1873, Apr Launched at Port Dalhousie, ONT.
1873, Jun On first trip, Chicago for grain trade.
1873, Oct 22 Collision with schooner MARY COPELY at Port Colborne, Lake Erie.
1876 Towed DUNDEE.
1876, Feb 11 Collision with schooner DUNDEE at Port Stanley, Lake Erie.
1880 In Montreal - Port Stanley trade.
1882 In Toledo - Montreal grain trade.
1882, Oct 28 Aground at Gananoque, ONT, St. Lawrence River.
1884 Rebuilt & lengthened at W.Power Shipyard, Kingston, ONT; 176 x 26 x 11, 890 gross tons.
1885 Ran Montreal, QUE - Duluth, MN, downbound with wheat for Kingston, ONT.
1887, Aug 26 Collision with schooner RAINBOW at Chicago, Lake Michigan.
1890, Apr 18 Ran on shoal, 9 Mile Point, Lake Ontario with grain.
1892 Owned Graham & Co, St. Catharine's, ONT.
1893 Rebuilt at Montreal by Cantin Shipyard, 180 x 26 x 11, 894 gross / 540 net tons, engine steepled by Calvin & Company, 18 + 36 x 30" stroke, 300hp, 120 pounds steam, built by A. Cantin, Montreal, owned Melbourne Steamship Co; renamed MELBOURNE.
1899 Owned Cantin Brothers Port Stanley, ONT.
1905, Sep 15 Burned at Belleville, ONT, bound Montreal, QUE - Hamilton, ONT.
1909 Rebuilt as JOHN R., C126461.
1910 Owned Merchants Montreal Line, Montreal & Hamilton Ferry Co, Hamilton, ONT.
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