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'County of Yarmouth' wooden ship

'County of Yarmouth' wooden ship

'County of Yarmouth' wooden ship, ?tons, being built in 1884 [wooden 3 mast ship rigged sailing vessel, 2194 gross tons, 2154 net tons. ON88582, 243.0 x 44.5 x 24.0. Built 1884 HP Bondreau Belleneauv's Cove Nova Scotia. Owners WD Lovitt, registered Yarmouth, Nova Scotia]

'Athena' wooden barquentine

'Athena' wooden barquentine

'Athena' wooden barquentine 706 tons. [wooden barquentine, 706gross, 663 net tons. ON92948. 164.4 x 36.5 x 16.1. Built 1888 TA Mosher, Newport, NS. Owners: S. Reynard and Co. Registered Windsor, Nova Scotia.]

[Caption says 'Marjory Craig' which is incorrect]

[Caption says 'Marjory Craig' which is incorrect]

'Marjory Craig' steel barque 499 tons. [Caption says 'Marjory' which is incorrect]

'Hazel Craig' iron barque

'Hazel Craig' iron barque

'Hazel Craig' iron barque 467 tons [for details of this ship see 'Quathlamba' and or 'White Pine'] [iron barque, 495 tons, ON77453, 167.9 x 29.1 x 13.6. Built 1879 (2) A Hall and Co., Aberdeen. JT Rennie and Sons, registered Aberdeen. 1895 sold to Captain PL Francis, re-registered London. 1899 sold to Auckland owners, JJ Craig, and renamed 'Hazel Craig' in 1905. Sold in 1908 and renamed 'White Pine'. Sold in 1922 and became a hulk at Melbourne. The hulk scuttled in Bass Strait 14 Jan. 1947. In Australian trades, under all names, was usually employed in trans Tasman timber trades]

'Troop' iron ship

'Troop' iron ship

'Troop' iron ship 1583 tons [iron 3 mast ship rigged sailing vessel, 1583 gross, 1526 net tons. ON87977. 243.0 x 38.9 x 22.4. Built 1884 (5) A McMillan and Son, Dumbarton. Owners: Troop and Son, registered Liverpool]

'Hirotha' steel barque

'Hirotha' steel barque

'Hirotha' steel barque 540 tons [steel 3 mast barque, ON102333, 540 gross, 499 net tons. 172.0 x 30.1 x 13.4. Built 1891 Ardrossan Ship Building Co. Ardrossan for Norwegian owners. Purchased in Sept 1900 for Auckland owners - Donald Ross and others. Sold in 1906 and became 'Marjorie Craig']

'Jasper' iron barquentine

'Jasper' iron barquentine

'Jasper' iron barquentine 252 tons.

'Selwyn Craig' iron barquentine

'Selwyn Craig' iron barquentine

'Selwyn Craig' iron barquentine 486 tons [iron 3 mast barque, 531 gross, 486 net tons. ON58966, 154.0 x 28.0 x 17.4 Built 1868 Dobie and Co., Glasgow. as 'Advancement' for Doward Dickson and Co,, registered Liverpool. Sold in 1895, she became the Norwegian 'Prince John' and was acquired in 1905 by JJ Craig, registered Auckland and renamed 'Selwyn Craig'. Sold in 1911 to the Union SS Co. of New Zealand Ltd., she was converted into a hulk. The hulk sank in October 1919 in Auckland and was demolished by explosives in September 1922]

'Karoo' wooden ship

'Karoo' wooden ship

'Karoo' wooden ship 2100 tons [wooden 3 mast ship rigged sailing vessel, 2100 gross, 1938 net tons. ON85449. 240.0 x 44.3 x 26.6. Built 1884 CR Burgess, Cornwallis, Nova Scotia. Owner: CR Burgess, registered Windsor Nova Scotia]

'Wanganui' steel barquentine

'Wanganui' steel barquentine

'Wanganui' steel barquentine 352 tons [steel 3 mast schooner officially. 352 gross, 309 net tons. ON121388. 135.0 x 25.85 x 10.4. Built 1903 Duinker and Goedhoop, Matenshoek, Holland as 'Carla' for Danish owners. Registered 1912 A Hatrick and others of Wanganui at Wellington. Thence others until 1922 when acquired by GT Nicoll, Auckland shipbuilder, and converted into a hulk c.1924]

'James Craig' iron barque

'James Craig' iron barque

'James Craig' iron barque 646 tons.

