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Anazi
Barque: 458 tons
Captain: James Hill
Surgeon Superintendent:

Sailed London October 29th 1874 - arrived Auckland February 19th 1875

The Anazi, a small composite barque of 468 tons, formerly owned by Mr J Fleming, of London, was purchased by Shaw Savill Co. She made her first appearance at Auckland on March 1st 1874. She was a slow sailer, her fastest passage being made in 111 days to Port Chalmers, and her longest run 126 days to Auckland. When entering the Hauraki Gulf in 1874 the barque went ashore early on the morning of March 1 at a bay about three miles beyond Takapuna, Auckland. Full details of the disaster were published at the time......Nothing of an eventful nature occurred on any of the other passage. Captain Hill, who made six voyages in the Anazi, subsequently commanded the Himalaya, visiting alternately Auckland, Wellington and Dunedin.
White Wings - Sir Henry Brett

Arrival of the Anazi

Name Age County Occupation
Passengers
Esget Thomas
Hendry Mrs
3 children
Henry Mrs
Hill Mrs
Jones Joseph Thomas
McLean John H
Morris John
Osman Mr L E
Francis
Selby Frederick C
Suter Miss

                             

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The Daily Southern Cross February 20th 1875