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HMS FAME - August 1919 to June 1920, China Station

 

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 Old Destroyer, D-class

 

Variable class of eight ships all with two funnels, Fame built by Thornycroft, launched 15 April 1896, completed June 1897, 310 tons, 210ft long, armed with 1-12pdr/5-6pdr/2-18in torpedo tubes, 30 knots, 63 crew. Served in China, sold August 1921 in Hong Kong for breaking-up.(British Warships 1914-1919/Conway's All the World's Fighting Ships 1860-1905 and 1906-21)

 
 

 

 

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Notes:

 

1. Latitude/longitude, including for days in port, were computed by the climate science project as being the most representative location for each day. As such, they typically differ by varying amounts from the locations recorded in the log pages. Refer to the log scan pages for the positions as originally recorded.

 

2. Full account of any day is available by clicking on the link above that day. Groups of links refer to log book covers and introductory information; some may be blank.

 


 

 

LOG BOOK - AUGUST 1919

 

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1 August 1919

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  8.40am: New starboard lower boom sent on board from dockyard

  6.50pm: Typhoon signal No 1 hoisted

 

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2 August 1919

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  8.45am: Hands employed as requisite

 

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3 August 1919

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  4.15pm: Half mast colours

 

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4 August 1919

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  1.30pm: Ship under sailing orders

 

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5 August 1919

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  8.00am: Slipped and proceeded; course as necessary

  9.00am: Hands employed refitting Berthon boat wires and as requisite

10.00am: Carried out coal test of Cantonese coal

  3.40pm: Anchored in Picnic Bay in 6 fathoms; hands to bathe

  5.10pm: Weighed and returned to harbour

  6.12pm: Secured to 5A buoy

 

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6 August 1919

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  8.45am: Hands employed as requisite

 

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7 August 1919

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  6.00pm: ERA Smith joined ship from HMS Kent ERA Nugent discharged to HMS Tamar

 

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8 August 1919

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  6.45am: Coal lighter alongside

  7.00am: Commenced discharging Cantonese coal

10.10am: Commenced coaling

  5.20pm: Finished coaling; amount received 10 tons

 

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9 August 1919

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  6.00am: Hands cleaning ship's side

  

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10 August 1919

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  7.15am: HMS Sandpiper sailed

 

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11 August 1919

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  8.45am: Hands employed painting ship's side

  1.40pm: F Palmer AB and A White Stoker joined ship from HMS Tamar

  4.00pm: J Hanley Leading Stoker discharged to HMS Tamar sick

 

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12 August 1919

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  7.15am: Hands employed painting ship

 

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13 August 1919

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

10.00am: USS Pampanga proceeded west

  4.30pm: J Hinds ERA discharged to HMS Tamar

 

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14 August 1919

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  1.00pm: Byrne Stoker rejoined ship from HMS Tamar

  4.30pm: USS Pampanga entered harbour; officer of guard left ship

  5.15pm: Officer of guard returned

  6.00pm: Officer of guard USS Pampanga paid return visit

 

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15 August 1919

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  1.15pm: Hands employed preparing for shifting ship

  2.10pm: Slipped from buoy

  2.40pm: Secured to south wall of camber

 

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16 August 1919

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  6.00am: Hands employed cleaning upper deck

 

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17 August 1919

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  9.30am: Outside church party left ship

  9.45am: Church of England church party left ship for HMS Tamar

11.00am: Church parties returned

 

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18 August 1919

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  4.00pm: Leading Stoker Callicott joined ship from HMS Tamar

 

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19 August 1919

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  8.45am: Hands employed as requisite

 

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20 August 1919

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  7.15am: Chart table taken into dockyard for repairs

 

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21 August 1919

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

10.40am: USS Albany entered harbour and fired salute of 11 guns; Portuguese gunboat Patria entered harbour

11.00am: HMS Tamar fired salute of 11 guns

  2.30pm: No 1 typhoon signal hoisted

  8.00pm: Commenced raising steam for 14 knots; furled all awnings; struck topmast and secured in general for typhoon

  9.50pm: Left camber to secure to No 5 buoy but failed owing to rough sea running and force of wind which parted cable; lost one pin of Munro shackle overboard.

11.30pm: Proceeded to Stonecutters Island to take shelter; frequent squalls of wind and rain

 

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22 August 1919

Hong Kong, sheltering behind Stonecutters Island

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

12.50am: Anchored off Stonecutters in 3½ fathoms of water, 6 shackles of cable, western end of island

  5.50am: Noticed SS Hock Lee dragging anchor; reported same by Wireless Telegraph to Commodore

  6.00am: Hands securing and lashing Berthon boats and whaler

  9.30am: SS Hock Lee abeam still dragging anchor

10.30am: SS Hock Lee passed astern still drifting quickly

     Noon: Tug Wan Chun passed proceeding west

12.01pm: Received report that typhoon signal No 7 had been hoisted

  2.25pm: Tug Wan Chun abeam with SS Hock Lee in tow

  4.00pm: Portuguese gunboat Patria left harbour proceeding west

 

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23 August 1919

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  7.00am: Typhoon signal at Green Island hauled down

10.30am: Weighed and proceeded into harbour

11.30am: Made fast to No 5A buoy

11.45am: USS Albany left harbour

 

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24 August 1919

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  1.40pm: HMS Robin left harbour proceeding west

 

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25 August 1919

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  7.00am: Coal lighter alongside

  9.25am: Finished coaling; amount received 13 tons

  1.30pm: HMS Colombo entered harbour and saluted Commodore; HMS Tamar returned salute

  2.00pm: USS Helena shifted berth

  4.15pm: No 1 typhoon signal hoisted

 

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26 August 1919

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

12.30pm: No 1 typhoon signal hauled down

  4.05pm: HMS Kent shifted from camber to Triumph buoy

 

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27 August 1919

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  7.30am: Dockyard workmen on board refitting guard rails

 

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28 August 1919

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  4.15pm: Leading Signalman Wheeler joined ship

 

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29 August 1919

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

11.10am: Hands muster for payment of gratuity money

 

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30 August 1919

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  1.00pm: Leave to watch from 1 pm till 7 am; hands make and mend clothes

 

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31 August 1919

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  9.15am: USS Brooklyn [below - flagship of the 'Flying Squadron' during the Spanish-American war] entered harbour

 

 

 

 

LOG BOOK - SEPTEMBER 1919

 

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1 September 1919

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  7.00am: HMS Colombo proceeded to coal wharf

11.00am: USS Brooklyn fired 11 gun salute; Black Head Fort replied 11 guns

  8.10am: USS Brooklyn fired 11 gun salute; HMS Tamar replied 11 guns

  9.40am: HMS Tarantula and HMS Sandpiper entered harbour

12.35pm: No 1 typhoon signal hoisted

  3.00pm: HMS Colombo proceeded east

 

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2 September 1919

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  5.30am: No 1 typhoon signal hauled down

10.40am: USS Brooklyn fired salute 13 guns

11.15am: USS Brooklyn fired salute 13 guns

  1.35pm: Slipped from No 5A buoy

  2.00pm: Secured to No 5 buoy

  4.10pm: PO Lewis and Stoker Dellow discharged to HMS Tamar

  5.00pm: Leading Seaman Kearns joined ship from HMS Tamar

 

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3 September 1919

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  4.15pm: J Lockie Stoker discharged to HMS Tamar

 

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4 September 1919

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  7.30am: HMS Sandpiper proceeded west

 

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5 September 1919

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  4.00pm: Leading Seaman A Geddes joined ship from HMS Tamar

  7.30am: HMS Tarantula left camber for 12A buoy

 

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6 September 1919

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  6.00am: Hands employed cleaning ship

 

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7 September 1919

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

11.10am: HMS Moorhen arrived

11.50am: USS General Alava with US Commander in Chief arrived

12.15pm: Officer of guard left ship

12.35pm: Officer of guard returned

 

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8 September 1919

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  6.00am: Received on board one depth charge type D with boxes containing tools and fittings, also tank containing four smoke floats

  8.00am: USS General Alava saluted country with 21 guns; returned by shore batteries

  8.15am: HMS Tamar saluted American Vice Admiral 15 guns; returned by USS Brooklyn

  8.20am: Japanese gunboat Saga saluted American Vice Admiral; returned by USS Brooklyn

  8.30am: USS Helena saluted American Vice Admiral 15 guns; returned by USS Brooklyn

  9.40am: USS Brooklyn saluted Commodore 11 guns

12.20pm: USS Brooklyn saluted Officer Administrating Government 15 guns

  2.20pm: HMS Tamar saluted American Vice Admiral 15 guns

  2.25pm: USS Brooklyn saluted Governor of Colony 13 guns

 

