Chatham sexs

Indeed, the increasing number of listings re Doxford built vessels has already required a 2nd, 3rd & 4th pages - pages 053, 054 & 055.

I should mention, however, that the Queen Alexandra Bridge was not there in 1870. Do read the most interesting information available here, (the website of George H. The storm continued to rage & the ship was soon driven inland to just 20 yards from the shore.

Graham of Tulsa, Oklahoma) and the many pages available at the 'Doxford Engine Friends Association' website, available through this page. Captain Murcassen was brought ashore in a boatswain's chair & his wife too a little later, while the crew stayed aboard until the wreck could be surveyed. In early 1917, (thanks Michael Lowery), Arctic was part owned by 'W.

], invalided home 8.08am: Boat returned with mails 8.10am: Proceeded 8.30am: English Bank Light Vessel abeam 10.05am: Recalada Light Vessel abeam 11.19am: Cast port bower anchor in 6 fathoms, veering 4 shackles, 5 cables from collier [English Bank] 12.30pm: Signalled ) 14 December 1915 English Bank Lat -35.2, Long -55.9 4.00am: SS NNW bound Buenos Aires 6.00am: Collier weighed anchor 6.16am: Secured same alongside 6.40am: Commenced coaling 6.30pm: Ceased coaling for the day 6.50pm: Cast off collier 7.00pm: Collier anchored 4caf8918cadfd34197024711: ( passed over; veered to 6 shackles 3.30am: Rain ceased and wind moderating 7.05am: SS Roserie passed bound S 9.00am: Sea moderating 10.15am: Collier weighed anchor 10.40am: Collier alongside; secured same 11.00am: Resumed coaling 6.30pm: Ceased coaling and cast off collier 7.05pm: Collier anchored 4caf8918cadfd34197024712: () 16 December 1915 English Bank Lat -35.2, Long -55.9 9.00am: Sea moderating 9.20am: Collier weighed anchor and came alongside 9.55am: Secured same 10.20am: Resumed coaling 6.30pm: Ceased coaling and cast off collier; collier anchored 4caf8918cadfd34197024713: () 20 December 1915 River Plate Estuary Lat -35.1, Long -55.5 [position at 8.00am] 2.20am: Passed 3-masted ship 3.47am: Lobos Island Lighthouse abeam 8.54am: Flores Island N70W 9.20am: Cast starboard bower anchor in 7½ fathoms, veering 4 shackles [River Plate]; passed bound E 11.30am: SS Harmonides of Liverpool passed bound E 12.45pm: Italian barque Mc Diarmid bound E 1.50pm: Italian barque passed bound E 5.30pm: British SS Spenser passed W 7.15pm: Dutch SS Mizar passed E 7.25pm: Norwegian SS Tysla passed E 8.06pm: Anchor aweigh 8.10pm: Proceeded 9.45pm: Full speed to pursue SS [Orata] 10.10pm: Resumed course; signalled SS Alesia bound W 4caf8918cadfd34197024717: () 21 December 1915 River Plate Estuary Lat -35.0, Long -57.0 12.50am: Punta Negra Lighthouse abeam 4.30am: Dutch SS Maasdijk passed E; Flores Island N76W; British SS Oronsa W 5.05am: Stop and sent mail to SS Oronsa 5.30am: Proceeded 5.47am: Cast starboard bower anchor in 8½ fathoms, veering 4 shackles 7.40am: SS Pampa (French) passed W 8.00am: American 4-masted barque JC Meyer passed E 11.00am: British SS Socrates passed E 12.40pm: American SS Stephen R Jones passed W 2.30pm: Norwegian barque passed E 2.40pm: HMS Edinburgh Castle bound W 4.10pm: HMS Edinburgh Castle came to anchor 5.43pm: British SS Karamea passed bound E 4caf8918cadfd34197024718: () 22 December 1915 River Plate to English Bank Lat -35.4, Long -55.8 2.05am: Passenger SS passed bound W 6.00am: Nelson Liner passed W 7.25am: HMS Edinburgh Castle weighed anchor and proceeded 8.45am: Dutch SS Camarinda passed W 9.06am: Anchor aweigh 9.10am: Set course 10.57am: English Bank Light Vessel abeam 1.25pm: Collier at anchor N66W 3.19pm: Cast starboard bower anchor in 6 fathoms, veering 5 shackles 4½ cables from collier [English Bank] 4caf8918cadfd34197024719: () 23 December 1915 English Bank to River Plate estuary Lat -35.2, Long -55.9 4.15am: Very heavy squall from SW 9.10am: SS NNW 9.30am: Collier dragged anchor; signalled to weigh and shift berth 11.20am: Collier shifted anchorage 1.10pm: HMS Edinburgh Castle passed bound SE 5.00pm: HMS Edinburgh Castle anchored S46E 9.10pm: Collier weighed 9.18pm: Anchor aweigh; set course 11.00pm: Cast starboard bower anchor in 8 fathoms, veering 6 shackles and port bower anchor underfoot; collier anchored [S17E, 39 miles from El Cerro Lighthouse] 4caf8918cadfd3419702471a: () 24 December 1915 River Plate Estuary Lat -35.4, Long -56.0 [estimated] 4.42pm: Port bower anchor aweigh 4.48pm: Starboard bower anchor aweigh and shifted berth 5.10pm: Cast anchor in 8 fathoms, veering 6 shackles; port bower anchor under foot 6.00pm: Collier Wilton Hall shifted berth 4caf8918cadfd3419702471b: () 28 December 1915 River Plate Estuary Lat -35.4, Long -56.0 5.00am: Collier Wilton Hall in company 7.30am: HMS Edinburgh Castle weighed and proceeded 10.55am: Collier weighed and joined HMS Edinburgh Castle 2.10pm: SS NWx W bound SSW 7.37pm: Collier returned to anchorage 4caf8918cadfd3419702471f: () 29 December 1915 River Plate Estuary Lat -35.4, Long -56.0 6.30am: HMS Edinburgh Castle approaching from NNW 8.05am: Cutter left for mail off HMS Edinburgh Castle who proceeded S 4.00pm: Warrant 24 read; Martin OS placed in cells 4caf8918cadfd34197024720: () 7 January 1916 River Plate Estuary to Montevideo Lat -34.9, Long -56.2 6.10am: Anchor aweigh and proceeded 8.43am: Recalada Light Vessel abeam 10.23am: Cast port bower anchor anchor in 6 fathoms, veering 3 shackles [Montevideo] 11.15am: Port officials alongside 11.58am: Officials left; tug Ondina alongside with mails 4caf8919cadfd34197024732: () 8 January 1916 Montevideo to River Plate Estuary Lat -35.1, Long -56.2 12.10am: Tug Ondina alongside 12.30am: Tug Ondina sailed 9.30am: SS Hollandia passed bound E 11.08am: Anchor aweigh 11.10am: Proceeded 1.00pm: Recalada Light Vessel abeam 2.25pm: Collier S42E 3.29pm: Cast port bower anchor in 6½ fathoms, veering 5 shackles, 4 ½ cables from collier Wilton Hall [River Plate Estuary] 11.00pm: British RMS Orissa passed N 4caf8919cadfd34197024733: () 12 January 1916 River Plate Estuary to English Bank Lat -35.5, Long -56.1 9.30am: Weighed anchor and shifted berth closer to collier 9.45am: Cast port bower anchor in 6 fathoms, 2 shackles 11.00am: Boat returned with stores 11.35am: Weighed anchor Noon: Proceeded 4.00pm: Martin OS released from cells; English Bank Light Vessel N86W 5.03pm: Cast port bower anchor in 7½ fathoms, veering 5 shackles [off English Bank Light Vessel] 8.45pm: HMS Edinburgh Castle stopped alongside; commenced transhipping stores 9.15pm: Finished stores and received mails 9.30pm: HMS Edinburgh Castle proceeded E 4caf8919cadfd34197024737: () 13 January 1916 English Bank to River Plate Estuary Lat -35.4, Long -55.6 5.40am: SS Camoens, Liverpool, passed bound E 9.10am: Anchor aweigh and proceeded 1.05pm: Collier S82W 2.22pm: Cast port bower anchor in 6½ fathoms veering 5 shackles 4½ cables N56E from collier [River Plate Estuary] 9.00pm: Pampero passed over ship; much thunder, lightning and rain 4caf8919cadfd34197024738: () 18 January 1916 River Plate Estuary Lat -35.5, Long -56.1 6.00am: Collier Wilton Hall alongside; secured same 7.00am: Commenced coaling.

6.30pm: Ceased coaling; cast off collier 7.00pm: Collier anchored.

Church parties were landed on Sundays and services held on board.] 4caf891fcadfd3419702495d: () 11 March 1917 Simonstown Lat -34.2, Long 18.4 6.00am: Hove up starboard bower anchor 11.45am: SS Berwyn [?

] weighed and proceeded 12.40pm: Captain left ship 1.10pm: Liberty men landed 6.45pm: Liberty men returned; Captain returned on board 4caf891fcadfd3419702495e: () 12 March 1917 Simonstown Lat -34.2, Long 18.4 6.00am: Hands employed scaling ship's side and funnels, and preparing to discharge empties from holds 1.10pm: Dockyard party landed 4.40pm: Landed port watch for leave; Sub Lieutenant Forsyth in charge of picket 4caf891fcadfd3419702495f: () 13 March 1917 Simonstown Lat -34.2, Long 18.4 7.00am: Hands employed scaling funnels, chipping overside and loading lighter with condemned stores 9.20am: HMS Himalaya arrived and anchored 10.00am: Landed mail for England 12.30pm: Working party (15 men, 1 LS and 2 POs) landed 1.30pm: LS Pratt and Private Smith discharged to dockyard; collier Hanworth arrived and entered basin 3.45pm: Ceased work and cleared up 5.17pm: Dockyard working party returned to ship 4caf891fcadfd34197024960: () 14 March 1917 Simonstown Lat -34.2, Long 18.4 7.00am: Hands employed scaling and chipping ship's side and discharging gear into lighters 1.10pm: Dockyard party landed 2.00pm: OS Bannentine joined for passage to HMS Glasgow 4.00pm: Dockyard party returned to ship 4caf891fcadfd34197024961: () 15 March 1917 Simonstown Lat -34.2, Long 18.4 6.00am: Escort landed 8.00am: Lighter alongside for ammunition 10.00am: Hands scaling ship's side, working ammunition, and variously employed 10.45am: Escort returned to ship 1.10pm: Dockyard party landed 5.00pm: Dockyard party returned 4caf891fcadfd34197024962: () 16 March 1917 Simonstown Lat -34.2, Long 18.4 7.40am: Lighter alongside 8.50am: Liberty men returned (2 absentees) 10.00am: Hands employed loading lighter, scaling ship's side and variously 11.30am: Absentees returned on board 2.00pm: Lighter left with working party 4.20pm: Starboard watch landed for leave; marine picket in charge of Sub Lieut Forsyth 5.30pm: Dockyard party returned 4caf891fcadfd34197024963: () 18 March 1917 Simonstown Lat -34.2, Long 18.4 6.00am: Received 5 bags parcel mails 10.00am: Commander-in-Charge arrived on board and inspected ship and company 8.30pm: Let go starboard bower anchor underfoot 4caf891fcadfd34197024965: () 19 March 1917 Simonstown Lat -34.2, Long 18.4 6.00am: Hove up starboard bower anchor 7.00am: Lighter alongside 9.00am: Dockyard party left in lighter 10.00am: Hands scaling ship's side and variously employed.No monthly copies of ship's log were obtainable during period covered by herewith enclosed ship's log.MW Cooksey Acting Lieutenant RNR, Assistant Navigator 4caf8913cadfd34197024516: () 18 September 1914 London to St Vincent, Cape Verde Islands Lat 51.5, Long 0.3 7.45am: Received 19 splinter mats 10.30am: Cast off and proceeded to basin, engines as requisite, 2 tugs assisting 11.52am: Cleared basin and swung ship Noon: Cast off tugs and proceeded 1.15pm: Nore Light Vessel abeam 2.10pm: N Kent abeam 2.15pm: Passed HMS Amethyst bound W 2.50pm: Tongue Light Vessel abeam 3.00pm: Elbow buoy abeam 3.56pm: Gull Light Vessel abeam 4.28pm: South Foreland Lighthouse abeam 4.36pm: Dover Lighthouse NW 4.53pm: Swung ship for compass adjustment 6.26pm: Dungeness abeam 8.35pm: Sovereign Light Vessel abeam 9.30pm: Beachy Head abeam 4caf8913cadfd3419702451b: () 19 September 1914 London to St Vincent Lat 49.9, Long -3.5 12.38am: Owers Light Vessel abeam 2.40am: St Catherine's abeam 4.45am: Anvil Point abeam 6.20am: Shambles Light Vessel abeam 6.37am: Discharged pilot 7.00am: Portland Lighthouse W 3.00pm: Passed AMC ) 20 September 1914 London to St Vincent Lat 45.0, Long -8.1 1.00pm: Course frequently altered to inspect passing vessels 5.00pm: Passed SS Grigna, bound Hull 8.54pm: Cape Villano abeam 9.54pm: Cape Finisterre abeam 4caf8913cadfd3419702451d: () 22 September 1914 London to St Vincent Lat 35.1, Long -14.8 9.15am: Manoeuvred ship, helm and engines as required, and commenced gun laying tests with target 12.14pm: Boarded target and resumed course and speed 4caf8913cadfd3419702451f: () 23 September 1914 London to St Vincent Lat 30.4, Long -14.2 9.24am: Stop and manoeuvred ship for gunlayer's and trainer's practice 12.25pm: Resumed course and speed 4.30pm: Stop and manoeuvred ship for target practice 6.13pm: Recovered target; resumed course and speed 7.50pm: Cumplida Point Lighthouse S16WT 4caf8913cadfd34197024520: () 26 September 1914 London to St Vincent Lat 16.8, Long -25.0 8.00am: Bull Point abeam 8.30am: Stop and arrived St Vincent 10.20am: Proceeded to berth; Bird Island abeam 12.05pm: Anchored port bower in 12 fathoms, 60 fathoms cable [St Vincent] 10.50am: Received 11.15am: Anchor aweigh and proceeded to sheltered position 11.45am: Cast port bower anchor in 11 fathoms and veered 60 fathoms cable Noon: Visited by captain of Portuguese gunboat 12.28pm: Portugese captain left 1.00pm: Captain left in starboard sea boat 2.15pm: Anchor aweigh and shifted berth 2.48pm: Cast port bower anchor in 7 fathoms, veering 45 fathoms cable 3.00pm: Captain returned 3.30pm: Commenced coaling 8.30pm: Coaling proceeded with all dispatch 4caf8913cadfd34197024523: () 27 September 1914 St Vincent to Abrolhos Rocks Lat 15.2, Long -25.2 6.30am: HMS Albion arrived in port 6.45am: Cutter left with officer of guard 7.30am: Cutter returned 11.30am: Finished coaling 11.58am: Anchor aweigh and swung ship 12.10pm: Full speed 12.15pm: Bird Island abeam 12.46pm: Point Machado abeam S71E 4caf8913cadfd34197024524: () 28 September 1914 St Vincent to Abrolhos Rocks Lat 12.7, Long -23.9 9.30am: Stop and manoeuvred ship for target practice 12.20pm: Boarded target and resumed course and speed 4caf8913cadfd34197024525: () 29 September 1914 St Vincent to Abrolhos Rocks Lat 8.7, Long -21.4 9.35am: Stop and manoeuvred ship for target practice 11.26am: Boarded target and resumed course and speed 4caf8913cadfd34197024526: () 30 September 1914 St Vincent to Abrolhos Rocks Lat 8.4, Long -16.9 9.50am: HMS Macedonia 10.45am: Stopped for engineer's purposes; HMS Macedonia in company 1.29pm: Proceeded 4.00pm: Hands to general