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  • Examiner (Barrie, ON), November 10, 1864
        ...The recent purchase of a propeller named the Georgian, from the respectable mercantile firm of A.M. Smith & Co., of Toronto by a supposed Southerner, for piratical purposes, has tended to increase the excitement of the Buffalonian; and her entrance into Lake Erie, through the ...
      ...The recent purchase of a propeller named the Georgian, from the respectable ...
  • Examiner (Barrie, ON), October 6, 1864
        SAUGEEN ELECTIONNomination of Candidates at Owen SoundThe efforts of Mr, McPherson's boasted wealth were conspicuous at the nomination which took place in Owen Sound yesterday. For weeks past it has been known that Mr. McPherson had chartered for the occasion ...
      SAUGEEN ELECTIONNomination of Candidates at Owen SoundThe efforts of Mr, McPherson's boasted ...
  • Examiner (Barrie, ON), September 3, 1868
        MASONIC EXCURSION FROM COLLINGWOOD TO MCGREGOR'S HARBOUR - The new and beautifully modelled iron steamer, Chicora, left Collingwood last Tuesday morning, with some 500 excursionists on board, the masons appearing in full regalia. They were accompanied by two bands of music. ...
      MASONIC EXCURSION FROM COLLINGWOOD TO MCGREGOR'S HARBOUR - The new and beautifully ...
  • Examiner (Barrie, ON), December 2, 1869
        LAID UP - The steamers Algoma, Frances Smith, Emily May and Ida Burton have all gone into winter quarters so that navigation on the Georgian Bay and Lake Simcoe is virtually closed for the season...
      LAID UP - The steamers Algoma, Frances Smith, Emily May and Ida ...
  • Examiner (Barrie, ON), September 16, 1869
        Excursion to Penetanguishene - The excursion up the Northern Railway to Collingwood and from there by the steamer Francis Smith to Penetanguishene gotten up under the auspices of L. O. L. No 73 and the proceeds of which were designed to aid the erection of an Orange Hall in the ...
      Excursion to Penetanguishene - The excursion up the Northern Railway to Collingwood ...
  • Examiner (Barrie, ON), July 29, 1869
        EXCURSION TO OWEN SOUND - The excursion of the Manitou Lodge of A. F. & A. M. . of Collingwood. On Monday last, was a perfect success in so far as numbers were concerned. A special train left Barrie for Collingwood at 7 a.m. and carried with it some 150 ...
      EXCURSION TO OWEN SOUND - The excursion of the Manitou Lodge of ...
  • Examiner (Barrie, ON), July 15, 1869
        The Chicora on her last trip from Thunder Bay (Hudson Bay Territory) to Collingwood had on board sixteen packages of silver and valued at $20, 000...
      The Chicora on her last trip from Thunder Bay (Hudson Bay Territory) ...
  • Examiner (Barrie, ON), Thursday July 8, 1869
        LOCAL ITEMS - We regret to learn that the steamer Frances Smith broke her shaft near Collingwood on Tuesday. Fortunately she has another in reserve at Owen Sound so that she will be on her route again in a few days...
      LOCAL ITEMS - We regret to learn that the steamer Frances Smith ...
  • Examiner (Barrie, ON), June 17, 1869
        There is a grand military excursion from Collingwood to Penetanguishene on the 21st instant on the steamer Chicora...
      There is a grand military excursion from Collingwood to Penetanguishene on the ...
  • Examiner (Barrie, ON), May 6, 1869
        The Steamer "Frances Smith" RaisedWe were pleased to learn, as we did on Tuesday, by telegraph, that the new steamer Frances Smith, which sunk in Byng Inlet, last Fall has been raised., and is now in Detroit undergoing repairs. The raising was ...
      The Steamer "Frances Smith" RaisedWe were pleased to learn, as we did ...
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