The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Northern Advance (Barrie, ON), July 1, 1869

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THE STEAMER CHICORA - We have again to record another fast trip by the steamer, surpassing by several hours her best trip which was noted at the time as being the quickest on record. She arrived at Collingwood at 10 Sunday evening after having a detention of twenty hours in a fog. She left again Monday morning with an excursion party of 800 for Penetanguishene, returning last night, and will leave again on her regular trip this afternoon. Now that summer weather has commenced and travel begun we fully expect to see her crowded each trip with tourists. She takes this trip a large number of passengers amongst whom will be S. J. Dawson Esq. And several of his surveying party.

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Bill Hester
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Northern Advance (Barrie, ON), July 1, 1869