July 1873, The South Australian Register, Friday 04 July 1873 The gear was, however, all ready, and it was determined that on the evening's tide another attempt should be made. For P. Cumming and Son — 15 cases. Neylan, Michael, 30; Margt., 30 ; Thos., 10; Mary, 8; Margt.. 5; Ann, 2; . The "City of Adelaide" is the world's oldest surviving Clipper Ship and played a significant role in the colonial history of South Australia. Michael, 23 ; Giles, Thos., 20; Hocking. Monday. In the afternoon several other documents were floated ashore. Beswick, Edward, 32; Jane, 31; One of the first was as follows:—'Ship City of Adelaide left London May 29, 1874; left Plymouth June 6, with immigrants to the number of about 300 souls. document.write("slist@g"); ForD. note: where maiden name In 2010 the Clipper Ship City of Adelaide Ltd (CSCOAL) in Australia beat Scarf in a competition to turn the Grade A listed vessel into a tourist attraction. Owing to the continuance of the high wind the tide receded very little on Monday; but it is said that if the weather were calm a person could walk out to the vessel. 3rd document.write("to:"); This stranded ship has been considerably lightened, and on Wednesday morning, as there  was a good tide, the master proceeded to heave a strain on his cable. Mitchell, and Mr. and Mrs. Dunk and infant, in the saloon. Monday, November 7 1864 James Heneker and “The City of Adelaide” Clipper Ship. document.write("mail"); At first sight the vessel, which had all her sails furled, and appeared in perfect order, seemed to be quite motionless, but a closer view shoved that she was gradually working herself into the sand. Another message intimated that Michael Mullins and his mother were quite well, and wished that information to be conveyed to Mr. John Mullins, of Kensington. Holley to John Searle or James Trip (Moonta Mines), saying that he (Holley) with his wife and five children, in company with the wife's brother and eldest sister's son and wife, were on board; also for John Phillips, from his wife and child; for R. Burton, Port Adelaide, from his wife, saying she was quite well ; from Annie Dorin, to her mother and friends; from Pat Guning (County Meath) to Mr. Pulford, Port Railway Station, saying his niece was safe; also messages to William Harris, William Roe, and stealed letters addressed to J. Bryant, boot maker, Union-street; and Mr. Williamson (care of Mr. Campbell), Crompton-street, off Gouger street, Adelaide. Their son, George Seaborne Wilcox was born at sea, 30 Jan 1873, on that passage. THE City of Adelaide clipper ship has finally arrived in Adelaide, almost 128 years after it last left the city it helped build during the golden age of sailing. Thompson, William H., 26; Emma, 27; Elizabeth J., infant; Of single men there were 26, all healthy looking persons, who ought, from appearances, to make good colonists. . There was also one child born dead. . On June 29 crossed the Line in 30 long., and the passage of the south-east trade was moderate and fine. wife is indicated, F. 19; Smith, John F., 17; Salter, Hy. Mrs. Miss, and Miss B. Bray, Mr. and Mrs. G. Wilcox, Miss Methuen, Miss Dover. Image No: b49948. Transcribed and submitted to TheShipsList by Robert Janmaat, Adelaide, from a variety of sources, cited below. The police-troopers who were dispatched to the scene early in the morning by Chief Inspector Searcy have made arrangements to stay on the beach during the night in case anything should require their services. document.write(""); Immigrant ships papers; Biographical index SA 1836-1885 (the B-index column No further particulars were given, and so Thomas, who had performed the feat with great bravery, returned to the shore. Some citizens who have friends on board were disappointed that no attempt was made to get them landed on Monday. wife is indicated, The first intimation of the disaster appears to have been noticed in Queenstown, where some residents saw rockets about 4 o'clock a.m. At daylight of course the stranded vessel was seen from the Semaphore, and her masts from all the surrounding