The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
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Expositor (Orillia, ON), December 18, 1868 
TextNewspapers    The Enterprize says a staunch little steamer has been purchased by the people of Thornbury and placed on the route between Collingwood and that village. ...
Expositor (Orillia, ON), April 30, 1869 
TextNewspapers    The steamer Margaret has left for the Georgian Bay to raise the steamer Francis Smith under the superintendence of Capt. Fortier. ...
Expositor (Orillia, ON), June 18, 1869 
TextNewspapers    The Chicora left Collingwood in her trip this season for Fort William on Tuesday with a large quantity of freight and a number of passengers destined for Red River. The Enterprize says the steamer Fred Hotchkiss was launched in the Bay at Collingwood on Thursday of last week. It being the ...
Expositor (Orillia, ON), June 25, 1869 
TextNewspapers    It is said the iron steamer Chicora running between Collingwood and Fort William is the fastest steamer in America on her last trip she beat the fast side-wheel American steamer Keewenau three hours and a half between Sault St Marie and Marquette a distance of one hundred and seventy...
Expositor (Orillia, ON), May 23, 1872 
TextNewspapers    NEW STEAMER - A small screw steamer to be called the Maid of Midland was brought up on the Northern Railway last week and will be launched and fitted up here. It is owned by Mr. F.S. Darling has accommodation for about 50 passengers and will run between Penetanguishene, Coldwater,...
Expositor (Orillia, ON), July 25, 1872 
TextNewspapers    The Waubuno last week took ten tons of maple sugar from Little Current, consigned to A. A. Thompson, Penetanguishene. ...
Expositor (Orillia, ON), October 3, 1872 
TextNewspapers    The steamer Maid of Midland leaves Coldwater every morning for Severn, Waubaushene, Hog Bay and Midland. ...
Expositor (Orillia, ON), May 15, 1873 
TextNewspapers    PENETANGUISHENE The steamer Waubuno has at last arrived, bringing freight and passengers. ...
Expositor (Orillia, ON), July 23, 1873 
TextNewspapers    Another body the fifth of those drowned at the Mary Ward disaster, last fall was washed ashore about two miles from the mouth of the Nottawa River, on Tuesday. ...
Expositor (Orillia, ON), August 7, 1873 
TextNewspapers    GEORGIAN BAY - The popular steamer Maid of Midland is making regular trips between Coldwater, Midland and Penetanguishene this summer affording parties a good opportunity of enjoying one of the most delightful excursions of this part of Canada. A stage leaves Orillia every morning at seven ...
Expositor (Orillia, ON), September 25, 1873 
TextNewspapers    ABANDONED - the wrecking company have failed to take up the propellor Mary Ward , and we understand the job has been finally given up. Last Wednesday she was so far lifted as to reveal the fact that she has sustained very serious damage, and perhaps would not justify any extensive outlay. Her...
Expositor (Orillia, ON), October 2, 1873 
TextNewspapers    EXCURSION - Left Thursday the Mayor and Corporation of Toronto took their annual excursion which intended over two days...On arrival at Collingwood they embarked on board the steamer Chicora for Penetanguishene... ...
Expositor (Orillia, ON), April 30, 1874 
TextNewspapers    COLLINGWOOD There is still a considerable deal of ice in our bay but it will no doubt soon disappear. The steamer Chicora was to have left Detroit for here on Saturday last, and we very shortly will have navigation and business in full blast. ...
Expositor (Orillia, ON), May 7, 1874 
TextNewspapers    MIDLAND CITY The heavy plodding Waubuno steamer which in summer dispenses its blessings along the shores, makes a practice of coming into Midland City under cloud of night but takes particular good care to avoid Penetanguishene till bright morning her venturous brow. ...
Expositor (Orillia, ON), May 28, 1874 
TextNewspapers    The steamer Cumberland arrived on Tuesday May 26th from Lake Superior with a good passenger and freight list, being the first steamer through to Duluth this year... The steamer Chicora left here Tuesday afternoon with 220 passengers and a full load of freight and live stock... ...
Expositor (Orillia, ON), June 4, 1874 
TextNewspapers    ...one firm alone shipped by the Steamer Seymour goods to the value of $4, 000 which certainly does not show that we have dull times. ...
Expositor (Orillia, ON), June 11, 1874 
TextNewspapers    It is reported that the steamer Algoma has been condemned by the Government Inspector which surprises no one as she is now nearly forty years old. ...
Expositor (Orillia, ON), June 25, 1874 
TextNewspapers    Steamboats doing tolerably well Seymour Capt., McGregor having a big rush of passengers and freight. ...
Expositor (Orillia, ON), August 6, 1874 
TextNewspapers    DISTRICT NEWS - The Cumberland arrived at Collingwood last Thursday with the Canadian Press Association on board, altogether one hundred and seventy passengers. They were delighted with the beauties of the Lake Superior Region. She also brought 480 boxes of whortle berries, 212 packages of ...
Expositor (Orillia, ON), August 27, 1874 
TextNewspapers    We learn from Owen Sound that the fine propellor City of London was burned on the 20th inst at Collins Inlet and that Alexander Campell of Owen Sound perished in the flames. ...
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