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Built by:Money Wigram & Son's, at Blackwall.
Yard No.
Tonnage:105 5/10
Length:96 feet.
Breadth:18 feet.
Depth:9 . 6 feet
Machinery:Made by Milton Ironworks, Gravesend. by George Pritchard. 40 hp.
Built of:Timber
Type:Paddle steamer - steam fire-engine.
Off Number:
Built for:Captain James Deane.
Other info:Intended for service at Melbourne.
History:27th June 1875. A heavy south-west gale set in early Sunday morning, accompanied by torrents of rain. The ‘Mystery’ tug has arrived and cast off the ship ‘Northam Castle’ at Bungaree Norah, Newcastle, Australia, as the sea became too heavy. The ship was standing off the land when last seen.

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