The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
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Bulletin (Collingwood, ON), July 13, 1870 
TextNewspapers    Steam Navigation FORT WILLIAM - Str. Chicora and Algoma leave for Fort William calling at intermediate ports on Lake Huron & Superior every 5 days OWEN SOUND - Str. Francis Smith runs every day (Thursday excepted) leaving at 1 p.m. BYNG INLET - Str. Francis Smith runs once a week ...
Bulletin (Collingwood, ON), July 20, 1870 
TextNewspapers    The PRINCE ALFRED left our harbour for Goderich about 10 0'clock last Saturday night Capt. Wyatt received orders from Ottawa to send the gun-boat to that port, but we are not aware for what object. ...
Bulletin (Collingwood, ON), August 17, 1870 
TextNewspapers    PARRY SOUND CAMP MEETING - ... The steamer Waubuno will leave this place for the campground on Saturday morning at 6 o'clock and will return on Monday after the close of the meeting. CAMP MEETING - There will be a camp meeting on the Christian Islands this week commencing tomorrow....
Bulletin (Collingwood, ON), July 5, 1871 
TextNewspapers    FREE BATH - On Saturday afternoon while rolling a barrel to the Algoma , the gangway slipped and landed a coloured gentleman and the load in the water. The ALGOMA - This steamer arrived from the upper lakes on Wednesday. The Algoma left again for Fort William on Saturday afternoon a ...
Bulletin (Collingwood, ON), August 30, 1871 
TextNewspapers    THE ALGOMA - Capt. Orr arrived from Fort William on Monday, night bringing 36 tons of copper ore from Bruce Mines, 100 pkgs. Of fish, 7 span horses, 80 cabin and 25 deck passengers. She brought 40 bbls. Silver ore from Thunder bay to Sault. On Friday she leaves again for lake Superior. THE ...
Bulletin (Collingwood, ON), July 15, 1874 
TextNewspapers    MARINE ITEMS - the str. Francis Smith Capt. Robertson, arrived here from Lake Superior on Saturday. She brought down 46 passengers, and a quantity of general freight. She left again last night. The str. Waubuno , Capt. Campbell has taken out 179 passengers during the week, and brought in 67,...
Bulletin (Collingwood, ON), September 6, 1876 
TextNewspapers    Excursion to Christian Islands on the str. Waubuno yesterday ...
Bulletin (Collingwood, ON), September 20, 1876 
TextNewspapers    SERIOUS ACCIDENT - An accident of a serious nature occurred to Capt. Orr of the str. Cumberland , last Friday morning. The steamer ran aground at the mouth of the river in Owen Sound harbour, and for the purpose of pulling her off a line was fastened to the shore, the other end being passed ...
Bulletin (Collingwood, ON), September 27, 1876 
TextNewspapers    DEATH OF CAPT. ORR - the accident which Capt. Orr met with at Owen Sound as stated in the Bulletin last week, proved fatal on Thursday morning. The body was taken possession of by the Masons of Owen Sound, and it was brought down here on Thursday night by the Collingwood lodge on the tug ...
Bulletin (Collingwood, ON), November 1, 1876 
TextNewspapers    NEW STEAMER - We understand that our enterprising merchants Messrs Long have purchased a new steamer which they intend to put on the Georgian Bay route next season. The Steinhoff is the name of the new boat. ...
Bulletin (Collingwood, ON), November 15, 1876 
TextNewspapers    NAVIGATION - The str. Cumberland has gone into winter quarters. The Francis Smith is expected every hour from the upper lakes, and will be laid up at Owen Sound. The Seymour makes one more trip and the Spray two. The Waubuno and McKerral will run as long as they can-wind and weather...
Bulletin (Collingwood, ON), November 14, 1877 
TextNewspapers    SHIPPING ITEMS - the str. City of Owen Sound has not yet arrived from lake Superior, but may be expected at any moment. She is reported to have passed Sault Ste Marie on her downward trip last Saturday. She makes one more trip up the lakes this season. The Northern Belle leaves for Sault...
Bulletin (Collingwood, ON), April 21, 1880 
TextNewspapers    DAMAGED GRAIN - The schr. Prince Alfred which arrived on Monday night had several hundred bushels of corn badly damaged from water. FROM MANITOULIN ISLAND MANITOWANING April-5, We are anxiously waiting for the first steamer from Collingwood. Little Current channel is open as far as the...
Bulletin (Collingwood, ON), April 28, 1880 
TextNewspapers    THE SIMCOE - This new steamer built here during this winter is nearly completed. She appears strong and fully able to weather the storms of the upper lakes. The building of this steamer has given employment to a large number of our citizens at a time when employment is not generally...
Bulletin (Collingwood, ON), September 21, 1881 
TextNewspapers    The Stern half of Mr. A. M. Smith's British -built large iron steam ship Campana , intended for the Lake Superior line of Steamers and which had to be cut in two to get her to her destination arrived in Kingston some days ago in tow of three tugs the Champlain , Chiefton , and Hiram Calvin ....
Bulletin (Collingwood, ON), September 28, 1881 
TextNewspapers    SHIPPING ACCIDENT - The Francis Smith came into harbour on Sunday afternoon in a very leaky-condition, owing to her running upon a snag or sunken spar when going up the Sault Ste. Marie. Great caution was observed during the remainder of he voyage for fear of more serious consequences, and...
Bulletin (Collingwood, ON), October 18, 1882 
TextNewspapers    Coroner Crookshanks, of Barrie closed on Thursday and the jury found the following verdict ; We the jury empanelled to enquire into the death of Isaac Lecarte and others found dead in Georgian bay, after duly considering all the evidence laid relating to the matter find as follows; "1 The...
Bulletin (Collingwood, ON), June 22, 1905 
TextNewspapers    *Northern Navigation Co., Collingwood. The CITY OF COLLINGWOOD (C#94766) burned at the Grand Trunk rail docks at Collingwood and was destroyed, along with the dock and nearby sheds. She was 213 feet keel and 1,387 t. The CITY OF PARRY SOUND (C#94762, ex-FAVORITE), which burned in 1900, may have...
Bulletin (Collingwood, ON), Apr. 24, 1913 
TextNewspapers    Large fog bells operated by water-power are being installed in the light vessels maintained at Limekiln Crossing, in the Lower Detroit River, by the Department of Marine and Fisheries of Canada. The bell was placed on one of the vessels yesterday, and its sound can be heard all over Amherstburg....
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