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  • Meaford Monitor (Meaford, ON), Fri, 31 Mar 1882, page 1
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  • Northern Advance (Barrie, ON), December 14, 1882
    TextNewspaper       STEAMSHIP BURNED

    A despatch from Collingwood dated Dec. 6th says: - Early this morning fire was discovered on board the steamer Oneida lying at Northern railway docks, which destroyed all the aft portion of the vessel to the hull, and part of the forward cabins. Workmen ...

    TextNewspaper     STEAMSHIP BURNED

    A despatch from Collingwood dated Dec. 6th says: - Early this morning fire was discovered on board the steamer Oneida lying at Northern railway docks, which destroyed all the ...

  • Enterprise (Collingwood, ON), December 7, 1882
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  • Enterprise (Collingwood, ON), December 5, 1882
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    THE LOST ASIA - A considerable quantity of wreckage from the ill-fated Asia has been brought into town from the north shore, and is now in the hands of the Mayor. It consists of life preservers, broken pieces of furniture, some horse collars, and a number of photographs, ...

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    THE LOST ASIA - A considerable quantity of wreckage from the ill-fated Asia has been brought into town from the north shore, and is now in the hands of the ...

  • Northern Advance (Barrie, ON), December 7, 1882
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    The Atlantic a new steamer 100 feet long built at Owen Sound for the G. N. T. Co. made her trial trip to Collingwood last week. She is described as a model vessel as strong as iron and wood can make her.

    The crew of the Northern Belle presented their popular ...

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    The Atlantic a new steamer 100 feet long built at Owen Sound for the G. N. T. Co. made her trial trip to Collingwood last week. She is described as ...

  • Northern Advance (Barrie, ON), November 30, 1882
    TextNewspaper       THE LAST TRIP

    The sailing season on the upper Lakes is at length concluded, most of the steamers having come into port from their last trips. The fine iron steamship Campana, of the Canada Transit Line, arrived at Collingwood at noon on Saturday on her last trip this ...

    TextNewspaper     THE LAST TRIP

    The sailing season on the upper Lakes is at length concluded, most of the steamers having come into port from their last trips. The fine iron steamship Campana, ...

  • Enterprise (Collingwood, ON), November 30, 1882
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    OWEN SOUND Nov. 27 - The cargo of flour taken from the propeller Georgian was sold here today by public auction.

    THE CAMPANA - the Campana arrived in port on Saturday at noon, after experiencing the roughest trip she has yet had. The officers of the boat ...

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    OWEN SOUND Nov. 27 - The cargo of flour taken from the propeller Georgian was sold here today by public auction.

    THE CAMPANA - the Campana arrived in port on Saturday ...

  • Enterprise (Collingwood, ON), November 23, 1882
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    The Toronto Lumber Co's tug Cherokee arrived here Tuesday night from South Bay. She reported seeing a steam barge ashore on Club Island but was unable to go to her assistance for want of fuel. The tug left here Wednesday morning for Spanish River for the purpose of towing down ...

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    The Toronto Lumber Co's tug Cherokee arrived here Tuesday night from South Bay. She reported seeing a steam barge ashore on Club Island but was unable to go to her ...

  • Northern Advance (Barrie, ON), November 23, 1882
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    Mr. Joseph Anderson left for Algoma Mills on 18th by steamer Francis Smith.

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    Mr. Joseph Anderson left for Algoma Mills on 18th by steamer Francis Smith.

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  • Enterprise (Collingwood, ON), November 16, 1882
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    THE METALLIC LIFEBOAT - Says the Parry Sound Star Chief Solomon James of Shawanaga recently found and brought to this place the metallic life boat of the ill fated steamer Asia in which Mr. Tinkiss, Miss Morrison and their dead comrades came ashore. The boat ...

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    THE METALLIC LIFEBOAT - Says the Parry Sound Star Chief Solomon James of Shawanaga recently found and brought to this place the metallic life boat of the ill fated steamer ...

  • Northern Advance (Barrie, ON), November 9, 1882
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    The Collingwood Enterprise says Last week Malt Clauk in hauling up his fishing net on the North Shore in the vicinity of the Asia disaster was horrified to find therein a human arm evidently torn from the trunk by the net. It was detached at the shoulder, and with the ...

