Find • Smith • Results 3,451 to 3,480 of 7,121

The 'Dilbhur' moored in an unidentified port

The 'Dilbhur' moored in an unidentified port

The composite ship 'Dilbhur', 1255 tons, moored in an unidentified port [composite ship 1308 tons, later composite barque. 1255 tons. ON52705. 226.0 x 34.0 x 22.8. Built 1865 (3) C Lungley. Deptford, London. Iron frames, wooden planks. Owners: John Smith, registered London, later John Lidgett and Sons, registered London].

The 'Shenir' under sail

The 'Shenir' under sail

The iron barque 'Shenir', 1173 tons, under sail in June 1895 [iron 3 mast barque, 1229 tons, ON73843. 225.5 x 34.8 x 21.2. Built 1876 (6) A Stephen and Sons, Glasgow. Owners: Smith and Service, registered Glasgow].

The 'Shenir' docked in an unidentified port

The 'Shenir' docked in an unidentified port

The iron barque 'Shenir', 1173 tons, docked in an unidentified port [iron 3 mast barque, 1229 tons, ON73843. 225.5 x 34.8 x 21.2. Built 1876 (6) A Stephen and Sons, Glasgow. Owners: Smith and Service, registered Glasgow].

The 'Forthbank' anchored in an unidentified port

The 'Forthbank' anchored in an unidentified port

The iron barque 'Forthbank', 1427 tons, anchored in an unidentified port [iron ship, later barque, 1438 tons, ON78557. 246.9 x 37.1 x 21.1. Built 1877 (10) Dobie and Co., Glasgow. Owners: Smith and Service, rergistered Glasgow c.1894 sold and renamed 'Forthbank' by A Weir and Co., registered Glasgow. In 1910 sold to Peru and renamed 'Leonida'. Well known in the trade to Australia with some fast voyages to her credit]. According to a researcher, this photograph appears to have been taken in Port Adelaide prior to the building of the Birkenhead Bridge. There is a slipway behind with a paddle tug on it that appears to be the slipway that was moved when the bridge was built, to become Central Slip. The slipway winch-house has a cutout in the roof to enable sailing vessels to be drawn right up to the house, the bowsprit could clear the roof. This was also moved to the new location in the late 1930's.

The 'Auriga' in an unidentified port

The 'Auriga' in an unidentified port

The iron barque 'Auriga', 570 tons, in an unidentified port. [Built 1875 as such, renamed 'Sierra Blanca' q.v. ON62537] [iron three mast barque, 540 tons, ON62537, 164.5 x 28.1 x 17.4. Built 1869 (9) Iliff. Mounsey and Co. Sunderland. Owners. RH Penney and Co. registered Shoreham. c.1885 J. Hardie. registered London. May 1890 sold to owners in New Zealand and registered in Auckland. Sold in 1902 to Sydney and converted into a coal hulk by Howard Smith in 1914.]

The 'England's Glory' wrecked at the entrance to Bluff Harbour, NZ

The 'England's Glory' wrecked at the entrance to Bluff Harbour, NZ

The iron barque 'England's Glory', 787 tons, wrecked at the entrance to Bluff Harbour, NZ on November 7 [iron 3 mast barque (originally ship rig) 787 tons. ON60919. 183.3 x 31.2 x 19.7. Built 1869 (3) W Pile and Co. Sunderland. Owners Peter Smith (of Plymouth) registered London; later EHR Moon. Wrecked Nov 7, 1881 near the entrance to Bluff Harbour, New Zealand].

The 'England's Glory' wrecked at the entrance to Bluff Harbour, NZ

The 'England's Glory' wrecked at the entrance to Bluff Harbour, NZ

The iron barque 'England's Glory', 787 tons, wrecked at the entrance to Bluff Harbour, NZ on November 7 [iron 3 mast barque (originally ship rig) 787 tons. ON60919. 183.3 x 31.2 x 19.7. Built 1869 (3) W Pile and Co. Sunderland. Owners Peter Smith (of Plymouth) registered London; later EHR Moon. Wrecked Nov 7, 1881 near the entrance to Bluff Harbour, New Zealand].

The 'Timandra' at anchor

The 'Timandra' at anchor

The iron ship 'Timandra', 1561 tons, at anchor [iron ship, 1561 tons, ON90076, 245.6 x 38.8 x 22.4. Built 1885 (8) R Duncan and Co., Port Glasgow. Owners: GF Smith, registered Glasgow, thence other owners in Glasgow].

Fountain, Botanic Gardens

Fountain, Botanic Gardens

View between classical statues looking towards the Barr-Smith fountain in the Botanic Gardens. Several people are sitting on the edge of the fountain. Copy made from negative from lantern slide.

