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|Built by:||Money Wigram & Son's, at the Northam Yard.|
|Tonnage:||42 5/10 nett - 105 gt|
|Length:||96 1/10 feet|
|Breadth:||16 6/10 feet|
|Depth:||10 4/10 feet|
|Machinery:||Two-cylinder 25 x 25 x 48 by G. Butchard, Gravesend.|
|Decks:||One - one mast.|
|Type:||One funnel Tug. Paddle steamer.|
|Registered:||15th Oct 1852 No. 1852 London 1852 - Certificate granted 14th August 1852|
Melbourne 1864 - Melbourne 1867 - Sydney 1874
|Built for:||Richard Douglas Ross of Gravesend & David Oats of Blackwall.|
|History:||26th Septmber 1867. Reg transferred to Melbourne.|
Appears to have been a passenger-carrying tug, and operated Geelong to Melbourne, and Sydney - Manly from 1874.
1886/8. Owner Port Jackson Steamship Co Ltd. Sydney.
1894. Owner T.S.Rowntree, Sydney.
1899. Engine removed and made into a punt.
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