The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Advertiser (Owen Sound, ON), June 1, 1882

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THE Emerald called here on her way up on Saturday evening.

THE propellor Northern Belle arrived down on Sunday evening with a full load of fresh fish.

THE schooner Nettie Sherwood, purchased by Mr. John Pearson, arrived last week and is now lying in the river.

FOR MONTREAL - The propellor L. Shickluna arrived here on Friday evening, loaded grain at Sutherland's elevator, anf left on Monday for Montreal on a through rate...

BROUGHT HOME - The body of Mrs. Hanbury, one of the victims of the Manitoulin disaster, who was supposed to have been burned, was found in Manitowaning Bay and brought down on the Northern Belle on Sunday evening...

THE MANITOULIN - Capt. Campbell and Capt. Simpson, who were up looking at the burned steamer, returned by the Northern Belle on Sunday evening, and we understand it is proposed to bring the wreck down to the dry dock here, and if it is too badly burned to be rebuilt the machinery will be taken out.

THE steam barge Enterprise is in the Dry Dock for repairs.

THE City of Owen Sound arrived on Monday evening and left here about noon on Tuesday with a full load.

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Bill Hester
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Advertiser (Owen Sound, ON), June 1, 1882