Previous Registration: France (1902) as Theodore Conseil
First Rebuild: Official Number: 70228 Propulsion: Screw Dimensions: 161 x 27 -- 598 tons Rebuilt: in 1917
161x27x11 Owned by F. Bouchard et al. (Campbellton & Gaspé Steamship Co.) Quebec 1907; Gaspé & Bay Chaleur Steamship Line, Montreal 1919; Clarke Steamship Co. 1922. Built by C. S. Swan & Hunter, Wallsend England 1874. Engine 20½-41x28 by Christie Gutch & Co., North Shields England. Licensed for 100 passengers 1914. Collided with "H. C.M. 7" 06/07/06 Montreal, beached Île Ste. Hélêne.
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