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From the Times we learn that the PHOBE CATHARINE is ashore at Michael's Bay.
Tuesday, September 15, 1874
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The Collingwood Bulletin learns that the efforts of the tug MARY ANN to raise the wrecked schooner PHOBE CATHARINE has been unsuccessful.
Friday, October 2, 1874
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Schooner PHOBE CATHARINE, of Picton and 120 tons. Stranded in thick weather in Michael's Bay, Manitoulin Island on September 5, 1874, while bound from Sarnia to Michael's Bay. She was released with damages amounting to $3,000.
Department of Marine & Fisheries
Statement of Wreck & Casualty, 1874.
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- Reason: aground
Remarks: Got off
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Latitude: 45.590277 Longitude: -82.109166
- William R. McNeil
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