in 1889 by Harland & Wolff, Belfast, and owned by W. Johnston of Liverpool
she netted 2,767 tons and was powered by a two-cylinder compound steam engine.
bound Baltimore for Liverpool.
consisted of 2,000 bales of cotton, 1,000 tons of wheat, 850 tons of copper, 900
cattle and 23 cattlemen as passengers and two stowaways..
fire started in her cargo of cotton.
crew unsuccessfully fought the fire for three days so an attempt was made to beach
the ship and flood the hold to extinguish the fire, but she struck Bullig Reef
in Dunlough Bay, drifted into the centre of the bay, and foundered.
on board were rescued.