Official No: 99051 Port Number and Year: 85th in London, 1892 (LO82)
Liverpool, 1896 (LL ? )
Description: Steel trawler, single screw; coal burner.
Built: by William Hamilton's Glen Yard, Port Glasgow; in 1892. (Yard no. 82)
Tonnage: 142 grt 44 net
Length / breadth / depth (feet): 100.2 / 20.5 / 10.6
Engine: 3 Cyl, 45 hp; D. Rowan, Glasgow.
1892: United Kingdom Steam Trawling Co. Ltd., 7 Fenchurch Ave., City, London.
Manager: Joseph Sprott. (1892-95)
James Fisher. (1895-96)
As LL ?
Mar 1896: Liverpool Steam Fishing Company, North-West Corner, Canning Dock, Liverpool.
Manager: Robert Harley, 88 Bedford St., Liverpool.
Landed at Milford: 12 Apr 1892 - 14 Jul 1896; 21 Jan 1897.
Skippers: 1892: Edgar Garnham; W.R. Sanders
1893: Sanders; Walter Dayes; Peter Ebbesen; Edward Wales; William Jones
1894: Jones; Wales; Dayes; J.L. Stroud
1896: Wales; John Dove
16 Nov 1901: Left Liverpool and lost by unknown cause and location.
Accidents and Incidents:
From the Haverfordwest & Milford Haven Telegraph of Wednesday 9th October 1895:
THE FISHING.― During the past week good prices have been obtained, and the other day the "Cashmere" landed "take" [ hake?] which realised over £150. We are informed that she had cleared £400 in three trips. Capt. Wales is the skipper.
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