2[Dickson, Rod (transcribed & compiled), 1996, Ships Registered in Western Australia From 1856 to 1969, published by Maritime Heritage Association (Western Australia), http://www.maritimeheritage.org.au/documents/Shipping%20Register.pdf]
HUNTER, Edmund Harold, of Broome, Pearler.
ESTHER, GRACE, AGATHA, DONA VERONA, DONA ELSIE, DON PERCIVAL, DON GERALD, BLANCHE, MINILYA,
AUSTRALIND, HAROLD, WINNIE, ROSEF, HERCULES, CONSTANCE, MALENA, EVA, ELSIE GOOD, ORONTES,
FRANK, AWK, MARJORIE, WILLIAM, SOUTHERN CROSS, ROSEBUD, SEA SPRAY, REFUGE, BLANCHE, ORIENT,
FRANK, GEORGE, PHIL, CLAUDIUS, GLADYS OLIVE, IDA LLOYD, AGATHA, BETTY MARGARET, REX, WINIFRED,
No.1, 1891, CONSTANCE, O/No.95677, 10 tons.
2 Masted Lugger.
Dimensions :- 35.4 x 13.6 x 6 feet.
Built at Fremantle by William Chamberlain during 1889.
Owner :- Emile Sirie, of Cossack, Pearler.
Other owners, John Bateman, of Fremantle, Merchant.
John James Broomhall, of Cossack, Manager.
Alexander Birnie, of Broome, Pearler.
Alexander H Wallace, of Broome, Pearler.
Arthur Male, of Broome, Pearler.
John Barnes, of Broome, Pearler.
Mark Rubin, of Broome, Pearler.
Edmund Harold Hunter, of Broome, Pearler.
This vessel stranded on a sandbank during a cyclone at Port Smith, near Cape LaTouche Treville on the 19th of March 1912 and subsequently became a total wreck.
A full name for Ted Hunter: Edmund Harold Hunter
Constance was a lugger.