1907 Brought to Lakes; owned Canadian Lake & Ocean Navigation Company,
1911, November 8 Stranded near Cove Island
1912 Recovered & rebuilt
1913 Owned Canada Steamship Lines, Limited
1915 Requisition for war service during World War 1
1916 Owned Turret Steamship Company, Limited, Dominion Iron & Steel
Company, Limited, Halifax, Nova Scotia
1917 Owned Cape Steamship Company, Limited, Halifax
1925 Owned International Waterways Navigation Company, Limited, (R.W.
Campbell & J.E. Russell), Montreal, Quebec
1928 Made a barge at Port Dalhousie, Ontario, 1796 gross tons
1930s Engines condemned
1937 Made a barge for flour storage; owned Fort William, Montreal
Navigation Company, Limited (Robin Hood Flour Mills, Limited)
1940 Made a bulk freighter; engine & pilothouse aft; 4 hatches
14.5 x 35.1;
1941 Owned Saguenay Terminals, Limited, Montreal; rebuilt as diesel
stemwinder for bauxite trade Port Alfred, Quebec & British
Guiana; to coast for World War 2
1948 Renamed SUNCHIEF
1949 Renamed WALTER INKSTER; back to Lakes
1951 Owned Colonial Steamships, Limited
1956 Owned A. Newman & Company, St.Catharines, Ontario
1959 Scrapped at Port Dalhousie, Ontario
211 N. First Ave.
Alpena, Michigan 49707
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