quarters and tested sights and range finder with HMS Macedonia LOGS FOR OCTOBER 1914 4caf8913cadfd34197024527: () 2 October 1914 St Vincent to Abrolhos Rocks Lat 2.3, Long -23.5 4.00am: HMS Macedonia in company 9.20am: Stop; dropped target and manoeuvred ship for gun practice 12.19pm: Boarded target and resumed course and speed 4caf8913cadfd34197024529: () 3 October 1914 St Vincent to Abrolhos Rocks Lat -1.3, Long -27.1 4.00am: HMS Macedonia in company 11.00am: Practised small arm drill and gun loading 4.26pm: Altered course to examine sailing ship (Swedish); HMS Macedonia boarded same: SV Belleville 4caf8913cadfd3419702452a: () 5 October 1914 St Vincent to Abrolhos Rocks Lat -7.9, Long -34.5 4.00am: HMS Macedonia in company 8.00am: Observed land around Pernambuco; HMS Macedonia parted company and proceeded in towards land 2.45pm: Rejoined by HMS Macedonia and HMS Bristol in company 4.00pm: Full speed and examined SS Horatius of Liverpool 5.00pm: Resumed course and speed; parted company with HMS Bristol and HMS Macedonia 4caf8913cadfd3419702452c: () 6 October 1914 St Vincent to Abrolhos Rocks Lat -7.0, Long -33.4 6.00am: Proceeded full speed to examine SS Hercules of Bilboa and SS Vesuvius of Genoa 10.20am: Companies at small arm drill and gun loader 1.45pm: Passed SS Industry, Liverpool 3.25pm: Passed SS Drumcliffe, Liverpool 4caf8913cadfd3419702452d: () 8 October 1914 St Vincent to Abrolhos Rocks Lat -9.1, Long -34.6 2.50am: Observed SS light; proceeded to examine same 3.35am: Resumed course and speed 9.53am: Observed SS Amstelland, Amsterdam 8.40am: Stop and boarded same 9.17am: Resumed course and speed 4caf8913cadfd3419702452f: () 9 October 1914 St Vincent to Abrolhos Rocks Lat -14.0, Long -36.4 11.00am: Warrant 1 read to fireman 12.50pm: Stop and examined SS Parana, Belfast 1.35pm: Resumed course and speed 2.00pm: Altered course to inspect Norwegian SS Guernsey 2.36pm: Resumed course and speed 4caf8913cadfd34197024530: () 10 October 1914 St Vincent to Abrolhos Rocks Lat -18.1, Long -38.5 10.30am: Reduced speed owing to rain obscuring lighthouse 10.32am: Stop 11.00am: Weather cleared; proceeded 1.00pm: Abrolhos Lighthouse N47E 2.00pm: Cast starboard bower anchor in 13½ fathoms, veering 90 fathoms chain [off Abrolhos Rocks]; S65E, 3 cables from HMS Canopus, N13E from lighthouse 6.00pm: Collier Boldwell arrived alongside 7.20pm: Commenced coaling 8.45pm: HMS Canopus proceeded 4caf8913cadfd34197024531: ( was on fire 1.30pm: Commander Healey in charge of fire party left to subdue fire 6.10pm: Cast off collier who proceeded to anchorage 7.15pm: Fire party returned from SS Santa Catharina; impossible to subdue fire, opened all valves and sea cocks to sink ship 4caf8913cadfd34197024532: () 12 October 1914 Abrolhos Rocks Lat -18.0, Long -38.7 2.20am: SS Santa Catharina sank in Lat 18 2 15S, Long 38 44W, being 4 miles 7 cables S18½W of lighthouse on Abrolhos Rocks 7.30am: Collier arrived alongside; secured same 8.15am: Resumed coaling 10.00am: Prize crew left for SS Kilbergen 1.00pm: Brazilian SS Ceara passed 3.47pm: Heavy ground swell; cast off collier 4caf8913cadfd34197024533: () 13 October 1914 Abrolhos Rocks Lat -18.0, Long -38.7 6.25am: HMS Cornwall arrived 6.40am: Collier arrived alongside 7.05am: Resumed coaling 3.30pm: Finished coaling; total coal received 871 tons 4.20pm: Cast off collier who proceeded to anchorage 4caf8913cadfd34197024534: () 15 October 1914 Abrolhos Rocks Lat -18.0, Long -38.7 6.30am: Thoroughly overhauled all coaling gear 9.00am: Captain and Commander of HMS Cornwall arrived on board for court of inquiry 3.30pm: Court of inquiry rose 4.30pm: Prize crew returned from SS Kilbergen 6.00pm: Warrant 2 read 7.00pm: SS Kilbergen left for Rio 4caf8913cadfd34197024536: () 17 October 1914 Abrolhos Rocks to Montevideo patrol Lat -18.0, Long -38.7 2.00pm: Brazilian torpedo boat number 6 passed bound into Santa Barbara anchorage 6.45pm: Anchor aweigh and turned ship, engines as required 9.00pm: HMS Bristol in company 4caf8913cadfd34197024538: () 19 October 1914 Abrolhos Rocks to Montevideo patrol Lat -23.4, Long -40.5 10.25am: Stop and dropped target; manoeuvred ship for target practice 12.20pm: Picked up target 12.30pm: Set course and speed 4.34pm: Altered course to examine SS Otta of Bergen 4caf8913cadfd3419702453a: () 20 October 1914 Abrolhos Rocks to Montevideo patrol Lat -23.1, Long -42.1 9.30am: Altered course to examine Italian SS Cavour 9.35am: Observed HMS Bristol 9.55am: Cape Frio N50E 10.58am: Stop; HMS Bristol on port beam 2 cables; away sea boat 11.30am: Sea boat returned and HMS Bristol proceeded 11.48am: Set course and speed 4caf8913cadfd3419702453b: () 22 October 1914 Abrolhos Rocks to Montevideo patrol Lat -29.5, Long -48.2 9.05am: Thick fog set in; reduced speed to 26 revs and BOT regulations complied with 11.00am: Weather cleared 4.00pm: Prisoner released 7.20pm: Altered course to examine French steamer Monte Rosa 4caf8913cadfd3419702453d: () 23 October 1914 Abrolhos Rocks to Montevideo patrol Lat -32.4, Long -50.5 8.30am: Stop for engineer's purposes 9.38am: Proceeded 10.05am: Observed SS on port quarter 10.38am: Turned ship N53S and examined British SS Tandil 11.12am: Resumed course and speed 10.30pm: Altered course to examine SS Mascara of Glasgow 4caf8913cadfd3419702453e: () 25 October 1914 Abrolhos Rocks to Montevideo patrol Lat -35.0, Long -55.8 5.48am: Lobos Island Lighthouse abeam 9.30am: Land visible on starboard beam 10.40am: Altered course and increased to full speed to examine SS San Francisco of New York 11.05am: Stop and boarded same 12.05pm: Resumed course and speed 1.42pm: English Bank Light Vessel S56W 3.25pm: Signalled collier Adamton of Cardiff 3.45pm: Turned ship 4.35pm: English Bank Light Vessel abeam 4caf8913cadfd34197024540: () 27 October 1914 Abrolhos Rocks to Montevideo patrol Lat -36.1, Long -55.0 5.10pm: Dropped target and manoeuvred ship for gun practice 5.55pm: Picked up target and resumed course and speed 4caf8913cadfd34197024542: () 28 October 1914 Abrolhos Rocks to Montevideo patrol Lat -36.2, Long -55.1 1.00am: Ship not steering; increased revs to 30 on port engine to give ship steerage way 10.10am: Turned ship 4caf8913cadfd34197024543: () 29 October 1914 Abrolhos Rocks to Montevideo patrol Lat -35.9, Long -55.1 1.25am: Observed 5 vessels' lights on port bow 7.00am: Proceeded full speed and examined SS Hektona and 4 whalers bound to S Shetlands 7.53am: Turned ship, set revs at 50 and proceeded 4caf8913cadfd34197024544: () 30 October 1914 Abrolhos Rocks to Montevideo patrol Lat -36.0, Long -55.1 7.30am: Altered course and proceeded full speed to examine Danish SS Cathay 8.32am: Resumed course and speed 10.25am: Refilled all boats' breakers with fresh water 4caf8913cadfd34197024545: () 3 November 1914 Off Montevideo Lat -35.0, Long -56.0 [position at 8.00am] 1.30am: Punta del Este abeam 7.00am: Observed HMS Defence bound W 9.07am: Flores Island abeam 9.14am: English Bank Light Vessel abeam 10.05am: HMS Defence passed 11.50am: Cast port bower anchor in 6 fathoms, veering 60 fathoms chain [off Montevideo], in position 2½ cables S of HMS Defence 12.10pm: Launch alongside 4.00pm: Tug and 2 water boats alongside 6.30pm: Received 85 tons fresh water 7.30pm: Finished receiving water; cast off water boats and tug 4caf8914cadfd34197024549: () 4 November 1914 Off Montevideo Lat -34.9, Long -56.2 Anchor bearings: El Cerro N33W, Brava Point N12E, Buen Viage N35E 8.20am: Collier Adamton arrived alongside; secured same 9.00am: Commenced coaling 1.30pm: Coaling with all possible dispatch 3.20pm: HMS Defence sailed 4caf8914cadfd3419702454a: () 6 November 1914 Montevideo to sea Lat -35.1, Long -55.9 1.00am: Coaling with all dispatch 4.30am: Total coal received 1038 tons 4.40am: Collier cast off 7.40am: Proceeded 10.40am: Signalled HMS Defence 11.20am: HMS Defence passed bound W 4caf8914cadfd3419702454c: () 9 November 1914 Montevideo and English Bank Lat -35.1, Long -55.9 8.30am: Pan de Azucar N25W 12.50pm: English Bank Light Vessel N80W 1.50pm: HMS Defence at anchor 3.00pm: Anchored starboard bower in 5¾ fathoms, veering 60 fathoms cable [off Brava Point] 5.30pm: Tug came alongside with bags of mails 6.27pm: Anchor aweigh and proceeded 7.30pm: Anchored port bower in 6 fathoms, veering to 45 fathoms, 2½ cables SW of HMS Defence [off English Bank] Anchor bearings: El Cerro N49W, Flores Island N17E, Brava Point N40W 4caf8914cadfd3419702454f: () 10 November 1914 Montevideo to Abrolhos Rocks Lat -35.3, Long -55.3 6.40am: Sea boat left for SS Adamton 7.30am: Sea boat returned; hove short 7.50am: Anchor aweigh; proceeded 8.45am: English Bank Light Vessel abeam 11.02am: Courses various to speak HMS Otranto 2.20pm: Course various to speak HMS Carnarvon 4.55pm: Altered course and increased to 50 revs to speak HMS Cornwall Midnight: Lobos Island Lighthouse N45E 4caf8914cadfd34197024550: () 11 November 1914 Montevideo to Abrolhos Rocks Lat -34.6, Long -53.5 5.10am: Lobos Island Lighthouse abeam 3.47pm: Observed steamer heading ESE; altered course to examine same 4.10pm: Full speed; strange ship apparently being set on fire 5.15pm: Stop alongside German Fleet Auxiliary Navarra badly on fire and crew in ship's boats 5.25pm: Took crew on board 6.15pm: Proceeded, manoeuvring ship for firing at GFA Navarra 7.38pm: GFA Navarra turned turtle and sank in 35 fathoms water – Lat 34 40S Long 52 43W 11.30pm: Prisoners inspected hourly 4caf8914cadfd34197024551: () 12 November 1914 Montevideo to Abrolhos Rocks Lat -33.2, Long -51.2 4.00am: Prisoners inspected hourly 9.00am: Observed steamer on port bow steering NE (approximately) 5.45pm: Altered course to inspect SS Don Arturo of London 7.45pm: Altered course to inspect SS Pontipidan of Copenhagen 4caf8914cadfd34197024552: () 14 November 1914 Montevideo to Abrolhos Rocks Lat -26.3, Long -44.4 9.44am: Altered course to examine SS Ontaneda of Bilbao 11.12am: Allowed same to continue 11.30am: Altered course to examine SS Reynolds of London 4caf8914cadfd34197024554: () 15 November 1914 Montevideo to Abrolhos Rocks Lat -22.8, Long -40.6 4.00am: SS passed bound SW 7.00am: Cape Frio Lighthouse N7E 8.05am: Passed SS Newcastle of Newcastle bound SW 2.55pm: Altered course various to examine Greek SS Ioannis Vatis 4caf8914cadfd34197024555: () 16 November 1914 Montevideo to Abrolhos Rocks Lat -20.7, Long -38.9 6.50am: Altered course to examine SS Thessaly of Liverpool; allowed same to proceed 11.40am: Observed SS bound SW 1.00pm: Italian SS Jupiter of Genoa passed 3.55pm: SS on port beam 4.15pm: Altered course to examine same; full speed 6.00pm: Stop off SS Holly Branch 6.30pm: Allowed same to proceed 6.45pm: Resumed course 4caf8914cadfd34197024556: () 17 November 1914 Montevideo to Abrolhos Rocks; to sea Lat -18.0, Long -38.0 6.20am: Abrolhos Lighthouse N11E 8.40am: Cast starboard bower anchor in 13 fathoms, veering to 60 fathoms [Abrolhos Rocks] 8.45am: Officer of guard from HMS Edinburgh Castle boarded 9.30am: HMS Kent arrived 11.15am: Sent German prisoners to HMS Edinburgh Castle 2.00pm: Received 20 boys from HMS Edinburgh Castle 5.30pm: HMSs Defence, Carnarvon, Cornwall and Otranto arrived and anchored 6.30pm: Clock set to MT 15° W of Greenwich 8.09pm: Anchor aweigh and proceeded 10.30pm: HMS Otranto in company 4caf8914cadfd34197024557: () 18 November 1914 Abrolhos Rocks to Trinidad Island Lat -19.1, Long -35.2 3.30am: Passed SS bound SSE 11.00am: Reduced speed to allow HMS Otranto to take up position 11.00pm: Sailing vessel passed S 4caf8914cadfd34197024558: () 19 November 1914 Abrolhos Rocks to Trinidad Island; to Abrolhos Rocks Lat -20.3, Long -29.9 4.00am: HMS Otranto in company 11.35am: Trinidad Island S49E 2.25pm: Courses various steaming around island; SS Thor of Sandefjord at anchor in SW bay 3.35pm: Turned ship 4.40pm: Stop and boat sent to HMS Otranto 4.50pm: Boat returned; set course and proceeded; parted company with HMS Otranto 4caf8914cadfd34197024559: () 21 November 1914 Trinidad Island to Abrolhos Rocks Lat -18.4, Long -38.0 3.00pm: HMS Defence N 5.15pm: Abrolhos Lighthouse N30E 6.16pm: Cast starboard bower anchor in 13 fathoms, veering 75 fathoms cable [Abrolhos Rocks]; stud parted in link in the 5th length and link badly twisted; removed cable length and reshackled Midnight: Much lightning to W 4caf8914cadfd3419702455b: () 22 November 1914 Abrolhos Rocks Lat -18.0, Long -38.7 4.00am: Lightning all round horizon 7.45am: HMS Kent left 8.20am: Collier Thistledhu alongside 9.05am: Commenced coaling 9.30am: SS Bahia (Brazil Lloyd) passed N 6.45pm: Ceased coaling and cast off collier; total 159 tons 8.00pm: Collier Arlington Court arrived 4caf8914cadfd3419702455c: () 23 November 1914 Abrolhos Rocks Lat -18.0, Long -38.7 6.35am: HMS Carnarvon left 7.30am: Collier Arlington Court alongside 9.00am: Resumed coaling 3.15pm: HMS Kent returned and collier Pensilva arrived 7.00pm: Ceased coaling and cast off collier 8.00pm: Collier Ruperra of Cardiff arrived 8.45pm: HMS Glasgow arrived 4caf8914cadfd3419702455d: () 24 November 1914 Abrolhos Rocks Lat -18.0, Long -38.7 7.00am: HMS Cornwall sailed 7.05am: Collier alongside 7.40am: HMS Defence sailed and collier Royal Transport arrived 7.50am: Resumed coaling 11.15am: HMS Defence returned 7.05pm: Ceased coaling and cast off collier 4caf8914cadfd3419702455e: () 25 November 1914 Abrolhos Rocks Lat -18.0, Long -38.7 7.00am: Collier Arlington Court