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# Surname First Name Ship Date Place Source
             
168122 Breakwater fog bell - - 27 February 1878 Bullock Island (Carrington) Newcastle SMH
 
On the island are several important establishments, the chief of which is the Soho Foundry of Messrs. Morrison and Bearby, situated at euphonious Onebygamba. Here the other day a large fog-bell, for the Northern breakwater, was cast. I believe it was one of the largest castings ever made in the colony, and the event created quite an excitement in the local Press



115881 Breakwater Stockade - - 1854 21 January Newcastle MM
 
Archibald Clunes Innes appointed Visiting Justice at the Breakwater Stockade



78535 Macquarie Pier (Newcastle Breakwater) - - 1829 13 February Newcastle Australian
 
Partly laid when Colonel Morisset was commandant between the mainland and Nobbys. Now tumbling into decay



132186 Macquarie Pier (Newcastle Breakwater) - - 1819 12 June Newcastle SG
 
Government Orders. Statement of the Police and Orphan Institution Funds 31st March 1819. - 82/14s/- to be paid to Mr. R. Jenkins for Iron for the Macquarie Pier at Newcastle



71202 Macquarie Pier, (Newcastle Breakwater) - - 1819 Oct - Dec Newcastle Convict Settlement
 
Temple and Evans overseers at Macquarie Pier



56408 Newcastle breakwater - - 1849 4 July Newcastle MM
 
Select committee appointed to inquire into the state of the breakwater. Col Snodgrass, Mr. Hamilton, Mr. Wentworth, Mr. Dangar, Mr. Nichols and Mr. Dickson



57607 Newcastle Breakwater - - 1849 25 August Newcastle MM
 
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57657 Newcastle Breakwater - - 1849 29 August Newcastle MM
 
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80509 Newcastle Breakwater - - 1833 28 October Newcastle Australian
 
Convict gangs preparing road to convey necessary materials for work on the breakwater



80538 Newcastle Breakwater - - 1834 12 December Newcastle Australian
 
Tenders called for material for the construction of breakwater. 1800 feet of hardwood boards needed



80545 Newcastle Breakwater - - 1835 25 July Newcastle SG
 
Surveyor Nicholson to superintend the progress of the breakwater



82139 Newcastle Breakwater - - 1836 1 March Newcastle SG
 
Inspected by Chief Engineer Captain Barney and declared to be a decided failure



82193 Newcastle Breakwater - - 1837 24 February Newcastle Australian
 
40 labourers forwarded from Sydney to Newcastle to work on the breakwater



82210 Newcastle Breakwater - - 1837 8 August Newcastle Australian
 
Two prisoners at work at the breakwater badly injured in an explosion



82235 Newcastle Breakwater - - 1839 20 March Newcastle SH
 
Gang of men employed on Nobbys Island to commence the breakwater at that end



83861 Newcastle Breakwater - - 1851 7 June Newcastle MM
 
Extensive breach made in the Breakwater during a violent gale. 20 chains length completely washed away. The rails of the tram road torn up and cast into the harbour.



88196 Newcastle Breakwater - - 1840 29 August Newcastle CJ
 
Estimates for 18 41 - 600 towards completing the breakwater



88205 Newcastle Breakwater - - 1841 25 February Newcastle Australian
 
Six or seven convicts killed in an accident at the breakwater



88215 Newcastle Breakwater - - 1841 18 December Newcastle HRG
 
Convicts previously employed building the military barracks sent to the breakwater ballast wharf leaving 40 to complete the parade ground



88428 Newcastle Breakwater - - 1841 12 June Newcastle FP
 
26 years in the making. 54 feet of the breakwater washed into the harbour in high seas




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