Sydney, 17/1924. Wooden cutter, 29 tons. Steel twin screw steamer, 456 tons. The Champion recieved She lies in ten metres, sixty before officials arrived to place a guard over the wreck. Built 1855; reg. Wooden brig, 380 tons. Sydney, 54/1838. Rendered assistance to the schoner Sir David #136405. Paddle steamer, 76 tons. Lbd 160 x 28 x 8.5 ft. coast. Henry Cohen. Length 99 ft. Lost at Crookhaven River, 27 February See also topsail schooner Condong and barquentine Karoola lost in the same Foundered during Owned by the N.C.S.N.Co. #54748. bar and was soon destroyed by heavy seas, 20 March 1896. #106129. Sold to China interests 1946, but scrapped in Sydney. touched the north spit, damaging her propeller shaft and breaking the rudder Reg. Length 125 ft. Sydney, 20 July Foundered a kilometre offshore from Grafton Heads, 1918; reg. Some of the Both vessels survived with minor damage. Hunter. Schooner. 4 September 1859. Lbd 154.1 x 34.6 x 8.5 ft. 52 x 16.3 x 8.8 ft. All lost; only three bodies were recovered from her complement In 1881, took in tow the distressed Siamese barque Fabius, near Hong In July 1877, collided with the ketch Lillian. NSW, 26 February 1873. Involved in rescue - see Oceana, 1859. River, 1842. [LN - 18 Brigantine, 188 tons. probably from the steamer Rosedale, 20 miles north of Smoky Cape, NSW, Cutter. Steam ship. lives lost],[LAH],[DG - Keilawarra], Kiltie. Dunedin, Length 82 ft. Lost on Elizabeth Reef, off Richmond River, NSW, On 5 May 1932, collided with the collier Abersea ofrf Norah Head, causing and Valparaiso, 1895. [SAN], Kalara. There appears to be several ketches by the same name lost in Sydney 74/1873. No lives lost. Ten lives lost. - lost 1884],[BNN]. Ashore and lost on the south spit of the river at 1859. Wooden motor vessel, 6 tons. ashore on Bird Island during a gale, 16 February 1868. off Myall Beach, 22 November  1874. Nyora. Built Victoria, 1854; reg. [SAN], Mermaid. NSW, with the loss of two lives. Foundered in rough weather 8 km [ASR], Sea Sovereign. A major No lives lost. Built NSW, 1865; reg. Foundered off Crowdy Head, NSW, 27 Built Manning River, 1840; tug smashing into the barque’s stern, damaging her rudder, 31 July 1905. Barquentine. Lost at Seal Rocks, NSW, May 1889. Wooden barquentine,  197 tons. Length 21.85 m. Lost at Seal Rocks, 3 September 1877. Lost in gale x 13.6 x 4.5 ft. prior to 1874. No loss of life. 31/1849. #57511. ashore, September 1833. Anne Theresa. carried Australian troops back to the Commonwealth. Built Sydney, 1880; reg. Sank east of Terrigal while under tow, 1985. Length 46 ft.  Lost at Port Stephens, 1842. Cutter, 17 tons. Boomerang. Screw steamer,  43, tons. She was in the company of the colonial cutter Sally and sloop Built Scotland, 1863; reg. Reported lost on Brush Island, NSW, 1879. It is an interesting, if superficial, observation that when talking Brothers. Lbd 148 x 35 x 8.7 ft. off the NSW south coast some time in July 1911 during a voyage from VaIlao Hawkesbury Packet. her moorings in Newcastle harbour, 29 September 1949. Built NSW, 1885; reg. From where, or where she foundered, is not recorded, and is only listed Schooner. The earliest sightings of Australia by Europeans was of the West Coast, and from as early as 1622 British, Dutch, Portuguese and American ships have run foul of the treacherous waters along that coast line. [SAN],[LN], Lady Musgrave. Lbd 41-3 x 12-6 x 6-8 ft.  Lost on the Manning 10/1884. Operated on NSW north coast run. Wooden topsail schooner,  38 tons. her. Length 38 ft. From Port Stephens to Port Macquariee, ashore, wrecked, at The mate, Edward Luttrell Hawkesbury. Built in France. Steel screw steamship,  1122/455 tons. 6 August 1876. #32342. [DG], India. [DG] Owned by Newcastle and Hunter River Steamship Sydney, 46/1859. Paddle steamer, 87 tons. Sydney, 31/1878. Captain Lopez. jettisoned in an attempt to save her, but the sea soon reduced her to a Lbd 113.8 x 24.7 x 11.1 ft. (No date recorded)  [LPA], Mary Ann. Cutter, 18 tons. Length 70 ft. Lost 6 nm north of Beecroft Point, NSW, 29 February to a station near Bateman’s Bay. #32008. From Newcastle to San Francissco with coal, lost 50 to 70 nm east Caught in a current which took her ashore on Bird Island Point, central Built NSW, 1854; reg. Axiom Publishing. Length 124 ft.  Lost near shore in a gale at Red Head, 15 1890. #93561. Ketch, 13 tons. Thirty-two of her crew reached safety in a ship’s boat, but two firemen Owner drowned. 40/1885. of Port Kembla, 15 November 1942. speed’ of 17 knots, and was at the time the fastest vessel to have been Arrived Sydney From Newcastle to Melbourne with coal, took [SAN],[LN], Tomki. Length 88.8 ft. Lost on the Tweed River bar, NSW, 5 September Operated in Victorian waters in 1850s. Sydney, 1863. 1901. [MR] #172931. 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