alongside 7.25am: Commenced coaling 7.40am: HMS Kent sailed 7.15pm: Finished coaling and cast off collier [total 1283 tons coal] 4caf8914cadfd3419702455f: () 26 November 1914 Abrolhos Rocks Lat -18.0, Long -38.7 7.45am: SS Impoco arrived 9.00am: HMSs Invincible and Inflexible arrived 9.30am: HMS Kent arrived and HMS Cornwall left 1.15pm: Received 3 cases charts from HMS Invincible 2.00pm: HMS Defence sailed 9.40pm: Collier Trevanion arrived 4caf8914cadfd34197024560: () 27 November 1914 Abrolhos Rocks to Port William (Falkland Islands) Lat -18.0, Long -38.7 3.15am: Coaling party left for SS Impoco 6.30am: Thoroughly overhauled all coaling gear 8.30am: HMS Glasgow sailed 10.40am: HMS Cornwall returned 1.10pm: Anchor aweigh 1.40pm: Passed HMS Glasgow 4caf8914cadfd34197024561: () 28 November 1914 Abrolhos Rocks to Port William Lat -18.1, Long -38.8 4.00am: Observed SS bound SW 5.00am: Abrolhos N12W 6.30am: Observed store ship Crown of Arragon 7.16am: Cast port bower anchor in 13 fathoms, veering 45 fathoms chain 10.00am: Squadron sailed S 11.16am: Anchor aweigh and proceeded; colliers in company – Arlington Court, Langoe, Ruperra, Trevanion, Impoco, Crown of Arragon, Pensilva, Tregurno and Westborough 4caf8914cadfd34197024562: () 8 December 1914 Abrolhos Rocks to Port William Lat -44.6, Long -47.7 4.30am: Courses and speeds various, rounding up convoy; SS Crown of Aragon missing 4.55pm: Courses and speeds as requisite, rounding up convoy 4caf8914cadfd3419702456c: () 9 December 1914 Abrolhos Rocks to Port William Lat -46.3, Long -50.1 5.00am: Courses and speeds as requisite, signalling convoy 2.30pm: Observed 3 colliers to SWx W 9.00pm: Colliers hove to owing to heavy sea 4caf8914cadfd3419702456d: () 10 December 1914 Abrolhos Rocks to Port William Lat -47.3, Long -51.0 12.38am: Left colliers and proceeded to meet HMS Carnarvon 1.15am: Shipped heavy sea, bursting in 4 posts on E deck 6.45am: Observed HMS Carnarvon 2.40pm: Signalled SS S Pacific, bound Cape Town 4caf8914cadfd3419702456e: () 12 December 1914 Abrolhos Rocks to Port William Lat -51.5, Long -57.5 3.30am: Increased speed to signal convoy of 6 colliers 5.55am: Cape Carysfoot S40W 9.30am: Port William abeam 10.00am: Stop; boarding officer alongside 10.56am: Cast port bower anchor in 7 fathoms, veering to 60 fathoms [Port William] – HMSs Invincible, Inflexible, Carnarvon, Cornwall, Kent, Glasgow, Bristol, Macedonia and Canopus in port 5.00pm: Prepared to receive store-ship 8.30pm: SS Crown of Arragon alongside 9.00pm: Commenced taking in stores 4caf8914cadfd34197024570: () 13 December 1914 Port William, Falkland Islands Lat -51.7, Long -57.8 3.30am: Finished taking in stores and SS Crown of Arragon left 5.30am: HMS Bristol sailed 8.30am: HMS Inflexible sailed 9.30am: HMS Glasgow sailed 2.20pm: Collier Arlington Court alongside 2.55pm: Commenced coaling 4caf8914cadfd34197024571: () 14 December 1914 Port William Lat -51.7, Long -57.8 10.00am: HMS Cornwall sailed 3.15pm: HMS Macedonia sailed 7.20pm: Ceased coaling and cast off collier [total 870 tons coal] 4caf8914cadfd34197024572: () 15 December 1914 Port William to Punta Arenas Lat -51.5, Long -57.6 10.07am: Anchor aweigh and turned ship 10.20am: Proceeded, HMS Kent and collier Trevanion in company 11.56am: Volunteer Point abeam 6.40pm: HMS Kent closed to 3 miles 8.08pm: Eddystone Rock abeam 4caf8914cadfd34197024573: () 16 December 1914 Port William to Arenas Lat -50.7, Long -62.3 4.00am: HMS Kent and collier Trevanion in company 6.16am: Steeple Jason abeam 7.00am: Thick fog set in 1.29pm: Fog lifted 4caf8914cadfd34197024574: () 17 December 1914 Port William to Punta Arenas (Magellan Strait) Lat -52.3, Long -64.3 8.00am: Fog and misty rain set in 12.25pm: Stop; anchored port bower in 23 fathoms, veering 120 fathoms chain [off Magellan Strait] 3.00pm: HMS Kent and collier anchored 6.00pm: Mist cleared 9.15pm: Dungeness Lighthouse S84W; Cape Virgins Lighthouse N81W 10.00pm: Ship swung to ebb through S 4caf8914cadfd34197024575: () 18 December 1914 Port William to Punta Arenas; to Port Tamar Lat -52.7, Long -70.4 1.00am: Intermittent patches of fog 3.12am: Anchor aweigh and proceeded, HMS Kent and collier in company 5.10am: Dungeness abeam 6.00am: Cape Possession abeam 8.55am: Direction Hill abeam 9.10am: Delgado Point abeam 9.29am: Mendez Point abeam 11.55am: Cone Hill abeam 12.40pm: Parted company with HMS Kent and collier 1.01pm: Santa Magdalena Island abeam 3.10pm: Stop 3.35pm: Captain of port and HBM Consul boarded 3.55pm: Cast port bower anchor in 30 fathoms, veering 75 fathoms chain [Punta Arenas] 4.15pm: Captain of port left 4.40pm: Consul left 10.00pm: Anchor aweigh; proceeded 4caf8914cadfd34197024576: () 19 December 1914 Punta Arenas to Port Tamar; to Vallenar Roads Lat -53.0, Long -73.6 1.40am: Cape San Isidro abeam 3.00am: Rounded Cape Froward 6.00am: Wood Island abeam 6.40am: Rupert Island abeam 8.40am: Cape Notch abeam 10.15am: Cooper Key abeam 11.37am: Sentinel Island abeam Noon: Observed SS Pensilva at anchor in Tamar Bay 12.38pm: Cast port bower anchor in 26 fathoms, veering out 5 shackles [Port Tamar] 3.30pm: Observed HMS Kent and collier making for anchorage 6.20pm: HMS Kent anchored; sent boat with fresh meat to her 8.55pm: Anchor aweigh 9.00pm: Proceeded; HMS Kent and 2 colliers in company 10.00pm: Felix Point abeam 4caf8914cadfd34197024577: () 22 December 1914 Port Tamar to Vallenar Roads Lat -45.5, Long -75.0 2.36am: Cape Raper Lighthouse abeam 4.00am: HMS Kent and 2 colliers in company 6.10am: Altered course and proceeded full speed to examine SS Magellanes of Punta Arenas 10.50am: Cape Taytao abeam 2.07pm: Rounded Anchilu Island 2.31pm: Cast port bower anchor in 13 fathoms, veering 5 shackles [Vallenar Roads]; colliers Pensilva and Trevanion anchored 4.00pm: HMSs Bristol and Glasgow arrived 7.00pm: HMS Kent arrived 4caf8914cadfd3419702457a: () 27 December 1914 Vallenar Roads Lat -45.3, Long -74.6 5.30am: SS Pensilva alongside 5.50am: Resumed coaling 2.55pm: Finished coaling; grand total 950 tons 3.30pm: Cast off collier 4caf8914cadfd3419702457f: () 28 December 1914 Vallenar Roads to Valparaiso Lat -45.3, Long -74.6 8.50am: Shore observation party returned 9.25am: HMS Kent sailed 9.54am: Anchor aweigh and turned ship 10.10am: Proceeded; 2 colliers in company 10.15am: East Point (Anchilu Island) abeam 1.00pm: HMS Kent joined squadron 3.50pm: Observed steamer and gunboat bearing N70W 4.35pm: Altered course; proceeded to examine same, which were Chilean GB Tome and RMS Orita 10.00pm: Guamblin Island abeam 4caf8914cadfd34197024580: () 29 December 1914 Vallenar Roads to Valparaiso Lat -43.5, Long -75.0 3.00am: HMS Kent and 2 colliers in company 7.50am: Observed Weather Point Lighthouse (Huapo Island) N34E 8.40am: Ship rolling to heavy NW swell 10.25am: Passed HMS Australia bound S 6.06pm: Land visible around Metalqui Heights 4caf8914cadfd34197024581: () 30 December 1914 Vallenar Roads to Valparaiso Lat -40.5, Long -75.2 3.52am: HMS Kent and 2 colliers in company 9.30am: Courses as requisite for manoeuvring ship for rate of change exercises 4.00pm: Ship rolling to SW swell 6.00pm: Parted company with HMS Kent 4caf8914cadfd34197024582: () 31 December 1914 Vallenar Roads to Valparaiso Lat -37.4, Long -74.3 6.00am: 2 colliers in company 9.07am: Manoeuvred ship for gun exercises 2.35pm: Santa Maria Island Lighthouse S88E 4.30pm: HMS Kent rejoined squadron LOGS FOR JANUARY 1915 4caf8914cadfd34197024583: () 1 January 1915 Vallenar Roads to Valparaiso Lat -35.0, Long -73.1 3.30am: HMS Kent and 2 colliers in company 7.00am: High land visible on starboard beam 4.37pm: Parted company with HMS Kent and colliers 4caf8914cadfd34197024584: () 2 January 1915 Vallenar Roads to Valparaiso Lat -33.0, Long -71.6 8.19am: Proceeded at speed to examine SS Copenhagen of Glasgow 9.50am: In company with HMS Newcastle 10.20am: Proceeded into Valparaiso 11.10am: Stop; pilot boarded 11.20am: Port officer boarded 11.37am: Cast port bower anchor in 41 fathoms, veering 8 shackles [Valparaiso] Chilean ships of war in port: Capitan Prat, cruiser; Ministro Zenteno, cruiser; Rancagua, transport; and 5 torpedo craft 5.20pm: Stores arrived alongside 9.00pm: Stores on board and lighter left 4caf8914cadfd34197024585: () Insert: list of craft at Valparaiso, 2/1/1915 Steamers: Riol – Roland Linie; Yorck, Gottingen, Westfalen – Norddeutscher Lloyd; California – PSNC; Negada, Tanis, Sais -- Kosmos; Santa Rita, Santa Ines – Hamburg SA; Concon – British; Orgona – PSNC; Imperial – Chile; Victoria -- PSNC; Madawaska – Bank Line; Chimu – New York & Pacific; Sacramento – USA, late Alexandria HAL; Mapocho -- Chile Sailing ships: Pekin, John, Isebek, Potosi, Pinnas, Pommern, Petschili – German; Marion Lightbody – Russian; JC Vinnen – German 4caf8914cadfd34197024587: () 3 January 1915 Valparaiso to Coquimbo Lat -32.5, Long -71.9 7.37am: Anchor aweigh 7.45am: Proceeded; courses various to rejoin HMS Kent 8.33am: HMS Kent and 2 colliers in company; set course and speed 9.00pm: HMS Kent and 1 collier proceeded 4caf8914cadfd34197024588: () 4 January 1915 Valparaiso to Coquimbo Lat -30.0, Long -71.8 5.35am: Observed HMS Kent and collier steering E 10.50am: Land visible on starboard bow 11.55am: Lengua de Vaca S34E 4.45pm: Altered course and increased speed to examine SS Madawaska of Bristol 8.35pm: Chanaral Island Lighthouse N20E 4caf8914cadfd34197024589: () 5 January 1915 Valparaiso to Coquimbo Lat -29.2, Long -72.0 4.50am: HMS Kent and 2 colliers in company 8.00am: Courses various towing target for HMS Kent to carry out firing 10.50am: Took in target 11.50am: Manoeuvring ship for gun practice; HMS Kent towing target 12.30pm: Completed target practice; resumed course and speed 1.15pm: Courses various to examine SS which proved to be RMS Orissa of Liverpool 3.47pm: Courses various to examine SS which was SS Auchencrag of Glasgow 4.40pm: Chanaral Island abeam 5.45pm: Rejoined HMS Kent and colliers 4caf8914cadfd3419702458a: () 6 January 1915 Valparaiso to Coquimbo; to San Felix Islands Lat -29.8, Long -71.6 12.37am: Pajaros Island Lighthouse abeam 6.44am: Pajaros Rocks abeam 7.17am: Cast starboard bower anchor in 8 fathoms, veering 3 shackles [Coquimbo Bay] 8.00am: Port officials came aboard 9.00am: Officer of guard returned visit 9.37am: HMS Kent arrived 11.00am: Marines at small arm drill Chilean men-of-war in port: Errazuriz, Ex Cochrane and Abasto 4.30pm: HMS Kent sailed 6.08pm: Anchor aweigh; full speed 7.12pm: Rejoined HMS Kent and colliers 4caf8914cadfd3419702458b: () 8 January 1915 Coquimbo to San Felix Islands Lat -27.4, Long -77.4 6.30am: Opened HMS Kent to 16,000 yards 9.00am: Towing target for HMS Kent at gun practice 10.30am: HMS Kent towing target 11.40am: Took in target and rejoined colliers 4caf8914cadfd3419702458d: () 9 January 1915 Coquimbo to San Felix Islands; to Callao Bay Lat -26.1, Long -80.1 1.05am: Ambrose Island W 2.10am: San Felix Islands W 4.00am: Courses and speeds various examining all round islands 6.20am: Stop 6.40am: Cast port bower anchor in 17 fathoms, veering 5 shackles [San Felix Islands] 7.40am: HMS Kent anchored 8.15am: Colliers anchored 10.00am: Ship rolling heavily to ground swell 6.08pm: Anchor aweigh 6.24pm: Full speed, HMS Kent and 2 colliers in company 4caf8914cadfd3419702458e: () 11 January 1915 San Felix Islands to Callao Bay Lat -21.0, Long -79.3 4.00am: HMS Kent and 2 colliers in company 9.05am: Courses and speeds various manoeuvring ship for target practice with HMS Kent 4caf8914cadfd34197024590: () 12 January 1915 San Felix Islands to Callao Bay Lat -18.6, Long -78.7 4.00am: HMS Kent and 2 colliers in company 7.00am: HMS Kent commenced coaling from Pensilva 4.13pm: HMS Kent finished coaling 4caf8914cadfd34197024591: () 13 January 1915 San Felix Islands to Callao Bay Lat -16.2, Long -78.0 4.00am: HMS Kent and 2 colliers in company 9.00am: Marines at small arm drill 4.50pm: Courses various to take up station 3 miles E of collier 4caf8914cadfd34197024592: () 14 January 1915 San Felix Islands to Callao Bay Lat -14.6, Long -76.1 5.30am: Observed land and parted company with colliers 7.55am: Examined San Juan Bay 8.00am: HMS Kent examined San Nicolas bay 10.30pm: Passed CSAV steamer bound S 11.08am: Mesa de Donna Maria abeam 1.04pm: Quemado Point abeam; courses various searching Independencia Bay 1.57pm: Cape Carretas abeam 3.10pm: Courses various examining Pisco Bay 3.30pm: San Gallon Island abeam 5.38pm: Stop 5.45pm: Captain of HMS Kent came aboard 7.00pm: HMS Kent captain left 7.15pm: Set course 10.30pm: Parted company with HMS Kent and colliers 4caf8914cadfd34197024593: () 15 January 1915 San Felix Islands to Callao Bay Lat -12.0, Long -77.25 3.20am: Observed Palominos Lighthouse N25W 6.25am: Palominos Rocks abeam 6.57am: Cape San Lorenzo abeam 8.00am: Stop; captain of port came aboard 9.00am: Cast port bower anchor in 7 fathoms, veering 3 shackles [Callao Bay] Peruvian warships in port: Almirante Grau, Coronel Bolognesi, Luica, Constitution, Teniente Rodriguez, Ferro and Palacios 4caf8914cadfd34197024594: () 16 January 1915 Callao Bay to San Nicolas Bay Lat -12.0, Long -77.5 7.56am: Anchor aweigh and turned ship 8.00am: Proceeded 8.40am: Observed HMS Kent and 2 colliers; set course to rejoin same 11.00am: Stop 11.15am: Captain of HMS Kent boarded Noon: Captain of HMS Kent left 12.30pm: Took up position abeam of HMS Kent 5.00pm: Speeds various signalling