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9 September 1919

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  8.38am: Slipped from buoy and proceeded westward

  9.15am: Passed Kap Sing Mun

  9.55am: Dropped depth charge and dumped four smoke floats and remained in vicinity picking up fish, then returned to harbour

11.15am: Secured to No 5a buoy

  2.00pm: Returned tool and fitting boxes for depth charge to Ordnance

  4.25pm: USS Pampanga entered harbour

 

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10 September 1919

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

10.30am: Returned smoke float tank to Ordnance Yard

 

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11 September 1919

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

10.15am: Received 300 lb rice from HMS Tamar; HMS Robin secured alongside in camber

 

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12 September 1919

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  8.45am: Hands employed refitting whalers' falls and as requisite

 

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13 September 1919

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  6.00am: HMS Moorhen sailed

 

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14 September 1919

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  2.00pm: HMS Colombo entered harbour and secured to No 5 buoy

  4.30pm: HMS Sandpiper entered harbour and secured in camber

 

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15 September 1919

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  8.05am: HMS Colombo saluted American Vice Admiral 15 guns; USS Brooklyn replied 15 guns

10.15am: Stoker S Chapple discharged to Kowloon depot

 

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16 September 1919

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  9.45am: HMS Tarantula placed in dry dock

  9.50am: HMS Sandpiper and HMS Robin placed in dry dock

11.00am: AB Quantrill and Stoker Byrne discharged to HMS Tamar sick

  2.30pm: Leading Stoker Wild rejoined ship from HMS Tamar

 

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17 September 1919

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  4.30pm: ERAs Harris and Smith left ship for HMS Colombo

  5.15pm: ERA J Feast, Mechanic Brokenshire and Stokers Harrington and Gwynne joined ship from HMS Colombo

 

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18 September 1919

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  6.15am: HMS Colombo sailed

  3.15pm: HMS Rosario shifted to Kowloon

 

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19 September 1919

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

10.00am: Stoker Callicott discharged to HMS Tamar sick

  9.50am: HMS Hydrangea shifted to No 5 buoy

11.00am: Japanese gunboat Saga shifted to No 4 buoy

 

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20 September 1919

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  8.45am: Hands employed cleaning ship

 

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21 September 1919

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  9.30am: Church parties left ship

11.00am: Church parties returned

 

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22 September 1919

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  9.00am: USS General Alava with US Commander-in-Chief arrived

  9.30am: 11 boxes of Cordite returned to Naval Ordnance

  5.00pm: Stoker Lockie joined ship from HMS Sandpiper

 

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23 September 1919

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  8.45am: Hands employed as requisite

 

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24 September 1919

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  8.45am: Hands employed painting ship

 

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25 September 1919

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  6.15am: USS Brooklyn slipped buoy

  6.20am: USS Brooklyn anchored

11.30am: USS Brooklyn sailed

  4.00pm: ERA Smith joined ship from HMS Robin

 

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26 September 1919

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  2.35pm: Dockyard launch took catamaran away

  7.00pm: AB Johnston taken ill whilst away in skiff and conveyed to HMS Tamar sick bay

 

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27 September 1919

Hong Kong to Tung Wan, Cheung Chau

Lat 22.2, Long 114.3

  2.15pm: Slipped from buoy and proceeded west

  3.05 pm: Anchored Tung Wan, 3 shackles of cable in 5 fathoms of water

 

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28 September 1919

Tung Wan, Cheung Chau

Lat 22.2, Long 114.3

  9.30am: Hands landed for recreation

 

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29 September 1919

From Tung Wan, Cheung Chau, to Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  8.55am: Weighed and proceeded into harbour

  9.35am: Launch An Hing disregarded rule of road

  9.50am: Secured to No 5A buoy

12.15pm: HMS Sandpiper sailed west

  4.25pm: AB Andrews rejoined ship from HMS Tamar

 

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30 September 1919

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  6.45am: USS Helena proceeded west

  6.50am: SS Khiva arrived with Governor of Hong Kong Sir RE Stubbs GCMG on board

  8.00am: Dressed ship with mast head flags

10.00am: Governor landed at Blake Pier; Murray battery fired salute of 17 guns

 

 

LOG BOOK - OCTOBER 1919

 

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1 October 1919

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

10.30am: USS Helena arrived

 

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2 October 1919

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

      Noon: HMS Tamar fired salute to Governor of Hong Kong after official visit paid to Commodore

 

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3 October 1919

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

11.00am: Issued clothing, soap and tobacco

  3.30pm: All European ratings discharged to hospital for isolation purposes

 

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4 October 1919

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

10.00am: Disinfected ship thoroughly throughout all between decks; medical officer of HMS Tamar supervised same

      Noon: Lieutenant Hake RNR and HP Cottis TC discharged to hospital; Chinese ratings remained on ship as caretakers, living on the upper deck

 

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5 October 1919 - 12 October 1919

No log kept

 

Cerebrospinal meningitis was given as the cause of death for Joseph Miller Johnston AB of HMS Fame on October 10 (Admiralty Ratings Death Ledger 1919 – 1939: ADM 104/126).

The bacterial form of meningitis would have made strict containment measures essential.

 

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13 October 1919

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  1.00pm: Lieutenant Hake RNR, Mr Merrin Gunner and Mr Hall Artificer Engineer joined ship from RN Hospital

  3.00pm: Recommissioned ship; 13 ratings returned from RN hospital

  5.00pm: General inspection of ship, steering gear tried and everything apparently correct

 

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14 October 1919

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  7.00am: Hands employed blowing down and hoisting out torpedoes

  9.00am: Mr Hall Artificer Engineer discharged to HMS Tamar; torpedoes returned to Kowloon

  1.15pm: Hands employed clearing magazines, discharging coal and as requisite

  2.45pm: Eight ratings rejoined ship from RN hospital

  3.00pm: SC Quantrill AB rejoined ship from HMS Tamar

 

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15 October 1919

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  5.30am: Junk for discharging coal alongside

  6.35am: Coolies arrived and carried on removing coal

  7.45am: Japanese gunboat Saga slipped from buoy

  8.15am: Hands employed returning ammunition; Japanese gunboat Saga secured to buoy

  2.35pm: Six ratings rejoined ship from RN hospital

 

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16 October 1919

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  8.00am: Slipped from buoy

  8.15am: Entered dry dock

11.30am: Ship took the chocks

  2.10pm: Eight ratings returned from hospital

  4.00pm: Dock dry

 

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17 October 1919

Hong Kong (Dry Dock)

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  8.30am: Hands employed refitting boatswain's gear and arranging cable for inspection at bottom of dock

 

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18 October 1919

Hong Kong (Dry Dock)

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

11.00am: Discharged Innis AB to HMS Tamar sick

 

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19 October 1919

Hong Kong (Dry Dock)

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  6.15am: Hands employed cleaning ship

 

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20 October 1919

Hong Kong (Dry Dock)

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  8.45am: Hands employed scraping ship's side and refitting guys and jackstays on boats' davits; also painting captain's cabin

 

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21 October 1919

Hong Kong (Dry Dock)

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  8.30am: Hands employed scraping ship's side, scraping and painting fore peak and chain locker, and refitting boat gear

 

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22 October 1919

Hong Kong (Dry Dock)

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  2.00pm: Innis AB rejoined from HMS Tamar

  4.00pm: R Cox AB discharged to HMS Tamar sick

 

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23 October 1919

Hong Kong (Dry Dock)

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  1.15pm: Tested fore collision compartment 7 feet above water line; skiffs' davits to 6 cwt and derrick to 19 cwt

 

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24 October 1919

Hong Kong (Dry Dock)

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  1.00pm Sale on board HMS Tamar of the late AB Johnston's kit

 

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25 October 1919

Hong Kong (Dry Dock)

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  6.00am: Hands employed cleaning ship

 

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26 October 1919

Hong Kong (Dry Dock)

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  4.00pm: HMS Hawkins arrived and secured outside north wall of camber

 

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27 October 1919

Hong Kong (Dry Dock)

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  8.00am: HMS Tamar saluted Vice Admiral 15 guns

  8.02am: HMS Hawkins returned 11 guns

  8.05am: USS Helena saluted Vice Admiral 15 guns;HMS Hawkins returned 15 guns

10.40am: Black Head Fort saluted, 15 guns

11.10am: HMS Hawkins saluted Governor of Colony 13 guns

11.45am: USS Helena saluted with 15 guns

 

