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  • Enterprise (Collingwood, ON), December 22, 1881
        Meaford Monitor; - Mr. Caleb Hallcock brother of the late Jas Hallcock, who had been grappling for the steamer Jane Miller in the vicinity of Big Bay and Cameron's and Spencer docks for four days returned on Tuesday entirely unsuccessful. Not a vestige of the missing ...
      Meaford Monitor; - Mr. Caleb Hallcock brother of the late Jas Hallcock, ...
  • Enterprise (Collingwood, ON), December 15, 1881
        Nothing definite has yet been heard of the Jane Miller false reports to the contrary notwithstanding...
      Nothing definite has yet been heard of the Jane Miller false reports ...
  • Enterprise (Collingwood, ON), December 8, 1881
        PRESENTATION - While the Emerald was on her last trip up for the season Miss Kelly the deservedly popular and highly esteemed stewardess of that boat was by her numerous friends at Little Current presented with a beautiful silver butter cooler.DRY DOCKED - ...
      PRESENTATION - While the Emerald was on her last trip up for ...
  • Enterprise (Collingwood, ON), November 17, 1881
        The new tug Superior which has been built by the Dry Dock and Ship building Company was successfully launched on Saturday last and now lies in the river being fitted up. She will be one of the strongest and best tugs on the lakes. O. S. TimesWhile the men were ...
      The new tug Superior which has been built by the Dry Dock ...
  • Enterprise (Collingwood, ON), November 3, 1881
        The Campana is expected to arrive at this port the latter end next week. She will probably leave Port Dalhouise next Monday. After making on trip up the lakes with a cargo of freight it is said the boat will be taken to Owen Sound to be fitted up during ...
      The Campana is expected to arrive at this port the latter end ...
  • Enterprise (Collingwood, ON), December 7, 1882
        A FINE STEAMERThe Atlantic - What she Looks LikeFew who say what was left of the Manitoulin after the terrible fire in May last would have been able to recognize that the graceful boat which came into our harbour on Thursday last like a ...
      A FINE STEAMERThe Atlantic - What she Looks LikeFew who say what ...
  • Enterprise (Collingwood, ON), December 5, 1882
        THE LOST ASIA - A considerable quantity of wreckage from the ill-fated Asia has been brought into town from the north shore, and is now in the hands of the Mayor. It consists of life preservers, broken pieces of furniture, some horse collars, and a number of photographs, ...
      THE LOST ASIA - A considerable quantity of wreckage from the ill-fated ...
  • Enterprise (Collingwood, ON), November 30, 1882
        OWEN SOUND Nov. 27 - The cargo of flour taken from the propeller Georgian was sold here today by public auction.THE CAMPANA - the Campana arrived in port on Saturday at noon, after experiencing the roughest trip she has yet had. The officers of the boat ...
      OWEN SOUND Nov. 27 - The cargo of flour taken from the ...
  • Enterprise (Collingwood, ON), November 23, 1882
        The Toronto Lumber Co's tug Cherokee arrived here Tuesday night from South Bay. She reported seeing a steam barge ashore on Club Island but was unable to go to her assistance for want of fuel. The tug left here Wednesday morning for Spanish River for the purpose of towing down ...
      The Toronto Lumber Co's tug Cherokee arrived here Tuesday night from South ...
  • Enterprise (Collingwood, ON), November 16, 1882
        THE METALLIC LIFEBOAT - Says the Parry Sound Star Chief Solomon James of Shawanaga recently found and brought to this place the metallic life boat of the ill fated steamer Asia in which Mr. Tinkiss, Miss Morrison and their dead comrades came ashore. The boat ...
      THE METALLIC LIFEBOAT - Says the Parry Sound Star Chief Solomon James ...
  • Enterprise (Collingwood, ON), November 2, 1882
        The verdict of the corner's jury at Parry Sound, given in another column will cause surprise to all, and though it is difficult to suspect men under oath, of being contrary to the dictates of right and conscience; still it is even more difficult to believe that with the slight ...
      The verdict of the corner's jury at Parry Sound, given in another ...
  • Enterprise (Collingwood, ON), October 19, 1882
        THE ASIAThe most horrible thing in connection with this tragedy yet made known is the action of the light house keeper on Lonely Island, an Indian or half breed. Tis savage and his friends found on the Island the body of Mrs. W. H. Woods, of Cincinnati, in search of ...
      THE ASIAThe most horrible thing in connection with this tragedy yet made ...
  • Enterprise (Collingwood, ON), October 12, 1882
        THE INQUESTThe inquest on the body of the identified "unknown man" was continued last week and adjourned until yesterday, when it was reopened. It is painful to witness the levity shown in regard to the affair, but from the manner in which it is conducted, one does not ...
      THE INQUESTThe inquest on the body of the identified "unknown man" was ...
  • Enterprise (Collingwood, ON), October 5, 1882
        UNCORRECTED MISTAKESThe revocation of the certificates permitting them to carry passengers granted to the Emerald running on the Georgian Bay and the City of Toronto is a step which has not been taken too soon Globe, Oct. 2ndThe evidence ...
      UNCORRECTED MISTAKESThe revocation of the certificates permitting them to carry passengers granted ...
  • Enterprise (Collingwood, ON), September 28, 1882
        THE LOST ASIAOpening of the Inquest at CollingwoodIDENTIFYING THE BODYCOLLINGWOOD, Sept. 22 - To-day the town presented a lively appearance on account of the great Northern Exhibition being held here and strangers would hardly realize that we have ...
      THE LOST ASIAOpening of the Inquest at CollingwoodIDENTIFYING THE BODYCOLLINGWOOD, Sept. 22 ...
  • Enterprise (Collingwood, ON), Sept 21, 1882
        THE GREAT TRAGEDYLOSS OF THE ASIAThe cry goes up, how long?Death in a Life BoatA Girl Heroine and a Boy HeroALWAYS CONFIDENTDYING HYMNS OF PRAYEROnce again and after a lapse of a comparatively short ...
      THE GREAT TRAGEDYLOSS OF THE ASIAThe cry goes up, how long?Death in ...
  • Enterprise (Collingwood, ON), July 20, 1882
        STEAMBOAT REGULATIONSThe number of steamboat disasters during past years have been such a fruitful cause of sorrow and trouble to Canada that they have forced upon the Marine and Fisheries Department the necessity of adopting stringent measures to ensure safety to travellers. With ...
      STEAMBOAT REGULATIONSThe number of steamboat disasters during past years have been such ...
  • Enterprise (Collingwood, ON), July 23, 1882
        The band excursion to Thornbury was well patronized about 200 being on board the Asia The band furnished the music, in their A1 style...
      The band excursion to Thornbury was well patronized about 200 being on ...
  • Enterprise (Collingwood, ON), July 20, 1882
        The Francis Smith suffering from a broken paddle wheel is laid up for repairs at Owen Sound being towed there by the Campana...
      The Francis Smith suffering from a broken paddle wheel is laid up ...
  • Enterprise (Collingwood, ON), July 6, 1882
        OUR BOATS - In another column will be found the advertisement of the Collingwood and Sault Ste. Marie line of steam boats. The Manitoulin has been replaced by the Asia a former Sarnia boat which arrived in this port on Saturday afternoon. The line is now ...
      OUR BOATS - In another column will be found the advertisement of ...
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