colliers 4caf8914cadfd34197024595: () 17 January 1915 Callao Bay to San Nicolas Bay Lat -14.7, Long -76.3 4.00am: HMS Kent and 2 colliers in company 4.00pm: Parted company with HMS Kent 5.47pm: Beware Point abeam 6.35pm: Cast starboard bower anchor in 11 fathoms, veering 3 shackles [Port San Nicolas] 8.15pm: SS Pensilva arrived and anchored; HMS Kent and SS Trevanion outside 4caf8914cadfd34197024596: () 18 January 1915 Port San Nicolas Lat -15.2, Long -75.3 5.30am: Hove up anchor and proceeded outside 3 mile limit 6.00am: Cast starboard bower anchor in 60 fathoms, veering 8 shackles; HMS Kent and collier Trevanion in sight 9.00am: HMS Kent anchored 9.30am: Observation party left for shore 9.45am: Collier Trevanion came alongside 10.05am: Commenced coaling 3.00pm: Steamer passed bound S 5.15pm: HMS Kent sailed 7.10pm: Ceased coaling for the day; observation party returned to ship 4caf8914cadfd34197024597: () 19 January 1915 Port San Nicolas Lat -15.2, Long -75.3 6.30am: Boat left with shore observation party 7.00am: Resumed coaling 10.00am: 2 SS passed bound SSE 2.00pm: 2 PSNC steamers passed 5.40pm: Ceased coaling; total 906 tons 7.10pm: Observation party returned to ship 9.00pm: Observed HMS Kent steering N 4caf8914cadfd34197024598: () 20 January 1915 Port San Nicolas to Mollendo Lat -15.1, Long -75.6 5.10am: Anchor aweigh and turned 5.20am: Proceeded 5.35pm: Harmless Point abeam 6.00am: Passed HMS Kent 11.15am: Observed SS ahead 1.09pm: Stop and boarded SS Huasco of Valparaiso 1.35pm: Resumed course 3.50pm: Cast starboard bower anchor in 16 fathoms, veering 3 shackles 7.05pm: Anchor away and turned 7.20pm: Set course; SS Trevanion in company 10.00pm: HMS Kent in company 4caf8914cadfd34197024599: () 21 January 1915 Port San Nicolas to Mollendo Lat -14.5, Long -76.4 4.00am: HMS Kent and collier in company 6.00am: Steamer passed bound NW 7.05am: Mount Quemado abeam 8.30am: Dardo Head abeam 10.00am: Speed various carrying out gun practice with HMS Kent 1.30pm: HMS Kent parted company 4caf8914cadfd3419702459a: () 22 January 1915 Port San Nicolas to Mollendo Lat -12.0, Long -77.6 4.00am: Collier Trevanion in company 8.00am: Observed San Lorenzo Island N31E 12.42pm: Hormigas Afuera abeam 2.17pm: Mount Stokes abeam 4.10pm: Stop and away sea boat 6.50pm: Resumed course and speed 11.50pm: Observed Palominos Lighthouse S72E 4caf8914cadfd3419702459b: () 23 January 1915 Port San Nicolas to Mollendo Lat -12.1, Long -77.5 2.50am: Palominos Lighthouse abeam 9.15am: Stop 10.00am: HMS Kent stopped alongside; Captain came aboard 12.30pm: Captain of HMS Kent left 4.10pm: Stop 5.00pm: Captain of HMS Kent boarded 6.10pm: Captain of HMS Kent left 4caf8914cadfd3419702459c: () 24 January 1915 Port San Nicolas to Mollendo Lat -14.6, Long -76.4 4.00am: HMS Kent and 1 collier in company 6.00am: San Gallan Island N74E 10.44am: Carretas Head abeam 2.00pm: Azua Point abeam 4caf8914cadfd3419702459d: () 26 January 1915 Port San Nicolas to Mollendo; to Iquique Lat -17.4, Long -72.0 12.30am: Mollendo Lighthouse N81E 6.00am: Parted company with HMS Kent and collier 8.50am: Cast starboard bower anchor in 30 fathoms, veering 8 shackles [Mollendo]; captain of port boarded; consul's agent boarded 10.15am: All officials left 10.20am: Anchor aweigh; proceeded 1.00pm: Rejoined HMS Kent and collier 4caf8914cadfd3419702459f: () 27 January 1915 Mollendo to Iquique Lat -20.1, Long -70.4 4.00am: HMS Kent in company and 1 collier 6.15am: Caleta Chica abeam 8.30am: Altered course to examine American SS De Sota of New York, formerly Phoebos of Hamburg, changing hands on August 18th 10.08am: Proceeded full speed to examine smoke S 18 miles 11.54am: Reduced speed, steamer being British SS Madewaska of Bristol 12.20pm: Full speed to rejoin collier 4caf8914cadfd341970245a0: () 28 January 1915 Mollendo to Iquique Lat -21.7, Long -70.8 4.00am: HMS Kent and collier in company 9.50am: Parted company with HMS Kent and collier 10.30am: Marines at small arm drill 4.15pm: Pabellon de Pica abeam 7.00pm: Cast starboard bower anchor in 18 fathoms, veering 4 shackles [Iquique Bay] 7.30pm: Captain of port and consul boarded 8.40pm: All officials left 8.48pm: Anchor aweigh; proceeded 9.00pm: Iquique Lighthouse abeam 4caf8914cadfd341970245a1: () 29 January 1915 Iquique to Blanco Encalada Bay Lat -22.7, Long -70.7 6.45am: Altered course to examine SS William Chatham of San Francisco 2.00pm: HMS Kent and collier rejoined company 3.07pm: Angamos Point E 4.15pm: HMS Newcastle and store-ship Celtic arrived in company 6.00pm: Stop and Captain boarded store-ship Celtic 7.40pm: Captain returned 7.55pm: Proceeded; parting company with HMS Newcastle; HMS Kent, SS Celtic and collier in company 4caf8914cadfd341970245a2: () 30 January 1915 Iquique to Blanco Encalada Bay; to patrol Lat -24.3, Long -70.6 1.57am: Tetas Point Lighthouse abeam 4.30am: HMS Kent, SS Celtic and collier in company 8.00am: Punta Tres Picos abeam 8.25am: Cast starboard bower anchor in 13 fathoms, veering 4 shackles [Blanco Encalada] 8.30am: SS Celtic anchored 8.40am: HMS Kent anchored 2.00pm: Taking in stores and ammunition 6.55pm: Anchor aweigh 7.00pm: Proceeded to sea for patrolling 7.05pm: Remienda Point abeam 4caf8914cadfd341970245a3: () 31 January 1915 Patrol to Blanco Encalada Bay Lat -24.4, Long -70.5 2.30am: Mount Jaron N38ET 4.00am: Collier Trevanion in company 6.30am: Stop; HMS Kent and SS Celtic at anchor 6.40am: Cast starboard bower anchor in 13 fathoms, veering 4 shackles [Blanco Encalada] 4.00pm: Working stores with all possible dispatch 9.00pm: HMS Kent left anchorage 11.30pm: Last launch for the night alongside LOGS FOR FEBRUARY 1915 4caf8914cadfd341970245a4: () 1 February 1915 Blanco Encalada Bay Lat -24.4, Long -70.5 12.40am: Stopped all work for the night 6.00am: Boats away to SS Celtic for stores 8.00am: HMS Kent and collier returned to anchorage 3.30pm: Chilean SS passed S 7.00pm: HMS Kent proceeded to sea 9.40pm: Completed intake of stores 4caf8914cadfd341970245a5: () 2 February 1915 Blanco Encalada Bay to Coquimbo Bay Lat -24.7, Long -70.8 5.40am: HMS Kent returned to anchorage 7.45am: Anchor aweigh 7.50am: Proceeded, courses various; HMS Kent, SS Celtic and collier in company 8.00am: Remienda Point abeam 6.00pm: Altered course and speed to close SS Celtic 4caf8914cadfd341970245a6: () 3 February 1915 Blanco Encalada Bay to Coquimbo Bay Lat -27.8, Long -71.2 4.00am: HMS Kent, SS Celtic and collier in company 6.30am: Altered course and speed to open SS Celtic 7.04am: Morro Point abeam 7.10am: Dallas Point abeam 2.00pm: Herradura Point abeam 5.00am: Port Huasco abeam 6.00pm: Altered course to close SS Celtic 10.13pm: Chanaral Island Lighthouse abeam 4caf8914cadfd341970245a7: () 4 February 1915 Blanco Encalada Bay to Coquimbo Bay; to Vallenar Roads Lat -30.2, Long -71.6 12.10am: Choros Island abeam 12.45am: Pajoros Lighthouse S27E 4.35am: Parted company with HMS Kent and collier 7.10am: Tortuga Lighthouse abeam 7.30am: Stop 7.35am: Cast port bower anchor in 13 fathoms, veering 4 shackles [Coquimbo Bay]; Chilean ships of war in port: Ex Cochrane, Errazuriz and Abtas 9.30am: Chilean officer of guard boarded 10.00am: Consul boarded 10.30am: Consul left 2.50pm: Anchor aweigh and proceeded 3.00pm: Tortuga Lighthouse abeam 3.20pm: Outer Pajoros Island abeam 5.16pm: Courses various to rejoin HMS Kent, SS Celtic and collier 5.20pm: Stop 6.00pm: Parted company with SS Celtic and proceeded with HMS Kent and collier 4caf8914cadfd341970245a8: () 5 February 1915 Coquimbo Bay to Vallenar Roads Lat -30.2, Long -71.6 12.20am: Pajoros Lighthouse abeam 6.00am: Picked up collier Braunton 10.10am: Stop; boarded collier 12.15pm: Proceeded; HMS Kent and colliers Trevanion and Braunton in company 1.01pm: Lengua de Vaca abeam 4caf8914cadfd341970245a9: () 6 February 1915 Coquimbo Bay to Vallenar Roads Lat -32.5, Long -71.9 4.00am: HMS Kent and 2 colliers in company 10.00am: Carried out target practice with HMS Kent 11.20am: Picked up target proceeded 1.40pm: Courses and speeds various taking up position with colliers 4caf8914cadfd341970245aa: () 7 February 1915 Coquimbo Bay to Vallenar Roads Lat -34.9, Long -72.9 4.00am: HMS Kent and 2 colliers in company 9.00am: Mustered crew by the ledger 4.00pm: Ship pitching to SW swell 4caf8914cadfd341970245ab: () 8 February 1915 Coquimbo Bay to Vallenar Roads Lat -37.3, Long -74.0 4.00am: HMS Kent and 2 colliers in company 5.15am: SS Celtic rejoined 9.00am: Lavapie Point S52E 3.05pm: Closed HMS Kent to signal 6.25pm: Courses and speeds various to signal colliers 9.00pm: Mocha Island Lighthouse abeam 4caf8914cadfd341970245ac: () 9 February 1915 Coquimbo Bay to Vallenar Roads Lat -40.2, Long -74.5 4.00am: HMS Kent, SS Celtic and 2 colliers in company 9.30am: Wind shifted to southward in a squall and rapidly freshened 4caf8914cadfd341970245ad: () 10 February 1915 Coquimbo Bay to Vallenar Roads Lat -42.7, Long -75.0 4.00am: HMS Kent, SS Celtic and 2 colliers in company 9.15am: Courses and speeds various signalling colliers 7.20pm: Altered course and speed to examine steamer; signalled SS Almond Branch bound N 9.35pm: Huafo Island abeam 4caf8914cadfd341970245ae: () 11 February 1915 Coquimbo Bay to Vallenar Roads Lat -45.3, Long -74.7 2.30am: Huafo Lighthouse dipped N12E 4.00am: Parted company with SS Celtic; HMS Kent and 2 colliers in company 6.00am: Observed Guamblin Island S 7.03am: North Point abeam 9.45am: Paz Island abeam Noon: Cabras Island abeam 12.25pm: Auchilu Island abeam 1.32pm: Cast port bower anchor in 13 fathoms, veering 4 shackles [Vallenar Roads] 2.20pm: Collier Trevanion alongside and secured 2.30pm: HMS Kent anchored 2.40pm: Collier Braunton anchored 2.50pm: Commenced coaling 7.45pm: Ceased coaling 4caf8914cadfd341970245af: () 13 February 1915 Vallenar Roads Lat -45.3, Long -74.6 5.30am: Collier alongside 5.52am: Resumed coaling 5.05pm: Finished coaling; total received 1314 tons 6.05pm: Cast off collier 7.45pm: Collier Trevanion dispatched and sailed for N 4caf8914cadfd341970245b1: () 17 February 1915 Vallenar Roads to Coronel Lat -45.1, Long -74.8 6.00am: Chaplain of HMS Kent joined 9.50am: Anchor aweigh and swung ship 10.00am: Proceeded, courses various 10.15am: Rounded Auchilu Island; parted company with HMS Kent and collier 11.00am: Cabras Island abeam 3.05pm: Cape Lort abeam 7.00pm: Huafo Island N30E 8.40pm: Huafo Lighthouse abeam 4caf8915cadfd341970245b5: () 18 February 1915 Vallenar Roads to Coronel Lat -40.8, Long -74.2 7.10am: Observed steamer bound same way 10.00am: Courses various to signal SS Epsom of London 11.30pm: Mocho Island Lighthouse N35E 4caf8915cadfd341970245b6: () 19 February 1915 Vallenar Roads to Coronel; to Valparaiso Lat -36.9, Long -73.3 6.15am: Lavapie Point N63E 8.00am: Passed through Boca Chica 9.51am: Cast port bower anchor in 11 fathoms, veering 3 shackles [Coronel Bay] 10.10am: Captain of port and consul's representative boarded 10.40am: All officials left 11.00am: Anchor aweigh and proceeded 11.07am: Puchoco Point abeam 12.20pm: Cullinto Point abeam 2.00pm: Boquita Point abeam 6.13pm: Cape Carranza Lighthouse abeam 4caf8915cadfd341970245b7: () 20 February 1915 Coronel to Valparaiso; to Santa Maria Island Lat -33.0, Long -71.6 3.30am: Curaumilla Point N32E 6.40am: Courses various rounding Angeles Point 7.16am: Cast port bower anchor in 40 fathoms, veering 8 shackles [Valparaiso] ; Chilean warship in port – Blanco Encalada 9.30am: Captain of port and British consul came on board 10.00am: Officer of guard left 6.58pm: Anchor aweigh 7.00pm: Proceeded 7.12pm: Angeles Point abeam 11.15pm: SS passed bound N 4caf8915cadfd341970245b8: () 21 February 1915 Valparaiso to Santa Maria Island; to sea Lat -36.4, Long -73.2 5.15am: Set in fog 7.15am: Weather cleared 2.10pm: Santa Maria Lighthouse S22W 3.20pm: Cast starboard bower anchor in 25 fathoms, veering 5 shackles [off Santa Maria Island] 4.00pm: HMS Kent and collier rejoined 4.30pm: Chaplain and signal rating returned to HMS Kent 6.26pm: Anchor aweigh 6.30pm: Proceeded 9.20pm: Hualpen Lighthouse abeam 10.33pm: Tumbes Lighthouse abeam 4caf8915cadfd341970245b9: () 22 February 1915 At sea; to Santa Maria Island Lat -36.8, Long -73.3 4.00am: HMS Kent and collier in company 4.20am: Altered course to southward 9.30am: Wind shifted and weather cleared; observed land off Tumbes Peninsula 11.22am: Hualpen Lighthouse abeam 1.05pm: Santa Maria Lighthouse S37W 2.25pm: Cast starboard bower anchor in 24 fathoms, veering 4 shackles [off Santa Maria Island] 5.40pm: HMS Kent anchored 7.00pm: Parted company with HMS Kent, who sailed for S; collier Braunton anchored 4caf8915cadfd341970245ba: () 23 February 1915 Santa Maria Island to Coronel; to Fortescue Bay Lat -37.0, Long -73.2 7.25am: Anchor aweigh 7.30am: Proceeded 9.02am: Cast port bower anchor in 10 fathoms, veering 3 shackles [Coronel Bay]; Chilean warships in port – Thompson, Aguila 9.30am: Captain of port boarded 12.10pm: Anchor aweigh and proceeded; courses various to pick up collier [Braunton] 1.26pm: Stop and signalled collier 2.00pm: Proceeded, collier in company; courses various rounding Santa Maria Island 3.47pm: Lavapie Point abeam 4caf8915cadfd341970245bb: () 24 February 1915 Coronel to Fortescue Bay Lat -40.0, Long -74.7 2.03am: Mocha Island Lighthouse abeam 4.00am: Collier Braunton in company 9.05am: Altered course to carry out 'rate of change exercise' 10.07am: Observed smoke S11W; altered