The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Times (Orillia, ON), May 4, 1882

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COLLINGWOOD - marine notes are reported as follows - The Northern Belle made her first trip to Parry Sound on Wednesday, returning on Friday, losing one of her life boats on the trip... The schooner City of Chicago arrived with 21, 000 bushels of corn. The Oneida one of the new boats of the Chicago line arrived on Thursday night. The tug Thistle on Tuesday with a cargo of fish. The Lady Dufferin, Shandon and John Bigler all arrived from Chicago and unloaded at the elevator. The tug Ann Long was launched on Saturday.


Capt. Crocan won the medal this year as the Rover was the first of the season to arrive at Midland.

The Nettie Woodruff arrived with 650 tons of coal intended for the use of the new fleet of steamers about to be established.

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Bill Hester
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Times (Orillia, ON), May 4, 1882