By Thibaut Klinger
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Rowe, recounted the circumstances. As a young man, Rowe joined the militia in the village of Vienna, Ontario, and entered the fife and drum band. When the Fenians threatened, his unit was sent to Sarnia. )72 On the very day the plasterers finished work on what would be Oil Springs' grandest hotel, word of the Fenian threat came. The new hotel was reportedly never even swept out for the grand opening. Part of it was torn down and the materials reused. For a time, the dining room remained and was used for balls and socials.
The obvious question is just how the constable and his assistants could have been so lax. Could there have been collusion? While the Observer editor blamed the actions on recent immigrants from the United States, the actions of the authorities provided British justice with little of which to be proud. The No-Surprise Hotels Meanwhile visitors to Oil Springs returned home with tales of life on Canada's oil frontier. There were accounts of the shortage of lodging. The Michigan Exchange Hotel offered lodging in one room consisting of fifty or so beds arranged like a ship's berths, one above the other, and of course two to a bed.
Each step would thrust the bit further into the rock. 42 Over the hole, a three-pole derrick was erected. This was used to 42 The Man Who Made Boom-Town Boom support a winch, to help the men lift the heavy drilling tools and equipment in and out of the hole. 43 Coryell was also responsible for guiding the drill bit, turning it occasionally to ensure it bored a round hole. Shaw and his crew drilled through the winter months of 1861/62. As time went by and no oil was found, his money dwindled. But he refused to quit as long as he could obtain credit.