course to examine 11.00am: Examined Norwegian SS Guernsey of Tonsberg 11.27am: Speed and course to rejoin collier 6.40pm: Altered course and speed to examine ) 25 February 1915 Coronel to Fortescue Bay Lat -43.7, Long -75.5 4.00am: Collier Braunton in company 10.30am: N Point (Huafo Island) bearing S85E 11.55am: S Point abeam 4.40pm: Guamblin Island abeam 4caf8915cadfd341970245bd: () 26 February 1915 Coronel to Fortescue Bay Lat -47.4, Long -76.5 4.00am: Collier Braunton in company 4.45am: Cape Raper Lighthouse S32E 7.49am: Cape Raper abeam 9.15am: Crew mustered by ledger 4caf8915cadfd341970245be: () 27 February 1915 Coronel to Fortescue Bay Lat -51.2, Long -76.2 11.00am: Land obscured by light misty rain 3.00pm: Cape George N88E 7.45pm: Evangelistas Lighthouse S59E 9.50pm: Evangelistas abeam 4caf8915cadfd341970245bf: () 28 February 1915 Coronel to Fortescue Bay Lat -53.7, Long -72.1 12.23am: Cape Pillar abeam 1.16am: Felix Rock Lighthouse abeam 3.04am: Sentinel Lighthouse abeam 6.45am: Cooper Key Lighthouse abeam 8.00am: Hat Island abeam 8.35am: Cape Notch abeam; passed SS Bogota of Liverpool 9.40am: El Morion abeam 11.00am: Adams Island abeam 11.26am: Rupert Island Lighthouse abeam 12.24pm: Cast port bower anchor in 10 fathoms, veering 3 shackles [Fortescue Bay] 2.00pm: HMS Bristol at anchor; collier Braunton anchored 2.50pm: HMS Glasgow arrived 4.30pm: HMS Glasgow left LOGS FOR MARCH 1915 4caf8915cadfd341970245c0: () 1 March 1915 Fortescue Bay to Punta Arenas; to Fortescue Bay Lat -53.2, Long -70.9 4.05am: Anchor aweigh 4.10am: Proceeded 6.00am: Cape Froward abeam 6.55am: San Isidro Lighthouse abeam; examined vessels in Eagle Bay 8.13am: Santa Anna Point abeam 10.10am: Cast port bower anchor in 15 fathoms, veering 4 shackles [Punta Arenas] 10.30am: Captain of port boarded 11.00am: British consul boarded; Chilean warship Condell in harbour Noon: Collier Braunton passed bound E 12.52pm: Anchor aweigh 1.00pm: Proceeded; courses various; SS Cairnross passed bound E 3.00pm: Santa Anna Point abeam 3.40pm: San Isidro abeam 4.52pm: Woods Bay abeam 6.53pm: Cast port bower anchor in 10 fathoms, veering 4 shackles [Fortescue Bay] 8.00pm: HMS Bristol at anchor 9.20pm: Steamer passed bound E 4caf8915cadfd341970245c1: () 3 March 1915 Fortescue Bay and patrolling off Barbara Channel Lat -53.8, Long -72.0 4.40am: HMS Bristol weighed anchor 4.50am: Anchor aweigh and proceeded 6.00am: Patrolling off eastern entrance to the Barbara Channel, courses and speed as requisite 7.15pm: Altered course and headed for Fortescue Bay 11.35pm: San Isidro Lighthouse N24E 4caf8915cadfd341970245c3: () 4 March 1915 Fortescue Bay to Kirke Narrows Lat -53.4, Long -73.0 1.48am: San Isidro Lighthouse abeam 5.04am: Passed Chilean transport Casma 6.10am: Cape Froward abeam 7.18am: Woods Bay abeam 8.07am: Observed HMS Glasgow and HMS Kent; proceeded in company 2.45pm: Passed Port Tamar and parted company with HMS Kent 3.55pm: Fairway Islets abeam 4.29pm: Green Island abeam 7.00pm: Rounded Brinkley Island and entered Union Sound 11.00pm: Engines as requisite to keep ship in position 4caf8915cadfd341970245c4: () 5 March 1915 Fortescue Bay, Kirke Narrows and Brinkley Island Lat -52.1, Long -73.2 4.55am: Proceeded in company with HMS Glasgow through Union Sound 7.25am: Stop off entrance to Kirke Narrows 10.00am: Engines as requisite to keep position against tide 4.41pm: Proceeded into Union Sound 7.00pm: Stop off Brinkley Island 4caf8915cadfd341970245c5: () 6 March 1915 Brinkley Island to Kirke Narrows Lat -52.1, Long -73.2 5.30am: Proceeded through Union Sound 7.15am: Cape Grey abeam 7.45am: Stop off entrance to Kirke Narrows 10.00am: Engines as requisite to keep ship in position 5.30pm: Cast port bower anchor in 38 fathoms, veering 5 shackles [off Kirke Narrows] 10.30pm: Ship swung to ebb tide 4caf8915cadfd341970245c6: () 7 March 1915 Kirke Narrows to Punta Arenas Lat -52.1, Long -73.4 12.20am: Cable parted in hawser pipe; lost by accident, port bower anchor and 5 shackles of cable; engines as requisite to clear ship and keep station off Kirke Narrows 9.00am: Turned ship and proceeded out of channel 9.30am: Cape Grey abeam 10.25am: Ano Nuevo Island abeam 11.13am: Osprey Point abeam 11.47am: Isthmus Bay beacon abeam 12.52pm: Passed Chilean tender 1.32pm: Shoal Island abeam 1.49pm: Green Island abeam 2.24pm: Fairway Island abeam 3.10pm: Observed HMS Bristol at anchor Port Tamar 3.20pm: Tamar Island abeam 4.15pm: Sentinel Island abeam 5.24pm: Cape Cooper Key abeam 7.15pm: Cape Quod abeam 7.24pm: El Morion abeam 7.33pm: Cape Crosstides abeam 8.20pm: Rupert Island Lighthouse abeam 9.57pm: Woods Bay abeam 10.50pm: Cape Froward abeam 11.54pm: San Isidro Lighthouse N26E 4caf8915cadfd341970245c7: () 8 March 1915 Kirke Narrows to Punta Arenas, via Possession Bay Lat -52.5, Long -69.5 2.54am: Punta Arenas Lighthouse abeam 4.10am: Santa Magdalena buoy abeam 5.00am: Entered 2nd narrows 6.28am: Triton buoy abeam 7.19am: Mendez Lighthouse abeam 8.20am: Arrived in Possession Bay; stop and signalled colliers 8.50am: Turned ship and proceeded 10.00am: Narrow Bank buoy S80W 10.17am: Thick fog 10.20am: Cast starboard bower anchor in 30 fathoms; veering 6 shackles 11.15am: Fog lifted; weighed anchor and proceeded 12.30pm: Barranca Point abeam 12.55pm: Fog set in 1.00pm: Cast starboard bower anchor in 17 fathoms, veering 4 shackles 1.45pm: Fog lifted; weighed anchor and proceeded 3.16pm: Cape St Vincent abeam 3.26pm: New Bank buoy abeam 5.35pm: Cast port starboard anchor in 15 fathoms, veering 3 shackles [Punta Arenas] 5.55pm: Captain of port and consul boarded: Chilean warships in port – Condell, T and Casma 8.30pm: Dense fog set in 11.15pm: Fog cleared 4caf8915cadfd341970245c8: () 9 March 1915 Punta Arenas to Valparaiso Lat -53.2, Long -73.3 2.20am: Anchor aweigh and proceeded 5.05am: Isidro Lighthouse abeam 6.11am: Cape Froward abeam 7.04am: Woods Bay abeam 8.14am: Wallis Mark abeam 9.13am: Cape Crosstides abeam; passed colliers Braunton and Cairnross (signalled) 9.40am: Cape Quod abeam 11.09am: Shelter Island abeam 11.44am: Cape Cooper Key abeam 12.58pm: Sentinel Island abeam 1.40pm: Passed HMS Bristol at anchor Port Tamar 2.19pm: Felix Point Lighthouse abeam 4.07pm: Cape Pillar abeam 8.00pm: Ship pitching into heavy head sea 4caf8915cadfd341970245c9: () 12 March 1915 Punta Arenas to Valparaiso Lat -39.0, Long -79.2 4.00pm: HMS Glasgow N60W 7.00pm: Took up station 5 miles E of HMS Glasgow 8.00pm: Proceeded in company with HMS Glasgow 4caf8915cadfd341970245cc: (; the sinking of SMS Dresden Punta Arenas to Valparaiso Lat -33.4, Long -78.5 4.00am: In company with HMS Glasgow 5.30am: Island of Juan Fernandez N8E 8.40am: Observed HMS Kent approaching from E 8.50am: Observed German cruiser Dresden 9.15am: Opened fire with port guns at 10,100 yards range 9.21am: Cease fire, enemy hoisting white flag 10.30am: Dresden blew up forward 11.38am: Dresden sank 1.00pm: Commenced embarking Dresden's wounded 2.15pm: All seriously wounded embarked 4.00pm: Engines and helm as requisite lying off Cumberland Bay 6.30pm: Embarked 4 wounded from Dresden; total 15 cases 8.10pm: Turned ship and proceeded 4caf8915cadfd341970245ce: () 16 March 1915 Punta Arenas to Valparaiso Lat -33.0, Long -71.6 3.00am: Curaumilla Lighthouse S78E 4.00pm: Angeles Point S89E 6.25am: Embarked pilot 6.50am: Cast starboard bower anchor in 42 fathoms, veering 6½ shackles [Valparaiso] 7.30am: Captain of port came aboard 9.00am: British consul general boarded 10.00am: Doctors from hospital arrived with ambulances 10.20am: Commenced to disembark German wounded 10.30am: Commenced coaling 11.45am: All wounded disembarked and doctors left 12.30pm: Chilean cruiser Zenteno and 4 destroyers at anchor 11.30pm: Finished coaling; received 1019 tons 4caf8915cadfd341970245d0: () 17 March 1915 Valparaiso to Más a Fuera Lat -30.2, Long -72.7 7.06am: Anchor aweigh 7.10am: Proceeded 7.19am: Whistle buoy abeam 8.00am: Passed French barque Boiledieu of Nantes 4caf8915cadfd341970245d1: () 19 March 1915 Valparaiso to Más a Fuera; to sea Lat -33.4, Long -80.4 7.00am: HMS Kent S11W 8.00am: Más a Fuera Island N73W 12.50pm: Cast port bower anchor in 20 fathoms, veering 4 shackles [Más a Fuera Island, also known as Alejandro Selkirk Island ] 4.15pm: HMS Kent anchored 7.05pm: Anchor aweigh and turned 7.10pm: Proceeded 4caf8915cadfd341970245d3: () 21 March 1915 Más a Fuera to sea Lat -33.8, Long -80.8 4.30am: HMS Kent in company 11.55am: Anchor aweigh and turned ship Noon: Proceeded 4.00pm: Closed settlement, no sign of life 6.00pm: Observed SS Braunton; courses various to signal 4caf8915cadfd341970245d5: () 22 March 1915 Off Más a Fuera Lat -33.4, Long -80.4 7.00am: HMS Kent coaling from SS Braunton 8.30am: Approached Más a Fuera settlement; no safe anchorage; turned ship and proceeded 9.25am: Stop 2.45pm: HMS Kent finished coaling 5.00pm: Parted company with HMS Kent and collier Braunton 11.55pm: Observed steamer's light S 4caf8915cadfd341970245d6: () 23 March 1915 Más a Fuera to Mollendo Bay Lat -33.0, Long -80.0 to 12.34am: Proceeded 1.52am: Stop 3.15am: Proceeded 6.20am: Signalled collier Cairnross to take station astern 10.10am: Courses various to signal collier 4caf8915cadfd341970245d7: () 26 March 1915 Más a Fuera to Mollendo Bay Lat -22.2, Long -75.0 5.00am: Collier Cairnross in company 9.11am: Stop to test target 9.57am: In target and proceeded 4.10pm: Out target 5.07pm: In target and proceeded 4caf8915cadfd341970245da: () 27 March 1915 Más a Fuera to Mollendo Bay Lat -19.5, Long -73.4 5.50am: Stop 6.15am: Collier Cairnross came alongside 8.50am: Commenced coaling 5.15pm: Ceased coaling; received 289 tons 5.30pm: Cast off collier 5.55pm: Turned ship and set course 4caf8915cadfd341970245db: () 28 March 1915 Más a Fuera to Mollendo Bay; to Port San Nicolas Lat -17.0, Long -72.0 6.15am: Observed high land N52E 9.40am: Cast starboard bower anchor in 28 fathoms, veering 5 shackles [Mollendo Bay] 10.00am: Captain of port and British consul came aboard 3.35pm: Anchor aweigh and turned 4.02pm: Islay Point abeam 5.20pm: Picked up collier Cairnross and set course 4caf8915cadfd341970245dc: () 29 March 1915 Mollendo Bay to Port San Nicolas Lat -15.3, Long -75.1 4.00am: Collier Cairnross in company 6.00am: Morro Chala N15W 3.45pm: Cast port bower anchor in 52 fathoms, veering 8 shackles, 3¾ miles off the land [off Port San Nicolas] 5.00pm: Collier Cairncross coming alongside carried away stern rope fouling her propeller; cleared same 6.58pm: Collier alongside and secured 8.00pm: Commenced coaling 4caf8915cadfd341970245dd: () 31 March 1915 Off Port San Nicolas Lat -15.2, Long -75.3 7.50am: Finished coaling; received 1000 tons 8.00am: Cast off collier 9.00am: Discharged collier with orders for St Lucia 9.25am: Anchor aweigh and turned 9.30am: Proceeded 10.15am: Thick fog 12.10pm: Cast port bower anchor in 15 fathoms, veering 4 shackles [Port San Nicolas] Anchor bearings: Mount Acari S64E; opening S30W LOGS FOR APRIL 1915 4caf8915cadfd341970245df: () 1 April 1915 Port San Nicolas to Callao Lat -15.0, Long -75.7 9.20am: Anchor aweigh and turned ship 9.30am: Proceeded 10.23am: Beware Point abeam 1.45pm: Santa Maria Point abeam 4.00pm: Courses various entering and examining Independencia Bay 4.38pm: Stop to examine anchorage off Vujas Island 4.50pm: Proceeded 5.15pm: Dardo Head abeam 4caf8915cadfd341970245e0: () 2 April 1915 Port San Nicolas to Callao Lat -12.1, Long -77.5 8.00am: Land obscured by mist 10.23am: Observed SS N64W; altered course to examine same 11.16am: Stop and boarded collier Eggesford 12.16pm: Hoisted boat and proceeded 2.53pm: Hormigas de Afuera abeam 11.10pm: Palominos Lighthouse S89E 4caf8915cadfd341970245e1: () 3 April 1915 Port San Nicolas to Callao; to Independencia Bay Lat -12.0, Long -77.25 6.00am: San Lorenzo Island abeam 7.05am: Cast port bower anchor in 8 fathoms, veering 3 shackles [Callao Bay] 9.00am: Captain of port and British consul boarded 3.00pm: British minister and friends came aboard 6.00pm: Visitors left for shore 8.55pm: Anchor aweigh and swung ship 9.25pm: San Lorenzo Island abeam 10.48pm: Palominos Lighthouse abeam 4caf8915cadfd341970245e2: () 4 April 1915 Callao to Independencia Bay; to San Nicolas Lat -14.1, Long -76.5 8.30am: San Gallan Island S64E Noon: Collier Eggesford joined up 12.20pm: Collier in station astern 2.30pm: Proceeded into Independencia Bay 2.55pm: Cast starboard bower anchor in 18 fathoms, veering 5 shackles [Independencia Bay] 5.35pm: Anchor aweigh and turned 5.40pm: Proceeded, collier in company 6.30pm: Dardo Head abeam 4caf8915cadfd341970245e3: () 5 April 1915 Independencia to San Nicolas Lat -15.2, Long -75.3 4.00am: Collier Eggesford in company 6.50am: Beware Point abeam; observed SS WNW 7.15am: Passed Chilean SS Mapocho bound S 9.30am: Cast port bower anchor in 51 fathoms, veering to 8 shackles, being 3 miles, 7 cables off land [San Nicolas] 10.15am: Collier alongside; secured same and rigged gear 11.30am: Commenced coaling 6.00pm: HMS Kent and collier arrived 10.00pm: Ceased coaling 4caf8915cadfd341970245e4: () 6 April 1915 Off Port San Nicolas Lat -15.2, Long -75.3 5.10am: Resumed coaling 6.15am: Shore observation party landed 1.35pm: HMS Kent's diver alongside to clear condenser 4.35pm: HMS Kent's diver finished work; took in stores and returned 6.30pm: Ceased coaling; took in 1192 tons; observation party returned to ship 