178x26x11 (width over paddle boxes 44') Owned by St. Catharines Grimsby & Toronto Navigation Co., to T. Nihan, St. Catharines 1895; to Niagara St. Catharines & Toronto Navigation Co. 1900, 1921; J. & J. H. Rinfret, Montreal 1927; J. O. Lachance Ltée., Montreal 1935. Built by Doty Engine Co., Toronto and launched 13/04/92. Engine 28-54x48 by builder. Licensed for 760 passengers 1914. Used mostly on Lake Ontario but Buffalo-Crystal Beach 1896 and Île Ste. Hélêne ferry, Montreal 1922-23.
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