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The 'Damascus' at Sydney

The 'Damascus' at Sydney

The wooden barque 'Damascus', 964 tons, at Sydney [wooden barque, 964 tons, ON15792, 194.4 x 33.6 x 20.6. Built 1857 Walter Hood and Co. Aberdeen. Owners Aberdeen White Star Line (William Henderson and Co. later George Thompson and Co) registered Aberdeen sold 1870's to Norwegians, later renamed Magnolia and became wrecked in 1893].

The 'Collingrove' at Port Adelaide

The 'Collingrove' at Port Adelaide

The wooden barque 'Collingrove', 861 tons, at Port Adelaide. [composite ship reduced to a barque c.1890. 861 gross tons. ON60990. 181.4 x 33.5 x 19.6. Built 1869 (7). J. Laing, Sunderland. Owners W. Stevens, registered London early 1870s to AL Elder and Co. About 1900 sold to owners in Shanghai. A regular visitor to Port Adelaide from the time she was built until the late 1890's.]

The 'Charlotte Padbury' at Port Adelaide

The 'Charlotte Padbury' at Port Adelaide

The wooden barque 'Charlotte Padbury', 659 tons, at Port Adelaide. [wooden 3 mast barque, 659 tons, ON61118, 161.5 x 31.5 x 18.0. Built 1874 (5) Trethowan, Little Falmouth, Cornwall. Owners: Padbury Loton and Co. registered Fremantle, later W. Padbury, transferred to London Feb. 1888. Later owners include FA Edelston and Co. Wrecked in April 1903.]

The 'General Sir William Nott' at Swansea

The 'General Sir William Nott' at Swansea

The wooden barque 'General Sir William Nott', unknown tonnage, at Swansea.

The 'Lois' at Port Augusta

The 'Lois' at Port Augusta

The wooden barque 'Lois', 380 tons, at Port Augusta [wooden 3 mast barque 380 tons, later 408 gross. ON56404. 131.3 x 29.0 x 17.8. Built 1868 (7) W Watson, Sunderland. Owners: Lewis Lewis, registered Aberystwith].

The 'Hope' docked in an unidentified port

The 'Hope' docked in an unidentified port

The wooden barque 'Hope', 537 tons, docked in an unidentified port [wooden 3 mast barque, 552 gross tons. ON65899. 152.2 x 30.2 x 17.9. Built 1871 (11) J Crown, Sunderland. Owners: T&W Eills, registered Liverpool]. According to a researcher, the photograph is taken near the sugar works, Melbourne, in the 1870s. The 'Hope' in centre would have been given notice of photo being taken as signal letters & other flags are flying. Name of American barque to right is not known.

The 'Prince Rupert' after being stranded

The 'Prince Rupert' after being stranded

The wooden barque 'Prince Rupert', 491 tons, after being stranded [wooden 3 mast barque, 491 tons, ON52682, 146.3 x 29.0 x 18.4. Built 1865 (3) W Briggs and Sons, Pallion (near Sunderland) Owners: Hudsons Bay Co., registered London].

The 'Barfod' at Hobart

The 'Barfod' at Hobart

The wooden barque 'Barfod', 1127 tons, at Hobart. [wooden 3 mast barque, 1127 tons, 198.6 x 37.5 x 19.5. Built 1882. J. Lovitt, Church Point, NS.) as 'Neophyte' 1096 gross tons. Br. ON80639, owned by Lovitt and Co. registered Yarmouth, NS) Owners as Barfod H. Christensen, registered Norway.]

The 'Dilkoosh' in an unidentified port

The 'Dilkoosh' in an unidentified port

The wooden barque 'Dilkoosh', 816 tons, in an unidentified port [composite 3 mast barque. 835 tons, 816 net tons. ON48694. 167.2 x 32.4 x 21.2. Built 1864 (1) Major, London. Owners John Fleming, registered London later John Lidgett. c.1881 sold to J&R Grant and renamed Inveravon, registered London. Later became the German Gotha. Builder was J Major. As the German Gotha she was damaged on a voyage Hamburg-Rosario and was condemned and hulked at Rosario in August 1898] [Inveravon - composite ship of 1864 - formerly 'Dilkoosh' which see for full details].

