An iron fullrigged ship built in 1882 by A. McMillan & Co., Dumbarton. Dimensions 284'1"×41'2"×24'1" and 2042 GRT, 1997 NRT and 1933 tons under deck. Equipped with a donkey engine and an early type of midship house. Rigged with royals over double topgallant and top-sails.
1882 November
Launched at the shipyard of A. McMilland & Co., Dumbarton, for the Imberhorne Ship Co. (W.R. Price & Co.), London. Assigned the official British Reg. No. 87033 and signal HBJM.
Sold to G.C. Karran, Castletown, Isle of Man.
1905 May 31 - September 20
Sailed from Hamburg to Sydney in 112 days.
Sailed from Newcastle, NSW, to Pisagua in 72 days with a cargo of coal.
1906 April 17 - July 21
Sailed from Pisagua to Sydney in 95 days.
Sailed from Newcastle, NSW, to Junin in 69 days with a cargo of coal.
Sailed from Caleta Buena to Falmouth f.o. in 138 days with a cargo of nitrate.
Sold to Salvesen, Castletown, Isle of Man.
1913 April 15
Sold to Robert Mattsson, Mariehamn, for £ 5500. Captain Isidor Eriksson was given command of the ship. Assigned the official Finnish signal TPHC. The Finnish measurements were 84,08×12,77×7,22 meters, 1958,39 GRT and 1866,47 NRT.
1913 December 10 - February 7
Sailed from Newcastle, NSW, to Callao in 60 days with a cargo of coal.
1916 July 10
Drifted ashore at Pascagoula, MI, USA, during a hurricane while loading timber for Greenock, but was re-floated without any major damage.
1917 March 8
Sailed from Mobile for the Clyde with a cargo of timber.
1917 May 4
Sunk by a German submarine through explosives some 350 miles west of Ireland. The crew was saved.


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