The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Northern Advance (Barrie, ON), May 8, 1861

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NAVIGATION- The lake business of the season has now fairly commenced, the Steamer Rescue Captain Dick, having made several trips to the Sound and back during the past week. The steamer Clifton, Capt. W. H.. Smith took her place on the Owen Sound route, on Tuesday last, The steamer Ploughboy, Captain D McLean arrived in our harbour from her winter quarters on Tuesday last, and leaves this day, on the commencement of her regular trips to Sault Ste. Marie and Bruce mines. The steamer J.L. Tucker, Capt. Butterworth, is expected every day, when she will ply round the Georgian Bay , visiting the various fishing stations, carrying away the fish &c, and say other business that may chance to spring up during the summer -Enterpise

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Bill Hester
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Northern Advance (Barrie, ON), May 8, 1861