4caf8915cadfd341970245e5: () 9 April 1915 Off Port San Nicolas Lat -15.2, Long -75.3 4.00am: 2 colliers in company 5.00pm: Ship dragged her anchor; hove up and turned ship 5.15pm: Cast starboard bower anchor in 11 fathoms, veering 4 shackles 4caf8915cadfd341970245e8: () 11 April 1915 San Nicolas to Callao Lat -15.5, Long -75.3 8.00am: HMS Kent and collier left bound N 9.13am: Anchor aweigh and turned 9.20am: Proceeded; collier Eggesford in company 11.15am: Steep Point abeam 4.00pm: Cape Lomas abeam 4caf8915cadfd341970245ea: () 12 April 1915 San Nicolas to Callao Lat -15.5, Long -75.2 4.00am: Collier Eggesford in company 9.03am: Cape Lomas abeam 1.10pm: Steep Point abeam 2.42pm: Beware Point abeam 4caf8915cadfd341970245eb: () 13 April 1915 San Nicolas to Callao Lat -14.3, Long -76.5 4.00am: Collier Eggesford in company 6.20am: San Gallan Island N36E 9.10am: Dropped target and carried out firing practice 11.40am: Picked up target and rejoined collier 12.42pm: Carretas Head abeam 4.00pm: Courses various and out rifle target 5.10pm: Stop and picked up target; observed SS bearing SE 5.30pm: Full speed to examine steamer; signalled SS Ardgarry, Greenock 7.45pm: Rejoined collier 4caf8915cadfd341970245ec: () 14 April 1915 San Nicolas to Callao Lat -13.9, Long -76.5 4.00am: Collier Eggesford in company 6.10am: San Gallan Island S88E 1.20pm: San Balliesta Island abeam 2.30pm: N Chincha Island abeam 3.28pm: Parted company with collier 6.55pm: Passed small sailing vessel 4caf8915cadfd341970245ed: () 15 April 1915 San Nicolas to Callao Lat -12.0, Long -77.25 1.30am: Palominos Lighthouse abeam 6.10am: San Lorenzo Island (N) abeam 6.58am: Cast port bower anchor in 9 fathoms, veering 3 shackles [Callao Bay] 8.00am: Captain of port and British consul boarded 9.00am: Peruvian ships of war in port – Coronel Bolognesia, Admiral Gran, Lima; 1 destroyer and 2 submarines 5.00pm: Finished taking in stores 8.00pm: Visitors arrived from shore Midnight: All visitors left for shore 4caf8915cadfd341970245ee: () 16 April 1915 Callao to Lobos de Tierra Lat -11.7, Long -77.7 12.40am: Boats returned to ship 7.18am: Anchor aweigh 7.20am: Proceeded 7.55am: San Lorenzo Island abeam 9.53am: Hormigas W 1.56pm: Pelado Island abeam 4.00pm: Stop and out rifle target 5.00pm: Stop and picked up target; resumed course 4caf8915cadfd341970245ef: () 18 April 1915 Callao to Lobos de Tierra; to Sechura Bay Lat -6.3, Long -81.0 8.10am: Sighted collier Eggesford 8.50am: Lobos de Tierra Island N83E; collier took up station 10.57am: Cast starboard bower anchor in 24 fathoms, veering 5 shackles [off Lobos de Tierra] 2.18pm: HMS Kent arrived and anchored 6.05pm: Anchor aweigh 6.10pm: Proceeded, collier Eggesford in company; parted company with HMS Kent 4caf8915cadfd341970245f1: () 19 April 1915 Lobos de Tierra to Sechura Bay Lat -5.7, Long -81.0 4.00am: Collier Eggesford in company 6.00am: Pisura Point S54E 6.50am: Cast starboard bower anchor in 30 fathoms; veering 6 shackles [Sechura Bay] 7.40am: Collier alongside; secured same 8.18am: Commenced coaling 9.40pm: Finished coaling; received 616 tons 10.05pm: Cast off collier 10.30pm: Collier anchored NNE 5 cables 4caf8915cadfd341970245f2: () 20 April 1915 Sechura Bay to James Island [Isla Santiago, Galapagos Islands] Lat -5.7, Long -81.0 7.45am: HMS Kent arrived and anchored 2.19pm: Anchor aweigh 2.20pm: Proceeded; parted company with HMS Kent and collier 4caf8915cadfd341970245f3: () 22 April 1915 Sechura Bay to James Island Lat -1.5, Long -87.8 4.00pm: Stop and out target 5.04pm: Stop and picked up target 6.00pm: Proceeded 7.00pm: Observed land N58W 9.13pm: Mount Pitt (Chatham/San Cristóbal Island) abeam 4caf8915cadfd341970245f5: () 23 April 1915 Sechura Bay to James Island Lat -0.2, Long -90.7 12.15am: Observed Indefatigable Island 5.33am: James Island abeam 7.28am: Cast starboard bower anchor in 20 fathoms, veering 5 shackles [James Bay] 4caf8915cadfd341970245f6: () 27 April 1915 James Island to Sechura Bay Lat -0.2, Long -90.9 11.35am: Anchor aweigh and turned 11.40am: Proceeded Noon: Albany Island abeam 2.05pm: E end James Island abeam 5.30pm: Observed Chatham Island S40E 10.20pm: Mount Pitt (Chatham Island) S 4caf8915cadfd341970245fa: () 28 April 1915 James Island to Sechura Bay Lat -1.5, Long -87.5 6.28am: Stop and out battle practice target 7.07am: Commenced firing 9.16am: Picked up target 9.24am: Resumed course 4caf8915cadfd341970245fb: () 30 April 1915 James Island to Sechura Bay Lat -5.6, Long -81.1 6.40am: Courses various to signal collier Llandudno 7.35am: Collier in company 9.00am: Foca Island abeam 11.15am: Observed HMS Kent and collier in Sechura Bay 1.16pm: Cast starboard bower anchor in 28 fathoms, veering 7 shackles; 3 cables W of HMS Kent [Sechura Bay] 2.15pm: Collier anchored LOGS FOR MAY 1915 4caf8915cadfd341970245fd: () Sechura Bay Lat -5.7, Long -81.0 4.00am: HMS Kent and 2 colliers in company 6.00am: Collier Eggesford came alongside; secured same 6.30am: Commenced coaling 6.45pm: Ceased coaling; received 633 tons 7.15pm: Cast off collier 7.30pm: Collier anchored NW 4 cables 4caf8915cadfd341970245fe: () Sechura Bay to Callao Lat -5.7, Long -81.0 6.30am: HMS Kent and collier Llandudno proceeded 11.55am: Anchor aweigh Noon: Proceeded; collier Eggesford in company 8.14pm: Lobos de Tierra Lighthouse abeam 4caf8915cadfd341970245ff: () Sechura Bay to Callao Lat -8.0, Long -80.0 2.10am: Lobos de Afuera Island S7E 5.00am: Collier Eggesford in company 4.50pm: SS ESE 5.00pm: Altered course to examine SS Grangewood, London 4caf8915cadfd34197024600: () Sechura Bay to Callao Lat -10.8, Long -78.2 9.16am: Stop for engineer's purposes 11.00am: Proceeded 2.30pm: Majorca Island S54E 5.42pm: Commenced dropping targets; courses various 6.54pm: Turned ship and commenced search 7.20pm: Sighted target and fired at same 9.45pm: Majorca Island Lighthouse abeam 4caf8915cadfd34197024601: () Sechura Bay to Callao Lat -12.0, Long -77.25 3.10am: Palominos Lighthouse S57E 6.05am: San Lorenzo Island abeam 7.01am: Cast port bower anchor in 7½ fathoms, veering 3 shackles [Callao Bay] 8.30am: Captain of port and British consul came on board; Peruvian warships in port – Almirante Grau, Coronel Bolognesi, Teniente Rodriguez and 2 submarines 4caf8915cadfd34197024602: () Callao to Iquique Lat -14.4, Long -76.1 1.05am: San Gallan Island S50E 4.30am: Collier Eggesford in company 5.45am: Carretas Head abeam 9.15am: Proceeded slow; courses various to carry out firing, collier towing target 10.10am: Ceased firing; proceeded to examine SS Isthmian 1.21pm: Mesa abeam 4.30pm: Cape Nasca abeam 4caf8915cadfd34197024604: () Callao to Iquique Lat -16.9, Long -73.8 4.30am: Collier Eggesford in company 11.30am: Observed smoke to SSE 12.05pm: Courses various to examine SS Strathardle of Glasgow 1.15pm: Altered course to rejoin collier 5.40pm: Altered course to drop target 6.47pm: Turned ship 8.09pm: Sighted target and opened fire 8.33pm: Ceased fire 8.56pm: Resumed course 4caf8915cadfd34197024605: () Callao to Iquique; to Valparaiso Lat -20.2, Long -70.4 2.48am: Iquique Lighthouse S41E 5.00am: Parted company with collier 6.40am: Cast port bower anchor in 16 fathoms, veering 3 shackles [Iquique] 8.30am: Captain of port and British consul boarded 10.55am: Anchor aweigh and turned 11.55am: Rejoined collier 12.52pm: Gruesa Point abeam 3.35pm: Patache Point abeam 10.19pm: Lights of Tocopilla abeam 4caf8915cadfd34197024607: () Iquique to Valparaiso Lat -23.8, Long -70.5 2.15am: Angamos Lighthouse S38E 5.10am: Tetas Point Lighthouse S32E 8.25am: Cast starboard bower anchor in 39 fathoms, veering 5 shackles [Valparaiso] 9.30am: British consul and port officials came aboard 11.25am: Anchor aweigh 11.30am: Proceeded 12.37pm: Tetas Point abeam 2.30pm: Rejoined collier Eggesford 4caf8915cadfd34197024608: () Iquique to Valparaiso Lat -29.9, Long -71.7 4.15am: Chanaral Island Lighthouse S12E 8.51am: Mount Cimarrona abeam 10.10am: Altered course to examine SS 11.00am: Passed Chilean auxiliary SS Baquedano 12.15pm: Altered course to examine SS Flora of Valparaiso; passed 3 Chilean warships at anchor Port Tongoi 2.14pm: Lengua de Vaca Lighthouse abeam 3.00pm: Chilean tug with target in tow passed 8.05pm: Thick fog set in; lookouts doubled 4caf8915cadfd3419702460a: () Iquique to Valparaiso Lat -33.0, Long -71.6 8.23am: Heard Angeles Point fog siren S30E 8.45am: Fog lifted; Angeles Lighthouse S22E 9.05am: Slow; pilot embarked 9.32am: Cast starboard bower anchor in 40 fathoms, veering 8 shackles [Valparaiso] 11.00am: British consul and captain of port came aboard; Chilean warships in port – Condel and Casma 6.30pm: Received provisions 4caf8915cadfd3419702460b: () Valparaiso to Coquimbo Lat -30.1, Long -71.4 7.35am: Courses various searching for collier 8.55am: Lengua de Vaca S37E 9.30am: Observed Chilean warships Esmeraldas, Blanco Encalado and 1 destroyer in Port Tongoi Noon: Cast port bower anchor in 9 fathoms, veering 3 shackles [Coquimbo Bay] 12.30pm: British consul and port officials came aboard 3.30pm: Chilean destroyer Condel arrived; Chilean warships in port – Ex Cochrane, Erazuriz, Lentens, Talcahuano, Tome and 4 destroyers 4caf8915cadfd3419702460d: () Coquimbo to Port Flamenco Lat -30.1, Long -71.8 7.08am: Anchor aweigh 7.10am: Proceeded 7.28am: Outer Pajoros abeam; passed SS Myrtle Branch bound Coquimbo 8.18pm: Sailing ship W 10.30am: Collier SW 11.00am: Reduced speed to signal collier 11.30am: Collier in station astern 5.00pm: Pajoros Island Lighthouse abeam 8.06pm: Chanaral Island Lighthouse N23E 4caf8915cadfd3419702460e: () Coquimbo to Port Flamenco Lat -27.6, Long -71.4 4.00am: Collier Eggesford in company 5.00am: Passed Chilean warship bound E 6.50am: Chilean warship proved to be Esmeraldas 4caf8915cadfd3419702460f: () Coquimbo to Port Flamenco; to Iquique Lat -26.4, Long -71.0 4.00am: Collier Eggesford in company 5.15am: Observed high land (Animas Point) N80E 6.00am: Point Flamenco S45E 6.45am: Patch Point abeam 6.55am: Cast starboard bower anchor in 25 fathoms, veering 5 shackles [Port Flamenco] 8.20am: Collier Eggesford alongside 8.50am: Removed sick man from collier Eggesford into ship's hospital 9.20am: Collier Eggesford left; Chilean SS Piquero passed bound S 9.36am: Anchor aweigh 9.40am: Proceeded 1.55pm: Pan de Azucar abeam 5.20pm: Tope Blanco abeam 9.50pm: Passed SS bound S 4caf8915cadfd34197024610: () Port Flamenco to Iquique Lat -23.5, Long -70.9 4.00am: Collier Eggesford in company 6.05am: Turned ship and reduced speed; too much swell for coaling, resumed course and speed 8.00am: Jara Head abeam 4.05pm: Angamos Point abeam 4caf8915cadfd34197024611: () Port Flamenco to Iquique Lat -21.6, Long -70.7 4.00am: Collier Eggesford in company 6.00am: Turned ship to southward and reduced speed 6.45am: Collier Eggesford alongside 7.05am: Commenced coaling 9.00am: French barque Antonietta passed bound N 4.00pm: Seaman and 1 fireman lent to collier 4.45pm: Ceased coaling; received 451 tons 4.54pm: Cast off collier 5.00pm: Set course 8.00pm: Parted company with collier 4caf8915cadfd34197024612: () Port Flamenco to Iquique Lat -20.2, Long -70.2 3.45am: Iquique Lighthouse N41E 7.30am: Cast starboard bower anchor in 16 fathoms, veering 5 shackles [Iquique] 8.05am: Captain of port and British consul boarded; Chilean warship Esmeraldas in port 1.25pm: Chilean warship Esmeraldas sailed 4caf8915cadfd34197024613: () Iquique to Port Mejillones Lat -19.6, Long -70.5 6.35am: Anchor aweigh 6.40am: Proceeded 7.40am: Signalled collier Eggesford 8.30am: Parted company with collier 9.20am: Altered course to examine SS Panama of Liverpool 4caf8915cadfd34197024614: () Iquique to Port Mejillones; to Port San Nicolas Lat -16.9, Long -72.4 5.00am: Mollendo Lighthouse N14W 6.55am: Cast starboard bower anchor in 26 fathoms, veering 5 shackles [Port Mollendo] 7.45am: Captain of port and British consul boarded 9.25am: Anchor aweigh and turned 9.30am: Set course 10.12am: Islay Point abeam 1.05pm: Quilca Valley abeam 4caf8915cadfd34197024615: () Port Mejillones to Port San Nicolas Lat -15.5, Long -75.1 6.00am: Collier Eggesford S70W 8.00am: Land obscured by mist 10.38am: Direction Bluff abeam 1.30pm: Morro de Acari abeam 1.45pm: Courses various round Point San Nicolas 2.50pm: Cast starboard bower anchor in 9 fathoms, veering 5 shackles [Port San Nicolas] 3.30pm: Collier Eggesford came alongside; secured same and prepared for coaling 4caf8915cadfd34197024616: () Port San Nicolas Lat -15.2, Long -75.3 6.00am: Commenced coaling; landed shore observation party 8.50am: HMS Newcastle and collier arrived 5.40pm: Observation party returned 7.30pm: Ceased coaling 4caf8915cadfd34197024617: () Port San Nicolas Lat -15.2, Long -75.3 2.45am: Collier Llandudno sailed 6.17am: Landed shore observation party 6.40am: Collier in position, secured same 7.00am: Commenced coaling 8.30am: HMS Newcastle sailed 5.35pm: Completed discharge of collier [total 1124 tons] 5.45pm: Observation party returned to ship 6.00pm: Dispatched collier, which sailed for N 4caf8915cadfd34197024618: () Port San Nicolas Lat -15.2, Long -75.3 6.30am: Landed shore observation party 4.15pm: Collier Llandudno arrived and anchored 5.30pm: Observation party returned to ship 4caf8915cadfd34197024619: () Port San Nicolas Lat -15.2, Long -75.3 6.30am: Landed shore observation party 9.00am: All coaling gear overhauled and checked 1.30pm: Steamer passed bound N 5.30pm: Observation party