Times: Wednesday, December 13, 1911, Issue 39767 – “The Austrian steamer Grof Tisza Istvan, was in collision with the steamer Condor at Portland, Dorset and was beached in Portland Harbour holed amidships and with the engine room and stokehold full of water. The Gróf Tisza Istvan is owned by the Hungarian Levant Steamship Company, and was bound from Galatz for Antwerp with a cargo of grain and timber. She is a vessel of 2,939 tons, built in 1904, and valued at £177,500. The Condor, a vessel of 651 tons, built in 1895, had her stem staved in and the forepeak full of water. She was bound from Marseilles for Landscrena with a cargo of oilcake.”

(Collision with CONDOR) [13/12/1911]

Day of Loss: 13

Month of Loss: 12

Year of Loss: 1911



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