ARRIVAL OF THE SOUKAR
Evening Post December 2nd 1874
The ship Soukarwas being towed into harbour by the Phoebe as we went to press, an as she was making for the wharf, we presume she is a clean ship.
Also from the Evening Post December 2nd 1874
The Soukar arrived off the heads last night from London, 104 days out, and signalled for a tug, on which the Phoebe was sent out to tow her in. The Soukar brings 330 Government immigrants and the following cabin passengers: - Mrs Wemyss, Mrs and Master Park, Misses Pearce and Tyffe, Messrs. Herbert Cox and Gordon Bremner, and Dr C. W. Cartwright.