Designed for Georgian Bay grain trade.
1880, Nov Sank near Port Stanley; raised.
1885, Jul 8 Registered St. Catharines; owned William Hall, Toronto, ONT.
1886 Towed barge LADY DUFFERIN.
1894, Oct Ashore at Round Island, Straits of Mackinac.
1895, Oct 29 Ashore on Magnetic Reef, Straits of Mississauga, about 3 miles from southeast point of Cockburn Island; cargo wheat; pulled off winter 1895 or spring 1896.
1896 Rebuilt Owen Sound, ONT; second deck added, new boiler, 608 gross / 437 net tons; 20 + 40 x 36" compound engines; owned James Playfair et al.
1897 Renamed ST. ANDREW.
1899 - 1900 Rebuilt Owen Sound Shipbuilding & Dry Dock Co.; 192.6 x 27.9 x 12.4', 1113 gross / 723 net tons; Canadian grain trade, capacity 40,000 bushels.
1900, Sep 20 Aground, wrecked.
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