'Louisa Craig' iron barque

'Louisa Craig' iron barque

'Louisa Craig' iron barque 683 tons ['Peru' = iron barque, 710 tons, ON75188, 182.4 x 30.1 x 17.8. Built 1876 (8) J Key and Sons, Kinghorn, Owners: JW Robertson, registered Dundee. c.1885 J Stewart and Co., registered Dundee. 1907 sold to J Craig and Co, and renamed 'Louisa Craig' and registered at Auckland. In October 1916 renamed 'Raupo' and became the property of GH Scales (of Wellington). 1923 Canterbury Steam Shipping Co. Ltd. and hulked in 1922-3, and register closed in 1929]

'Tauranga' Auckland in the 1880's

'Tauranga' Auckland in the 1880's

'Tauranga' Auckland in the 1880's [British Second Class cruiser, 2575 tons, 265 x 41. Built 1889 and named 'Phoenix' but renamed in April 1890 when transferred to the Australian Station. Sold to Breakers in 1906]

'Rio Loge' iron brig on the Mary River, Queensland near Maryborough

'Rio Loge' iron brig on the Mary River, Queensland near Maryborough

'Rio Loge' iron brig 241 tons on the Mary River, near Maryborough Queensland [iron 2 mast brigantine, 250 gross, 241 net tons. ON68515, 122.3 x 24.7 x 12.8. Built 1869 (12) WC Miller and Sons, Garston, Lancs. for owners in Lisbon, became British at London in 1874 registered by CW Turner and R Wood at Lyttelton, New Zealand 1891 J Paterson, Dunedin; 1893 John Esquestrian Noakes, suger planter, Maryborough Queensland, registered Brisbane, 1894 registered Maryborough. June 1905 William Spence (who became master) and others. In charge of Captain Spence while making a coastal voyage in New Zealand believed to have foundered with all hands (12) off the Canterbury coast on January 15, 1909. At the time she was described as an iron hulled auxiliary brigantine]

'Laira' iron barque

'Laira' iron barque

'Laira' iron barque 492 tons [iron 3 mast barque, 492 gross, 458 net tons. ON62152, 156.1 x 27.35 x 16.65. Built 1870 (3) William Pile and Co., Sunderland. Owners: Richard Hill, registered Plymouth. June 1882 CB Stone and others. Registered Auckland: Feb. 1889 Henry Guthrie, registered Dunedin: 1893 H Anderson: 1893 John Paterson, Dunedin: 1898 Union SS Co. of New Zealand Ltd., as a hulk at Port Chalmers: 1900 John Gibbons: 1904 EJ Rogers, registered Hobart: 1908 JJ Craig, registered Auckland, and apparently re-rigged: 1910 Huddart, Parker and Co. Ltd, registered Melbourne for use as a hulk and register closed in 1912]

'Jean Steedman' wooden schooner

'Jean Steedman' wooden schooner

'Jean Steedman' wooden schooner 1577 tons.

'Lucy Chance' wooden schooner

'Lucy Chance' wooden schooner

'Lucy Chance' wooden schooner ? tons. Decks are snow covered.

