The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Advertiser (Owen Sound, ON), May 13, 1880

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NAVIGATION NOTES - The Prop. Northern Queen left here on her second trip on Wednesday evening, the 5th inst. with a full load. The Frances Smith left here for Collingwood on Wednesday, and called on Friday evening on her way to Duluth. She was loaded so heavily that she could not take any freight from here and could not come up river . She took on about 60 passengers, and had over 200 on board when she left here. The Prop. Manitoulin arrived on Friday evening from the Sault. She had about 240 passengers and a full load of fish, wheat and other articles. After discharging part of her load she proceeded to Collingwood and called here Monday evening on her way up. The Northern Queen arrived down on Monday morning and left for Collingwood. She returned on Thursday and went into the Dry Dock for a new wheel. The tug Mary Ann came up from Collingwood on Saturday and on Monday went to the relief of the Restless, and succeeded in getting her off and bringing her to this port, where she will go in the Dry dock for repairs. The tug Geo. Maythem arrived on Monday to go into Dry Dock for a new shoe.

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Bill Hester
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Advertiser (Owen Sound, ON), May 13, 1880