THE BARQUE LOCH BREDAN.
The following is a list of the crew of the barque Loch Bredan, which is now many days overdue on the voyage from Port Adelaide to South Africa:— Thomas
Williams (master), J. M. Scott (first mate). G. Howell (second mate), J. A. Gibbons (carpenter), C. L. Williams (sailmaker), W. Williams (cook and steward), A. Gaer- kens, H. Skinner, D. Friel, T. Williams, T. T. Gunn, N. M. McKcnzie, F. Bricknall. R. Leppar, C. Nelson, J. L. James (A.B,'s), G. Hartfield, L. J.Monoghan, C. Burns (O.S.), S.Thomas (boy). The captain's wife (Mrs. Williams) is also on the articles as steward- ess. -Five men— McKenzie, Bricknall, Tho- mas, Lepper, and Nelson— joined the vessel at Port Adelaide. F. Bricknall was a resi- dent of Semaphore, and S. Thomas lived with his parents at Rosewater.