National Geographic : 1937 Feb
o Photograph from The Sydney Sun AN AUSTRALIAN AIRMAN VIEWS THE FULL-RIGGED SHIP "JOSEPH CONRAD" LEAVING SYDNEY, BOUND ROUND THE COAST TO MELBOURNE Making more than nine knots, the little ship boils along with all sails set. But conditions soon changed. The passage of669 miles took 13days and turned out tobe the stormiest of all. While the Conrad was successfully fighting Tasman Sea gales, the 2,000-ton Australian steamer Paringa "went missing with allhands."