The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Robert Mills (Propeller), collision & aground, 9 Sep 1894

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Mackinaw City, Sept. 10 - The big wooden stmr. ROBERT MILLS and the Union Liner H.J. JEWETT collided about 2:30 yesterday afternoon near Waugoshence Light, in the Straits of Mackinac. The MILLS was seriously injured and run ashore. The JEWETT's iron hull had apparently suffered no injury and she went on her way. The collision occurred in the thick fog which hung on the lake. The MILLS was bound up with a cargo of coal and the JEWETT has package freight and grain from Chicago to Buffalo. The MILLS passed Mackinaw City at 1:30 this afternoon and the JEWETT reported here at 6:00 P.M., over 3 hours after the collision. The wrecker FAVORITE, with steam pumps and a diver, has been ordered to the MILLS. The injured boat is owned by Mills & Co. of Buffalo and is a
large size wooden steamer.
      Buffalo Enquirer
      September 10, 1894 7-1

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Reason: collision & aground
Lives: nil
Freight: coal
Remarks: Got off
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William R. McNeil
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Robert Mills (Propeller), collision & aground, 9 Sep 1894