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Laing, page bottom (have had to disable it, a beautiful Lake Applet featuring a wildebeest, since it makes access to the whole page impossible. To search for specific text on this page, just press 'CTRL F' & then enter your search term. However at this time the Belgian Prince had not sunk and Werner even had some of his own men on the ship.Whatever data I now have in this section, will, almost certainly expand as new data is received. Pinkney, managers) of Sunderland, which company principally operated a Rotterdam & U. He did the same thing with the crews of the Torrington on Apr. 12 to the crew of the Toro, despicable acts of murder on the high seas.They purchased an old man-of-war, one of those "Leviathans," taken during the last war with the Dutch, and after cutting away all her superfluous timbers, converted her into a very useful floating dock for the repair of vessels.' On May 12, 1818, the John & Philip Laing partnership ended. I read that 3 of his sons worked at the Deptford yard. 19, 1860 (Queen Victoria being its first ship) & later filled in to make way for a fitting out quay (the dock gates apparently can be still seen to-day) and also (likely through 1818) a dry dock known as 'Cornhill' on the north bank of the river next to the Robert Thompson yard. The vessel was used, I have read, in the fruit trade. di Nav a Vap.' as the registered owner in 1930/31 & 'Levant Parobrodarsko Drustvo s.o.j.' in 1931/32, both of ibenik, Yugoslavia now Croatia. 7, 1931, the vessel was wrecked in the Adriatic, nr. The vessel must have been re-floated since it was later broken up at nearby Pola (should be Pula, Croatia, I believe) in Q1 of 1932. John, then 64 years of age, left the partnership & set up a shipbuilding business (1818/c1830) at Southwick with his son James. James, it would seem, was the offspring of a second marriage for Philip? James was Chairman of the River Wear Commission for 32 years & a Director of the Suez Canal Company. 'Cornhill' dry dock continued to exist long after 1818 & is visible in an 1898 Ordnance Survey Map of Southwick Urban District. A most interesting postcard image was provided to the webmaster in Aug. Which image you can see in black & white here and in its original sepia here.
Sunderland came under aerial attack by the Luftwaffe - four men killed in one air raid on the 'Laing' yard in 1940. Sister to Westward Ho, built in 1884, also by 'Laing'. Claus Rcker was responsible, in his career, re 88 ships sunk & 3 more damaged. Intended for 'the conveyance of cargo, passengers, and troops between the ports of Java and other ports in Netherlands India'. To be fitted with a bullion room & a large gunpowder magazine. In 1891, 'Koninklijke Paketvaart-Maatschappij' took over the fleet of Netherlands. Lake Ontario's 'clipper bow' prevented critical damage to either ship but the Vancouver was out of service for three months. 31, 1898, the vessel collided with Hindoo, of Wilson Line, in the N. It happened at 47.35N/42.55W in a very heavy snowstorm. 123.1 metres long perpendicular to perpendicular, speed of 12 knots. The boat was driven off course, survived a major storm due to the skill of Bruckland & Tollemache, Umona's 3rd officer, but did safely reach Colombo. The vessel was sold, in 1893, to British India Steam Navigation Co. She must have carried passengers, because it would seem that Kaikoura likely carried them to Hobart, Tasmania. The launch of the vessel was reported in 'Marine Engineer & Naval Architect' of 1913, but the text cannot be seen. Note that Miramar do not refer at all to Neptune or to Furness.
Rather to permit to a modern reader some understanding of the reality of the early days of Sunderland shipbuilding. Traded between Yokohama, Shanghai, Hong Kong, Honolulu & San Francisco - carrying cotton to Japan & bringing back oriental fabrics. An important vessel, I read, in the history of immigration from Asia to the U. Can you clarify the matter and/or help with more data? The letter was published next to the story about what happened to the men of the Belgium Prince.
The anecdote comes from a paper, written I think in the 1970s, by James A. A cargo ship, but it would seem it carried passengers so it probably was a passenger/cargo vessel. Per 1 (Rorqual), 2 (Algeria, 20% down), 3 (Miramar, link, you now must be registered to access). Built for Caucasian Steam Shipping Company, Limited, ('Caucasian') of London, 'Lane & Macandrew', which became 'Lane & Mac Andrew Ltd.', the managers. The vessel was later owned by Petroleum Steamship Co. It read in part; "We will comport ourselves as Christians toward our enemies and conduct the war in the future as in the past with humility and chivalry."Wilhelm Werner sank a considerable amount of shipping and in 1918 he torpedoed and sank HMHS Rewa, a fully lit and marked hospital ship, fortunately only four people were killed.
Thompson & Sons Limited since 1901, in 1909 joined the company, & gradually restored its financial success. There are a number of WWW references to the ship being at Madras & Calcutta in those years & a reference to its bringing 125 personnel from Ceylon (now Sri Lanka) to South Africa to serve in the Boer War. there really is no meaningful WWW data re the vessel. Engaged on the Cape Town, Durban (Natal), Colombo & Calcutta service. Castriotti (or Castrioti), of Piraeus, Greece, & (3 says 1905) renamed Chariclia.
The yard, at about that time, had 5 building berths & a graving dock. 4, 1890, it would appear - owing to an accident, the vessel was suddenly stopped in her course before getting clear of the 'ways'. 6, 1902, Captain Grimm in command, the vessel was wrecked at Punta Guionos, Costa Rica, while en route from Puget Sound, Washington, U. I read however that the vessel was generally on charter to the Natal Emigration Department to carry Indian labourers, at 6 a head, to work in the sugar plantations of Natal & Transvaal. The vessel was sold, in 1898, to 'Paul & Shellshear', also of London. In 1907, it was again sold to 'Domestini, Oeconomou & Co.', also of Piraeus, & in 1912 renamed Leonidas.