement establishes a certainty of being provided with a comfortable, safe, and expeditious steamboat accommodation, which will be a great benefit to the travelling community and men of business; and belonging to the inhabitants of the principal stopping places it ought to be the duty of all to give their support to the Kaloolah - Owen Sound Times.

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Bill Hester
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Northern Advance (Barrie, ON), February 14, 1856