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Typical of the lumbermen of his era, he was notorious for his sharp business practices, such as repeatedly failing to pay dues and cutting timber outside his limits.
The fact that his operations provided employment and supplementary incomes to island residents frequently caused government officials to turn a blind eye.
All communities but one signed the petition, and European settlements started popping up all over the island.
Manitoulin is now home to six Anishinaabe reserves, including the Wikwemikong Unceded Indian Reserve, two incorporated towns, and eight townships.
Be sure to keep swing times in mind when heading to Manitoulin this summer. This weekend Manitoulin Island doubles down with two long-running favourites: The Wikwemikong 57th Annual Cultural Festival and The 50th Annual Haweater Weekend.
Next weekend, music-lovers will converge on the Island for Manitoulin Country Fest.
Festival weekend The first weekend in August is used to honour both Manitoulin's original residents and the European settlers.
The original timber limit was quickly cut and the 1870s saw Lyon continuously seeking to acquire new stands of pine.
In 1878 Lyon, a Reform supporter of Oliver , he was barely returned in the general election of June 1879.
In the next contest, in September 1883, he was again elected by a narrow margin.
LYON, ROBERT ADAM, merchant, lumberman, and politician; baptized 4 Oct.
1829 in Barony (Glasgow), son of John Lyon and Catharine Mc Farlane; m. 1856 Sarah Elizabeth Moore of Esquesing Township, Upper Canada, and they had seven children, five of whom survived infancy; d. Robert Adam Lyon emigrated with his family from Scotland to Esquesing, in Halton County, in 1832.
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A judicial inquiry into electoral irregularities, instituted as a result of charges brought by Lyon’s Conservative opponent, William Henry Plummer, concluded that his offences – failing to provide polling stations in hostile sections of the constituency and bribing a newspaperman to work on his behalf – were not sufficiently serious to warrant his permanent disqualification.