newspaper reports, chronological

"Births-Marriages-Deaths", The Queenslander (Brisbane, Qld.), Saturday 28 June 1902, page 1400

"Shipping News", The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA), Saturday 19 March 1904, page 6

"Whim Creek Mining", The Northern Times (Carnarvon, WA), Saturday 02 January 1909, page 2

"Shipping", The West Australian, Wednesday 03 November 1909, page 6

"A Blow at Port Hedland", The Hedland Advocate (Port Hedland, WA), Saturday 23 March 1912, page 5

"A Nor'-West Cyclone", The West Australian, Monday 25 March 1912, page 7

"The Cyclone", The West Australian, Tuesday 26 March 1912, page 5

Editorial, The Northern Times (Carnarvon, WA), Tuesday 26 March 1912, page 2

"Koombana Overdue", The Northern Times (Carnarvon, WA), Tuesday 26 March 1912, page 2

"Nor'-West Hurricane", The Northern Times (Carnarvon, WA), Tuesday 26 March 1912, page 2

"Nor'-West Hurricane", The Northern Times (Carnarvon, WA), Tuesday 26 March 1912, page 7

"Whim Creek Murder", The Northern Times (Carnarvon, WA), Tuesday 26 March 1912, page 7

"Six Days Out", The West Australian, Wednesday 27 March 1912, page 7

"The North-West Cyclone", The West Australian, Thursday 28 March 1912, page 6

"Not Sighted", The West Australian, Thursday 28 March 1912, page 7

"Koombana Still Missing", Geraldton Guardian (WA), Thursday 28 March 1912, p?

"The Koombana", The West Australian, Friday 29 March 1912, page 7

"Nor'-West Hurricane", The Northern Times (Carnarvon, WA), Saturday 30 March 1912, page 3

"The Cossack Blow!", The Hedland Advocate (Port Hedland, WA), Saturday 30 March 1912, page 3

"The Cossack Willy Willy", The Hedland Advocate (Port Hedland, WA), Saturday 30 March 1912, page 5-6

"Coastal Gales", Broome Chronicle (WA), Saturday 30 March 1912, page 2

"Luggers in the Gale", Broome Chronicle (WA), Saturday 30 March 1912, p?

"The Recent Hurricane", The Mercury (Hobart, Tas.), Saturday 30 March 1912, page 5

"Arrival of the Bullarra", Broome Chronicle (WA), Saturday 30 March 1912, p?

"No News of the Koombana", The Sunday Times (Perth, WA), Sunday 31 March 1912, page 1

"The North-West in Mourning", The Sunday Times (Perth, WA), Sunday 31 March 1912, pages 11-12

"No Tidings", The West Australian, Monday 01 April 1912, page 7

Untitled, The Kalgoorlie Western Argus (WA), Tuesday 02 April 1912, page 20

"The Nor'-West Cyclone", The Western Argus (Kalgoorlie, WA), Tuesday 02 April 1912, page 34

"The Nor'-West Cyclone", The Western Argus (Kalgoorlie, WA), Tuesday 02 April 1912, page 34

"The Nor'-West Cyclone", The Western Argus (Kalgoorlie, WA), Tuesday 02 April 1912, page 34

"Drowned in the Cyclone", The Murchison Times and Day Dawn Gazette (Cue, WA), Thursday 04 April 1912, page 3

"The Perth Passengers", The Murchison Times and Day Dawn Gazette (Cue, WA), Thursday 04 April 1912, page 3

"Two luggers in Broome", The Murchison Times and Day Dawn Gazette (Cue, WA), Thursday 04 April 1912, page 3

"Koombana Foundered", The Hedland Advocate (Port Hedland, WA), Saturday 06 April 1912, page 5

"Cheating The Cyclone", The West Australian, Wednesday 10 April 1912, page 7

"Through The Cyclone", The Western Mail (Perth, WA), Saturday 20 April 1912, page 35

"Knew No Hymns", The Northern Times (Carnarvon, WA), Saturday 01 June 1912, p4

archive holdings

Storm on N.W. Coast - Ships 'Crown of England' and 'Concordia' wrecked, Western Australia Police Department, State Records Office of Western Australia. Cons 430 Item 1912/1727, Telegram, Sub-Inspector Houlahan, Roebourne, to Commissioner of Police, Perth, Friday 22 March 1912

Storm on N.W. Coast - Ships 'Crown of England' and 'Concordia' wrecked, Western Australia Police Department, State Records Office of Western Australia. Cons 430 Item 1912/1727, Telegram, Sub-Inspector Houlahan, Roebourne, to Commissioner of Police, Perth, Saturday 23 March 1912