locality. document.write("mail"); Dalley, Mary, 32; Flannery, Ellen, 26; Fitzgerald, Mary, 20; Fenelly, Johanna, 24; Grenfell, Cordelia, 27; Gurry, Ann, 17; Morley, Helena,  18; Myers, Bridget, 24; Mitchell, Mary, 45; Alice, 13; Jemima, 11; Sampson, 9; William, 7; Mitchell, Mary, 22; Bessie, 20: Mclnnery, Margaret, 18; Margaret, 17; Catherine, 15; Maher, Catherine, 30: Mullins, Mary,  48; O'Hara, Rose, 35; Peake, Ellen, 19; Phillips, Eliza, 28; Albert, 7; Alinda, 5; Ryan, Catherine, 23; Rowe, Elizabeth, 61; Martha, 36; Stevens, Ellen, 20; Mary J., 21; Thomas, Eliza S., 24; Twiss, Eliza, 20; Williams Mary, 53. The morning's tide being best any attempt on afternoon's water would have certainly proved futile, so the whole force is ready for Friday morning's flood, when there is a probability of her coming off the sand. Williams, Richard, 33; Emily, 34; Mary, 11; Richard, 8; John, 6; Bessie, 5; Emily, 2 ; Jane, infant ; An anchor was carried out a few days ago with a cable leading over the port quarter, and on this a luff upon luff being hove tight it soon became manifest that the gallant ship was moving astern. Now making necessary arrangements for lighterage. There were numbers of people on the beach during the whole day gathered from all quarters. These were in addition to her own complement of passengers in the cabin, and for their accommodation the 'tween decks were fitted up in the usual manner of bygone days, save and except it was not entirely clear, for a space before the main hatchway was filled with cargo. Assisted passage regulations — English, 1. Mitchell, Isaac, 22: Elizabeth, 21; It was built by William Pile, Hay and Co. for transporting passengers and goods between Britain and Australia. 1849 : Passenger List of the Parland, England to New South Wales (archived website) - Mainly German immigrants. Arrived—City of Adelaide, ship, 921 tons, David Bruce, master, from London August 6. via Plymouth August 12. Kingdom assisted passage schemes, 1847-1886 p. 4, ARRIVED. Passenger lists 1845 - 1940. On the present voyage she left London on May 29, under the charge of Captain Bowen, with a large number of assisted immigrants, besides cabin passengers, whose names appear below:— Cleland, Mitchell and Co., Port ; Harrold Brothers, Town, agents. She highlights the early fast passenger-carrying and general cargo trade to … Thomson, Andrew, 25; Bertha, 25; Elizabeth, 6; Robert, 3; Mary, 1; On Monday morning we dispatched a Special Reporter to the vessel, whose distance from Adelaide is about five miles, and part of the sub-joined information appeared in Monday's Journal. http://cityofadelaide.org.au/paxwiki/Voyage_to_Adelaide_in_1873 On the return voyages she carried passengers, wool, and copper from Adelaide and Port Augustato London. The ship was commissioned in the Royal Navy as HMS Carrick between 1923 and 1948 and, after decommissioning, was known as Carrick until 2001. Hotels near City of Adelaide Clipper Ship; Hotels near National Railway Museum Port Adelaide Arthur, Margaret, 13; Blackburn, Mary, 31; Burton, Isabella, 29; Batiste, Ann, 62; Minnie, 22; Carr, Florence, 18  Doran, Anne, 17 ; Mason, Elizabeth P., 42; Shields, Agnes, 60; Hannah, 30; Agnes, 20; Agnes, 14; Jane, 11; Catherine, 9 ; Elizabeth, 9; Sneddon, Mary,19; Williamson, Barbara, 24 ; Woods, Kate, 25; Wale, Charlotte, 40; — 1st Police-constable Allchurch thereupon dispatched a trooper to Port Adelaide for Dr. Duncan, the Health Officer. Australia Thomson, William, 44; Anne E., 46; Edith, 11; Alfred 10; Fred., 6; Sarah, 5; This unique passenger cargo sailing ship survives today as the last of the passenger clipper ships. Campbell, of the names of those of the passengers who died during the voyage:  Reproduction rights owned by the State Library of Victoria Help S.C.A.R.F. Thompson, Andrew, 22; Willis, Matilda, 56; Goward, Maria, 40; Wilson, Matthew, 23; David, 10; Eight cases scarlet fever on board. Lists,1847-1886 see also SA Olds, Wm., 27;. Mr. and Mrs. Suter, Mrs. Fairlie. We are sorry at having to report that, driven by the seven westerly