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Local - Shipping South Australia

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Local shipping movements can offer an insight in to your pioneer ancestors movements and goods that they produced.


  • The cutter Petrel, 15 tons. Mills, master, from Port Lincoln 27th January. Passengers — Mr J. P. Pryce, Mr Swaffer, Mr Sinclair, Mr Stuckey, Mr Robinson, in the cabin; Mr Baxter, in the steerage. Cargo—6 bales wool, J. P. Pryce.
  • The cutter Breeze, 20 tons Owens, master, from Port Lincoln 27th January. Passengers— Mr Brown, Mrs White, four shepherds, and two miners. Cargo— 15 bales wool, J. P. Pryce

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. (1850, February 2). South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 – 1900), p. 3. Retrieved February 9, 2016


  • Thursday, December 25— The steamer Leichardt, A. McCoy, master, from Port Elliot. Passengers— Messrs. E. B. Scott, T. H. Goodman, and Capt Johnson, in the in cabin; and Ann Bridget, in the steerage: Cargo— 87 bales wool 290 bags lead ore.

SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. (1856, December 26). South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA : 1839 - 1900), p. 2. Retrieved February 9, 2016

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