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  • Northern Advance (Barrie, ON), Oct. 10, 1895
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    Sault St Marie Oct. 8 The schooner Aberdeen in tow of the steamer Rappahannock parted her tow line and went ashore off Point Iroquois in last night's gale. The schooner broke in two and is a total loss. The crew was rescued. The Aberdeen was owned by James ...

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    Sault St Marie Oct. 8 The schooner Aberdeen in tow of the steamer Rappahannock parted her tow line and went ashore off Point Iroquois in last night's gale. The schooner ...

  • 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 ...

  • 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, ...

  • 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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  • 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 ...

  • 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 ...

  • 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 ...

  • Northern Advance (Barrie, ON), October 5, 1882
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    The investigation into the cause of the Asia disaster has continued all week. The evidence taken is of such a voluminous character that an attempt to give even an abbreviation of it would require much more space than we have at our disposal. The general opinion however is that the ...

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    The investigation into the cause of the Asia disaster has continued all week. The evidence taken is of such a voluminous character that an attempt to give even an abbreviation ...

  • Northern Advance (Barrie, ON), September 28, 1882
    TextNewspaper       LOSS OF THE ASIA!

    THE STORY AS TOLD BY TWOof the survivorsHEART-RENDERING SCENES PREVIOUS TO THE CATASTROPHE"YOUR BOAT WILL NEVER GET TO FRENCH RIVERANOTHER MARINE DISASTER

    (The Mail)

    COLLINGWOOD, Sept. 19. - ...

    TextNewspaper     LOSS OF THE ASIA!

    THE STORY AS TOLD BY TWOof the survivorsHEART-RENDERING SCENES PREVIOUS TO THE CATASTROPHE"YOUR BOAT WILL NEVER GET TO FRENCH RIVERANOTHER MARINE DISASTER

    (The Mail)

    COLLINGWOOD, Sept. 19. ...

  • Northern Advance (Barrie, ON), September 21, 1882
    TextNewspaper       LOSS OF THE ASIA

    Scarcely has the painful impression upon the public mind caused by the loss of the Manitoulin passed away when the news is received of another terrible calamity upon our northern lakes. The news of the loss of the steamer Asia, of the Great ...

    TextNewspaper     LOSS OF THE ASIA

    Scarcely has the painful impression upon the public mind caused by the loss of the Manitoulin passed away when the news is received of another terrible calamity ...

  • Northern Advance (Barrie, ON), September 14, 1882
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    SPEAKING of a race between the Canadian steamer Campana and the American steamer Badger State, the Algoma Pioneer says - On round the bend in the river the American had a long lead, which was gradually shortened until the boats were opposite our dock when ...

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    SPEAKING of a race between the Canadian steamer Campana and the American steamer Badger State, the Algoma Pioneer says - On round the bend in the river the American had ...

  • Northern Advance (Barrie, ON), August 17, 1882
    TextNewspaper       THE WAUBAUSHENE

    Messrs Shickluna of St. Catherines, have reason to be proud of the tug Waubaushene which they have just handed over to her owners the Georgian Bay Lumber Co. She was inspected yesterday and is a neat a specimen of naval architecture as we have seen for a ...

    TextNewspaper     THE WAUBAUSHENE

    Messrs Shickluna of St. Catherines, have reason to be proud of the tug Waubaushene which they have just handed over to her owners the Georgian Bay Lumber Co. She ...

  • Northern Advance (Barrie, ON), August 3, 1882
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    CAPT. BAKEWELL of the Steamer Myrtie having very generously offered the free use of his excellent steamer for a day's excursion for the benefit of the C. M. Church in Penetanguishene the committee decided to avail themselves of the kind offer and did so on Monday last to Governor's ...

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    CAPT. BAKEWELL of the Steamer Myrtie having very generously offered the free use of his excellent steamer for a day's excursion for the benefit of the C. M. Church in ...

  • Northern Advance (Barrie, ON), July 27, 1882
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    The Methodist and Presbyterian Sunday Schools of Alliston held an excursion to Collingwood on Thursday last... They enjoyed a three hour cruise on the Georgian Bay on board the steamer Emerald. and spent a regular good time throughout..

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    The Methodist and Presbyterian Sunday Schools of Alliston held an excursion to Collingwood on Thursday last... They enjoyed a three hour cruise on the Georgian Bay on board the steamer ...

  • Northern Advance (Barrie, ON), July 6, 1882
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    The staunch little propellor Wiarton Belle will hereafter run from Penetanguishene to Parry Sound and Byng Inlet, making two trips per week. Capt. Davis has recently purchased her and is making arrangements for freight with the different railway companies.

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    The staunch little propellor Wiarton Belle will hereafter run from Penetanguishene to Parry Sound and Byng Inlet, making two trips per week. Capt. Davis has recently purchased her and is ...

  • Northern Advance (Barrie, ON), June 22, 1882
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    ANOTHER STEAMER BURNED - On Monday week the news of the burning of the steam barge Vanderbilt, was received and confirmed by later telegrams. The following extract from a letter written by Mr. Olmstead to his partner Mr. Appleton, tells the story; "Long before you ...

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    ANOTHER STEAMER BURNED - On Monday week the news of the burning of the steam barge Vanderbilt, was received and confirmed by later telegrams. The following extract from a letter ...

  • Northern Advance (Barrie, ON), June 13, 1882
    TextNewspaper       MUSKOSK

    FATAL ACCOUNT - A most melancholy accident occurred at Muskosk on Friday last in which Mr. George Bute the well known Engineer of the tug Tender lost his life by drowning. It appears the tug was engaged towing the Hotchkiss, when some little ...

    TextNewspaper     MUSKOSK

    FATAL ACCOUNT - A most melancholy accident occurred at Muskosk on Friday last in which Mr. George Bute the well known Engineer of the tug Tender lost his life by ...

  • Northern Advance (Barrie, ON), June 8, 1882
    TextNewspaper       BURNING OF THE MANITOULIN

    VALUABLE SUGGESTION FROM THE PASSENGERS OF THE ILL-FATED STEAMER

    The following memorial signed by fifty-two of the passengers of the ill-fated steamer Manitoulin is addressed to his Excellency the Governor General ...

    TextNewspaper     BURNING OF THE MANITOULIN

    VALUABLE SUGGESTION FROM THE PASSENGERS OF THE ILL-FATED STEAMER

    The following memorial signed by fifty-two of the passengers of the ill-fated steamer Manitoulin is addressed to his ...

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