c.1908 A small boat from the S.S. ̀Governor Musgrave' landing cargo at Vivonne Bay, Kangaroo Island. SLSA [PRG 280/1/4/115]
1908. Men working on constructing a jetty at Weirs Cove near Cape du Couedic on the south-west coast of Kangaroo Island, South Australia; the steamship 'Governor Musgrave' is waiting offshore. SLSA [PRG 280/1/43/3]
1908 The "Governor Musgrave" at anchor, Kangaroo Beach, whilst telegraph materials are being rowed ashore; a woman identified as Miss Judell watches in the foreground. SLSA [PRG 280/1/1/336]
c.1912. A group of men landed on the beach at Emu Bay, north of Kingscote on Kangaroo Island, the South Australian Customs steamboat 'Governor Musgrave' can be seen waiting offshore in the background; Arthur Searcy stands fourth from the right, others in the group but not identified are Mr.Bristowe, E.P.Clarke, and Warden Campbell. SLSA [PRG 280/1/15/1129]
1913 The South Australian Customs Department vessel SS 'Governor Musgrave' at sea near Harveys Return, Cape Borda, Kangaroo Island. SLSA [PRG 280/1/44/566]
The "S.S. Karatta" weekly mail and passenger carrier. c.1947. SLSA B 22094.
Kangaroo Island Transport From "E.W." Penneshaw:—Is it not possible for Kangaroo Island folks to get transport across Backstairs Passage the same as we had for seven years? It was the best service the island has ever had. At present we have one boat a week, leaving Port Adelaide at 6 p.m., and the Penneshaw people do not arrive at their destination until 1030 a.m. (or later) next day. During the summer the producers will get only second grade price for cream. &c., whereas, when we had quick transport, it was delivered each day. A boat-road service, if only three days a week, would be cheaper than planes.POINTS FROM LETTERS (1942, September 3). The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1931 - 1954), p. 8. http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article48881498