Enterprise (Collingwood, ON), May 11, 1876
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LARGE TOW - The Lillie Kerr brought in a tow of 27 kribs on Tuesday evening for the Georgian Bay Co's mill the largest tow of timber ever brought into this harbour.
NAVIGATION - The steamer Georgiana from Penetanguishene arrived on Monday and reports a clear passage. A number of tugs have arrived from Bay ports. The steamer Cumberland, which has been thoroughly overhauled, refitted and painted, presents a very handsome appearance this spring. She leaves for Fort William to-night.
JOHN MCNABB MASTER
In connection with the Northern Railway
after the arrival of the noon train from
Toronto and Owen Sound the same
Evening at Eleven o'clock (weather and
ice permitting) for
SAULT STE MARIE
And all Intermediate Ports, including
For terms of passage or freight apply to
the Purser on board or to
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- May 11, 1876
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- Bill Hester
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes