CHRONOLOGICAL LIST OF LOSSES OF SHIPS IN AUSTRALIAN TRADE.
1865 to Mat, 1876, ixclvsite, (Compiled by the Merchant Shipping and Underwriters' Association, Limited.) 1865. Duncan Dunbar, from London to Sydney, ■wrecked off Brazils. Bunnymede, from Adelaide to London, foundered at sea. Fiery Star, from Brisbane to London, burned at sea. 1866 London (s.), from London to Melbourne, foundered Bay of Biscay. Result, from London to Melbourne, burned m Hobson's Bay. Wapata, from Liverpool to Melbourue, foundered Bay of Biscay. Narborough, from Glasgow to Melbourne, abandoned at lea. General Grant, from Melbourne to London, ■wrecked Auckland Islands. 1867. Netherby, from London to Brisbane, ■wrecked King's Island. Montmorenci, from London to Napier, burned m port.. Zaiiom, from Adelaido to London, foundered at aea. 1868. Darling, from London to Melbourne, missing. Gossamer, from London to Adelaide, wrecked Cliannl. Walter Llood, from London to Sydney, Wrecked off const of New South Waleß. City of Sydney, from London to Sydney, missing. Light of I Vie Age, from Liverpool to Melbourne, wrrcked Port Philip Heads. Cily of Melbourne, from Melbourne to London, burned Hubaon's Bay. Balween, from Sydney to London, burned Port Jackson. Australian, from Sydney to London, wrecked off Brazils; Star of Tasmania, from Oamaru to London, stranded Oamaru. Echunga, from Napier to London, Btranded Hapier. 1869. Early Dawn, from London to Brisbane, -wrecked off Brazils. Royal Standard, from London to Melbourne) -wrecked off Braeils. Hurricane, from Liverpool to Melbourne, foundered Port Philip Bay. Victoria Tower, from Liverpool to Melbourne, wrecked off coast of Victoria. Formosa, from Glasgow to Melbourne, wrecked Port Philip Heads. Lightning, from Geelong to London, bnrned Corio Bay. Omar Pasha, from Brisbane to London, burned at sea. Matoaks, from Lyttelton to London, missing. Blue Jacket, from Lyttelton to London, burned at sea. Hera, from Port Underwood to London, burned m Port Underwood, New Zealand. 1870. Camden, from Liverpool to Sydney, wrecked coast of New South Wales. 1871. Mary Shepherd, from London to Melbourne, burned Hobson's Bay. Underley, from London to Melbourne, wreoked Iblo of Wight. Bangoon (P. and O. S.), from London to Australia, wrecked off Galle. Sussex, from London to Melbourne, wrecked coast of Victoria. Queen of the Thames (a.), from Melbourne to London, wrecked Cape of Good Hope. Loch Leven, from Melbourne to London, wrecked Sing's Island. 1872. Dhollerah, from London to Adelaide, burned at eea. Ariel, from London to Sydney, missing. Royal Adelaide, fr«m London to Sydney, wrecked Channel. Yatnla, from Adelaide to London, wrecked Channel. Young Australia, from Brisbane to London, wrecked Morel on Island. Folonaiso, from Brisbane to London, wrecked coast of Queensland. Glenmnrk, from Lyttelton to London, missing* 1873. Northfleet, from London to Hobart Town, sunk by Murilla steamer. Fidelia, from London to Melbourne, -wrecked Cape of Good Hope. Dunmail, from Liverpool to Melbourne, ■Wrecked English coast. 1874. Suratj from 'London to Dunedin, wrecked coast New Zealand. Kingsbiiage, from London to Sydney, sunk by Cai'dahar. Ir'ort Kii'g, from London to Adelaide, wrecked coast South Australia. Coapatrick, from . London to Auckland, burned at. i-ea. British Ailmiral,""from Liverpool to Melbourne* wrecked King's Inland. Wynund, from Hubert J'ovrn to London, •wreoked coast of Tasmania. 1875. Cambridgeahiro, from Londou to Sydney, ■Wrecked Night.lsland. Strathmore, from London to Dunedin, wreckei Crozet Islands. Bli-ncathia, from Glasgow to Sydney, wrecked King's Island. Culzean ensile, from Liverpool to Mcl bourne, mis-ing." Siraihiiaver, from Sydney to London, missing..;, :, Aurora,; from Adelaide to London, burned at sea. ; ;i Cora Linn, from Lyttelton to London, •wrecked Humber river. •; i<. . . '876. Loch. Laggan, from Livorpool to Melbourne, missing. :, Coonattp, (| from Adelaide to London, (Channel. !■.:.. Glenarry, . from Adelaide ...to London, wrecked Channel. ;;■-., ,:• sirsnrAßY. Lossesi.— 3« m 1865, 5 m 1866, Bin 1867, 10 m 1868,. 10 m 1869, 1 m 1870, 6 m 1871, lin 187% 3 m 1873, 6 m 1874, 7 m 1875, 3 m 1876-rtotol, 64. '. ■■,-- -33 wrecked, 5 foundered, 7. burned m port, 6 burned • a)b sea, a sunk by other ships, 2 stranded' m roadsteads, 1 abandoued leaky, 8 missing. ... .■•■::■, 6& losses out of 7719 sailings. -
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