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Meaford Monitor (Meaford, ON), April 9 1869, page 2 
TextNewspapers  Meaford Monitor (Meaford, ON), April 9 1869, page 2page 2  From Owen Sound Your readers will be pleased to hear that the "Frances Smith" is yet safe on a rock at Byng Inlet and that Captain Smith starts in the beginning of next week to bring her off, hoping to have her here two weeks after the opening of navigation. ...
Meaford Monitor (Meaford, ON), May 7 1869, page 2 
TextNewspapers  Meaford Monitor (Meaford, ON), May 7 1869, page 2page 2  The Wabuno her trips here longer than was at first expected, on account of the ice. Should all be clear she will start for the North shore today or next. The Frances Smith has been safely taken from her enforced winter quarters by the Magnet and towed to Detroit. The chief damage was found to...
Meaford Monitor (Meaford, ON), March 21, 1872, page 4 
TextNewspapers  Meaford Monitor (Meaford, ON), March 21, 1872, page 4page 4  The Frances Smith will next season be on the Collingwood and Lake Superior Line. Another smaller but faster steamer will take her place on this route, so that we shall have daily communication by water as before. ...
Meaford Monitor (Meaford, ON), May 16, 1872, page 4 
TextNewspapers  Meaford Monitor (Meaford, ON), May 16, 1872, page 4page 4  The Maple Leaf came in yesterday and took out a cargo of wheat for Mr. J & W Stewart./p> The Silver Spray did not come down yesterday. She was undergoing some slight repairs. The first schooner visiting us this season was the maple Leaf, Captain Foote. She went out on Monday with a cargo of ...
Meaford Monitor (Meaford, ON), May 23, 1872, page 4 
TextNewspapers  Meaford Monitor (Meaford, ON), May 23, 1872, page 4page 4  The Mountaineer took out on Friday last a cargo of fall wheat for J & W Stewart. Since our last issue the Maple Leaf has made three trips to and from Collingwood taking out three cargoes of wheat for H. Chisholm & Co. On Tuesday morning the Evening star of Kincardine brought in a ...
Meaford Monitor (Meaford, ON), May 30, 1872, page 4 
TextNewspapers  Meaford Monitor (Meaford, ON), May 30, 1872, page 4page 4  The return trip of the Silver Spray from Byng Inlet a week ago Monday, a man named Monahan who had been working the Mills during the winter got tipsy and fell into the hold head foremost, receiving such injuries as to cause death shortly after. These saloons on boats are a bad thing. ...
Meaford Monitor (Meaford, ON), June 6, 1872, page 4 
TextNewspapers  Meaford Monitor (Meaford, ON), June 6, 1872, page 4page 4  The Silver Spray is making excellent time on her trips. Hope it may continue. ...
Meaford Monitor (Meaford, ON), July 4, 1872, page 5 
TextNewspapers  Meaford Monitor (Meaford, ON), July 4, 1872, page 5page 5  Excursion by the Chicora The Masonic brethern of Meaford have secured the Chicora - the fastest steamer on our inland waters - for an excursion to Penetanguishene on Monday 15th July. Remember it. The Masonic excursion has hitherto been the great event of the year …. ...
Meaford Monitor (Meaford, ON), July 11, 1872, page 5 
TextNewspapers  Meaford Monitor (Meaford, ON), July 11, 1872, page 5page 5  Masonic Excursion We noted last week that the Masonic brethern of this place intended giving an excursion to Penetanguishene on Monday next. We no learn that the Chicora has disappointed them and that consequently the excursion has been postponed until Thursday the 18 inst. And then by the ...
Meaford Monitor (Meaford, ON), July 25, 1872, page 1 
TextNewspapers  Meaford Monitor (Meaford, ON), July 25, 1872, page 1page 1  Wreck of the "Manitoba" The fine new steamer Manitoba of the Sarnia and Lake Superior line, was wrecked on Michipicoten Island, Lake Superior on Thursday the 11th inst. A correspondent of the mail gives the following account…… See story…. ...
Meaford Monitor (Meaford, ON), July 25, 1872, page 5 
TextNewspapers  Meaford Monitor (Meaford, ON), July 25, 1872, page 5page 5  The schooner Restless came in on Tuesday evening with a cargo of salt for J & W Stewart and R & H Fulton. The Masonic excursion by the Algoma was a rather unfortunate one. Notwithstanding the cloudy morning and a slight roll on the bay about 400 went on board. The trip over was accomplished ...
Meaford Monitor (Meaford, ON), Aug 1, 1872, page 4 
TextNewspapers  Meaford Monitor (Meaford, ON), Aug 1, 1872, page 4page 4  Excursion - The Mechanics Institute has been promised the old favourite excursion boat, Frances Smith for a trip to McGregor's Harbour or Wiarton towards the end of August…. An excursion party came down by the Spray from Leith on Tuesday. Advert for Silver Spray [incomplete] Captain W. ...
Meaford Monitor (Meaford, ON), Aug 15,1872, page 6 
TextNewspapers  Meaford Monitor (Meaford, ON), Aug 15,1872, page 6page 6  The tug Watchman, Capt. Davis formerly of this village brought in last Friday a scow loaded with timber for the station. ...
Meaford Monitor (Meaford, ON), 29 Aug 1872, page 6 
TextNewspapers  Meaford Monitor (Meaford, ON), 29 Aug 1872, page 6page 6  Some repairs were being done on the wheels of the Spray [Silver Spray] on Tuesday and hence she did not make her usual trip, and our mails were supplied by the antiquated stage system. ...
Meaford Monitor (Meaford, ON), August 29, 1872, page 6 
TextNewspapers  Meaford Monitor (Meaford, ON), August 29, 1872, page 6page 6  OWEN SOUND The Algoma brought in two weeks ago a cargo of rails for the Narrow Gauge…. ...
Meaford Monitor (Meaford, ON), Sept 5, 1872 
TextNewspapers    The mails are now sent down regularly to by land to Thornbury, closing here for the east at 11 o'clock and returning at three. We thus begin already to experience the benefits of the railway - regularity and certainty. A severe storm arose on the Lake on Thursday night and continued during ...
Meaford Monitor (Meaford, ON), September 19, 1872 
TextNewspapers    EXCURSION - Crowd in by the hundreds to the excursion by our old favourite, the Francis Smith, to Wiarton, on Thursday next. It will be the last and we hope the best excursion of the season. Take your wife and bairns on the excursion per the Francis Smith to Wiarton on Thursday next. If the...
Meaford Monitor (Meaford, ON), Oct 3, 1872 
TextNewspapers    The tug Mary Ann brought in a scow loaded with stone for the Railway on Friday last. The stone were brought from Owen Sound. ...
Meaford Monitor (Meaford, ON), Oct 10, 1872 
TextNewspapers    The first shipment of this season's spring wheat was made on Friday night last by Messers H. Chisholm & Co and Messers J & W Stewart for whom the schooner Prince Edward, Captain Black, took out. The bridge at Thornbury has been completed and the first engine passed over it. Etc…. Ad for ...
Meaford Monitor (Meaford, ON), Oct 24, 1872 
TextNewspapers    The rails of the North Grey will be laid as far as Workman's Creek within a few days. ...
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