The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
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Comet (Owen Sound, ON), Saturday July 5,1851 
TextNewspapers    BUSINESS OF OUR PORT There were, at one time last month, four schooners and one steamer in our port. The schooners Ann Jane , Eliza White , and Sydenham , arrived about the same time, with general cargoes of merchandise from Toronto. They made the trips in about 17 days. The Eliza White ...
Comet (Owen Sound, ON), Saturday April 24, 1852 
TextNewspapers    OUR HARBOUR Has been clear of ice for several days, but a strong north wind has filled it with loose ice from the North Shore of the Georgian bay. A South wind for a few hours is all that is necessary to clear out the Bay for a free navigation. We understand that the new Steamer Belle of ...
Comet (Owen Sound, ON), Saturday May 15, 1852 
TextNewspapers    We understand that the steamer Belle was at the mouth of the Saugeen (Southampton) last Wednesday, on her way to the Sault Ste. Marie. She will probably be here about Monday. The schooner Ann Jane left port last Thursday, for Toronto. The Eliza White is now loading 3, 000 bushels of wheat,...
Comet (Owen Sound, ON), Friday May 28, 1852 
TextNewspapers    WRECK OF THE BELLE When our last number was issued, hope was still entertained that this vessel would be in a condition to be repaired, though at a considerable expense. Now however, all hope has vanished - her larboard side is destroyed, and the northern winds since her stranding, have made her...
Comet (Owen Sound, ON), Friday June 25, 1852 
TextNewspapers    BETTER LATE THAN NEVER By an advertisement in another column it will be seen .that at length we are privileged with a steamboat on Georgian Bay. The Detroit is four times the power of the Gore , and will consequently be able to give more satisfaction. She made her first appearance last...
Comet (Owen Sound, ON), Friday July 2, 1852 
TextNewspapers    The schooner Eliza White anchored in our harbour this morning about 6 o'clock. We observe that she has on board an unprecedented amount of freight - bringing goods to our principal merchants. Our readers may expect to see advertisements stating where goods of good quality and at low prices will...
Comet (Owen Sound, ON), Friday September 17, 1852 
TextNewspapers    WRECK OF THE LILLY Mr. Hartley came in port last night and reports the loss of his vessel The Lilly of Penetanguishene, which was wrecked on the rocks at the entrance of Tupper Murrey harbour at the eastern entrance of Lake Huron. We understand that some time last week Mr. Hartley being laden...
Comet (Owen Sound, ON), April, 1853 
TextNewspapers    OUR HARBOR - The ice left the Owen sound bay last Friday, the 8th inst. Some of the Schooners belonging to this place wintered elsewhere, to undergo repairs and fitting out. The Sophia and Eliza White have been advertised to leave Toronto for this place, 1st of May and 20th inst. ...
Comet (Owen Sound, ON), Friday April 29, 1853 
TextNewspapers    KALOOLAH - This steamboat is advertised to leave Dunville on the 2nd May, for Sault Ste. Marie and Sturgeon bay, in order to commence the usual trips on the old Northern route - we may expect to see her in our bay by the 10th of May. ...
Comet (Owen Sound, ON), Friday May 13, 1853 
TextNewspapers    The Steamer Kaloolah left Southampton last Tuesday evening, and will probably reach our harbour by to-morrow morning. The Schooner Eliza White has been out from Toronto fifteen days - look for her the beginning of next week. ...
Comet (Owen Sound, ON), Friday May 20, 1853 
TextNewspapers    The Eliza White made our harbour last Monday morning according to our prognostication in last weeks paper. Notwithstanding the great storm which all will remember of the night previous, the captain looked bright and in good spirits. The cargo was heavy, and crowded in every nook and corner of...
Comet (Owen Sound, ON), Friday June 3, 1853 
TextNewspapers    The Schooner Sophia which was due a week ago has not yet made her appearance; she is hourly and anxiously expected, freighted, principally with merchandize for Owen Sound ...
Comet (Owen Sound, ON), Friday June 10, 1853 
TextNewspapers    SCHOONER SOPHIA - The anxiously expected vessel freighted with goods for Owen Sound alone, as near as we can ascertain from the Insurance Agent, to the amount of $10, 000, hove in sight Tuesday afternoon, and dropped her anchor in our harbor, about 5 o'clock p.m. Until now we had not the ...
Comet (Owen Sound, ON), Friday July 1, 1853 
TextNewspapers    We are at this moment informed that a schooner, supposed to be the Eliza White , is just entering the Bay. ...
Comet (Owen Sound, ON), Friday July 29, 1853 
TextNewspapers    EDITORIAL CORRESPONDENCE On Thursday night leaving Owen Sound I went on board the Kaloolah and was much pleased to find that the beauty and fashion of our Town were on hand bund for Meaford St. Vincent, to attend the Grand Temperance demonstration that was to come off the following day, ...
Comet (Owen Sound, ON), September 16, 1853 
TextNewspapers    STURGEON BAY AND SAULT STE MARIE ROUTE Travellers who have been accustomed to take a trip on the above route, which is acknowledged by all, to be in scenery the most picturesque and altogether the most interesting in Canada, will regret to know that Captain McGregor has left the command of the ...
Comet (Owen Sound, ON), November 25, 1853 
TextNewspapers    The KALOOLAH - The Globe of the 18th inst. says of this steamer a new crank is been preparing with all speed and will be dispatched from Toronto to-morrow morning (19th inst) There are seventy passengers now at Sturgeon Bay waiting for passage to the Sault St. Marie. The agent for the ...
Comet (Owen Sound, ON), December 2, 1853 
TextNewspapers    The Kaloolah has not yet made her appearance at our Bay since the accident and left her at Manitoulin. She is daily expected as plenty time is supposed to have elapsed for her fitting up since her machinery was sent her from Toronto. Rapid Sailing - The Daily Leader on Tuesday last the 29th...
Comet (Owen Sound, ON), December 9, 1853 
TextNewspapers    STEAMER KALOOLAH Some Cocnawaga Indians living about twelve miles down the Bay saw the Kaloolah passing down towards Sturgeon Bay on Sunday last. They were near enough to distinguish the upper deck and say she was moving very slowly probably in consequence of her machinery being yet out of ...
Comet (Owen Sound, ON), 28 Feb 1853 
TextNewspapers    Certificate of Capt. Macgregor I, Alexander Murray McGregor, mariner, have been engaged in the navigation of Lake Huron and the Georgian Bay during a period of thirteen years. I have generally been in command of sailing vessels but more recently as captain of the steamer Detroit, plying...
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