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andrew van rensburg
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Training Ships

the Pacific Grace and Pacific Spirit at Victoria's Inner Harbour.

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Waratah - denial, profound.
The Coburg Leader, Friday 11 March, 1910 When news came of a vessel being seen on fire which subsequently blew up and foundered there was a wild outburst of incredulity in Melbourne and ex perts  proceeded to point out the im possibilities of the case.  The...
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Waratah - yet another witness account?
The Canberra Times, Friday 3 January, 1930 MISSING SHIPS STRANGE RECORDS AT LLOYD'S MODERN TALES OF THE SEA Round the walls of a room known as the, "Graveyard" in the Royal Ex change,  the home of the famous ship ping corporation  of Lloyd's, London,  are m...
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waratah - john mcmillan recalls
The Sydney Morning Herald, Saturday 21 June, 1947 The Waratah Mystery Is Still Unsolved OF all the strange disappearances  of ships at  sea none has left  a deeper and more lasting  impres sion than that of the Waratah.  Through  her story runs a vein of  i...
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Waratah - and the SS Appam.
The Argus (Melbourne) Monday 31 January, 1916 LINER MISSING. Six Days Overdue. Waratah Mystery Recalled. 342 Souls on Board. LONDON, Jan. 28. Grave fears are entertained for the safety of the West African liner Appam (7,781 tons). She is six days overdue on...
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Waratah - a number of vessels which disappeared without a trace.
MISSING— NO TRACE. The grim word, 'missing,' posted opposite a ship's name at Lloyd's, is now less frequent than in the old days, before wireless telegraphy. Yet even  now it still occurs, and in as many  cases the only epitaph upon the whole  crew of a big...
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Waratah - bridge deck coal, continued....
The Advertiser (Adelaide) Tuesday 10 August, 1909. COAL ON THE BRIDGE-DECK. The cable message which was published in "The Advertiser" on Monday, to the effect that the missing steamer Waratah had called at Durban, and, after discharg ing  cargo for that por...
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Waratah - coal on the 'bridge' deck, 'dissected'.
The Advertiser, Adelaide, Tuesday 14 February, 1911 ...the court heard the evidence of Mr. P. A.  Marshall, formerly in the employ of Messrs.  Lund, who pro duced an estimate of the weight  and allo cation of the cargo and coal on board  the  Waratah when s...
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Waratah - Australia's history of ship losses.
Cairns Post, Wednesday 20 August, 1930 VESSELS THAT NEVER ARRIVED. MYSTERY AND WOE; A glance at the long record, , ex tending over a  period of 150 years  of shipping disasters in the  Aus tralian trade, reveals a long tale of woe  (says the Melbourne "Her ...
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Waratah - decks higher than average.
TALES OF LOST SHIPS VII. THE WARATAH By CHARLES S. CUNNINGHAM The Waratah of 10,000 tons register   owned by the Blue Anchor line sailed from Durban South Africa for Cape Town on July 26 1909. She should have reached Cape Town on July 29, but, except that s...
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Waratah - 'the stuff of legend', 1935.
Nambour Chronicle and North Coast Advertiser, Friday 28 June, 1935 TRAGIC MYSTERY OF THE SEA. Unknown Fate of British Liner in Storm-Swept Ocean. STORY OF THE ILL-FATED VOYAGE OF THE WARATAH. On July 26, 1909, the Blue Anchor liner Waratah left Durban for C...
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Waratah - a number of vessels on the lookout.
The Register (Adelaide) Monday 30 August, 1909 A FLEET IN SEARCH. VESSELS WHICH MAY FIND HER. An enormous fleet of vessels is continu ally  traversing the Indian Ocean following different routes, and if the Waratah is still afloat she should shortly be spok...
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