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28 October 1919

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  7.30am: Dock commenced to flood

  7.58am: Ship left chocks

10.00am: Ship undocked

10.15am: Secured alongside north wall of camber

10.20am: Coal lighter alongside

10.30am: Stopped coaling

10.50am: Left camber and secured to No 14 buoy; carried on coaling

  2.25pm: Finished coaling; amount received 65 tons

  3.35pm: Slipped from buoy

  3.55pm: Secured to north wall of camber

 

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29 October 1919

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  8.00am: HMS Tamar fired court martial gun and hoisted Union Jack

10.30am: Union Jack hauled down in HMS Tamar

 

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30 October 1919

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  9.30am: Ammunition lighter alongside; hands employed ammunitioning ship

 

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31 October 1919

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

11.55am: HMS Sandpiper arrived and secured to No 9 buoy

  4.15pm: A White Stoker left ship for HMS Tamar; C Hellier Stoker joined ship from HMS Tamar

 

 

LOG BOOK - NOVEMBER 1919

 

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1 November 1919

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  8.00am: Slipped and proceeded with target to carry out target trials

10.20am: Proceeded to harbour

10.50am: Secured to No 10 buoy

 

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2 November 1919

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  6.00pm: USS Pampanga arrived and secured to light vessel buoy

 

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3 November 1919

Hong Kong to Mirs Bay to Hong Kong

Lat 22.6, Long 114.4

  6.45am: Recording party from HMS Hawkins arrived on board

  7.00am: Slipped and proceeded east to Mirs Bay

  9.20am: Arrived at Mirs Bay

  9.40am: Veered target; prepared for towing

  9.50am: Towing wire parted, became foul of screw; picked up target

11.15am: Wire clear and ship ready to proceed

      Noon: Veered target and prepared for run No 1; target disappeared when 150 fathoms of wire were out

  1.15pm: Target clear and ready for firing; carried out exercises towing target at speeds ranging from 16 to 19 knots

  3.15pm: Hoisted in target; recording party returned to HMS Hawkins

Parted company with flag ship and returned to Hong Kong

  4.55pm: Secured to No 10 buoy

 

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4 November 1919

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  9.00am: 8 depth charges places on board

12.10pm: HMS Hawkins' spray target and towing wire taken to dockyard

  1.15pm: AB Cousens returned to ship from HMS Tamar

 

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5 November 1919

Hong Kong and at sea

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  6.15am: HMS Alacrity arrived and secured to buoy

  8.00am: HMS Alacrity saluted 11 guns; HMS Tamar replied with 7 guns

  2.25pm: Slipped from buoy and proceeded westward

  3.20pm: Dropped 4 depth charges

  4.05pm: Dropped 4 depth charges

  5.30pm: Proceeded into harbour

  6.15pm: Secured to No 10 buoy

 

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6 November 1919

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  7.45am: HMS Alacrity secured to north wall of camber

  8.20am: HMS Sandpiper shifted to No 9 buoy

  9.45am: Hands employed getting in and securing 8 depth charges

  4.00pm: Stoker Pleasance joined ship

  4.15pm: Stoker Lockie joined ship

  5.00pm: Stoker Hellier left ship for HMS Sandpiper

 

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7 November 1919

Hong Kong and at sea

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  7.55am: HMS Sandpiper left, west

  9.00am: Hands employed preparing depth charges and as requisite

  2.10pm: Slipped from buoy and proceeded west

  2.50pm: Dropped 4 depth charges

  3.27pm: Dropped remaining 4 depth charges

  4.05pm: Anchored in Luk Chan Wan in 7 fathoms of water, 2 shackles of cable

  4.50pm: Weighed and proceeded into harbour

  5.35pm: Secured to No 10 buoy

 

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8 November 1919

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  1.00pm: A Leborgne AB and BW Dellow Stoker joined ship from HMS Tamar

  2.40pm: HMS Robin arrived and secured to No 9 buoy

 

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9 November 1919

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  1.00pm: Ship under sailing orders

 

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10 November 1919

Hong Kong and at sea

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  8.00am: 3 smoke boxes type E and 3 smoke floats type F placed on board

  8.07am: Slipped and proceeded westward

  9.15am: Dropped smoke boxes and floats to the southward of Cape D'Aguilar in 35 fathoms of water

  9.30am: Proceeded into harbour

10.30am: Secured to No 10 buoy

     Noon: 4 hand-scrubbers lost overboard by accident.

  3.30pm: Portuguese gunboat Patria entered harbour

Black Head Fort saluted Governor of Macao 17 guns; Patria returned

  3.55pm: Patria saluted Commodore 11 guns

 

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11 November 1919

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  8.30am: Commanding officer and 4 hands left ship in dockyard tug C409 to destroy smoke floats type F

  9.20am: HMS Tamar saluted Governor of Macao 17 guns

  9.40am: Portuguese gunboat Patria proceeded west

10.50am: Torpedoes drawn and placed on board

11.00am: Two minutes' silence in commemoration of the fallen during the war

11.30am: One torpedo returned to Kowloon depot

 

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12 November 1919

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  2.00pm: Hands employed painting in-board

  

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13 November 1919

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  1.30pm: HMS Tamar being towed out of camber

  2.50pm: HMS Tamar secured to north wall of camber

 

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14 November 1919

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  9.30am: HMS Robin slipped from buoy and proceeded west; Worcester AB discharged to HMS Tamar

11.00am: 1 brass-headed boat-hook lost overboard by accident

  4.00pm: USS Helena left naval dry dock and secured to buoy 11

 

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15 November 1919

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  6.00am: Hands employed cleaning ship (Saturdays routine)

 

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16 November 1919

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  6.15am: Hands employed cleaning ship

 

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17 November 1919

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  8.45am: Hands employed as requisite

 

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18 November 1919

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  2.00am: USS Helena slipped from buoy and proceeded west

  9.00am: Received 6 depth charges and accessories and 539 smoke boxes type E, 65 igniters and 1 box smoke apparatus to be dumped

 

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19 November 1919

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  7.30am: Dress of day No 5s, dutymen No 3 caps

  3.40pm: HMS Hawkins (flag) with HMS Carlisle in company arrived

  6.00pm: Received general signal from flagship to the effect that cap covers are to be worn until further orders

 

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20 November 1919

Hong Kong and at sea

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  7.45am: Slipped and proceeded westward to East Lamma Channel

  8.40am: Dropped 4 depth charges in 20 fathoms depth setting 50 feet

  9.15am: Dropped 2 depth charges

All exploded satisfactorily

  9.30am: Commenced dropping smoke boxes; dropped 539 boxes and 70 igniters

10.40am: Proceeded to harbour

11.15am: Secured to No 10 buoy

11.50am: Commenced coaling ship

  2.20pm: Finished coaling; amount received 35 tons

  2.25pm: One torpedo returned to ship from Kowloon depot

HMS Hydrangea shifted from buoy and placed in camber

 

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21 November 1919

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  7.30am: Took over guard

 

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22 November 1919

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  7.30am: HMS Tamar took over guard

 

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23 November 1919

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  8.00am: Dress of day No 2s, caps and covers

 

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24 November 1919

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  8.45am: Hands employed as requisite

Provisions received: fresh meat 19 lbs; vegetables 120 lbs; bread 22 lbs; fresh water received 3½ tons

 

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25 November 1919

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  9.45pm: USS Helena arrived

 

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26 November 1919

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

10.20am: USS Helena slipped buoy and proceeded eastward

 

 

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27 November 1919

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  3.45pm: HMS Tarantula arrived

 

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28 November 1919

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  8.45am: Hands employed painting ship's side; 1 hand-scrubber lost overboard by accident

  7.40am: USS Pampanga sailed

 

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29 November 1919

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

11.20am: HMS Hydrangea shifted from camber to buoy

  1.00pm: Hands to make and mend clothes

 

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30 November 1919

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  5.30pm: HMS Ambrose and 6 submarines arrived and secured in camber

 

 

LOG BOOK – DECEMBER 1919

 

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1 December 1919

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  8.00am: Dressed ship overall in commemoration of HM The Queen Mother's birthday

      Noon: HMS Hawkins and HMS Tamar fired royal salute 21 guns

  9.45pm: HM Drifter Moonshine arrived in company with Oiler Pearleaf

 

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2 December 1919

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  8.00am: Dress of day No 4s

 

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3 December 1919

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  3.00pm: HMS Hawkins' spray target and towing wire received from dockyard

 

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4 December 1919

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  5.30pm: Fowles AB joined ship from HMS Tamar; Miles AB left ship for HMS Tamar temporarily

