The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Northern Advance (Barrie, ON), May 11, 1882


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COLLINGWOOD

MARINE NOTES - The Little Giant commenced dredging operation on Monday. Tug Wales arrived from Muskosh, and is being refitted. The steam barge Vanderbilt is about ready for sea. The St. Paul one of the new propellers for the Chicago line arrived on Saturday with 25, 000 bushels of corn, and a deck load of pork, flour, and sole leather. Propeller Scotia arrived from Goderich with a cargo of salt. The first tow of logs came in on Friday by the Cherokee.

THE CAMPANA - This magnificent iron steamship arrived in our port on Tuesday last from Owen Sound, and has gone up the lakes. She is now fitted up with every requirement necessary on a first-class passenger steamer. Her officers are Capt. E. B. Anderson; S. Wagner, 1st mate; Wm. Anderson, 2nd mate; H. Rixon, Purser; S. S. Malcomson, 1st Engineer; W. Palmer, 2nd Engineer; James Wilson, 3rd Engineer; G. Morey, 4th Engineer; James Roran, Stewart.

The old Algoma that has so long lain in Collingwood harbour a fruitful cause of profanity to navigation has been towed out and now serves the purpose of a slab dock at the New Mill.


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Date of Original:
May 11, 1882
Local identifier:
GLN.19994
Language of Item:
English
Donor:
Bill Hester
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Public domain: Copyright has expired according to the applicable Canadian or American laws. No restrictions on use.
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Northern Advance (Barrie, ON), May 11, 1882