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New Zealand Ship ping Co. Passengers for Hobart—First saloon: Miss Plumbe ; 4 in the steerage. For Melbourne—7 in the steerage. Brock ; second saloon: Jones ; and 2 in the st erage. Tongariro Although it is not stated on the original photograph, I believe that this picture is taken while the Tongariro was anchored at Hobart, probably around the time that Annie sailed on her.
This boat is noted for her punctuality in arriving, and this trip cannot really be said to be an exception to the rule, for, although she was due here on Tuesday, she arrived yesterday at 2 a. On her arrival the Tongariro was boarded by Dr. Barnard, the health officer, and Captain Riddle, harbourmaster, who were satisfied with the order that existed and the vessel received the usual clean bill of health.
The passage does not seem to have differed much from the general run, the customary and greatly looked forward to entertainments and amusements being indulged in by the passengers, and no mishap occurred on the voyage.
The passenger list is not so lengthy as usual, and only 16 passengers landed at Hobart for the Australasian colonies, their destination being as follows: The roll of officers is the same as when the Tongariro was last here.
Captain Bone is still in command, and Mr. Bloxam retains his post as chief officer, and Mr. Waring as chief engineer. Burlinson continues in his duties as purser, and is as obliging as ever in supplying information regarding the voyage.
No casualties happened during the voyage, and no births or deaths are reported. The following is a short description of the voyage: Moderate winds and a rough sea were experienced white crossing the Bay of Biscay and until arrival at Teneriffe on January 17, at 4. After coaling at that picturesque island the Tongariro sailed, at noon of the same day with moderate trades and variable winds, which accompanied her to the Equator, crossed on January Light south east trades and southerly winds faced her to the Cape.
She arrived here at 8.
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Unsettled weather with fogs now set in. After Kerguelan Island was passed, the usual westerly winds and fine weather prevailed until arrival at Hobart at the time stated above.
One hundred and ninety five tons of cargo were discharged here and tons of coal taken in. The Tongariro sailed yesterday afternoon for Wellington at 2.
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Rivington, all for New Zealand. Gosnell receives delicate and backward boys for coaching. I, Annie Ethelreda Gosnell, make hereunder my last will and testament. I leave all I possess, completely and entirely, to my husband Arthur William Gosnell, but if he should predecease me I desire my assets to be divided amongst my children as follows: Enid, Kenneth, Alan, Phyllis, and Joan.
The amount left to Enid is not to be given her as a lump sum, but should be paid out in weekly or monthly instalments at the discretion of the Executors. The Executors shall decide in what manner this shall be done. I appoint Kenneth and Phyllis as co-executors, but in the event of Kenneth being detained abroad Phyllis shall act as sole executor, referring to Kenneth in case of difficulty.Roald Dahl Comprehension Pack Roald Dahl Comprehension Pack Teacher’s Notes • George’s Marvellous Medicine • The Twits • Charlie & the Chocolate Factory • Fantastic Mr Fox • The BFG • The Witches extract and review their learning and development.
In George's Marvellous Medicine, George's Grandma encourages him to eat unwashed celery with beetles and earwigs still on them. " A big fat earwig is very tasty,’ Grandma said, licking her lips. ‘But you’ve got to be very quick, my dear, when you put one of those in your mouth.
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George’s Marvellous Medicine is produced through permission from Samuel French, Inc. Andrew Reed Plumbe Birth: 5 May , in London, Middlesex, England Baptism: 28 June , in Wycliffe Chapel Philpot Street-Independent, Stepney, London, England Father: Samuel Plumbe Mother: Ann Serena (Payne) Plumbe Death: , in Reigate district, Surrey, England aged 45 Notes: Andrew Reed Plumbe was named after .
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