The steam ship Borda made numerous Voyages to Australia in the first half of the 20th Century
The BORDA described as a Steel Twin Screw Steamer, 11,199 gross or 7,008 net tons was built in 1913 at Greenock a port town near Glasgow in Scotland by Caird & Co.Ltd. She had her maiden voyage in 1914 to Australia and then became a troop ship in World War 1
- From London on Wednesday, September 16, 1914 - Arriving Port Adelaide's, Outer Harbor on Monday, October 26, 1914. Via Cape Town (9 October, 1914). Captain G. A. Millington. 
- From London on Monday, December 8, 1919 - arriving at Port Adelaide's, Outer Harbor Friday, January 23, 1920. Via Cape Town (Arrived 2 January, 1920). Captain J. McI. Borland. 
- From London on July 7, 1921 - arriving at Sydney's Central Wharf on September 12, 1921. Via South Africa, Fremantle on August 24, 1921, Adelaide September 1, 1921 and Melbourne on the September 5, 1921. Captain J. M. Borland carrying nearly 1150 immigrants. 
- From London on December 22, 1921 - Via firstly Adelaide on February 2, 1922, Melbourne on February 6, 1922 and finally terminating at Sydney on February 9, 1922. Captain G. E. Butler and Surgeon-superintendent Mr. Gore Gillon carrying exservicemen and free settlers. 
- From London on Tuesday, May 30, 1922 - arriving at Port Adelaide's, Outer Harbor on Wednesday, July 19, 1922. Via Cape Town. Captain R. Holland. 
- From London on Wednesday, November 15, 1922 - arriving at Port Adelaide's, Outer Harbor on Tuesday, December 26, 1922. Captain R. Holland. 
- From London March 26/27, 1924 - via Capetown, South Africa on Friday April 13, 1924 and arriving firstly at Fremantle on May 4, 1924, Adelaide on May 15, 1924 and then Melbourne on May 18, 1924. Finally terminating at Sydney's No. 9 Central Wharf on the 22nd of May, 1924. Captain Holland and Alfred G. Terry Surgeon-superintendent. 
- From London on July 28, 1927 - arriving at Adelaide on September 8, 1927, Melbourne on September 13, 1927, Launceston on September 14, 1927 and finally Sydney on September 19, 1927. Captain Frank Wyatt and Surgeon-superintendent J. Neville Hargreaves and a total of well over 800 immigrants including 46 Dreadnought boys for Sydney. 
- From London on January 10, 1929 - arriving at Fremantle on February 13, 1929, then Port Adelaide's, Outer Harbor on Wednesday, February 20/21, 1929. Then landing in Victoria on February 25, 1929, then New South Wales on March 1, 1929 and finally terminating at Brisbane on March 9, 1929. Captain Francis Newton Wyatt & Surgeon-superintendent Harry R. Stebbings.  & 
- BORDA from the Passengers In History website, An initiative of the South Australian Maritime Museum. first accessed 10th of January, 2020 at: http://passengersinhistory.sa.gov.au/node/921502
- Photograph of cargo passenger ship BORDA from the Australian National Maritime Museum website. first accessed online on the 10th of January, 2020 at: http://collections.anmm.gov.au/en/objects/106863/photograph-of-cargo-passenger-ship-borda;jsessionid=80431423EB6CFBFE0243EEE62FA49CF5
- NEW ARRIVALS BY BORDA. from The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957) of Tuesday 7 February 1922, Page 9. first accessed online on the 12th of January, 2020 at: https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/4705636?
- The Daily News (Perth, WA : 1882 - 1950) of Tuesday 6 May 1924, Page 4. first accessed 10th of January, 2020 at: 
- HAPPY SHIP: Borda Brings Migrants from the News (Adelaide, SA : 1923 - 1954) of Wednesday 14 May 1924, Page 2. first accessed 10th of January, 2020 at: https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/129724620?
- MIGRANTS ON BORDA. from The Argus (Melbourne, Vic. : 1848 - 1957) of Wednesday 14 September 1927, Page 26. first accessed 12th of January, 2020 at: https://trove.nla.gov.au/newspaper/article/3879119?
- Search results including passengers lists from Records available on the National Archives of Australia website at: https://recordsearch.naa.gov.au/SearchNRetrieve/Interface/SearchScreens/BasicSearch.aspx
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