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  • Times (Orillia, ON), July, 1872
        Masonic ExcursionThe annual excursion of the St. George's Lodge of Freemen took place on Monday last, the 28th inst. on the steamer Silver Spray after eight o'clock. The members of the lodge marched down to the boat. About 150 excursionists were on board. The boat was ...
      Masonic ExcursionThe annual excursion of the St. George's Lodge of Freemen took ...
  • Times (Orillia, ON), June 14, 1872
        OUR HARBOURThe Collingwood people are pleased! With nothing but an artificial make-shift of a harbour, which the elements made shipwreck of last winter, costing the Government $35, 000 and the Northern Railway a like sum to repair it again, they have long envied the splendid natural ...
      OUR HARBOURThe Collingwood people are pleased! With nothing but an artificial make-shift ...
  • Times (Orillia, ON), May 3, 1872
        OPENING OF NAVIGATION - The Schooner Maple Leaf cleared on Wednesday evening with a cargo of wheat shipped by Mr. Jas. Sutherland. The Silver Spray commences her regular trips on Monday next...
      OPENING OF NAVIGATION - The Schooner Maple Leaf cleared on Wednesday evening ...
  • Times (Orillia, ON), September 5, 1873
        FATAL ACCIDENTWe regret to have to record this week the death by accident of Alonzo Pearson... It appears that on the 21st. Inst., while the vessel on which he was employed was in Detour Channel at Drummond Island Lake Huron, he was reefing the top-sail and catching hold of a ...
      FATAL ACCIDENTWe regret to have to record this week the death by ...
  • Times (Orillia, ON), August 28, 1873
        The Collingwood Wrecking Company has agreed to take the Mary Ward from her resting place, and the tug Mary Ann will commence the task immediately. If they succeed the Mary Ward which has not received much injury will be fitted up and put on the ...
      The Collingwood Wrecking Company has agreed to take the Mary Ward from ...
  • Times (Orillia, ON), July 18 1873
        THE TWELFTH - On Saturday morning last the Orangemen of Owen Sound assembled to celebrate the anniversary of the Battle of the Boyne by an excursion, but owing to a few hours delay of the City of London in arriving from Chicago the excursion could not start at the hour ...
      THE TWELFTH - On Saturday morning last the Orangemen of Owen Sound ...
  • Times (Orillia, ON), June, 1873
        MASONIC EXCURSION - As will be seen by advertisement the Free masons of Owen Sound have arranged for an excursion on the Frances Smith to Meaford on Thursday next. The trip will be a pleasant one...
      MASONIC EXCURSION - As will be seen by advertisement the Free masons ...
  • Times (Orillia, ON), October 4, 1877
        MIDLANDOpposition is the life of trade, and the Captain of the Myrtie is a supporter of the maxim. This vessel is a fast running screw wheel steamer, hailing from Port Huron, and is admirably fitted to carry passengers. It is now running opposition to the ...
      MIDLANDOpposition is the life of trade, and the Captain of the Myrtie ...
  • Times (Orillia, ON), September 13, 1877
        MIDLANDThe Sons of Temperance excursion came off on Friday 7th inst. And though not as large as had been expected, owing to the fine harvesting weather it was quite a success. The romantic scenery on the route to Parry Sound is well worth seeing, sometimes the vessel passes between ...
      MIDLANDThe Sons of Temperance excursion came off on Friday 7th inst. And ...
  • Times (Orillia, ON), August 30, 1877
        MIDLANDOn Monday the steamer Waubuno left with a cargo of excursionists from Collingwood and the Northern Belle brought them back at 4 a.m. on Tuesday They then left for Parry Sound with the Midland and Penetang Masons and their friends. Great preparations ...
      MIDLANDOn Monday the steamer Waubuno left with a cargo of excursionists from ...
  • Times (Orillia, ON), August 9, 1877
        The steamer Cumberland ran on a rock on her last trip Damage considerable...
      The steamer Cumberland ran on a rock on her last trip Damage ...
  • Times (Orillia, ON), July 26, 1877
        MIDLANDThe barque Mary Robertson arrived here again from Goderich and is again loading lumber at H. H. Cook's mills...
      MIDLANDThe barque Mary Robertson arrived here again from Goderich and is again ...
  • Times (Orillia, ON), July 19, 1877
        MIDLANDAn impromptu excursion was got up about 1:00 took advantage of the trip on board the Sarah Jane Marshall which has been undergoing repairs, towed by the tug R. B. Hays There was good music for dancing...The barge Mary ...
      MIDLANDAn impromptu excursion was got up about 1:00 took advantage of the ...
  • Times (Orillia, ON), May 31, 1877
        MidlandThe Tecumseth of Goderich left here on Friday heavily loaded with lumber and shingles.The steamer Waubuno arrived here on her first trip on Friday morning. She is to call once a week...
      MidlandThe Tecumseth of Goderich left here on Friday heavily loaded with lumber ...
  • Times (Orillia, ON), May 10, 1877
        WaubausheneNAVIGATION - The steamer Georgiana sailed into the harbour on the 1st of May for the first time this season. She will run daily between Penetanguishene Midland City, Victoria Harbour and here, connecting with the passenger trains...
      WaubausheneNAVIGATION - The steamer Georgiana sailed into the harbour on the 1st ...
  • Times (Orillia, ON), May 16, 1878
        COLDWATEROn the 24th of May an excursion on board the Maid of Midland will leave here at 9;30 calling at Waubaushene, Green Island, Methodist Island and Victoria Harbour. Music will be provided for dancing . Tickets 25 cents...
      COLDWATEROn the 24th of May an excursion on board the Maid of ...
  • Times (Orillia, ON), May 9, 1878
        WAUBAUSHENEWe understand that the Georgiana has been taken off the route from this place to Penetang two of them being found to be more than the traffic could support. The Myrtie is a snug little craft fast well officered and equal to all the elements ...
      WAUBAUSHENEWe understand that the Georgiana has been taken off the route from ...
  • Times (Orillia, ON), December 18, 1879
        The people of Collingwood with most commendable generosity are doing all in their power to help the widows and orphans left destitute by the loss of the Waubuno.PARRY SOUNDA meeting of merchants and others who have been losers by the wreck of the ...
      The people of Collingwood with most commendable generosity are doing all in ...
  • Times (Orillia, ON), December 11, 1879
        Speaking of the Waubuno disaster the Bobcaygon Indepentent refers sorrowfully and kindly of Mr. Fisher, whose death we deplore in common with the other readers of the North Star;-" Among the passengers was Mr. B. N. Fisher, editor and ...
      Speaking of the Waubuno disaster the Bobcaygon Indepentent refers sorrowfully and kindly ...
  • Times (Orillia, ON), December 4, 1879
        Wreck of the Steamer Waubuno in Georgian BayNO TIDINGS OF THE PASSENGERS OR CREWTHE NORTH SHORE STREWN WITH FRAG MENTS OF THE WRECK - REPORTS FROM THE WESTERN LAKESMidland, Nov. 24 - Mr. A Cadotte reports that while coming down Georgian Bay ...
      Wreck of the Steamer Waubuno in Georgian BayNO TIDINGS OF THE PASSENGERS ...
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