Depuch Island Anchorage Gale, Harbour and Lights Department, Western Australia, State Records Office of Western Australia. Cons 1066 Item 1912/0432, Telegram, Gerrans, Postmaster, Whim Creek, to Chief Harbourmaster, Fremantle, Saturday 23 March 1912

Depuch Island Anchorage Gale, Harbour and Lights Department, Western Australia, State Records Office of Western Australia. Cons 1066 Item 1912/0432, Telegram, Gerrans, Postmaster, Whim Creek, to Chief Harbourmaster, Fremantle, Sunday 24 March 1912

Depuch Island Anchorage Gale, Harbour and Lights Department, Western Australia, State Records Office of Western Australia. Cons 1066 Item 1912/0432, Telegram, Gerrans, Postmaster, Whim Creek, to Chief Harbourmaster, Fremantle, Monday 25 March 1912

Storm on N.W. Coast - Ships 'Crown of England' and 'Concordia' wrecked, Western Australia Police Department, State Records Office of Western Australia. Cons 430 Item 1912/1727, Telegram, Sub-Inspector Houlahan, Roebourne, to Commissioner of Police, Perth, Monday 25 March 1912

Storm on N.W. Coast - Ships 'Crown of England' and 'Concordia' wrecked, Western Australia Police Department, State Records Office of Western Australia. Cons 430 Item 1912/1727, Telegram, Sub-Inspector Houlahan, Roebourne, to Commissioner of Police, Perth, Tuesday 26 March 1912

Depuch Island Anchorage Gale, Harbour and Lights Department, Western Australia, State Records Office of Western Australia. Cons 1066 Item 1912/0432, Telegram, MacDonald, Balla Balla, to Chief Harbourmaster, Fremantle, 14 August 1912

Storm on N.W. Coast - Ships 'Crown of England' and 'Concordia' wrecked, Western Australia Police Department, State Records Office of Western Australia. Cons 430 Item 1912/1727, "Cruise in Police Cutter to Depuch Island...", Police report, Constable C. Cusack, Cossack. Sunday 31 March 1912

Storm on N.W. Coast - Ships 'Crown of England' and 'Concordia' wrecked, Western Australia Police Department, State Records Office of Western Australia. Cons 430 Item 1912/1727, "The Shipping Disaster at Depuch Island", Police report, F.H. Growden, P.C., Whim Creek, 4th April 1912

Roebourne - Cossack - Port Samson tramline washaway, March 1912, Colonial Secretary's Department, State Records Office of Western Australia. AN16/5 1912/431

Passengers departing Fremantle, "Koombana" 4/11/1909, Department of Immigration and Citizenship, National Archives of Australia. PP281/2 3873A

Passengers departing Fremantle, "Koombana" 4/11/1909, Department of Immigration and Citizenship, National Archives of Australia. K269 24 DEC 1910 KOOMBANA

Extracts, Court of Marine Inquiry, loss of s.s. "Koombana", Harbour & Lights Department, Western Australia, 25 April - 6 May, 1912. WA Museum (on loan), Testimony of Harry Upjohn, master of S.S. Bullarra

Extracts, Court of Marine Inquiry, loss of s.s. "Koombana", Harbour & Lights Department, Western Australia, 25 April - 6 May, 1912. WA Museum (on loan), Testimony of Harry Upjohn, master of S.S. Bullarra

books

Coate, Yvonne & Kevin, 2000, More Lonely Graves of Western Australia, Hesperion Press, Carlisle, WA, page 251

Coate, Yvonne & Kevin, 2000, More Lonely Graves of Western Australia, Hesperion Press, Carlisle, WA

Durack, Mary, 1983, Sons in the Saddle, , Constable, London, page 272

Loney, Jack, 1987, Australian Shipwrecks. Volume 4, 1901-1986, , Marine History Publications, Portarlington, Victoria

internet

http://freepages.family.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~treevecwll/milletts2.htm

http://www.allwords.com/word-tinned+dog.html

speeches/presentations/seminars

Barker, Malcolm, The search for s.s. Koombana: seminar hosted by Maritime Archeological Association of Western Australia, Fremantle, 1983. Transcript: State Library of Western Australia, OH1241, see comments by Captain Dedman

Barker, Malcolm, The search for s.s. Koombana: seminar hosted by Maritime Archeological Association of Western Australia, Fremantle, 1983. Transcript: State Library of Western Australia, OH1241, see comments by Richard McKenna

other unpublished

Maginnis, Edward Peter (unpublished), Hand-written summary card, Karratha Local History Office