 

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5 December 1919

Hong Kong to Mirs Bay

Lat 22.6, Long 114.4

  6.20am: Received 1 reindeer buoy and 1 sinker from HMS Hawkins

  7.07am: Slipped and proceeded eastwards in company with HMS Hawkins

11.45am: First torpedo fired from HMS Hawkins sighted after run

11.50am: Second torpedo fired

12.30pm: Anchored in 10 fathoms

  3.33pm: Left HMS Hawkins for Tai Po

  4.20pm: Arrived Taipo and received despatches

  4.30pm: Proceeded back to HMS Hawkins

  5.30pm: Secured alongside HMS Hawkins

  5.40pm: Anchored off HMS Hawkins

 

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6 December 1919

Mirs Bay

Lat 22.6, Long 114.4

  7.00am: Weighed and proceeded with HMS Hawkins on torpedo run

  7.35am: Anchored in 10 fathoms

  9.35am: Weighed and proceeded, towing target for HMS Hawkins

  1.05pm: Anchored off HMS Hawkins

  1.15pm: Target returned to USS Hawkins

  1.34pm: Weighed and proceeded with HMS Hawkins on torpedo run

  3.30pm: Left HMS Hawkins and proceeded to Tai Po

  4.25pm: Anchored off Tai Po pier in 3 fathoms of water with 3 shackles of cable

  4.50pm: HMS Hawkins moored at entrance to Tai Po harbour

 

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7 December 1919

Tai Po

Lat 22.3, Long 114.1

  8.45am: Hands employed cleaning ship and charging torpedoes

 

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8 December 1919

Tai Po and Mirs Bay

Lat 22.6, Long 114.4

  6.30am: Weighed

  7.20am: HMS Hawkins under weigh

  9.15am: HMS Hawkins commenced firing

  9.55am: Run finished

10.15am: Second run commenced

11.15am: Second run finished

11.40am: Anchored 8 miles NNW of Gan Tau

  1.30pm: Weighed and proceeded with HMS Hawkins on torpedo run

  3.00pm: Closed HMS Hawkins and received despatches; proceeded to Tai Po

  4.00pm: Arrived Tai Po; exchanged despatches with orderly and returned to HMS Hawkins

  6.10pm: Closed HMS Hawkins; despatches and provisions delivered to HMS Hawkins' SPO

Miller returned to ship from HMS Hawkins

  7.00pm: Anchored at Starling Inlet in 5 fathoms with 3 shackles

 

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9 December 1919

Mirs Bay (Starling Inlet)

Lat 22.6, Long 114.4

  3.15pm: Weighed

  5.34pm: Received despatches from HMS Hawkins and proceeded to Tai Po

  4.45pm: Anchored off Tai Po

  5.30pm: Exchanged despatches with orderly and received provisions for HMS Hawkins

  5.43pm: Weighed and proceeded to HMS Hawkins

  6.45pm: Closed HMS Hawkins and delivered despatches and provisions

  7.20pm: Anchored at Starling Inlet in 9 fathoms with 3 shackles of cable

 

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10 December 1919

Mirs Bay and Hong Kong

Lat 22.2, Long 114.2

  6.45am: Weighed and proceeded following HMS Hawkins

  9.00am: Lost overboard during heavy weather, 2 hammers, 12 illuminating sockets, 1 naval pipe cover, 3 bass brooms

12.38pm: Anchored Cheung Kwan O in 7 fathoms with 2 shackles of cable

  3.07pm: Received despatches from HMS Hawkins; weighed and proceeded to Hong Kong to deliver same;

AB Worcester, AB Warner and Stoker Byrne joined ship on arrival at Hong Kong

  3.55pm: Left Hong Kong

  4.20pm: Closed HMS Hawkins, but HMS Hawkins was under weigh proceeding to assistance of Oiler Pearleaf in difficulty with battle practice target; ordered by HMS Hawkins to proceed to Tsin Shui Wan and anchor; arrived and anchored 17:08 in 6 fathoms of water with 3 shackles

 

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11 December 1919

Tsin Shui Wan to Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  7.40am: Weighed and proceeded

  8.20am: Anchored Tai Min in 10 fathoms with 3 shackles of cable

  9.00am: Weighed and proceeded with HMS Hawkins; closed target which was ashore

  9.23am: Order by HMS Hawkins to return to Hong Kong

10.00am: Arrived Hong Kong and secured to No 10 buoy

12.15pm: HMS Hawkins arrived and secured to flag buoy

  4.20pm: AB Miles returned to ship from HMS Tamar; AB Fowles discharged to HMS Tamar

 

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12 December 1919

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  7.30am: Commenced coaling

11.45am: Finished coaling

  1.35pm: W Callicott Stoker joined ship from HMS Tamar

  2.30pm: Portuguese gunboat Patria arrived from dock and secured to buoy

 

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13 December 1919

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

11.15am: Portuguese gunboat Patria saluted Portuguese Consul 7 guns

 

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14 December 1919

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  7.00am: 7 absentees: 2 leading stokers, 5 stokers

  7.45am: Absentees returned on board

 

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15 December 1919

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

12.20pm: HMS Tarantula and Oiler War Sepoy sailed

  3.00pm: HMS Hawkins slipped from buoy and proceeded west

 

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16 December 1919

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  9.30am: Defaulters returned on board

 

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17 December 1919

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

10.10am: Submarines L1 and L3 arrived and secured to Triumph buoy

11.05am: Submarines L1 and L3 entered dry dock

     Noon: HMS Sandpiper arrived

 

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18 December 1919

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  9.10am: HMS Robin proceeded westward

 

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19 December 1919

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  7.30am: One stove and fittings received on board from dockyard

 

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20 December 1919

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  8.05am: Japanese squadron arrived and fired salute 21 guns

  8.10am: Forts returned salute

  8.15am: HMS Tamar fired salute 15 guns; Japanese fired salute 15 guns

  9.25am: Japanese saluted Japanese Consul 9 guns

  9.40am: Japanese saluted Commodore 11 guns

10.00am: HMS Cadmus arrived

10.50am: HMS Tamar saluted Japanese Vice Admiral on paying visit to Commodore 15 guns

11.45am: Japanese saluted Governor of Hong Kong 17 guns

12.10pm: General Officer Commanding Troops paid official visit to Japanese flagship

12.20pm: Japanese saluted General Officer Commanding Troops 13 guns

 

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21 December 1919

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  1.50am: Observed large fire onshore

  8.00am: USS Helena arrived

  8.25am: Japanese guard of honour paid official visit  to USS Helena

  8.30am: Officer of guard (British) paid visit to USS Helena

 

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22 December 1919

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  8.00am: USS Helena saluted Japanese Admiral; Japanese flagship returned salute

  3.20pm: HMS Moorhen arrived and secured to buoy

 

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23 December 1919

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  8.45am: Hands employed as requisite

 

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24 December 1919

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

11.00am: Japanese squadron slipped from buoys and proceeded eastward

 

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25 December 1919

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

11.30am: Leave watch from noon till 7 am

 

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26 December 1919

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  6pm: USS Pampanga arrived and secured to buoy

 

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27 December 1919

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  7.30am: Hands employed painting topmast

 

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28 December 1919

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  6.30am: Hands employed cleaning ship

 

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29 December 1919

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  8.45am: Hands employed turning whalers' falls and as requisite

 

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30 December 1919

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  7.00am: Commenced coaling

10.30am: Finished coaling; amount received 25 tons

 

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31 December 1919

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  9.00am: 4 hands sent to HMS Tamar for medical inspection

  1.30pm: SPO Hodgins joined ship from HMS Tamar

  2.30pm: Leading Stokers Donovan and Rutherford joined ship from Stonecutters

  2.35pm: SPO Miller and Leading Stokers Rushbrooke and Randall left ship for HMS Tamar

  4.15pm: Leading Stoker Murphy joined ship from HMS Tamar

  6.00pm: SPO Hodgins left ship for HMS Tamar

 

 

LOG BOOK – JANUARY 1920

 

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1 January 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

10.00am: Clear lower decks; hands muster for monthly payment

 

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2 January 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  4.00pm: Bourne Leading Stoker joined ship from HMS Tamar

  4.15pm: Wild Leading Stoker left ship for HMS Tamar

 

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3 January 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  8.45am: Hands employed cleaning ship

 

 

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4 January 1920

 

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  6.30am: Hands employed cleaning ship

 

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5 January 1920

 

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

11.45am: HMS Moorhen sailed

 

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6 January 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  1.15pm: Hands employed painting

