The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Advertiser (Owen Sound, ON), June 3, 1873

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The steamer Cumberland called at the Superior wharf on Saturday evening last, on her way to Thunder Bay. She had but few passengers, and very little freight.

The Frances Smith left this port on Wednesday evening last week for Duluth and Thunder Bay. She had a full load of freight nd about a hundred passengers from this place, and a few passengers for Collingwood.

The schooner Restless arrived in port on Tuesday morning with hardware for Mr. W. Kough. After discharging her cargo, she loaded with oats, and left again the same night for Collingwood.

Last Friday the tug Okoara succeeded in hauling off the schooner Mountaineer, which was driven almost high and dry ashore on Griffith's Island last fall. She brought her into port on Saturday, and she is now undergoing repairs. Her damages are slight considering the position she was in all fall and winter.

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Bill Hester
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Advertiser (Owen Sound, ON), June 3, 1873