The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Enterprise (Collingwood, ON), December 8, 1881

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PRESENTATION - While the Emerald was on her last trip up for the season Miss Kelly the deservedly popular and highly esteemed stewardess of that boat was by her numerous friends at Little Current presented with a beautiful silver butter cooler.

DRY DOCKED - Owen Sound Advertiser. The schooner Arabia loaded with ties was brought in here on Sunday last by the tug Mary Ann of Collingwood. The Arabia was bound from Wiarton to Chicago but had the misfortune to run on to one of the numerous islands while make the exit or entrance to Colpoy's Bay such a dangerous one.. The Arabia it is understood will go on the dry dock here as soon as the Francis Smith comes off.

The Jane Miller - This little propellor has fallen a victim to late trips. The boat left Meaford on the 23rd of November headed for Wiarton. Nothing has been seen of her since, but portions of wreckage and clothing. About thirty lives are supposed to be lost.

Mr. Davidson's tug Kate Pilgrim went into winter quarters on Tuesday and the engineer Jonny Dee left for his home in home in Collingwood. Penetang. Herald

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Bill Hester
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Enterprise (Collingwood, ON), December 8, 1881