17["Shipping Notes", The Western Mail (Perth, WA), Friday 18 October 1895, page 25]

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Passengers by the Adelaide Steamship Company's line of steamers will be interested in the following changes in the command of some of the vessels of the company's fleet:--Captain Dingle, formerly commander of the s.s. Adelaide and lately of the Innamincka, has left the bridge for a shore life, having taken the position of marine superintendent of the A.S.S. Co's business at Adelaide. Captain Dingle is succeeded in the Innamincka by the old and favourite skipper Captain J. Anthon, the well-known commander of the Bullarra and Marloo. Captain Allen, late of the s.s. Colac, takes charge of the Marloo, Captain Inglis, late chief officer of the Colac, being given the command of that steamer. Captain Lockyer remains in the Adelaide, and Captain Nichol in the Wollowra.