gale, which lasted during Sunday night, Messr. Passenger lists dating between: 1845-1886 record emigrants selected by the Colonization Commissioners London, whose passage were paid for out of the Emigration Fund. Gurry, Pat., 32;Christina, 24 ; Eliza, infant; Passenger Lists, TheShipsList®™ - (Swiggum) All Rights Reserved - Copyright © 1997-2019 794 tons, Captain Llewellyn Bowen, from London 11th April, Plymouth 18th April, 1873 It was very nearly high water, and there then arose a question of salvage or not, but the agents' representative being on board this difficulty was soon got over. These pages may be freely linked to but not duplicated in any fashion to return City of Adelaide to Sunderland, the City that built ships for more than 700 years was the largest ship builder in the World. those lists, but have made notations alongside the family name, thus. Riordan, Patrick, 35; Ellen, 24: Cornelius, 2; Approximately 250,000 Australians can trace their ancestry to passengers and crew of the City of Adelaide. The City of Adelaide is of composite construction, with a wrought iron frame with timber planking, not an iron hull. ship City of Adelaide, 791 tons, Captain Llewellyn Bowen, from London 29th May, Plymouth 6th June, 1874 arrived at Port Adelaide, South Australia 24th August 1874 Devitt & Moore's regular liner, the fine favourite ship City of Adelaide, 791 tons, has gone ashore on Kirkcaldy Beach, between Henley Beach and the Semaphore. The ship's crews were engaged during the afternoon in taking down sails and tackling. In her current state (hull only), the clipper is 54 metres long, which is longer than an Olympic swimming pool (50 metres). Steddon, 23, miner. ; FreeBMD ; UK census', TheShipsList | SA Dock Two, Port Adelaide, Adelaide, South Australia, 5015 8337 5645 0418 846 638 [email protected] www.cityofadelaide.org.au. Nationality. Significance. W., 20; Thompson, Geo. document.write(".com'>"); The nautical talent on board the Eleanor arranged to anchor and drop down for a line, to follow which a good hawser would have assisted in towing the vessel off. Passengers— Mr. and Mrs. Sison, Mrs. Bartlett. Has had a favourable passage. For A. Cunningham— 5 cases merchandise. Irish —Ellen Allen, I8, servant ; Honora Allen, 16, servant ; Bridget Baker, 17, servant ; Mary Cunningham, 26, servant ; Mary Fex, 17,   servant ; Catherine Fitzpatrick, 36 ; Bridget Fitzpatrick, 10 ; Ann Gillon, 26, servant ; Mar garet McMahon, 27 ; Mary Mahony, 20 ; Ellen O'Donoghue, 18 ; Norah O'Donoghue, I8 ; Bridget Kelly, 9 ; Bridget O'Leary, 20 ; Ann O'Leary, 8 ; Margaret Woods, 26 ; Hannah Woods, 23; John Allen, 39, labourer ; Ellen Allen, 38 ; James Hayes, 22, labourer ; Mary Hayes, 20 ; Mary Hayes, 1 ; Michael Allen, 20, labourer ; John Cunningham, 28, labourer ; James Dobe, 22, labourer ; Henry Dobe, 22, labourer ; Thos. Arnold, Joseph, 33 ; Jane, 29; Joseph, 5 ; Benetta, Wm., 24; Emma, 28; Totals—English, 49 ; Scotch, 1 ; Irish, 36. August 24:— City of Adelaide, ship, 791 tons, Llewellyn Bowen, master, from London May 29, via Plymouth June 6. From 1869 to 1885 she was … The South Australian Government Gazette; GRG 35/48/2 Crown lands and . July 3:— City of Adelaide, ship, 791 tons, L. Bowen, master, from London April 11, via Plymouth April 18. City of Adelaide is a clipper ship, built in Sunderland, England, and launched on 7 May 1864. Scotch —Walter Fraser, 17, labourer. The spot where she lies is on Kircaldy Beach, about a quarter of a mile on the Semaphore side of the opening of Leason's road. We cast anchor last night, but the wind blew so that it broke the chain and we lost the anchor, and we were forced to go, but we hope we shall get safe to Adelaide now, so we bid you good night, and hope we shall see you tomorrow so as we can speak to you. Year Title Description Download ; 1876 : Glenavon : 1/1876 - Glenavon : PDF: 1876 : Star of Erin The City of Adelaide The following is a list of the immigrants:— document.write("s.swig"); 2K likes. All the people were passed by the Health Officer, and as soon as possible Mr. Sison and