Previous Registration: U.S.A. (1905) as China
First Rebuild: Official Number: 117073 Propulsion: Screw Dimensions: 218 x 33 -- 988 tons Rebuilt: Montreal, Quebec, Canada in 1913
220x33x14 Owned by C. A. Jaques & Co., Montreal 1905; Montreal & Lake Erie Steamship Co. 1908; J. H. Hall, Ottawa 1913; Westerian Transportation Co., Ottawa 1915; Montreal Transportation Co. 1918; F. E. Hall, Montreal 1919; International Waterways Navigation Co., Montreal 1923. Built by Union Iron Works, Buffalo and launched 19/09/71. First engine 36x36 by H. G. Trout & Co., Buffalo; after 1905: 22-44x36 by Bertram Engineering Works, Toronto. Used Montreal-Upper Lakes. Damaged by fire 24/03/13 Montreal. Eventually scuttled 09/11/35 St. John's Nfld.
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