'Ilma' steel barquentine

'Ilma' steel barquentine

'Ilma' steel barquentine 318 tons [steel 3 mast brigantine, 345 gross, 318 net tons. ON102065, 145.8 x 27.05 x 11.1. Built 1885 Grangemouth DD and SB Co. Grangemouth. First registered GT Nicoll, purchased and sold 1904 to EJ Crisp, registered the vessel at Auckland (30/1903) for a syndicate who later formed "The Ship Ilma Ltd) at Gisborne. Sold in 1908 to Edward Pike and Co Ltd., timber millers etc. Sydney registered Sydney 43/1908. 1911 sold to JC Edwards, registered Hobart 6/1911 and in 1919 sold to Union SS Co. of NZ Ltd., who converted her into a hulk (I Farquhar, 'Union Fleet 1875-1975) she was converted to a hulk in Hobart by the Union Co. in 1911, which does not agree with the Customs register, but it seems the Union Co. acquired her c.1914 when she was being used as a store ship, and due to wartime shortage of shipping re-rigged her as a barque in 1917, then in 1919 converted to a hulk in Auckland, and fitted her out at a coal bunkering elevator in 1922 for Wellington. Scuttled in Cook Strait Feb. 11, 1937]

'Oweenee' steel 4 masted barque

'Oweenee' steel 4 masted barque

'Oweenee' steel 4 masted barque 2432 tons [steel 4 mast barque, 2432 gross, ON100264, 309.0 x 42.0 x 24.6. Built 1891 (10) Richardson, Duck and Co. Stockton: Owners: Oweenee Ship Co. Ltd., registered Windsor, Nova Scotia, later Thames and Mersey Shipping Co: c.1916 sold and converted into full powered motorship and fitted as a petrol tanker and renamed 'Ortina Shell']

'Nellie Troop' steel barque

'Nellie Troop' steel barque

'Nellie Troop' steel barque 1367 tons [steel 3 mast barque, 1367 tons, ON95762, 237.0 x 36.2 x 21.2. Built 1889 (9) C Hill and Sons, Bristol, owners: Troop and Son, registered Bristol]

'George T. Hay' wooden ship

'George T. Hay' wooden ship

'George T. Hay' wooden ship 1762 tons [wooden 3 mast ship rigged sailing vessel, 1762 gross, 1647 net tons. ON90514. 235.6 x 42.0 x 26.6. Built 1887 Spencer's Island Co. Parrsboro, Nova Scotia. Owners George D Spicer, registered Parrsboro, Nova Scotia]

'Heroen' wooden barquentine

'Heroen' wooden barquentine

'Heroen' wooden barquentine 432 tons.

'Galathea' wooden barquentine

'Galathea' wooden barquentine

'Galathea' wooden barquentine 323 tons [wooden 2 mast brig. 346 gross, 323 net tons. 124.6 x 26.9 x 15.4. Built 1877 J Hube, Gothenburg. Owners: J Pettersson, registered Helsingborg, Sweden. Note by Ron Parsons = NB while listed in Danish vessels I have been unable to confirm that this ship was ever under the Danish flag]

'Lucy Reppen' wooden barque

'Lucy Reppen' wooden barque

'Lucy Reppen' wooden barque 1315 tons [wooden 3 mast barque, 939 gross, 920 net tons. 177.8 x 34.9 x 20.4. Built 1877 (4) by one named Brown, in New Brunswick and named 'Jessie Renwick'. Renamed 'Lucy Reppen' when sold to Norwegian owners in 1888]

'Elizabeth' wooden barque

'Elizabeth' wooden barque

'Elizabeth' wooden barque 363 tons. [Note:if this illustration is of the vessel 'Elizabeth' the tonnage is 364 and it is highly unlikely that this is the right vessel. The vessel of 263 tons was mainly owned in Port Adelaide]

Shipping at Port Chalmers about 1890

Shipping at Port Chalmers about 1890

Shipping at Port Chalmers about 1890. Port Chalmers wharves, general view.

'Melanesia' wooden barque

'Melanesia' wooden barque

'Melanesia' wooden barque 1315 tons [wooden 3 mast barque, 1315 gross tons, 1281 net tons. Built 1884 Arendal, Norway. 200.9 x 41.9 x 22.1 under Norwegian flag. No obvious reason to be included in this section]

Captain and crew members of the 'Dimsdale'

Captain and crew members of the 'Dimsdale'

Captain and his wife, the first and second mates, and other crew members standing aboard the steel ship 'Dimsdale'. It knocked over the Wonga Shoal Lighthouse [See PRG 1373/9/33 for a full view of the ship].