returned to ship 4caf8915cadfd3419702461a: () Port San Nicolas Lat -15.2, Long -75.3 6.30am: Shore observation party landed 9.15am: HMS Newcastle arrived and anchored 3.45pm: HMS Newcastle proceeded to sea 5.30pm: Observation party returned to ship LOGS FOR JUNE 1915 4caf8915cadfd3419702461c: () 1 June 1915 Port San Nicolas Lat -15.2, Long -75.3 6.30am: Shore observation party landed 3.00pm: SS passed bound N 5.30pm: Observation party returned to ship 7.05pm: SS passed bound S 4caf8916cadfd3419702461d: () 4 June 1915 Port San Nicolas to Callao Bay Lat -12.0, Long -77.25 2.47am: Palominos Lighthouse N15W 6.40am: Rounded San Lorenzo Island 7.25am: Cast port bower anchor in 7½ fathoms, veering 4 shackles [Callao Bay] 9.00am: Captain of port and British consul came aboard; Peruvian warships Almirante Grau, Lima, Coronel Bolognesi, Teniente Rodriguez and 2 submarines in port 1.00pm: Peruvian submerged submarine manoeuvring around the ship 4caf8916cadfd34197024620: () 5 June 1915 Callao Bay to Port Payta Lat -11.5, Long -77.8 7.05am: Anchor aweigh and turned ship 7.10am: Proceeded 7.40am: San Lorenzo Island abeam 10.15am: Pelado Rock N48W 11.00am: Courses various to examine SS Santa Cruz, New York, bound Mollendo 4caf8916cadfd34197024621: () 7 June 1915 Callao Bay to Port Payta Lat -6.7, Long -81.0 12.45am: Lobos de Afuera Lighthouse abeam 9.00am: Lobos de Tierra Island N8E 11.00am: Land obscured by light mist 12.11pm: Altered course to examine SS Teno, Valparaiso 3.40pm: False Point abeam 5.40pm: Altered course to examine schooner Cuatro Hermanos of Callao 4caf8916cadfd34197024623: () 8 June 1915 Callao Bay to Port Payta; to Port San Nicolas Lat -5.1, Long -81.1 2.05am: Talara Lighthouse N54E 8.45am: Payta Point abeam 9.15am: Cast port bower anchor in 9½ fathoms, veering 3 shackles 10.00am: Captain of port and British consul boarded 6.02pm: Anchor aweigh and turned 6.10pm: Proceeded; courses various to examine SS Myrtle Branch 4caf8916cadfd34197024624: () 9 June 1915 Port Payta to Port San Nicolas Lat -7.4, Long -80.6 3.50am: Lobos de Tierra Lighthouse abeam 9.45am: Lobos de Afuera Island (S) abeam 3.00pm: Sailing vessel WSW 5.20pm: Courses various to examine SS Inverkip 4caf8916cadfd34197024625: () 10 June 1915 Port Payta to Port San Nicolas Lat -10.2, Long -78.7 6.45am: Stop for engineer's purposes 8.23am: Resumed course and speed 3.30pm: Passed Peruvian schooner bound S 9.40pm: Mazorca Lighthouse S53E 4caf8916cadfd34197024626: () 11 June 1915 Port Payta to Port San Nicolas Lat -11.8, Long -77.7 12.07pm: Mazorca Lighthouse abeam 6.25am: Courses various to examine SS Ecuador of Liverpool 8.30am: Stop 10.15am: Set course 10.45am: Stop 4.04pm: Set course 5.45pm: At rendezvous 8.35pm: Palominos Lighthouse abeam 4caf8916cadfd34197024627: ( 6.05am: Set course; collier in station astern 7.27am: Palominos Lighthouse abeam; passed CSAV [Compania Sud Americana de Vapores] SS Imperial, bound Callao 9.22pm: San Gallan Island abeam 4caf8916cadfd34197024628: () 13 June 1915 Port Payta to Port San Nicolas Lat -15.2, Long -75.3 1.15am: Parted company with collier 8.35am: Beware Point abeam 9.33am: Cast starboard bower anchor in 9 fathoms, veering 5 shackles [Port San Nicolas] 11.05am: HMS Newcastle arrived and anchored 12.15pm: Collier Otto Trechmann arrived and anchored 4.15pm: Collier proceeded to come alongside 4.50pm: Secured same and prepared for coaling 4caf8916cadfd34197024629: () 14 June 1915 Port San Nicolas Lat -15.2, Long -75.3 5.30am: Observation party left for shore 6.10am: Commenced coaling 6.50am: Collier Llandudno arrived and proceeded alongside HMS Newcastle 8.35am: HMS Newcastle's divers arrived and cleaned all engine room valves and outlets 3.00pm: Divers finished work and returned to HMS Newcastle 5.00pm: HMS Newcastle and collier proceeded to sea 6.10pm: Ceased coaling; received 657 tons 6.50pm: Cast off collier, which anchored NNW 5 cables 4caf8916cadfd3419702462a: () 15 June 1915 Port San Nicolas to Iquique Lat -15.2, Long -75.3 1.40pm: Anchor aweigh and turned 1.50pm: Proceeded; collier in company 2.10pm: Rounded Harmless Point 4.40pm: Parted company with collier 4caf8916cadfd3419702462b: () 17 June 1915 Port San Nicolas to Iquique Lat -20.2, Long -70.2 6.20am: Iquique Lighthouse abeam 6.50am: Cast starboard bower anchor in 18 fathoms, veering 5 shackles [Iquique] 8.30am: Captain of port and British consul boarded 4caf8916cadfd3419702462d: () 18 June 1915 Iquique to Mejillones Bay Lat -20.3, Long -70.3 6.35am: Anchor aweigh and turned 6.40am: Proceeded 7.20am: Rejoined collier Otto Trechmann 9.00am: Courses various carrying out target practice; collier towing target 10.10am: Mount Oyarvide abeam 10.15am: Picked up target and proceeded 3.00pm: Pescadores Cove abeam; SS at anchor 4caf8916cadfd3419702462e: () 19 June 1915 Iquique to Mejillones Bay Lat -23.1, Long -70.4 12.44am: Lights of Tocopilla abeam 7.55am: Mount Mejillones S4W 9.30am: Angamos Point abeam 10.04am: Cast starboard bower anchor in 25 fathoms, veering 6 shackles [Mejillones Bay] 11.00am: Captain of port came aboard 4caf8916cadfd3419702462f: () 20 June 1915 Mejillones Bay to Arica Bay Lat -22.9, Long -70.5 6.35am: Anchor aweigh 6.40am: Proceeded 7.18am: Angamos Point abeam 8.00am: Picked up collier and proceeded 11.20am: Gatico Cove abeam; sailing ship at anchor 6.30pm: Passed Chilean SS Limari 4caf8916cadfd34197024630: () 21 June 1915 Mejillones Bay to Arica Bay Lat -20.1, Long -70.2 1.30am: Observed glare Iquique Lighthouse N24E 6.50am: Stop off Iquique; launch alongside 7.10am: Launch left 7.13am: Proceeded 8.14am: Commenced full speed trial 9.51am: Point Pichalo abeam 1.02pm: Completed full speed trial averaging 16 knots for 4.8 hours' steaming 2.45pm: Cast port bower anchor in 10 fathoms, veering 4 shackles [Arica Bay] 4.00pm: Captain of port came aboard 4caf8916cadfd34197024631: () 22 June 1915 Arica Bay to Callao Lat -18.4, Long -70.3 7.00am: PSNCo [Pacific Steam Navigation Company] SS Kenuta arrived 2.35am: Anchor aweigh 2.40pm: Proceeded 3.38pm: Rejoined collier Otto Trechmann 4.00pm: Stop and out rifle target 5.00pm: Ceased firing and in target 5.10pm: Courses various to resume station 4caf8916cadfd34197024632: () 23 June 1915 Arica Bay to Callao Lat -17.0, Long -72.9 4.30am: Collier Otto Trechmann in company 6.35am: Courses various to examine SS Santa Catalina of New York 11.50am: SS NW 12.49pm: Increased to 60 revs to examine SS Navajo of San Francisco 2.55pm: In station 4caf8916cadfd34197024633: () 24 June 1915 Arica Bay to Callao Lat -15.0, Long -76.0 4.30am: Collier Otto Trechmann in company 6.18am: Morro de Acari N35E 10.15am: Passed CS Retriever 4.50pm: Examined SS Terrier of Tonsberg 4caf8916cadfd34197024634: () 25 June 1915 Arica Bay to Callao Lat -12.0, Long -77.25 5.14am: Palominos Lighthouse N5W 8.30am: Rounded San Lorenzo Island 9.14am: Cast port bower anchor in 7 fathoms, veering 3 shackles [Callao Bay] 10.30am: Captain of port and British consul boarded; Peruvian warships in port – Almirante Grau, Coronel Bolognesi, Lima, Iquitos and 2 submarines 3.00pm: British CS Retriever arrived 6.50pm: Anchor aweigh 7.00pm: Proceeded 11.25pm: Mazorca Lighthouse abeam 4caf8916cadfd34197024635: () 27 June 1915 Callao to Sechura Bay Lat -5.7, Long -81.0 12.35am: Lobos de Tierra Lighthouse N11E 7.00am: Observed HMS Newcastle and collier at anchor Sechura Bay 8.15am: Pisura Point abeam 8.50am: Cast starboard bower anchor in 27 fathoms, veering 7 shackles 3 cables SE from Newcastle [Sechura Bay] 4.20pm: Collier Otto Trechmann arrived and anchored 4.30pm: Collier Llandudno came alongside 4.40pm: HMS Newcastle sailed; secured collier and rigged gear 5.35pm: Commenced coaling 9.30pm: Ceased coaling 4caf8916cadfd34197024637: () 28 June 1915 Sechura Bay Lat -5.7, Long -81.0 5.45am: Resumed coaling pm: Moonrise 9.10pm: Ceased coaling; total received 1020 tons 9.50pm: Cast off collier who proceeded to sea 4caf8916cadfd34197024638: () 29 June 1915 Sechura Bay Lat -5.7, Long -81.0 9.50am: HMS Otranto anchored; working party left 2.00pm: Received 14 firemen and 1 marine from HMS Otranto 3.10pm: Collier alongside with stores from HMS Otranto 5.20pm: 16 firemen and 1 marine left for HMS Otranto 6.00pm: Finished stores 6.15pm: Cast off collier, who proceeded to anchorage 4caf8916cadfd34197024639: () 30 June 1915 Sechura Bay to Payta; to Sechura Bay Lat -5.0, Long -81.1 6.15am: Anchor aweigh and turned 9.15am: Passed HMS Newcastle bound S 9.25am: Foca Island abeam 10.18am: Courses various rounding Payta Point 10.50am: Cast port bower anchor in 9 fathoms, veering 3 shackles [Port Payta] Noon: Captain of port and consul came aboard 1.02pm: Anchor aweigh 1.10pm: Proceeded 1.44pm: Payta Point abeam 2.25pm: Foca Island abeam 4.05pm: Observed HMS Newcastle and HMS Otranto at anchor 5.25pm: Cast starboard bower anchor in 27 fathoms, veered 6 shackles, 3 cables NW from HMS Otranto [Sechura Bay] LOGS FOR JULY 1915 4caf8916cadfd3419702463a: () 2 July 1915 Sechura Bay to Easter Island Lat -5.7, Long -81.0 7.20am: Diver arrived from HMS Newcastle to clean inlet 9.30am: Diver finished and returned to HMS Newcastle Noon: HMS Newcastle sailed 6.35pm: Anchor aweigh 6.40pm: Proceeded 4caf8916cadfd3419702463c: () 3 July 1915 Sechura Bay to Easter Island Lat -7.3, Long -80.9 5.40am: Lobos de Tierra N57E 7.15am: Lobos de Afuera S61E; observed Llandudno bound NW 8.00am: Stop 9.00am: Boarded SS Llandudno for mails 10.00am: Boarding officers returned to ship 10.04am: Set course, parting company with collier 11.00pm: Phosphorescent sea 4caf8916cadfd3419702463d: () 7 July 1915 Sechura Bay to Easter Island Lat -17.2, Long -94.8 9.00am: Mustered ship's company and inspected all life saving collars and coats 4.15pm: Tested life saving collars in tank 4caf8916cadfd34197024641: () 10 July 1915 Sechura Bay to Easter Island Lat -24.8, Long -106.1 6.28am: Stop for engineer's purposes 8.15am: Resumed course and speed 8.00pm: Ship pitching into heavy head sea 4caf8916cadfd34197024644: () 11 July 1915 Sechura Bay to Easter Island Lat -27.1, Long -109.4 7.45am: Easter Island S50W 10.01am: Cape O'Higgins abeam 11.45am: Settlement abeam 1.32pm: Cast starboard bower anchor in 17 fathoms, veering 5 shackles [La Perouse Bay] 3.30pm: British Resident and captain of port came aboard 6.17pm: Anchor aweigh 6.30pm: Proceeded 8.00pm: Rano Kau abeam 4caf8916cadfd34197024645: () 2 August 1915 [duplicated] Easter Island to Sydney (Farm Cove) Lat -33.86, Long 151.22 7.30am: Observed land Wx N 9.00am: North Head N81W 10.00am: Courses various proceeding into harbour 10.45am: Secured at anchorage (number 1 buoy), Farm Cove [Sydney]; HMS Psyche in port Noon: Officer of the guard boarded 2.15pm: 2 officers and 1 seaman landed and taken to St Vincent's Hospital END OF LOGBOOK 4caf8916cadfd3419702465a: () For the duration of HMS Orama's stay in Sydney, on a daily basis liberty men were landed and returned; moorings checked; rounds made; and fire appliances were kept in readiness.] arrived 8.00am: Liberty men returned; Private Goddard disorderly and placed in irons 4.00pm: USA SS Atlantic arrived 6.30pm: SS Crofton Hall sailed 4caf891acadfd341970247d7: () Barbados Lat 13.1, Long -59.6 4.00am: Prize Edna in company 6.31am: Liberty men returned; Fireman Stevens placed under restraint 7.15am: Coal alongside; commenced coaling with shore labour 8.50am: RMS Chaleur [ex Gaul, Sabor I, Carmarthenshire] arrived 11.20am: SS Atlantic sailed and SS Korona [ex Monmouthshire] arrived 4.56pm: Ceased coaling for the night 7.00pm: SS Sargasso sailed 4caf891acadfd341970247d8: () Barbados Lat 13.1, Long -59.6 4.00am: Prize Edna in company 6.00am: Resumed coaling Noon: Finished coaling; received 1200 tons 4.00pm: Warrants 30, 31 and 32 read 4caf891acadfd341970247d9: () Barbados to Pernambuco Lat 3.0, Long -44.8 4.00am: Frequent rain squalls 3.30pm: Wind shifted in very heavy rain squall 5.20pm: SS Nx E bound NW 7.00pm: Very heavy rain 4caf891bcadfd341970247df: () Barbados to Pernambuco; to Abrolhos Rocks Lat -8.0, Long -34.0 6.30am: Olinda Hill N44W 7.30am: Recife Lighthouse N43W 8.21am: Cast port bower anchor in 6¾ fathoms, veering 4 shackles [Recife] 10.00am: Lieutenant Pullen RNVR boarded 11.50am: Lieutenant Pullen left Noon: Anchor aweigh and proceeded 3.07pm: Agostinho Lighthouse abeam 4caf891bcadfd341970247e4: () Pernambuco to Abrolhos Rocks Lat -18.0, Long -38.0 2.30am: SS WSW bound N 8.00am: Courses various rounding shoals 8.45am: Abrolhos Lighthouse N30W 9.00am: Observed ships at anchor N40W 11.10am: Cast starboard bower anchor in 15 fathoms, veering 5 shackles [Abrolhos Rocks] 11.21am: Officer of guard boarded 11.40am: Dragging anchor; weighed same and shifted berth 11.55am: Cast starboard bower anchor in 15 fathoms, veering 5 shackles 12.40pm: SS Bellucia came alongside; secured same and commenced storing ship; received doctor and engineer lieutenant commander from HMS Edinburgh Castle and 5 boxes charts 9.15pm: Completed storing ship 4caf891bcadfd341970247e7: () Abrolhos Rocks Lat -18.0, Long -38.7 4.00am: SS SSE bound NE 7.00am: 3 SS N bound S 7.45am: Commenced coaling 6.45pm: Ceased coaling for the day 7.15pm: Cast off collier 7.25pm: Collier anchored 4caf891bcadfd341970247e8: () 1 June 1916 Abrolhos Rocks Lat -18.0, Long -38.7 8.20am: Collier SS Bellucia alongside 8.30am: SS Bellucia left owing to excessive rolling causing damage to both ships 9.05am: Anchor away 