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Brier Holme loading wool at Kings Pier, Launceston, Tasmania.
Vessel type: Iron barque, 62.8 x 10.2 x 5.8m, 928 net tonnage
Date lost: 5 November 1904
Cause of loss: Uncertainty of position with poor visibility in stormy weather
Number of Casualties: 17 dead
Discovery date (if applicable): 3 January 1905
Location/water depth: 12 miles north of Port Davey, South West…
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