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  • Packet (Orillia, ON), September 14, 1871
    TextNewspaper       COLLINGWOOD

    A MELANCHOLY AFFAIR - the gun boat Rescue came down from Lake Superior yesterday. From Mr. Parsons who went as pilot we learn, that the report of the death of 7 men connected with the surveying party at Nipigon is but true...

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    TextNewspaper     COLLINGWOOD

    A MELANCHOLY AFFAIR - the gun boat Rescue came down from Lake Superior yesterday. From Mr. Parsons who went as pilot we learn, that the report of the death of ...

  • Packet (Orillia, ON), August 7, 1874
    TextNewspaper       INCIDENTS

    After leaving Owen Sound on Wednesday the Chicora put into Presqu'ile where a large bon-fire was blazing, a number of lighted lamps placed at various points upon the Island. His Excellency went ashore...

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    TextNewspaper     INCIDENTS

    After leaving Owen Sound on Wednesday the Chicora put into Presqu'ile where a large bon-fire was blazing, a number of lighted lamps placed at various points upon the Island. His ...

  • Packet (Orillia, ON), July 17, 1874
    TextNewspaper       COLLINGWOOD

    Preparations are being made on a large scale for the reception of the Governor General and party on the 29th. Hie Excellency will arrive from Parry Sound on the Chicora at noon.

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    TextNewspaper     COLLINGWOOD

    Preparations are being made on a large scale for the reception of the Governor General and party on the 29th. Hie Excellency will arrive from Parry Sound on the Chicora ...

  • Packet (Orillia, ON), July 10, 1874
    TextNewspaper       WAUBAUSHENE

    On the 6th instant the steamer Waubuno made her first trip to Waubaushene.

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    TextNewspaper     WAUBAUSHENE

    On the 6th instant the steamer Waubuno made her first trip to Waubaushene.

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  • Packet (Orillia, ON), May 15, 1874
    TextNewspaper       COLLINGWOOD

    The steamer Chicora left Collingwood on Wednesday with 77 cabin and 120 deck passengers.

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    TextNewspaper     COLLINGWOOD

    The steamer Chicora left Collingwood on Wednesday with 77 cabin and 120 deck passengers.

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  • Packet (Orillia, ON), June 11, 1875
    TextNewspaper       PARRY SOUND

    The steamer Waubuno the present season, runs three times a week between Collingwood and this port.

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    TextNewspaper     PARRY SOUND

    The steamer Waubuno the present season, runs three times a week between Collingwood and this port.

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  • Packet (Orillia, ON), June 4, 1875
    TextNewspaper       PENETANGUISHENE

    It is expected that the steamer Waubuno will come in on Tuesdays this season, instead of Monday as last year, calling at Waubaushene and Midland

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    TextNewspaper     PENETANGUISHENE

    It is expected that the steamer Waubuno will come in on Tuesdays this season, instead of Monday as last year, calling at Waubaushene and Midland

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  • Packet (Orillia, ON), May 28, 1875
    TextNewspaper       PENETANGUISHENE

    MERCHANTS - and businessmen generally are anxiously looking for the arrival of the Waubuno. The Maid of Midland professing to ply between this and Coldwater has been very irregular thus far this season.

    PARRY ...

    TextNewspaper     PENETANGUISHENE

    MERCHANTS - and businessmen generally are anxiously looking for the arrival of the Waubuno. The Maid of Midland professing to ply between this and Coldwater has been very irregular thus ...

  • Packet (Orillia, ON), May 7, 1875
    TextNewspaper       COLDWATER

    The steamer Maid of Midland made her first trip on Wednesday.

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    TextNewspaper     COLDWATER

    The steamer Maid of Midland made her first trip on Wednesday.

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  • Packet (Orillia, ON), July 26, 1878
    TextNewspaper       COLLINGWOOD

    The tug Collingwood owned by S. C. Kennedy & Co of Toronto was totally destroyed by fire on the evening of the 19th five miles out from Byng Inlet light. The origin of the fire is a mystery. The crew were with difficulty saved as within five minutes after ...

    TextNewspaper     COLLINGWOOD

    The tug Collingwood owned by S. C. Kennedy & Co of Toronto was totally destroyed by fire on the evening of the 19th five miles out from Byng Inlet light. ...