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    The Collingwood Enterprise says Last week Malt Clauk in hauling up his fishing net on the North Shore in the vicinity of the Asia disaster was horrified to find therein ...

  • Northern Advance (Barrie, ON), November 2, 1882
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    The Government official who investigated the cause of the Asia disaster and the Coroner's jury who sat on the bodies of some of the victims have come to about the same conclusion, that the disaster was caused by the carelessness of some person or persons unknown. The public had come ...

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    The Government official who investigated the cause of the Asia disaster and the Coroner's jury who sat on the bodies of some of the victims have come to about the ...

  • Times (Orillia, ON), November 2, 1882
    TextNewspaper       PARRY SOUND

    Oct.28 - The adjourned corner's inquest into the loss of the Asia met last night. No further evidence being forthcoming, the corner recapitulated what had been alleged and laid before the Court, and then charged the jury, laying before these the insufficient ...

    TextNewspaper     PARRY SOUND

    Oct.28 - The adjourned corner's inquest into the loss of the Asia met last night. No further evidence being forthcoming, the corner recapitulated what had been alleged and laid ...

  • Enterprise (Collingwood, ON), November 2, 1882
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    The verdict of the corner's jury at Parry Sound, given in another column will cause surprise to all, and though it is difficult to suspect men under oath, of being contrary to the dictates of right and conscience; still it is even more difficult to believe that with the slight ...

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    The verdict of the corner's jury at Parry Sound, given in another column will cause surprise to all, and though it is difficult to suspect men under oath, of being ...

  • Northern Advance (Barrie, ON), Oct 26, 1882
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    ARUT TAIT - second engineer of the Emerald had Capt. Foote fined $1 and costs at Collingwood on Saturday for kicking him down the hatchway of the boat. The steward of the boat had also a complaint against the Captain, and showed signs of having been brutally abused , be ...

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    ARUT TAIT - second engineer of the Emerald had Capt. Foote fined $1 and costs at Collingwood on Saturday for kicking him down the hatchway of the boat. The steward ...

  • Advertiser (Owen Sound, ON), October 19, 1882
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    THE LAKE MAIL SERVICE - The steamer Emerald on her last down trip carried the mails for Owen Sound and other places through to Collingwood. The boat arrived in Collingwood on Saturday afternoon, and the mail that should have been here on Saturday morning was only ...

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    THE LAKE MAIL SERVICE - The steamer Emerald on her last down trip carried the mails for Owen Sound and other places through to Collingwood. The boat arrived in Collingwood ...

  • Enterprise (Collingwood, ON), October 19, 1882
    TextNewspaper       THE ASIA

    The most horrible thing in connection with this tragedy yet made known is the action of the light house keeper on Lonely Island, an Indian or half breed. Tis savage and his friends found on the Island the body of Mrs. W. H. Woods, of Cincinnati, in search of ...

    TextNewspaper     THE ASIA

    The most horrible thing in connection with this tragedy yet made known is the action of the light house keeper on Lonely Island, an Indian or half breed. Tis ...

  • Bulletin (Collingwood, ON), October 18, 1882
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  • Northern Advance (Barrie, ON), October 12, 1882
    TextNewspaper       FATAL BEAR HUNT

    A despatch from Parry Sound, dated Oct. 5th says Henry Gould of Parry Harbour, was drowned yesterday while attempting to kill a large brown bear, assisted by the crew of the tug Superior. It seems the bear was swimming in the sound just opposite Kilbear ...

    TextNewspaper     FATAL BEAR HUNT

    A despatch from Parry Sound, dated Oct. 5th says Henry Gould of Parry Harbour, was drowned yesterday while attempting to kill a large brown bear, assisted by the ...

  • Advertiser (Owen Sound, ON), October 12, 1882
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    THE LOST ASIA - In the Globe's Ottawa correspondence published in Monday's issue, Capt. Scott is credited with the following remarks among others.

    "Inspectors of vessels have really very little power. While at Collingwood Capt. Scott saw 150 persons embark for ...

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    THE LOST ASIA - In the Globe's Ottawa correspondence published in Monday's issue, Capt. Scott is credited with the following remarks among others.

    "Inspectors of vessels have really very little power. ...

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