'At Yankalilla. Easter 1947 - Adelaide Road'

'At Yankalilla. Easter 1947 - Adelaide Road'

The Adelaide Road leading down into Yankalilla. Elder Smith and Company building is situated on the corner.

'Yankalilla - Main Road'

'Yankalilla - Main Road'

Junction of Adelaide Road and Main Road, Yankalilla. Elder Smith and Company stands on the corner.

'The Campus' - University of Adelaide

'The Campus' - University of Adelaide

A maintenance man sweeping the gutter next to a footpath and paved drive on the University of Adelaide campus. A wheelbarrow is on the lawn nearby, outside Barr Smith Library. Pruned shrubs, a tall evergreen, and landscaping are visible in the background.

'Tusmore Methodist [Memorial Church] - New Church'

'Tusmore Methodist [Memorial Church] - New Church'

Newly constructed Tusmore Methodist Memorial Church (now Tusmore Memorial Uniting Church) on the corner of Barr Smith Street and Kennaway Street, Tusmore.

Sailors from the North Sea in Adelaide

Sailors from the North Sea in Adelaide

Information from the back of the photograph: '1st World War. 1916. Cheer Up Hut. Indoor way centre background right (with mmoustache) Mr george Henderson, Secretary the Adelaide Club sho designed the Cheer Up Hut in 1915. Standing right / members - (2)Neil Smith, (3)Mrs Truran. Sitting right (1)Miss Knowles (2)Elva Harding (3)Jean Fraser (4)Mrs Stock (5) Mrs G.McEwin (6)Commander Symonds (7)Mrs Wallington (8)Mrs Seager. Flo Fhort (standing) (9) Ettie Parker (10)Miss - Caln. Commander Symonds R.A.N. later became President of the Socy World War II'. Written elsewhere 'Elva Harding 1916 (Lieut Comm R Symonds between Mrs McEwin & Mrs Wellington'.

The Burra Hall

The Burra Hall

Bird's eye view of the interior of the Burra Hall, set up with tables for dining and with two Cheer Up Society workers nearby. There is a piano and phonograph on the stage which is draped with the Australian flag and the Union Jack, and there are photographs of servicemen around the hall. [On the back of photograph] 'Lunch time at / The Cheer Up Hut World War I / Showing / Panels with photos in memory of / men killed in action among whom / were Col Carew Reynell. Col. A.Miell 9th Light H. / L/Cpl George Seager. Major A.Cook. Capt Frank Chabrel / Trevor Owen Smith . CSM Judell & others'.

Visit to kitchen of the Cheer Up Hut

Visit to kitchen of the Cheer Up Hut

Governor Sir Alexander Hore-Ruthven visiting the kitchen at the Cheer Up Hut. [On back of photograph] 'Sir Alexander Hore-Ruthven (Later Lord Gowrie) accompanied the then / President of the Cheer Up Society Brig. Price-Weir visits / the kitchen of the Cheer Up Hut World War II / Mrs D. Hay Hon Organiser Centre. At the rear Mr George McEwin / Vice President & Hon Solicitor of the Cheer Up Society. / Left Mr Dudley Mathews / a Vice President / & Mrs Reg Hyde - Friday eve charge lady World War II / (nee Katherine Berry-Smith - World War I / at Cheer Up Hut)'.

Cheer Up Society volunteers receiving gift

Cheer Up Society volunteers receiving gift

A group of Cheer Up Society volunteers standing around a table as a man hands something to one of the women. [On back of photograph] 'Standing / left (2nd) Mrs Reg Bulbeck (3rd) Miss Beatrice Jones, in front of her Mrs Reg Murray / (nee Nina Seager) / Standing right (1st) Mrs Jack Hughes (2) Mrs Lucy Barnett (3) Mrs Lionel Hill / Front left sitting - Mr Tommy Hudson gives Mrs D. Hay Hon Organiser / 3d pieces saved by a widow for Cheer Up funds. Standing by / Mrs Hay's shoulder right Mrs Percy Bice / second right - sitting Mrs Decimus Smith / Cheer Up Society. Gift from a listener to Tommy / Hudson's session'.

Parliament v Press Cricket Match

Parliament v Press Cricket Match

Players who took part in the 'Parliament v Press Cricket Match' at the Adelaide Oval, December 22nd 1906. Scores: Parliament 161, Press 148. David J. Gordon (Press) 69 Not out. Top row (from left): A.H.Inkster, MP; T.Pflaum, MP; F.Hughes, A.Raws; A.Weidenhofer; C.P.Moody; W.C.Calder; C.B.O'Reilly; R.Cockburn. Second row (from left): A.P.Goode; W.H.Story, MP; L.O'Loughlin, MP; J.Newland, MP; S.B.Rudall, MP; W.J.Denny, MP; C.Vaughan, MP; David Jelley, MLC; M.Jackson, MP; Rex Thomas; H.Johnson; R.J.Page; C.R.Wilton. Seated (from left) A.H.Peake, MP; C.Goode, MP; Sir E.T.Smith; T.Price, MP; E.H.Coombe, MP; David J. Gordon; A.H.Kirkpatrick, MLC; J.P.Wilson, MLC. In front (from left): F.W.Cutlack; E.Whitington; E.H.Coneybeer, MP; H.Thomson. (Children: Joan & John Gordon).

