1900 Hurricane USRC Galveston

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1900 Hurricane
USRC Galveston - GOVERNMENT RELIEF VESSELS. WASHINGTON, Sept...
GOVERNMENT RELIEF VESSELS. WASHINGTON, Sept ,13. -A -A telegram has been received at the Treasury from the Collector of Customs at Mobile, Ala., saying that the cutter Winona had sailed for Galveston Galveston with 25 tons of provisions, and that the Algonquin And Onondaga" would be loaded as soon as they arrived. -The -The revenue cutter Galveston . safely passed through the great storm., and the crew also Is safe. - It was feared "that the cutter had been driven to sea and, lost The Treasury Department . has wired Gov. Bayers that the Galveston Is at his disposal for any service for which she may be needed. The Lighthouse Board has ordered the tender Mangrove, now In Southern waters, to proceed to Galveston and render all necessary aid to the light stations in the track of the recent storm.

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  1. The New York Times,
  2. 14 Sep 1900, Fri,
  3. Page 3

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