 

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7 January 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  7.15pm: HMS Sandpiper proceeded west

  4.30pm: Leading Stoker Bourne discharged to HMS Tamar

 

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8 January 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  1.00pm: Stock Signalman discharged to HMS Tamar sick

 

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9 January 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  2.00pm: HMS Alacrity shifted berth from camber to alongside north wall

  4.00pm: HMS Cadmus shifted berth from No 5 buoy to inside camber

 

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10 January 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  8.45am: One Chinese stoker joined ship

  2.00pm: PO Gilbert on board for passage to Canton

 

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11 January 1920

Hong Kong to Canton

Lat 22.2, Long 113.5

  8.30am: AB Hall joined ship for passage to Canton

  9.00am: Broke broad pendant of Commodore Gurner

  9.30am: Commodore Gurner and party on board

  9.35am: Slipped and proceeded westward

10.12am: Kap Sing Mun Lighthouse

10.46am: Tap Shek Kok (East)

11.18am: Macau Island

12.23pm: Sampan Chau Lighthouse

  1.03pm: Blake Point

  2.25pm: Collinson Barrier

  2.55pm: High Island

  2.51pm: Blenheim Passage

  3.45pm: Secured to buoy

  3.45pm: Commodore Gurner and party left for HMS Tarantula

  5.00pm: Struck broad pendant of Commodore Gurner on its being broken in HMS Tarantula

  5.05pm: Chinese cruiser saluted Commodore 7 guns

 

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12 January 1920

Canton

Lat 23.1, Long 113.4

  6.00am: Hands employed cleaning upper deck

 

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13 January 1920

Canton

Lat 23.1, Long 113.4

  8.45am: Hands fall in; wash ship's side and as requisite

 

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14 January 1920

Canton

Lat 23.1, Long 113.4

  6.50am: HMS Tarantula slipped and proceeded

10.00am: Slipped from buoy and shifted berth to British sloop buoys

 

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15 January 1920

Canton

Lat 23.1, Long 113.4

  8.45am: Hands employed cleaning mess decks and as requisite

 

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16 January 1920

Canton

Lat 23.1, Long 113.4

  6.30am: Hands employed cleaning ship

 

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17 January 1920

Canton to Hong Kong

Lat 22.2, Long 113.5

  8.03am: Slipped

  8.33am: Tai Shek Barrier

  8.57am: High Island

  9.19am: Collinson Barrier

10.08am: Passed Amhurst Point

11.22am: Passed Sampan Chau

  1.45pm: Kap Sing Mun

  2.20pm: Secured to No 10 buoy

 

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18 January 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  6.15pm: HMS Tarantula arrived

 

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19 January 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  7.00am: Coal lighter alongside; commenced coaling

11.25am: Finished coaling

 

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20 January 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  2.30pm: HMS Marazion entered camber and secured to north wall

 

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21 January 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  7.15am: USS Pampanga proceeded westward

  9.10am: HMS Tarantula slipped

10.00am: HMS Ambrose and submarines L1, L3, L4, L5, L15 slipped and secured to Triumph buoy

     Noon: HMS Robin arrived and secured

 

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22 January 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  8.00am: HMS Tamar fired court martial gun and hoisted Union Flag

  4.00pm: Gwynne Stoker left ship for HMS Robin

 

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23 January 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  7.30am: USS Helena left harbour

10.00am: HMS Ambrose and submarines proceeded alongside wall

  1.30pm: Maggs Stoker joined ship from HMS Tamar

  3.45pm: HMS Hawkins arrived and secured alongside outside of north wall

 

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24 January 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  8.45am: Hands employed as requisite

 

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25 January 1920

 

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  6.30am: Hands employed cleaning ship

 

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26 January 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  7.00am: HMS Cadmus left and secured to No 5 buoy

 

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27 January 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  8.45am: Hands employed painting upper deck gear and cleaning mess decks

 

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28 January 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  6.00am: Hands employed cleaning mess decks

 

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29 January 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  7.10am: USS Pampanga left proceeding west

 

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30 January 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  6.00am: Hands employed cleaning ship

 

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31 January 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  8.45am: Japanese cruisers Nisshin and Tone arrived; Nisshin saluted 21 guns, forts returned; Nisshin saluted Commander-in-Chief 15 guns, returned by HMS Hawkins

  9.55am: Nisshin saluted Japanese Consul

10.20am: Nisshin saluted Commodore

12.05pm: Nisshin saluted General Officer Commanding Troops

12.30pm: Nisshin saluted Governor of Hong Kong

12.40pm: Nisshin saluted Commander-in-Chief

 

 

LOG BOOK – FEBRUARY 1920

 

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1 February 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  6.30am: Hands employed cleaning ship

 

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2 February 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  9.00am: HMS Hawkins proceeded to dry dock at Whampoa; Cottis CPO placed on sick list and detained on HMS Tamar

 

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3 February 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

10.45am: HMS Cairo [flagship] arrived

11.25am: HMS Sandpiper arrived

  2.00pm: Nisshin saluted Rear Admiral, HMS Cairo

  3.00pm: HMS Cairo secured along north wall

  4.30pm: HMS Cairo saluted Japanese Admiral 13 guns

 

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4 February 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  8.30am: USS Helena saluted Rear Admiral, HMS Cairo

  8.30am: HMS Cairo returned salute; USS Helena saluted Japanese Admiral; Nisshin returned salute

  3.30pm: Leading Stoker Marchant joined ship from HMS Tamar

 

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5 February 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  9.50am: USS Helena saluted Rear Admiral, HMS Cairo

  4.00pm: Japanese cruisers Nisshin and Tone left

  5.00pm: HMS Cairo sailed for Vladivostok

 

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6 February 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  9.20am: HMS Alacrity left proceeding west

11.30am: HMS Ambrose left north wall and secured to Triumph buoy

  1.30pm: HMS Alacrity arrived and secured to buoy

 

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7 February 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  1.15pm: HMS Hawkins secured alongside wall

 

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8 February 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  6.00am: Hands employed cleaning ship

 

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9 February 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  6.35am: Coal lighter alongside; commenced coaling

10.30am: Finished coaling; received 30 tons

  1.50pm: HMS Tarantula arrived and secured alongside oiler

 

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10 February 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  7.20am: Submarine L3 sailed

  7.55am: HMS Ambrose left camber

11.30am: HMS Tarantula left oiler and secured alongside north wall of camber

 

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11 February 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  9.00am: AB Passingham discharged to HMS Tamar sick

 

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12 February 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  6.00am: Hands employed cleaning ship

 

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13 February 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  8.00am: HMS Tamar fired court martial gun and hoisted Union Jack

  9.45am: HMS Alacrity proceeded West

  2.15pm: HMS Alacrity arrived and secured to north wall

 

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14 February 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  6.00am: Hands employed cleaning ship (Saturdays routine)

 

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15 February 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  9.50am : HMS Tarantula sailed

 

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16 February 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  8.00am: HMS Alacrity secured alongside HMS Hawkins

 

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17 February 1920

Hong Kong to Canton

Lat 22.2, Long 113.5

  9.25am: Slipped

10.48am: Tap Shek Kok

12.25pm: Sampan Chau

12.59pm: Chain Rock

  2.25pm: Collinson Barrier

  2.45pm: High Island

  3.15pm: Tai Mei Beacon

  4.10pm: Secured to British sloop Buoy

 

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18 February 1920

Canton

Lat 23.1, Long 113.4

  1.15pm: Hands employed painting

 

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19 February 1920

Canton

Lat 23.1, Long 113.4

  8.45am: Hands employed scrubbing deck cloths

 

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20 February 1920

Canton

Lat 23.1, Long 113.4

  8.45am: Hands employed cleaning ship

 

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21 February 1920

Canton

Lat 23.1, Long 113.4

  8.45am: Hands employed cleaning ship

 

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22 February 1920

Canton

Lat 23.1, Long 113.4

10.00am: All church parties fall in

11.45am: Church parties returned on board

 

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23 February 1920

Canton

Lat 23.1, Long 113.4

  6.30am: Hands employed cleaning ship

 

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24 February 1920

Canton

Lat 23.1, Long 113.4

  4.10pm: USS Pampanga arrived and secured to buoys

  4.50pm: Officer of guard paid official visit to USS Pampanga

  5.10pm: Officer of guard returned on board

 

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25 February 1920

Canton

Lat 23.1, Long 113.4

  6.45am: All available hands landed for exercise

  7.55am: Landing party returned

 