Delegates at the Commercial Travellers' Association conference

Delegates at the Commercial Travellers' Association conference

Delegates attending the 'United Commercial Travellers' Association of Australia / 55th Annual Conference, held at Adelaide, Easter, 1950. / Front row (from left): J.F.Mitchell (Pres. Q'land), J.R.Gordon (Pres. S.A.), P.P.Hammond (Pres. Vic.), R.B.Hawkes (President, U.C.T.A.A. & Chairman), S.R. Brian (Pres. N.S.W.), R.E.Keay (Pres. W.A.), A.J.Smith (Pres. Tas.). Middle row: E.L.Chesterfield (Vic.), H.C.Biddle (S.A.), W.A.Garland (W.A.), A.J.Collocott (United Treas.), A.S.Lister (Pres, Nth Q'land). Back row: G.A.MacDonald (Sec. C.T.A. of S.A.), C.R.Gardner (N.S.W.), R.B.Norton (S.A.), E.C.Young (Tas.), E.W.Oliver (Vic.), J.Schubert (N.S.W.), P.T.Green (Q.), W.A.Launder (W.A.)'.

Adelaide Combined "B" Lacrosse Team

Adelaide Combined "B" Lacrosse Team

'Adelaide Combined "B" Lacrosse Team / Adelaide Oval August 16th 1918 / Adelaide Combined 7 goals , Southern Combine 5 goals. [Back row, from left] L.Babbage, H.Bronner, H.Cairns, J.D.Gordon, L.McLeod. [Middle row, from left] C.Holten, Grahame Smith, J.Kline(?), J.H.Mellor, V.Novbon(?). [Front row, from left] P.Robins, C.E.M.West, F.H.Searle.

Members of the 1948 AASEAL Expedition party, on Groote Eylandt

Members of the 1948 AASEAL Expedition party, on Groote Eylandt

Group photograph of the members of the 1948 American-Australian Scientific Expedition to Arnhem Land Expedition, taken on Groote Eylandt. From left to right, back row: Ray Specht, Brian Billington, Robert Miller, John Bray, Keith Cordon. Middle row: Kelvin Hodges, Margaret McArthur, Charles Mountford, Frank Setzler, Bert Deignan, Bessie Mountford. Front row: Frederick McCarthy, Peter Bassett-Smith, Harrison Howell (Hal) Walker, David Johnson. Not shown: Bill Harney, Reg Hollow.

Sir Archibald Weigall with the Mayor of Glenelg

Sir Archibald Weigall with the Mayor of Glenelg

Sir Archibald Weigall, Governor of South Australia sitting centre with his daughter Priscilla on his right and Mayor Smith of Glenelg on his left in a formal photograph which includes other local government officers; names not known.

A young South Australian bride

A young South Australian bride

A young South Australian bride photographed in a garden; name not known.

A large group of soldiers with their kangaroo mascot

A large group of soldiers with their kangaroo mascot

A large group of uniformed soldiers at Cheltenham Camp photographed with their kangaroo mascot; Sammy Lunn, the South Australian charity worker stands centre of the group. This photo appeared in 'The Observer', Saturday 13 November 1915, page 28, with the generic caption 'six platoons of the 32nd Battalion in camp at Cheltenham, which will shortly leave for the front'.

Holiday-makers arriving at Glenelg

Holiday-makers arriving at Glenelg

Holiday-makers arriving by train and car at Jetty Road, Glenelg; visitors are heading for the beach and crowding on to the jetty.

Pioneer settlers reunion at Glenelg

Pioneer settlers reunion at Glenelg

A group of elderly men described by Searcy as a 'small band of pioneer settlers in South Australia' photographed at a reunion held at Glenelg; names not known.

A champion horse held by his handler

A champion horse held by his handler

A champion horse and its handler photographed at an Adelaide show.

Sheep waiting to be sold at Gepps Cross abattoir

Sheep waiting to be sold at Gepps Cross abattoir

Fat sheep waiting to be sold at auction at Gepps Cross abattoir, South Australia.

Water pipe being laid beneath Port Road, Adelaide

Water pipe being laid beneath Port Road, Adelaide

A long length of mains water pipe being laid by a team of workmen on Port Road, Adelaide; machinery from Smith & Dove, Scientific Welders of Pirie Street is in the foreground.

South Australian family group

South Australian family group

A family group of a husband and wife with their six children photographed in a garden; names not known.