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Tadousac (Propeller), C116263, 1 Aug 1903

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The steamer TADOUSAC, built at the Bertram yard for Waldie & Wright of Toronto, has been launched. She will be used in the Canadian grain trade. She will carry 120,000 bushels of wheat and will cost $140,000.
      Buffalo Evening News
      August 14, 1903

Toronto, Sept. 20. -- The new steamer TODOUSAC, built for the St. Lawrence & Chicago Steam Navagation Co., will go into commission September 23. With her sister ship IROQUOIS she is the largest boat on the lakes able to pass the St. Lawrence canals with a full cargo. She will carry ore and grain between Chicago, Duluth and Montreal.
      Chicago Inter Ocean
      September 21, 1903

Propeller DORIC.* Official Canadian Number 116263. Built at Toronto, Ont. in 1903. Of 2,359 tons gross; 1,452 tons reg. Home port, Toronto. Owned by Canada Steamship Lines, of Montreal. 260.0 x 43.2 x 25.2 and 106 horse power.
      * Formerly TADOUSAC
      List of Vessels on Registry Books of the Dominion
      of Canada on the 31st. Day of December, 1920

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Tadousac (Propeller), C116263, 1 Aug 1903