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26 February 1920

Canton to Hong Kong

Lat 22.2, Long 113.5

  9.52am: Slipped and proceeded

10.16am: Tai Mei Beacon

10.44am: High Island

11.47am: Passed Amhurst Point

12.45pm: Sampan Chau

  2.35pm: Tap Shek Kok

  3.35pm: Secured to No 10 buoy, Hong Kong Harbour

  3.50pm: ABs Innis and Herriot and Signalman Stock joined ship

  5.30pm: ABs Worcester and Edwards left ship for HMS Moorhen

 

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27 February 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  7.00am: Coal alongside

  8.05am: HMS Moorhen proceeded westward

10.45am: AB Cox discharged to HMS Tamar sick

Finished coaling; amount received 30 tons

 

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28 February 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  7.05am: Slipped from buoy; secured to east wall outside basin for watering purposes

  8.30am: Left wall and secured to buoy

 

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29 February 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  9.45am: Church parties left ship

11.00am: Church parties returned

 

 

LOG BOOK – MARCH 1920

 

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1 March 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  7.00am: Submarines L1, L3, L7, L9 left camber

  9.00am: HMS Ambrose secured to Triumph buoy

  9.20am: HMS Marazion moved from alongside to buoy

 

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2 March 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  8.50am: Slipped from buoy

  9.00am: Secured outside east wall of basin

10.15am: HMS Robin arrived and secured to buoy

11.30am: Left east wall and secured to buoy

11.45am: HMS Robin entered camber

  1.30pm: HMS Robin secured to buoy

  8.10pm: HMS Cairo entered harbour

 

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3 March 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  6.00am: Hands employed cleaning ship

 

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4 March 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

11.00am: Captain of HMS Cairo paid visit to HMS Fame

  1.25pm: HMS Tarantula proceeded eastwards

 

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5 March 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  9.00am: USS Helena arrived and saluted country 21 guns

10.00am: Rear Admiral, HMS Cairo, paid visit to HMS Fame

10.15am: Rear Admiral, HMS Cairo, left ship

  3.50pm: HMS Marazion left wall and secured to buoy

 

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6 March 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

10.00am: HMS Wivern and HMS Cherub undocked

 

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7 March 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  6.30am: Hands employed cleaning ship

 

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8 March 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  8.00am: HMS Tamar hoisted court martial jack and fired court martial gun

  9.30am: HMS Hawkins saluted Sir John Jordan 17 guns

  9.40am: HMS Cairo saluted Sir John Jordan 13 guns

11.40am: Oiler Pearleaf entered dry dock

  2.40pm: HMS Tarantula entered harbour

  3.00pm: Japanese battleship Fuji entered harbour and fired salute 21 guns

 

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9 March 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  8.00am: HMS Tamar hoisted court martial jack

  9.00am: HMS Marazion sailed

11.00am: A Leborgne discharged to HMS Tamar sick

11.30am: Japanese battleship saluted Vice Admiral 15 guns

11.45am: [Japanese battleship] saluted HMS Cairo 13 guns

      Noon: Japanese battleship saluted Commodore 11 guns

  2.40pm: HMS Marazion entered harbour

  4.15pm: Three ABs joined ship from HMS Tamar

 

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10 March 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

10.15am: Japanese battleship saluted General Officer Commanding Troops 13 guns

11.30am: HMS Marazion left harbour

     Noon: HMS Alacrity sailed with Commander-in-Chief on board

  1.20pm: HMS Hawkins sailed

 

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11 March 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

11.15am: Japanese battleship Fuji sailed

  3.15pm: HMS Cairo sailed

 

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12 March 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  6.45am: Coal lighter alongside

  7.15am: Commenced coaling

  9.15am: HMS Tarantula proceeded

  9.40am: HMS Tarantula returned

10.05am: Finished coaling

  2.00pm: Passingham AB rejoined ship from HMS Tamar

 

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13 March 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  6.30am: Hands employed cleaning ship (Saturdays routine)

 

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14 March 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  8.30am: Kearns Leading Seaman discharged to HMS Tamar sick

  8.50am: HMS Tarantula sailed

  4.00pm: Inniss AB left ship for HMS Cadmus for gunlayer's test

 

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15 March 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

10.10am: HMS Marazion sailed

  3.45pm: HMS Hawkins arrived

  5.00pm: HMS Cadmus arrived

 

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16 March 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  7.00am: Slipped and proceeded eastwards in company with HMS Hawkins, HMS Hawkins towing BP target

  9.05am: Passed Waglan Lighthouse

12.27pm: Anchored under lee of Po Toi in 13½ fathoms, 3 shackles of cable

  2.00pm: Four hand scrubbers lost overboard by accident

  3.05pm: Weighed and proceeded

  6.25pm: Secured to No 13 buoy, Hong Kong Harbour

 

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17 March 1920

 

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  8.20am: HMS Cairo arrived

10.00am: Callicott Stoker discharged to HMS Tamar sick

11.30am: HMS Cadmus secured to No 12 buoy

  1.15pm: HMS Ambrose and submarines L3, L4 and L7 sailed

 

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18 March 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  9.00am: HMS Cairo slipped from buoy and secured to north wall of camber

11.10am: USS Pampanga sailed

11.20am: HMS Marazion sailed

  1.00pm: HMS Hawkins sailed

  3.20pm: HMS Sandpiper sailed

 

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19 March 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  1.50pm: HMS Cadmus shifted berth to No 16 buoy

  7.20pm: AB Eaton sent to HMS Tamar to see Medical Officer

 

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20 March 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  6.00am: Hands employed cleaning ship (Saturdays routine)

 

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21 March 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  9.30am: Church parties left ship

11.00am: Church parties returned on board

 

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22 March 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

10.00am: HMS Kent removed from camber to Kowloon

  1.15pm: HMS Marazion arrived

 

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23 March 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  1.30pm: HMS Marazion sailed

 

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24 March 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  8.55am: Two Dutch men-of-war entered harbour; Tromp and Hertog Hendrik

Tromp fired 21 gun salute; forts returned

  9.10am: Tromp saluted Rear Admiral, HMS Cairo 13 guns; HMS Cairo returned

  9.17am: USS Helena saluted Dutch Commodore 11 guns; Tromp returned

10.35am: HMS Cairo saluted Dutch Commodore 11 guns

10.40am: Tromp saluted Dutch Consul 11 guns

10.55am: HMS Cairo saluted Dutch Commodore 11 guns for HMS Tamar

11.20am: Tromp saluted HMS Cairo 13 guns on paying visit

11.30am: [Probably Tromp] saluted Commodore on paying visit 11 guns

12.30pm: Tromp saluted Governor 17 guns

  2.20pm: HMS Moorhen arrived

         pm: Signalman Stock discharged sick

 

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25 March 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  1.10pm: Slipped and proceeded west

  1.45pm: Anchored Hami Wan in 5 fathoms of water, 2 shackles of cable

  4.55pm: Weighed and proceeded, course and speed as requisite carrying out exercises with military -- HM ship entered defended port in war time

  9.00pm: Secured to No 13 buoy, Hong Kong Harbour

 

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26 March 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  7.20am: HMS Moorhen placed in camber

  8.35am: HMS Tarantula sailed

  3.00pm: HMS Cairo saluted British ambassador to the imperial court at Tokyo, 19 guns

 

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27 March 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

10.15am: Submarine L4 arrived

10.35am: Tromp saluted General Officer Commanding Troops 13 guns

 

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28 March 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  9.30am: HMS Sandpiper sailed

 

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29 March 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  9.15am: HMS Moorhen docked

  9.30am: RFA Kharki docked

10.00am: HMS Marazion and HMS Moonshine arrived

11.50am: HMS Ambrose and submarines L1, L3, L7, L9 and L15 arrived

     Noon: Dutch warships Tromp and Hertog Hendrik sailed

 

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30 March 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  7.00am: Coal lighter alongside

  7.05am: Commenced Coaling.