The 'Pak Wan' under tow

The 'Pak Wan' under tow

The composite barque 'Pak Wan', 818 tons, under tow ['Mauna Ala' owned in Honolulu, formerly 'Pak Wan'] [composite barque 818 tons, ON47369. 186.2 x 32.6 x 19.0. Built 1863 (5) G Peverall. Sunderland. Owners: John Patton: registered London, then A Lawrence registered London: 1884 Gillian and Hay, registered Newcastle NSW and rigged as a ship. Sold to Honolulu, July 1889 and renamed 'Mauna Ala'. Tea clipper originally then transferred to the Australian trades. See 'The Down Easters' by Basil Lubbock, 1929, Brown, Son and Ferguson, contains some brief comment under the Honolulu flag].

The 'Howard' at Port Chalmers

The 'Howard' at Port Chalmers

The wooden barque 'Howard', 580 tons, at Port Chalmers [wooden 3 mast barque, 613 gross, ON49407. 148.0 x 33.2 x 18.8. Built 1864. Nova Scotia. Owners: William Rodgers, registered Yarmouth, Nova Scotia, later F Rodgers, registered Belfast].

The 'Bolivia' at Port Adelaide

The 'Bolivia' at Port Adelaide

The wooden barque 'Bolivia', 962 tons, at Port Adelaide. [Wooden 3 mast barque, 963 tons, ON66693. 179.4 x 35.2 x 21.4. Built 1873 by F. Weston, Nova Scotia. Owners: R. Dixon, reg. Belfast].

The 'Cereal' docked in an unidentified port

The 'Cereal' docked in an unidentified port

The Sunderland registered wooden barque 'Cereal', 298 tons, docked in an unidentified port. According to a researcher, it was built by Denniston, owned by Wilfred Hine, Maryport, but did not become part of the Hine Bros fleet, as it was lost beforehand. 28 Sept 1872 - burnt at sea 04:30S 27:45W. Information from 'Sea Breezes', September 1959.

The 'Joliba' at Port Adelaide

The 'Joliba' at Port Adelaide

The wooden barque 'Joliba', 324 tons, at Port Adelaide.

The 'Ethel' in an unidentified port

The 'Ethel' in an unidentified port

The composite barque 'Ethel', 556 tons, in an unidentified port [composite 3 mast barque, 556 tons, ON54667. 164.0 x 29.4 x 17.1. Built 1866 (3) W Pile and Co. Sunderland. Owners: Fenwick and Co., registered London. Ran for many years in the London-Hobart trade].

The 'Polmaise' moored in the River Thames, U.K.

The 'Polmaise' moored in the River Thames, U.K.

The wooden barque 'Polmaise', 812 tons, moored in the River Thames, U.K. [wooden ship (later barque) 812 tons, ON10747, 171.2 x 28.9 x 21.0. Built 1853 Dundee. Owners: James Campbell of Liverpool; registered Glasgow. Wrecked Masthead Reef, Queensland, 2 February 1873 on her voyage from Keppel Bay of London].

The 'Indus' moored at Gravesend, U.K.

The 'Indus' moored at Gravesend, U.K.

The wooden barque 'Indus', 1319 tons, moored at Gravesend, U.K. [3 mast barque, 1319 tons. ON13884, 242.1 x 38.5 x 21.1. Built 1847 Money, Wigram and Sons, Blackwall, as a paddle wheel steamship 927 tons, 208.0 x 33.9 x 21.2. Lengthened in 1852. Engine removed in 1863. Owners: Peninsular and Oriental SN Co. registered London, Dec. 1869 Eastern and South African Telegraph Co., scuttled off Mombassa Dec. 8, 1894. P&O used the vessel as a store ship from 1863 until sold].

The 'Lumberman's Lassie' in Sydney Harbour

The 'Lumberman's Lassie' in Sydney Harbour

The wooden barque 'Lumberman's Lassie', 1020 tons, in Sydney Harbour [also known as 'Windsor Castle' of 1020 tons, Built 1869].

The 'Invercauld' after being renamed 'Orion'

The 'Invercauld' after being renamed 'Orion'

The wooden barque 'Invercauld', 1247 tons, after being renamed 'Orion' [wooden ship, 1320 gross tons, 1247 net tons, ON70437, 222.6 x 36.9 x 21.3. Built 1874 (9) Humphrey, Aberdeen. Owners: 1882 = Aitken and Co. registered Aberdeen, by 1885 sold to renamed 'Orion' by owners in Arendal].

The 'William Leavitt' in an unidentified port

The 'William Leavitt' in an unidentified port

The wooden barque 'William Leavitt', 1183 tons, in an unidentified port.

