St. Aurent (Steamboat), fire, 9 Oct 1917
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St. LAURENT, built St. Nicholas, Quebec 1880 as side-wheel steamer BROTHERS, renamed 1900, the 262 gross ton passenger steamer burnt in the Cornwall Canal October 19, 1917. Canadian Official No. 80735, of 127 x 25 x 8.
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BROTHERS, side-wheel steamer, official Canadian number 80735. Built 1880 at St. Nicholas, Quebec. Home port, Quebec. 367 gross tons; 213 reg. tons. 126.2 x 25 x 8.4
Owned by E. Fortier, of St. Anne.
Dominion of Canada
Shipping Register, 1886
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- William R. McNeil
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