The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Times (Orillia, ON), April 1, 1880

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It has been reported that the hull of the ill-fated steamer Waubuno has been found by an Indian while fishing through the ice, somewhere near what is known as Moose Point. The Indian it is said cut a hole in the ice directly over the works of the engine. He then thought he would try some other spot and cut another hole and that time over the bow of the bat. This may be correct, but it is not an indisputable fact. Although one of our townspeople made the Georgian Bay Transportation an offer over the wires for the hull where it now lies, and his offer was refused.

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Bill Hester
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Times (Orillia, ON), April 1, 1880