The 'Schah Jehan' in an unidentified harbour

The 'Schah Jehan' in an unidentified harbour

The wooden barque 'Schah Jehan', 698 tons, in an unidentified harbour [wooden 3 mast ship, 696 tons, ON15879, 148.0 x 30.2 x 22.0. Built 1848. Dumbarton, owners: formerly of London, and in 1861 sold to Walter Duffield and Partners, registered Port Adelaide. Scuttled at Wallaroo in 1862 to prevent further damage when holed in a gale but subsequently refloated and repaired. 1864 sold to Robert Towns, registered Sydney, following a grounding in Twofold Bay, NSW and finally became the property of Alexander Stuart of Sydney but was wrecked Feb. 3, 1867 when she missed stays and ran aground off Point Lobos; when entering San Francisco. She had loaded timber in Puget Sound for Sydney and was making a call at San Francisco at the time of the accident].

An Unknown Wooden Barque at Liverpool

An Unknown Wooden Barque at Liverpool

An unknown wooden barque at Liverpool in the 1870s.

The 'Alexandrina' moored in an unidentified port

The 'Alexandrina' moored in an unidentified port

The wooden barque 'Alexandrina', 670 tons, moored in an unidentified port.

The 'Tarquin' in Adelaide

The 'Tarquin' in Adelaide

The wooden barque 'Tarquin', 609 tons, in Adelaide on December 4th.

The 'Procyon' in an unidentified port

The 'Procyon' in an unidentified port

The steel barque 'Procyon', 2122 tons, in an unidentified port [steel barque, 2122 tons, ON99210, 279.8 x 41.2 x 23.9. Built 1892 (1) Ramage and Ferguson, Leith. Owners: Mrs EM Croudace, registered Dundee. Later J Wilson of Dundee. Sold to Russian owners c.1910. Unusally large to be rigged as a three mast barque].

The 'Rialto' docked in an unidentified port

The 'Rialto' docked in an unidentified port

The iron barque 'Rialto', 1233 tons, docked in an unidentified port. A researcher has suggested the port is either Lyttleton (NZ), Hamburg or Bremenhaven (Germany) [iron barque, 1233 gross, ON58992, 211.3 x 36.5 x 22.0. Built 1869 (2) Oswald and Co. Sunderland. Merchant Shipping Co. Ltd., registered London owners for many years, although built for Charles Saunders of Liverpool. About 1888 sold to German owners without change of name].

The 'Savernake' at Port Adelaide

The 'Savernake' at Port Adelaide

The iron barque 'Savernake', 1334 tons, at Port Adelaide [iron 3 mast barque, 1344 gross, ON63182. 218.0 x 37.1 x 22.7. Built 1869 (7) Richardson, Duck and Co. Stockton. Owners: AE Byrne, registered Liverpool, then J Owne and later R Hodgens].

The 'Ravenhill' in an unidentified harbour

The 'Ravenhill' in an unidentified harbour

The iron barque (ex ship) 'Ravenhill', 1826 tons, in an unidentified harbour [possibly formerly known as the 'Ancaios'].

The 'Roscrana' in an unidentified harbour

The 'Roscrana' in an unidentified harbour

The iron barque 'Roscrana', 1195 tons, in an unidentified harbour [iron 3 mast barque, 1239 gross tons, ON45937, 210.5 x 34.8 x 22.8. Built 1863 (4) T Vernon and Sons, Liverpool as the full rigged ship 'Robert Lees' of Liston and Co., registered Liverpool; renamed in 1881/82 and then the property of JH Worthington and Co., registered Liverpool].

The 'Scottish Hero' in an unidentified port

The 'Scottish Hero' in an unidentified port

The iron barque 'Scottish Hero', 869 tons, in an unidentified port. [From information supplied: This ship made several voyages to Brisbane, Maryborough, Rocky, Mackay, Townsville and Cairns dropping passengers off along the way. It usually sailed out of Plymouth and London. The ship looks like it is up the Fitzroy River, Rockhampton, but it might also be the Mary River, Maryborough, Queensland. Also known as the 'Saturnus'] [iron barque, 911 tons, ON73670, 196.6 x 33.0 x 19.1. Built 1876 (5) W Doxford and Sons., Sunderland. Owners: McIllwraith, McEacharn and Co., registered London: c.1894 'Saturnus' sold German owners and renamed].