1907-15 Quarantine vessel on St. Lawrence, Quebec.
1915-21 Passenger & freight trade; Quebec to Grosse Isle.
1926 Owned John Tackaberry Sr., Owen Sound; rebuilt & equipped with 2 deisel engines; measured 121.8 x 26x 11.1; 559 gross/308 net tons.
1927 Operated on Providence Bay.
1928, Apr 3 Sold to Booth Fisheries Corporation of Canada Ltd., Winnipeg; operated by Dominion Transportation Co. Ltd. between Owen Sound, Manitoulin Island and Lake Huron's North Channel.
Renamed HIBOU (meaning Owl).
1934 Chartered to Seaway Lines Ltd., operated between Windsor, Sarnia, and Manitoulin Island in salt trade.
1935 Operated by Dominion Trans. as ferry & excursion boat at Kingston; some Staterooms removed to add a dance hall.
1936 Tobermory ferry service.
1936, Nov 21 Foundered heading into Georgian Bay from Owen Sound.
1942 Raised; owned Sincennes-McNaughton Line Ltd.
1943 Owned Pan American Steamship Corp., Honduras; rebuilt 446 gross/236 net tons; went into ocean service.
211 N. First Ave.
Alpena, Michigan 49707
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