  • Packet (Orillia, ON), July 5, 1878
    TextNewspaper      

    The Firemen's excursion to Penetanguishene on Dominion day was well patronized.... The captain and purser of the steamer Myrtie did all possible to promote the comfort and enjoyment of passengers even making an extra trip between Waubaushene and Penetanguishene to avoid crowding. ...

    TextNewspaper    

    The Firemen's excursion to Penetanguishene on Dominion day was well patronized.... The captain and purser of the steamer Myrtie did all possible to promote the comfort and enjoyment of passengers ...

  • Packet (Orillia, ON), June 21, 1878
    TextNewspaper      

    PARRY SOUND

    The Waubuno will give an excursion from Parry Sound to Collingwood on Dominion Day.

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    TextNewspaper    

    PARRY SOUND

    The Waubuno will give an excursion from Parry Sound to Collingwood on Dominion Day.

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  • Packet (Orillia, ON), May 24, 1878
    TextNewspaper       COLDWATER

    An excursion to Victoria Harbour on the Maid of Midland is advertized for the Queen's Birthday.

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    TextNewspaper     COLDWATER

    An excursion to Victoria Harbour on the Maid of Midland is advertized for the Queen's Birthday.

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  • Packet (Orillia, ON), December 5, 1879
    TextNewspaper      

    Referring to the Waubunothe three tugs which went out to look for the wreck returned on Wednesday night. They found parts of the upper works of the missing steamer, and large quantities of freight but found no signs of any of the passengers having escaped.

    Capt... of the ...

    TextNewspaper    

    Referring to the Waubunothe three tugs which went out to look for the wreck returned on Wednesday night. They found parts of the upper works of the missing steamer, and ...

  • Packet (Orillia, ON), June 6, 1879
    TextNewspaper      

    Mr. James Reide of this town is an officer of the steamer Northern Belle of the lake Superior Line.

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    TextNewspaper    

    Mr. James Reide of this town is an officer of the steamer Northern Belle of the lake Superior Line.

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  • Packet (Orillia, ON), May 16, 1879
    TextNewspaper       MIDLAND

    The steamer Myrtie brings a number of passengers every evening. Mechanics looking for lots in this thriving village.

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    TextNewspaper     MIDLAND

    The steamer Myrtie brings a number of passengers every evening. Mechanics looking for lots in this thriving village.

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  • Packet (Orillia, ON), May 2, 1879
    TextNewspaper       WAUBAUSHENE

    The harbour is clear of ice. The tug R.B. Hays arrived with a tow of logs on Tuesay from Duck bay, being the first boat of the season.

    PENETANGUISHENE

    Navigation is opened here on Tuesday April 29th the tug Kate ...

    TextNewspaper     WAUBAUSHENE

    The harbour is clear of ice. The tug R.B. Hays arrived with a tow of logs on Tuesay from Duck bay, being the first boat of the season.

    PENETANGUISHENE

    Navigation is ...

  • Packet (Orillia, ON), April 25, 1879
    TextNewspaper       WAUBAUSHENE

    CAPTAIN BAKEWELL - owner of the Myrtie is fitted out his pretty boat here, and to judge from the extensive alterations he is making in her she will certainly be very comfortable and convenient to passengers and will in all probability make a good season on ...

    TextNewspaper     WAUBAUSHENE

    CAPTAIN BAKEWELL - owner of the Myrtie is fitted out his pretty boat here, and to judge from the extensive alterations he is making in her she will certainly be ...

  • Packet (Orillia, ON), November 19,1880
    TextNewspaper       COLLINGWOOD

    Last week the Northern Queen made her trip from here to Chicago and back receiving and discharging cargoes, in 6 days and 19 hours. This is the fastest on record.

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    TextNewspaper     COLLINGWOOD

    Last week the Northern Queen made her trip from here to Chicago and back receiving and discharging cargoes, in 6 days and 19 hours. This is the fastest on record.

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  • Packet (Orillia, ON), October 22, 1880
    TextNewspaper       COLLINGWOOD

    The Captain of the Francis Smith has been fined $50 and costs for allowing liquor to be sold on his boat to Indians at Nipigon.

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    TextNewspaper     COLLINGWOOD

    The Captain of the Francis Smith has been fined $50 and costs for allowing liquor to be sold on his boat to Indians at Nipigon.

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