11.00am: Finished coaling; amount received 35 tons

 

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31 March 1920

 

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  2.00pm: Kearns Leading Seaman rejoined ship from hospital

 

 

LOG BOOK – APRIL 1920

 

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1 April 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  8.30am: HMS Ambrose and submarines secured alongside north wall of camber

10.00am: Three ratings left ship for passage home

 

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2 April 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  6.00am: Hands employed cleaning ship

 

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3 April 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  6.30am: Hands employed cleaning ship (Saturdays routine)

 

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4 April 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  7.55am: Hands to quarters, clean guns

 

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5 April 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

10.10am: HMS Cadmus sailed

10.25am: HMS Cairo left camber and secured to buoy

11.00am: HMS Robin arrived

 

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6 April 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  3.20pm: HMS Tarantula arrived

 

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7 April 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  7.00am: HMS Ambrose and submarines shifted to flag buoy

  9.15am: Men for test left ship for hospital

11.30am: Party returned from hospital; Submarine L15 entered camber

 

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8 April 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  9.00am: Andrews AB discharged to HMS Tamar sick

 

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9 April 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  6.00am: Slipped and proceeded

  6.05am: HMS Ambrose and submarines slipped and proceeded

  6.45am: In company with HMS Cairo; discharged ratings taking passage to HMS Cairo

  7.35am: Proceeded in search of capsized junk

  9.36am: HMS Cairo commenced firing (1 run)

  9.45am: Run completed

  9.50am: Proceeded in search of capsized junk

12.50pm: Secured to No 13 buoy

  4.00pm: Leading Stoker Murphy discharged to HMS Tamar for discharge to shore

 

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10 April 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  9.45am: Clayton SPO joined ship from HMS Tamar

10.05am: HMS Cairo entered harbour; HMS Moorhen and RFA Kharki undocked, HMS Tarantula and HMS Robin docked

 

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11 April 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  8.15am: Clayton SPO discharged to HMS Tamar sick

 

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12 April 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  3.15pm: HMS Cadmus arrived

 

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13 April 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  6.30am: Hands employed cleaning ship

 

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14 April 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  9.00am: Seven stokers discharged to shore on strike duty

  9.10am: HMS Titania and submarines L2, L5, L8, L19, L20 and L33 arrived

10.00am: Admiralty Oiler Francol arrived

      Noon: Portugese gun boat arrived

  5.00pm: Signalman Bell joined ship from HMS Cairo

 

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15 April 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  6.50am: HMS Titania and submarines secured along north wall of camber

 

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16 April 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  6.30am: Hands employed cleaning ship

 

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17 April 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  6.30am: Hands employed cleaning ship (Saturdays routine)

 

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18 April 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  9.00am: Four stokers joined ship from HMS Cadmus

  9.45am: Three stokers joined ship from HMS Robin, HMS Moorhen and HMS Tarantula

12.30pm: Leading Signalman Wheeler left ship for HMS Tamar prior to discharge to shore

 

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19 April 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  9.00am: HMS Tarantula and HMS Robin undocked

  9.30am: HMS Cairo docked

  4.00pm: Seven stokers lent to ship discharged to their ships

  5.30pm: USS Pampanga arrived

 

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20 April 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  6.00am: Hands employed cleaning ship

 

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21 April 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  6.00am: Hands employed cleaning ship

 

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22 April 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  7.10am: Commenced coaling ship

  8.00am: Four gun metal boats' crutches lost overboard by accident

10.35am: Finished coaling; amount received 35 tons

 

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23 April 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  7.30am: USS Pampanga sailed

 

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24 April 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

10.00am: USS Helena sailed

12.23pm: HMS Cairo undocked

  2.30pm: Seven stokers returned on board after being relieved from strike duty

  3.55pm: Worcester AB joined ship; Quantrill AB left ship for HMS Moorhen

 

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25 April 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  9.45am: Church parties left ship

11.20am: Church parties returned on board

 

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26 April 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  8.00am: Hands employed painting ship

 

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27 April 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  8.30am: Mr Pickup Artificer Engineer joined ship from HMS Tamar

  3.15pm: Wylie ERA joined ship from HMS Robin; Feast ERA left ship for HMS Robin

 

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28 April 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  5.15pm: Signalman Bell discharged to HMS Cairo; Ordinary Signalman White joined ship from HMS Titania

 

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29 April 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

11.30am: HMS Cairo slipped from buoy and proceeded eastwards

 

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30 April 1920

 

Hong Kong to Macau to Hong Kong

Lat 22.2, Long 113.5

  8.50am: His Excellency Sir Reginald Stubbs, Governor of Hong Kong, Lady Stubbs and Aide-de-camp boarded; paraded guard and broke flag of HE Governor

  8.53am: Slipped and proceeded

11.32am: Fort Monte fired 17 gun salute

11.41am: Secured to buoy

11.45am: Portugese gunboat Patria fired 17 gun salute

11.48am: HE Governor, Lady Stubbs, Aide-de-camp and Captain landed at Macau

11.50am: Portugese officer of guard paid official visit

12.10pm: Officer of guard left ship to pay official visit

12.20pm: Officer of guard returned on board

  4.58pm: HE Governor and party returned on board

  5.05pm: Portugese gunboat Patria fired 17 gun salute

  5.10pm: Slipped and proceeded

  7.55pm: Secured to No 13 buoy, Hong Kong Harbour; HE Governor and party left ship

 

 

LOG BOOK – MAY 1920

 

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1 May 1920

 

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

10.15am: Paid monthly money

 

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2 May 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  9.30am: Church parties left ship

11.15am: Church parties returned

 

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3 May 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

10.35am: HMS Moorhen sailed

  1.30pm: Callicott Stoker rejoined ship from HMS Tamar

 

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4 May 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  2.00pm: Stokers Sowry and MacGregor joined ship from HMS Tamar; Stokers Tucker and Byrne left ship for HMS Tamar

  4.15pm: HMS Sandpiper arrived

 

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5 May 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  6.00am: Hands employed cleaning ship

 

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6 May 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  8.00am: Dressed ship overall

     Noon: HMS Tamar fired salute of 21 guns in commemoration of His Majesty's accession

The future George VI was created Duke of York, Earl of Inverness and Baron Killarney on 4 May 1920

  1.20pm: Stoker Maggs left ship for HMS Robin

  6.50pm: Undressed ship

 

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7 May 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  9.35am: HMS Robin sailed

 

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8 May 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  6.00am: Hands employed cleaning ship (Saturdays routine)

 

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9 May 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

10.55am: HMS Carlisle arrived; saluted Commodore 7 guns

11.00am: HMS Tamar returned salute

 

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10 May 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  8.45am: Submarines L8, L19 and L20 undocked

10.25am: HMS Carlisle docked

 

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11 May 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

10.00am: HMS Sandpiper sailed

  2.00pm: HMS Cadmus entered camber

 

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12 May 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  2.00pm: Quarters clean guns

 

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13 May 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  1.15pm: Hands employed cleaning mess decks

 

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14 May 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  2.00pm: Quarters clean guns

 

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15 May 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

12.30pm: Portuguese gunboat Patria entered harbour; saluted Commodore 11 guns; HMS Tamar returned salute

  2.00pm: Patria saluted Portuguese Consul 11 guns

  5.15pm: Patria proceeded to dock

 

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16 May 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  6.30am: Hands employed cleaning ship

 

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17 May 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  7.30am: HMS Carlisle slipped and proceeded alongside oiler

  2.30pm: Hallums AB left ship for HMS Tamar,Stoker Little and AB Stadgeon joined ship from HMS Tamar; HMS Carlisle sailed with target in tow

 

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18 May 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  6.00am: Hands employed cleaning ship

 

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19 May 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  9.00am: HMS Tarantula undocked

  9.30am: HMS Titania entered dry dock

  2.00pm: CERA Bain joined ship from HMS Tamar

  3.30pm: CERA McLean left ship for HMS Tamar

 

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20 May 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  6.00am: Hands employed cleaning ship

 

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21 May 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

10.40am: Lieutenant Herbert C Millett joined ship from HMS Cadmus and assumed command

11.00am: Lieutenant Walter C Hake RNR left ship for HMS Tamar

“His Excellency the Governor has been pleased to appoint Lieutenant-Commander Walter Conway Hake RNR to act as Assistant Harbour Master, with effect from the 1st June, 1920.” Hong Kong Government Gazette, June 4, 1920

 

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22 May 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  8.50am: Portuguese gunboat Patria sailed

11.25am: HMS Titania undocked

 

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23 May 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  7.45am: Secure; hands to breakfast

 

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24 May 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

11.30am: Afternoon watchmen to dinner

 

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25 May 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  6.15am: Landing party left ship; remaining hands scrub and wash upper deck

  7.00am: Landing party returned

 

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26 May 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  8.00am: Dressed ship

  9.50am: Submarines L20 and L8 entered camber

10.15am: HMS Tarantula left harbour

11.00am: HMS Tarantula entered harbour

     Noon: HMS Tamar fired royal salute

  3.00pm: Cooper Telegraphist left ship for HMS Tamar; Brown Telegraphist joined ship from HMS Tamar

 