several of the cabin passengers landed at the Semaphore Jetty. For J. Ballantyne— 15 pkgs. Culley, Abram, 38; Rosina, 32; The steam tug towed hard as the tide approached high water, but it was very evident the City had made such a bed for herself that unless after extensive lighterage she would not come off. The City of Adelaide acknowledges the Kaurna people as the Traditional Owners of the Country where the city of Adelaide is situated today, and pays its respect to Elders past and present Transcribed and submitted to TheShipsList Every exertion is being made to push forward the operation of lightering, so that the present tides may be taken advantage of, which will be at their spring about Thursday next. The map on the right gives you some indication of how difficult it was for ships to come to Adelaide. to return City of Adelaide to Sunderland, the City that built ships for more than 700 years was the largest ship builder in the World. document.write("gum@g"); The South Australian Register, Monday 31 August 1874 document.write(""); W. Younghusband, Jun., and Co, agents. document.write("mail"); The "City of Adelaide" is the world's oldest surviving Clipper Ship and played a significant role in the colonial history of South Australia. For W. andT. The City of Adelaide clipper ship is a living link to the early years of SA when colonists filled its decks for the lengthy and sometimes dangerous voyage from England before it returned full of Australian exports to the mother country. For the accommodation of the emigrants the 'tween decks were fitted up as in bygone days, except that the space was not entirely clear, a part before the main hatch way being filled with cargo. document.write("to:"); Mrs. Robinson, Rev. Morrell, James, 25; Susan, 28; Annie, 3; Cecilia, 2; Louis, 5; Agnes, infant; City of Adelaide Clipper. In 1874 the family returned to South Australia with father George aboard a P&O Mail vessel and mother Annie and the four children once more aboard the City of Adelaide .... a family account can be found at the link, just below. Clipper Ship City of Adelaide Price from $20. Clipper Ship ‘City of Adelaide’ Ltd (SCCOAL) is a volunteer run, not for profit organisation. Between 1864 and 1887 the ship made 23 annual return voyages from London and Plymouth to Adelaide, South Australia. Approximately 3000 visited Adelaide between 1836-1851. of Rhodes— 48 household lockstich hand sewing-machines, 1 bale paper, 1bdL handles. and W. Murray— 584 pkgs. She arrived in Australian waters on a heavy lift ship covered in quarantine wrap in January 2014, back for the first time in 125 years. The South Australian Government Gazette; GRG 35/48/2 Crown lands and These pages may be freely linked to but not duplicated in any fashion Messages were also sent in the same way intimating that Patrick Fitzgerald and Chas. Mary Ann Morgan, nine months, died 17th June; Haaze, Wilhelm, 30; Auguste, 21; Anna, 7; Pauline, 3; Richards, Wm., 29; Phillis, 34; John, 8; Clipper Ship 'City of Adelaide'. ii single men, iii single women & children ; transcriber notes, Sources: State Passengers— Lieutenant Mackenzie, Mrs. and Miss Mackenzie, and two servants ; Mrs. Rogers ; Mr. William Millard, Miss Marian C. Nash ; Dr. William M. Campbell, (Surgeon-Superintendent) ; Mrs. and Miss Robertson ; Mrs. and Misses Annie, Emma, Mary and Master Wilcox [sic], Mr. William Mitchell in the cabin ; and Arthur B. and Ada Dunk, in the second cabin. born about 1840, Worcester, Worcestershire, born about 1845, Sissinghurst, Kent | married 1865, Lewisham, Kent, born about 1843, London | married 1871, Mountmellick, Ireland, with daughter Eliza Ann (Orchard) Griffiths. The world's oldest surviving composite clipper ship. Cheers, Bahudhara 00:47, 17 February 2014 (UTC) The fact that City of Adelaide is a composite hull vessel is not relevant, Bahudhara. To ease her sails were clewed up and furled, and finding there was no immediate apprehension no boats were launched, as there was a heavy rolling surf alongside. 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