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  • Owen Sound Times (Owen Sound, ON), August 9, 1872
        ADDRESS TO CAPT. ROBERTSONOn the last trip of the Frances Smith she took a large excursion party who were well pleased with the boat and her officers and before parting testified their esteem...
      ADDRESS TO CAPT. ROBERTSONOn the last trip of the Frances Smith she ...
  • Owen Sound Times (Owen Sound, ON), May 17, 1872
        DEPARTURE OF THE MANITOBAOn Tuesday evening last a surprise party comprised of some of the most prominent citizens of Owen Sound, visited the steamer Manitoba which was about leaving to take her place on the route from Sarnia to Duluth to bid farewell to the officers of ...
      DEPARTURE OF THE MANITOBAOn Tuesday evening last a surprise party comprised of ...
  • Owen Sound Times (Owen Sound, ON), August 1, 1873
        Bodies FoundOn Sunday afternoon last a farmer of the vicinity discovered a couple of bodies drifting ashore in Nottawasaga Bay, about six miles from Stayner, and Mr. Laidlaw of that place coming up at the time identified one of the bodies by a gold watch and papers as that of ...
      Bodies FoundOn Sunday afternoon last a farmer of the vicinity discovered a ...
  • Owen Sound Times (Owen Sound, ON), May 23, 1873
        OPENING OF NAVIGATIONThe Cumberland which had wintered at Bear Lake arrived at Collingwood Tuesday evening . She reports the Sault Canal open but encountered a large quantity of ice coming down. The Schooners Lady Dufferin, and O. A. King for ...
      OPENING OF NAVIGATIONThe Cumberland which had wintered at Bear Lake arrived at ...
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