R. Hallaran (Schooner), U110434, collision, 26 Sep 1883
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PILOT AND HALLORAN COLLISION
The Former Craft Adrift.
[Special Telegram to the Inter Ocean]
Manitowoc, Wis., Sept. 27. -- The schooners PILOT and HALLORAN collided off Port Washington last night. The PILOT had on a cargo of shingles, bound up, and the HALLORAN was light, bound down. The extent of the damage to the PILOT is not known, as the crew immediately abandoned her and took to the HALLORAN. The latter sustained but slight injuries. The tug CYCLONE went out to the HALLORAN this morning and brought the crew of the PILOT in here. They were half clad, some being attired in nothing but pants and shirt, and the crew state that they were neither offered clothing nor food by the HALLORAN crew.
The tug CYVLONE has gone in search of the PILOT. The cause of the collision is unexplained.
J.W. Hall Great lakes marine Scrapbook, September, 1883
The Schooner PILOT and HALLORAN collided off Port Washington on the 26th. ult. The PILOT had a cargo of shingles, bound up, and the HALLARON light, bound down. The extent of the damages to the PILOT is not known, as the crew immediately abandoned her and took to the HALLARON. The latter sustained but slight injuries. The Tug CYCLONE went out to the HALLARON this morning and brought the crew of the PILOT in here. They were half clad, some being attired in nothing but pants and shirt. - Manitowoc Report.
Oct. 4, 1883
Schooner R. HALLARAN. U. S. No. 110434. Of 698.20 tons gross. Built Toledo, O., 1880. Home port, Toledo, O. 189.0 x 36.0 x 16.0.
Merchant Vessel List, U. S., 1885
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Wisconsin, United States
- William R. McNeil
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Maritime History of the Great Lakes