The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Advertiser (Owen Sound, ON), June 9, 1880

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SALT - The schooner Restless arrived on Thursday last with a load of salt for B. Allen

THE Manitoulin went up Saturday evening. Several excursionists left here on her.

THE Prop Emerald arrived down on Sunday evening with a full load of fish and sundries.

12th JULY - The steamer Wiarton Belle will give an excursion to Meaford on Monday next...

BADLY HURT - We regret to learn that Mr. Geo. McDougall, who recently moved from here to Collingwood and was second mate of the Northern Queen, fell down the hatchway on Friday last and was severely injured.

RACE - The propellers City of Winnipeg and Northern Queen met at Isle of Cove on their last trip down, one from Duluth the other from Chicago, both heavily laden, and had a race from that point to Collingwood, about 100 miles. The City of Winnipeg got in twenty-five minutes ahead of the Queen.

CRICKET MATCH - A cricket match will be played to-morrow (Thursday) between the Collingwood and Owen Sound Clubs at Collingwood. The Manitoulin will call here this (Wednesday) evening and take out sloven on board, as well as a number of others, who intend going to witness the match. They will return by the Frances Smith Thursday evening.

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Bill Hester
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Advertiser (Owen Sound, ON), June 9, 1880