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In mid-1924 she collided with the breakwater at the entrance to Cape Hawke Harbour causing damage to planking but she was able continue her voyage to Sydney. “The coastal steamer Allenwood, the property of Allen Taylor and Company, Ltd., is proceeding to Sydney in a damaged state after colliding on Wednesday afternoon [25th] with the breakwater at Cape Hawke.
Strikes breakwater leaving Cape Hawke - 1924 STEAMER DAMAGED. The Allenwood was leaving Cape Hawke for Sydney when the accident occurred, and she immediately put back.
Bind off Finishing Using tapestry needle, weave i-cord in and out of the eyelets so that the i-cord goes over the knit stitches and under the purl. Reports from the time indicate that the closure of the bridge while repairs were being effected caused a major inconvenience to travellers on the Pacific Highway. i-cord drawstring: With dpns, Cast on 3 sts knit in i-cord until it reaches 45 inches. from * - * to end of the round Next Row: *k4, k2tog, k2tog* cont. She was built by Ernest Wright, Manager of the shipyards of John Wright & Co. Ern Wright's shipyard was successfully launched, and is now riding the waves while her timbers are swelling, preparatory to being towed to Sydney to be fitted with her engines. Allen Taylor and Co., and as she left the ways to take the water she was christened the Allenby, after General Allenby, the pleasing little ceremony of swinging the bottle and giving the name being performed by Wilga Wright, daughter of Mr. The ship took the water beautifully, and the launching is described by those who witnessed it as the best yet carried out at the works. The steamer is to be loaded with about 120,000 feet of timber during the month, when she will be towed to Sydney to be fitted with machinery and equipment.” The Manning River Times - Sat The Allenwood, like most other coastal steamers, had many incidents over her long career. Bind off Finishing Using tapestry needle, weave i-cord in and out of the eyelets so that the i-cord goes over the knit stitches and under the purl. from * - * to end of the round Knit in 4x2 rib for 5 rows Knit in cable pattern 14x. Salvage of the Wollongbar - 1921 Her first incident occurred when she was sent to assist in the salvage of the Wollongbar. **(These are knit to be just above the knee to just below you ankle. In late May, 1921 the steamers Allenwood and Castlereagh were dispatched from Sydney on instructions from the underwriters with salvage gear aboard to attempt to salvage the flagship of the North Coast Steam Navigation Company, the Wollongbar that had gone ashore at Byron Bay. If 14 cable repeats do not bring you to this length, then you can increase or decrease the number of cable repeats.) Knit 8 rows in 4x2 rib Picot bind-off: Start with binding off 6 sts, *slip st on right needle back to left needle; cast on 1 st using Cable Cast On method, BO 7 sts* until all sts have been bound off, slip st on right needle back to left needle; Cast On 1 st using the Cable Cast On method, bind off remaining stitches. Unfortunately the Allenwood was forced to shelter at Port Stephens; the salvage gear was transferred to the Wallamba and Allenwood proceeded to Camden Haven where she proceeded to run aground.