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27 May 1920

Hong Kong to Hainan

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

10.50am: HMS Tarantula left harbour steaming east

11.35am: HMS Tarantula secured to buoy

  5.10pm: Commenced coaling

  7.30pm: Finished coaling, 40 tons

  8.25pm: Slipped and proceeded east

10.15pm: Waglan abeam

 Midnight: Gap Rock abeam

 

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28 May 1920

Hong Kong to Hainan

Lat 20.8, Long 111.0

  4.10am: Altered course to starboard to close steamer Tam Sang

  4.30am: Stopped both

  4.45am: Proceeded

  4.39pm: North Taya Island abeam

  6.25pm: Anchored 2½ shackles

 

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29 May 1920

Hong Kong to Hainan

Lat 20.2, Long 110.2

  7.55am: Out collision mat; placed over outlet of condenser

12.34pm: Courses as requisite for entering Hainan Strait

  1.10pm: Came to with starboard anchor in 14 fathoms, veered to 2½ shackles

  1.25pm: Whaler left to investigate wreck

  1.58pm: Weighed and proceeded

  4.16pm: Came to with starboard anchor in 2½ fathoms, veered to 2½ shackles at Hoi How [Haikou]

 

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30 May 1920

Hoi How

Lat 20.0, Long 110.3

  5.30pm: Coal junks came alongside; commenced coaling

Officers of SS Fausang aboard

SS Fausang ran aground off Hainan Spit on May 26, 1920

  7.20pm: Finished coaling, 20 tons

 

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31 May 1920

Hoi How to Hong Kong

Lat 20.8, Long 111.0

  5.06am: Weighed and proceeded

  5.20am: St John Island N18E

  7.00am: Passed wreck

12.20pm: Reduced to 15 knots owing to shortage of coal

10.50pm: Gap Rock Lighthouse N45E

 

 

LOG BOOK – JUNE 1920

 

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1 June 1920

Hoi How to Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

12.44am: Gap Rock S50E

  6.05am: Secured to No 13 buoy

  6.15am: Disembarked officers of SS Fausang

  6.15am: USS Helena slipped and proceeded west

 

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2 June 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  7.00am: Coal lighter alongside

  8.50am: Finished coaling; coal received 20 tons

  9.20am: Submarine L19 entered camber

  1.10pm: Portuguese gunboat Patria entered harbour and secured to No 5 buoy

 

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3 June 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

     Noon: HMS Tamar fired royal salute 21 guns; Portuguese gunboat Patria fired royal salute

  4.15pm: ERA Smith discharged to HMS Tamar

  5.00pm: HMS Titania left north wall of camber and secured to buoy

  5.20pm: Submarines L8, L19 and L20 left camber and proceeded to Kowloon

  5.41pm: HMS Sandpiper entered camber

 

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4 June 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  9.00am: Submarine L19 slipped buoy and proceeded into camber

  9.05am: Submarine L20 slipped buoy and proceeded into camber

  9.53am: HMS Titania secured to north wall outside camber

10.58am: SS Professor slipped south wall and proceeded west

11.15am: Portuguese gunboat Patria fired salute

 

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5 June 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  8.05am: Patria slipped and proceeded west

11.30am: HMS Tamar saluted Governor 17 guns

  1.10pm: ERA McCarthy joined ship from HMS Tamar

 

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6 June 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

11.55am: Commodore paid official visit

 

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7 June 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  9.10am: Submarine L8 slipped and proceeded into camber; Submarine L19 proceeded west

  3.10pm: Submarine L19 entered harbour from west and proceeded alongside north wall of camber

 

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8 June 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  2.00pm: Hands fall in; employed painting upper structure

 

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9 June 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  6.00am: Fall in; hands employed scrubbing decks

 

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10 June 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

10.00am: Submarines L8, L19 and L20 left camber, proceeded west

10.35am: USS Helena entered harbour, secured to buoy and saluted Commodore 11 guns

10.37am: HMS Tamar returned salute 11 guns

  2.00pm: Dressed ship

  5.30pm: Submarines L8, L19, L20 entered harbour

  5.45pm: HMS Tamar, forts and USS Helena fired royal salute 21 guns

  6.05pm: HMS Tamar and shore battery fired royal salute 21 guns

  7.00pm: Undressed ship

  7.05pm: HMS Tamar fired royal salute

 

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11 June 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  9.00am: Hands clean mess deck and small arms

 

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12 June 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  8.15am: Kowloon working party left ship

  9.20am: HMS Magnolia and HMS Cicala entered harbour from east

  9.50am: Kowloon working party returned

10.45am: HMSs Colombo, Cricket, Bluebell, Moth, Hollyhock, Mantis, Foxglove and Cockchafer entered harbour from east

 

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13 June 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  6.30am: Scrub decks

 

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14 June 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  8.15am: Submarine L2 undocked; secured alongside HMS Titania

11.30am: Submarines L5 and 33 undocked; secured to buoy

  2.10pm: HMS Hollyhock and HMS Bluebell left camber

  3.00pm: HMS Mantis left camber; secured to wall

 

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15 June 1920

Hong Kong to Swatow

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  8.40am: Slipped and proceeded

  9.40am: Sighted Submarine L8 on surface

10.41am: Sighted Submarine L20 breaking surface

11.21am: Sighted Submarine L19 breaking surface

12.55pm: Parted company

 

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16 June 1920

Hong Kong to Swatow

Lat 23.4, Long 116.7

  4.21am: Good Hope Lighthouse abeam

  7.05am: Came to in 6 fathoms, veered 2¼ shackles at Swatow, off Consul's pier

10.15am: Captain paid official call on Consul

  2.45pm: HBM Consul returned call

 

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17 June 1920

Swatow to Hong Kong

Lat 23.4, Long 116.7

  2.30pm: Weighed

  7.15pm: Set course S73W for Waglan

  9.15pm: One pair binoculars, pattern 1, lost overboard by accident

 

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18 June 1920

Swatow to Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  9.45am: Hoisted paying off pendant

10.35am: Secured to No 13 buoy

11.05am: HMS Hollyhock slipped buoy and secured to wall

 

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19 June 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  8.00am: HMS Cockchafer entered harbour

  8.30am: HMS Cricket towed to buoy

10.05am: HMS Cricket towed back to north wall

10.10am: French Man-o-War Desvaix fired royal salute

10.15am: Forts returned salute

11.15am: Submarines L8 and L19 secured alongside HMS Titania

 

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20 June 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  9.30am: HMSs Bluebell, Hollyhock, Mantis, Cricket and Cockchafer left harbour steaming east

 

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21 June 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

11.00am: Taken in tow by St Monance and berthed alongside north wall in camber

11.30am: French Man-o-War saluted British flag 17 guns

     Noon: French Man-o-War saluted Commodore 11 guns

  3.30pm: Finished discharging ammunition

  5.00pm: White Ordinary Signalman left ship for HMS Titania

 

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22 June 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  8.00am: Dressed ship

  8.45am: Hands employed taking out guns

     Noon: HMS Tamar ,HMS Colombo, forts and Desvaix (French) fired royal salute 21 guns

  1.10pm: Submarine L20 undocked and secured to HMS Titania

 

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23 June 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  7.50am: French Man-o-War entered harbour

10.15am: Desvaix (French) fired salute 15 guns

  1.35pm: Finished discharging coal from ship

 

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24 June 1920

 

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  7.30am: Submarine L33 left camber and secured alongside HMS Titania

  2.00pm: Shifted from north wall to alongside HMS Cadmus on east wall

 

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25 June 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  8.45am: Hands striking topmast etc

10.30am: Submarines L19, L20, L5, L33 and L8 and HMS Titania left harbour steaming east

 

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26 June 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  9.15am: USS Helena entered harbour

  9.30am: Returned boats; USS Helena saluted Desvaix (French) 11 guns

  9.35am: Desvaix (French) returned salute 11 guns

10.06am: HMS Robin entered harbour

 

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27 June 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  8.45am: Hands fall in; employed as requisite

 

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28 June 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  1.30pm: Hands employed preparing to transfer baggage to HMS Tamar and clearing up decks

  3.00pm: Discharged ship's company to HMS Tamar

 

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29 June 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  9.00am: Hands returned on board, employed returning stores and clearing up ship in general

11.30am: Ship's company left for dinner on board HMS Tamar

  2.30pm: HMS Colombo undocked; HMS Curlew docked

 

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30 June 1920

Hong Kong

Lat 22.3, Long 114.2

  9.00am: Ship's company returned on board and employed clearing up decks in general

10.00am: Commander of Dockyard's inspection

10.30am: Ship paid off and passed into dockyard hands

 

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