THE SHIP'S COMPANY.
OFFICERS, CREW AND PASSENGERS.
(Reed 9.30 p.m.) SYDNEY, March 28. Tlie Yongala's crew consisted of ■71, as. follows r- 5 - Captain^-Knight. First mate — Williams. Second — Hardon. Third — Cameron. Turner — Roberts. Carpenter — Miller. oatswain— McKenzie. beamen — McGinnes, Jones, Bayton, Woods, Gale, Lewis, Frees ton, Johnston, Walsh, McDonald, Merchant, McDonald, Paton. ' Engineers— Parsons, first; Hamil-' ton, second; Donaldson, third; /Miller, fourth; Lawrence fifth ; Nelson, DonKeyman. .Firemen — Galvin, Donachi, Voight •Uggdahl, Todd, Metcalfe, Diamond" :Gumbletion, Norrie, Daveson, Leliico, Gallaher, Reich, Goldsmith. Stewardesses— English, Lambrick Andrew. ' stewards— Mawby (chief), Harris (second), Rintone, Sheplin, 'Reid, Cross, Morrison, Sullivan, Ward, Craig-, Finlay, Armstrong-, Costello, Kankin. ft torekeepefr— iEmmerson. Pantryman— Elliott. Cooks--West (chief) Guneval( second), Roberston (third.) Butcher— McPherson. .tfaker— Marah. Sculleryman — Houston. -boys— Howard, McNamara, Dayle. fas^sengers from Sydney— Mainwar ing, Carraroo, Kearesos (the latter two Italians.) Misses Buxton, Butler, Mistress Murray and three children and a maid. From Brisbane— Mesdames Reath, Davids, Rooney, Esdale, Woodward, Lin, Marbey, Misses Rooney, Murray, Buxton, Uhr, Carroll, Shannon, McGee; Messrs Reath, 'Rooney, Dette, Parton, Stack, Alsdale, Voney, Fulton, Must, Lin, Schneider, Buckenridge, Davis, Barclay, Jolley, Manmey,. Real, .Bonnarder and thir•ty one in second saloon. LATER. (Red 11.45 p.m.) BRISBANE, Mar. 28. The fact that cargo is coming ashore from the lower hold is taken to indicate that the Yongala struck a hidden rock and ripped her Bottom out.
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THE SHIP'S COMPANY., Grey River Argus, 29 March 1911
THE SHIP'S COMPANY. Grey River Argus, 29 March 1911
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