The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Times (Orillia, ON), August 4, 1881

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The owners of the steamer Maganettawan are advertising hat they will carry passengers between here and Collingwood for twenty five cents. So much for opposition. Now is the time to travel.

Mr. J. C. Judd counsel in the celebrated Waubuno case of Fisher vs Georgian Bay Transportation Co. was in town yesterday looking after the interest of his client. He informs us that he intends to bring forward the suit at the winter assizes instead of one as in former trials - Star


The schooner Sarah Jane left Midland on the 27th inst. with a cargo of lumber for Sarnia

The schooner John G. Koltage arrived in Midland on Tuesday with a cargo of one thousand barrels of salt consigned to the M.R.R.

On Saturday evening the steamer Myrtie brought an excursion party from Victoria Harbour, and the Marshal & Murray brought one from Waubaushene to Midland the objective point being the British Canadian Lumber Company's mill, and the object to see the electric lights.

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Bill Hester
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Times (Orillia, ON), August 4, 1881