9.25am: Collier's steering gear jammed 9.30am: Proceeded under lee of Rocks with collier 10.27am: Cast starboard bower anchor in 8 fathoms, veering 4 shackles 10.55am: Collier alongside 11.20am: Resumed coaling 4caf891bcadfd341970247f2: () 2 June 1916 Abrolhos Rocks Lat -18.0, Long -38.7 3.50am: Completed coaling ship; received 1300 tons 4.25am: Cast off collier 4.40am: Collier anchored 7.13am: Anchor aweigh; proceeded to former berth 8.10am: Cast port bower anchor in 17 fathoms, veering 4 shackles 8.15am: SS Bellucia anchored 1.25pm: SS Sergipe passed bound N (Brazilian) 11.15pm: SS approaching from SW 4caf891bcadfd341970247f3: ( bound N 12.20pm: Passed Dutch SS Bellatrix bound S; HMS Amethyst N18E 1.42pm: All ships altered course to take up station 2.25pm: In station 5 miles on starboard beam of HMS Amethyst; SS Bellucia 10 miles on port beam and SS Hebburn 5 miles on starboard beam 3.10pm: Set course N39E and proceeded, station kept on SS Bellucia 10.05pm: SS ENE bound N 4caf891bcadfd341970247f4: () 4 June 1916 Abrolhos Rocks to Pernambuco Lat -14.8, Long -37.2 2.00am: SS NNE bound S 4.00am: HMS Amethyst and colliers Bellucia and Hebburn in company 9.00am: SS N bound S 5.45pm: SS NNE bound S 4caf891bcadfd341970247f5: () 5 June 1916 Abrolhos Rocks to Pernambuco Lat -11.6, Long -35.9 3.30am: HMS Amethyst and 2 colliers in company 5.40am: SS Nordfarer of Copenhagen passed S 8.00am: SS N70E 10.00am: Passed Brazilian SS bound S, SS Pirangy 4.30pm: Altered course S84E and closed SS Hebburn 5.00pm: Stop and sent boat to SS Hebburn for mail; also to HMS Amethyst 5.55pm: Proceeded 9.55pm: SS NNE bound S 4caf891bcadfd341970247f6: () 6 June 1916 Abrolhos Rocks to Pernambuco; to Fernando Noronha Lat -8.0, Long -34.0 12.45am: SS N35E bound S 3.00am: SS N30E bound S 8.50am: Olinda Lighthouse N20W 10.12am: Cast starboard bower anchor in 7½ fathoms, veering 5 shackles [Recife] Anchor bearings: Picas Lighthouse N34W, Olinda Lighthouse N24 ½E Noon: Lieutenant Pullen RNVR came aboard 12.30pm: Mails went ashore 1.55pm: HMS Amethyst S55E bound NW 3.06pm: HMS Amethyst steamed round ship; signalled and proceeded NE 5.40pm: , Montevideo, entered port 6.50pm: Lighter of provisions alongside 8.15pm: Finished intake of stores 8.40pm: Lieutenants Thorne and Wilsden, Sub Lieutenant Berry, Engineer Lieutenant Dowling, ERAs Dewsbury and Patterson, Private Tucker RMLI left for conveyance home 8.35pm: Anchor aweigh and proceeded 11.15pm: SS N 4caf891bcadfd341970247f7: () 7 June 1916 Pernambuco to Fernando Noronha Lat -4.5, Long -35.1 2.35am: Parahiba Lighthouse S82W 3.30pm: SS N25W bound S 11.30am: At rendezvous 2.25pm: HMS Amethyst Ex S 3.30pm: In station astern of HMS Amethyst 4.48pm: Stop and communicated by boat with HMS Amethyst 7.00pm: All ships stopped [Ships drifting with current to WNW] 4caf891bcadfd341970247f8: () 8 June 1916 Pernambuco to Fernando Noronha Lat -4.5, Long -33.8 2.00am: HMS Amethyst and 2 colliers in company 6.00am: Proceeded 6.20am: Took up station on starboard beam 5 miles from HMS Amethyst; SS Hebburn in station 5 miles on starboard beam 8.15pm: Parted company with HMS Amethyst and collier Bellucia 4caf891bcadfd341970247f9: () 9 June 1916 Pernambuco to Fernando Noronha Lat -4.1, Long -31.9 3.00am: Collier Hebburn in company 6.50am: Stop and sent boat with stores to collier 7.38am: Collier proceeded 8.00am: Proceeded S61E; collier 5 miles on starboard beam 10.25am: Increased speed and altered course to intercept SS 11.35am: Stop 11.40am: Boarded Greek SS Panagis Drakartos, Rosario to St Vincent 11.45am: Fernando Noronha N49E 12.02pm: Proceeded full speed to examine SS S40W 12.30pm: Danish SS Rota bound NE 1.45pm: Passed Greek SS Targetos bound NNE 9.30pm: SS Hebburn 2 miles on starboard beam 4caf891bcadfd341970247fa: () 10 June 1916 Pernambuco to Fernando Noronha Lat -4.9, Long -29.5 3.00am: Collier Hebburn in company 3.45pm: HMS Amethyst N22E 5.48pm: Stop 6.15pm: Boat from HMS Amethyst alongside 6.30pm: Proceeded 8.30pm: SS Hebburn took station 2 miles on starboard beam; HMS Amethyst on port beam 4caf891bcadfd341970247fb: () 11 June 1916 Pernambuco to Fernando Noronha Lat -4.3, Long -28.1 1.00am: Stop 3.00am: HMS Amethyst and collier Hebburn in company 4.45am: SS N20W 5.40am: Proceeded to investigate SS which proved to be collier Bellucia 6.00am: Ships in station 4caf891bcadfd341970247fc: () 12 June 1916 Pernambuco to Fernando Noronha Lat -4.7, Long -26.2 3.00am: HMS Amethyst, colliers Hebburn and Bellucia in company.8.00am: Altered course to intercept SS S5W 9.35am: Fired a blank 9.40am: Fired a practice projectile; SS stopped 9.50am: Stop and boarded SS Pontiac of St Johns, Newfoundland 10.30am: Proceeded; collier broken down 1.00pm: In station, SS Hebburn 5 miles on starboard beam 4caf891bcadfd341970247fd: () 13 June 1916 Pernambuco to Fernando Noronha Lat -3.4, Long -25.9 2.50am: HMS Amethyst and 2 colliers in company 7.30pm: Altered course S20W to close HMS Amethyst 8.45pm: Stop; sent boat to HMS Amethyst 9.05pm: Boat returned; parted company with HMS Amethyst 9.10pm: Proceeded 9.20pm: Stop and ships allowed to drift with westerly current 4caf891bcadfd341970247fe: () 14 June 1916 Pernambuco to Fernando Noronha Lat -3.6, Long -28.2 3.00am: Colliers Hebburn and Bellucia in company 6.00am: Colliers opened out to 10 miles on each beam and proceeded N70W 7.00pm: Colliers closed to 5 miles 4caf891bcadfd341970247ff: () 15 June 1916 Pernambuco to Fernando Noronha Lat -3.6, Long -31.2 12.35am: Stopped turbine 4.00am: Colliers Bellucia and Hebburn in company 7.00am: Colliers opened out to 10 miles 9.50am: Fernando Noronha N77W 1.30pm: Courses various rounding Rat Island 2.30pm: Cast port bower anchor in 17 fathoms, veering 75 fathoms [Fernando Noronha] 3.30pm: Collier Hebburn came alongside, collier Bellucia patrolling 8 miles distant 5.09pm: Commenced coaling 4caf891bcadfd34197024800: () 16 June 1916 Fernando Noronha to Pernambuco Lat -3.8, Long -32.4 1.00pm: Finished coaling; received 906 tons 1.30pm: Cast off collier; HMS Amethyst SW 2.00pm: Communicated by boat 2.30pm: Anchor aweigh and turned 2.40pm: Proceeded to close collier 7.00pm: Stop and ships allowed to drift 4caf891bcadfd34197024801: () 17 June 1916 Fernando Noronha to Pernambuco Lat -3.6, Long -33.9 3.30am: Collier Hebburn in company 6.00am: Collier opened out to 5 miles on port beam 6.10am: Set course 4.00pm: Collier Hebburn took up station 5 miles ahead 8.55pm: SS N23E which proved to be collier Bellucia 10.00pm: Collier Bellucia took up station 5 miles astern and all ships stopped 4caf891bcadfd34197024802: () 18 June 1916 Fernando Noronha to Pernambuco Lat -2.6, Long -34.0 2.45am: Observed SS lights NNE bound S 4.00am: Colliers Bellucia and Hebburn in company 6.00am: Colliers in station 5 miles on each beam 4caf891bcadfd34197024803: () 19 June 1916 Fernando Noronha to Pernambuco Lat -2.8, Long -31.9 4.00am: Colliers Bellucia and Hebburn in company 9.00am: Colliers opened to 10 miles 10.15am: SS ESE bound S; altered course to intercept .11.40am: Fired a projectile 11.50am: SS stopped Noon: Stop and boarded SS Delftland of Amsterdam 12.25pm: Allowed Delftland to proceed 12.35pm: Proceeded 4.58pm: SS SW 5.15pm: Increased speed; altered course S45W to intercept same 5.50pm: Stop and boarded British SS Sweethope 6.30pm: Allowed Sweethope to proceed 6.45pm: Full speed to rejoin colliers 7.05pm: Stop and sent stores to collier Hebburn 7.25pm: Proceeded 4caf891bcadfd34197024804: () 20 June 1916 Fernando Noronha to Pernambuco Lat -2.5, Long -29.4 3.30am: Colliers Bellucia and Hebburn in company 6.00am: Increased speed and colliers opened to 7 miles 3.00pm: Slight haze; colliers closed in to signalling distance 8.00pm: Colliers closed to 5 miles 4caf891bcadfd34197024805: () 21 June 1916 Fernando Noronha to Pernambuco Lat -2.6, Long -27.2 3.30am: Colliers Bellucia and Hebburn in company 6.25am: Colliers opened out to 10 miles 1.00pm: Stop for engine-room repairs 2.30pm: Proceeded 6.30pm: Colliers closed to 5 miles 4caf891bcadfd34197024806: () 22 June 1916 Fernando Noronha to Pernambuco Lat -2.7, Long -25.2 4.00am: Colliers Bellucia and Hebburn in company 6.35am: Colliers opened out to 10 miles 3.25pm: Altered course N25W to close collier Hebburn 3.40pm: Stop and sent stores to collier Hebburn 4.12pm: Proceeded; colliers took up station 7.00pm: Ships stopped 4caf891bcadfd34197024807: () 23 June 1916 Fernando Noronha to Pernambuco Lat -2.7, Long -26.1 3.30am: Colliers Bellucia and Hebburn in company 6.08am: Proceeded; colliers opened out to 10 miles 6.52pm: Colliers closed to 5 miles 7.00pm: All ships stopped 4caf891bcadfd34197024808: () 24 June 1916 Fernando Noronha to Pernambuco Lat -3.1, Long -28.6 4.00am: Colliers Bellucia and Hebburn in company 6.05am: Proceeded; colliers opened to 10 miles 6.30pm: Reduced speed to allow colliers to close 7.15pm: Colliers in station 4caf891bcadfd34197024809: () 25 June 1916 Fernando Noronha to Pernambuco Lat -5.3, Long -31.5 3.30am: Colliers Bellucia and Hebburn in company 5.10am: Observed HMS Edinburgh Castle and 2 colliers (challenged); colliers took station astern 8.45am: Parted company with HMS Edinburgh Castle and colliers 4caf891bcadfd3419702480a: () 26 June 1916 Fernando Noronha to Pernambuco [Recife]; to Abrolhos Rocks Lat -8.05, Long -34.86 9.12am: Olinda Lighthouse S75W 9.55am: Picao Lighthouse S80W 11.36am: Cast port bower anchor in 7½ fathoms, veering 5 shackles [Recife] 12.25pm: Lieutenant Pullen RNVR boarded 1.30pm: Lieutenant Pullen left; Brazilian SS Tocantino sailed S 5.12pm: Brazilian naval auxiliary Sargento Albuquerque [ex Grecian Prince I] entered port 5.53pm: Launch alongside 6.30pm: Launch left 6.40pm: Anchor aweigh and proceeded 4caf891bcadfd3419702480b: () 27 June 1916 Pernambuco to Abrolhos Rocks Lat -8.9, Long -34.6 5.00am: Observed several lights NNW 5.30am: Challenged by HMS Edinburgh Castle 6.07am: Altered course SW to form up with squadron 7.00am: Stop; boat alongside from HMS Edinburgh Castle 7.35am: Proceeded to take charge of colliers 10.00am: Colliers in columns of divisions 11.00am: Parted company with HMS Edinburgh Castle 4.20pm: SS Wx S bound N 6.10pm: SS NW bound N 11.00pm: SS SW bound N 4caf891bcadfd3419702480c: () 28 June 1916 Pernambuco to Abrolhos Rocks Lat -11.2, Long -35.3 1.00am: SS SW bound N 4.00am: Colliers Bellucia, Hebburn, Prophet and Pretoria in company 6.35pm: Columns opened to 1 mile 9.33pm: Passed Dutch SS Saturnus bound NE 4caf891bcadfd3419702480d: () 29 June 1916 Pernambuco to Abrolhos Rocks Lat -13.2, Long -36.2 2.30am: SS NW bound NE 4.00am: Colliers Bellucia, Hebburn, Prophet and Pretoria in company 7.00am: Columns closed to 6 cables 1.05pm: SS N25W bound S 6.30pm: Columns opened to 10 cables 4caf891bcadfd3419702480e: () 30 June 1916 Pernambuco to Abrolhos Rocks Lat -15.4, Long -37.2 3.30am: Colliers Bellucia, Hebburn, Prophet and Pretoria in company 7.35am: Columns closed to 6 cables 12.16pm: SS N60W which proved to be HMS Edinburgh Castle; took up station ahead 2nd division 2.40pm: Passed Dutch SS Agamemnon bound N 2.45pm: HMS Edinburgh Castle took station ahead of 1st division 6.45pm: Opened out to 10 cables 4caf891bcadfd3419702480f: () 1 July 1916 Pernambuco to Abrolhos Rocks Lat -18.1, Long -38.5 3.30am: HMS Edinburgh Castle and colliers Bellucia, Hebburn, Prophet and Pretoria in company 7.06am: Closed to 6 cables 8.56am: Stop and cut out turbine 8.58am: Proceeded 1.06pm: Abrolhos Lighthouse N14W 1.20pm: Observed HMS Amethyst at anchor N20W 4.30pm: SS N80E 4.42pm: HMS Edinburgh Castle stopped and anchored 5.00pm: Cast starboard bower anchor in 15 fathoms, veering 5 shackles, 3 cables W½ N of HMS Amethyst [Abrolhos Rocks] 6.50pm: Received 2 boatloads of stores for HMS Glasgow 4caf891bcadfd34197024818: () 2 July 1916 Abrolhos Rocks Lat -18.0, Long -38.7 3.30am: HMS Edinburgh Castle, HMS Amethyst and 5 colliers in company 4.45pm: Collier Prophet weighed and proceeded to come alongside 5.10pm: Secured collier and prepared for coaling 9.30pm: SS NE bound S 4caf891bcadfd34197024819: () 3 July 1916 Abrolhos Rocks Lat -18.0, Long -38.7 2.05am: SS S60W bound N 4.30am: Wire hawser to collier carried away 6.30am: Hove collier alongside 7.00am: Commenced coaling 6.50pm: Ceased coaling for the night 9.30pm: Collier eased off 4caf891bcadfd3419702481a: () 4 July 1916 Abrolhos Rocks Lat -18.0, Long -38.7 6.30am: Hove collier close alongside 7.00am: Resumed coaling 4.00pm: Completed coaling; total coal received 1200 tons 5.00pm: Cast off collier which proceeded to anchorage 5.15pm: Collier Bellucia sailed 10.30pm: SS ESE 4caf891bcadfd3419702481b: () 5 July 1916 Abrolhos Rocks to English Bank Lat -18.0, Long -38.0 10.00am: Anchor aweigh and proceeded 5.30pm: SS SW bound N 6.00pm: Passed SS Eburoon [ex Legia] bound NE 10.00pm: Passed 27 SS bound N; signalled but received no reply 4caf891bcadfd3419702481c: () 6 July 1916 Abrolhos Rocks to English Bank Lat -21.9, Long -39.9 1.00am: Passed American SS Columbian bound N 5.30am: Closed up guns crew for passing SS 9.30am: Wind rapidly freshening in very heavy squalls 4caf891bcadfd3419702481d: () 12 July 1916 Abrolhos Rocks to English Bank Lat -35.6, Long -56.5 1.48am: Lobos Island Lighthouse N65W 7.00am: Sounding machine kept working 11.02am: Observed HMS Glasgow and collier at anchor 11.20 Replied to challenge from HMS Glasgow.

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