Adelaide, Government Printer, 1866. South Australian Parliamentary Paper Number 18 of 1866. Full details of the project: primarily a monthly service between Java, Brisbane and Sydney, via Torres Straits, but including proposals from "Colonel Finniss, Resident of the northern part of South Australia ... for establishing a steam service between...
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London, Nelson, 1946.
London, Patrick Stephens, 1971. The preferred edition. Ocean Liners of the Past. Number 4 in a series of reprints from 'The Shipbuilder and Marine Engine-Builder'.
Greenwich, Conway Maritime Press, 1979, 1985 and 1980.
Andover, O.A. Goulden, 1987.
New Haven, William Reese and Sydney, Hordern House, 2004 [second edition, revised and enlarged]/ 1974, 1982 and 1983 [originally published in three volumes]. An extensively annotated catalogue of the important collection amassed by Kenneth Evan Hill - 'the most extensive gathering of books that document early voyages of exploration and...
[At Sea, The Societies, as above], 10 August 1918. Not surprisingly, we can find no record of this most ephemeral item. 'Pte C. Spencer Smith' is written at the head of the first page. The service record of 55891 Cecil Spencer Smith (courtesy of the invaluable National Archives of Australia...
London, Lloyd's, 1924.
London, Lloyd's, 1939. Includes four pages of colour plates. Gilt-stamped 'With the compliments of Lambert Brothers (Insurance) Limited, Cunard House...'. Fascinating period piece, including advertisements for undersea salvage and Marconi radio.
London, Lloyd's, 1939. Includes four pages of colour plates. Gilt-stamped 'With the compliments of George Wills and Co'. Fascinating period piece, including advertisements for undersea salvage and Marconi radio.
London, Lloyd's, 1947. Gilt-stamped 'SS Hazelbank'; presumably the so-called 'Ghost Ship'.
[Tokyo, Maruzen, 1980s]. Text in Japanese. A few related pieces of ephemera are loosely inserted.
Washington, US Department of Transportation/ US Coast Guard, 1976. Outstanding and comprehensive.
London, Adam and Charles Black, 1908.
[Tokyo, No Publisher, 1970]. Text in Japanese. Superb reference, ideal for modellers.
Sydney, HMAS Canberra-Shropshire Association, 1966. Presentation copy from the HMAS Canberra-Shropshire Association to the USS Astoria Veteran's Association, 1980.
Canberra, Parliament of the Commonwealth of Australia, 1999.
Sydney, Navy Public Affairs, 1992.
Netley, Royal SA Yacht Squadron, . Number 291 of 1000 copies.
Bangkok, SPAFA Co-ordinating Unit, 1985.
Sydney, Public Transport Commission of New South Wales Ferry Services, 1979.
(Melbourne), Government Printer, 1915. Commonwealth Parliamentary Paper Number 197 of 1914-15; only 950 copies printed. Details of a Memorandum of Agreement to provide a monthly steamship service to Darwin for a period of two years from May 1915.
Sydney, Howard Smith Industries, [No date, presumably 1970s].
Sydney, Government Printer, 1866. New South Wales Parliamentary Paper 194 of 1866.
Adelaide, Government Printer, 1869. Thirty-four vessels are listed, with the names of owners, tonnage, date available and terms (charter rates or purchase price); Elder, Smith's ship Moonta was chartered and James Darwent's steam launch Midge was purchased. South Australian Parliamentary Paper Number 193 of 1868-69.