Daily News (Kingston, ON), Dec. 4, 1868
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p.2 The Wrecked Frances Smith - The employees of Messrs. Calvin & Breck are busily at work on the steamer at Byng Inlet, Georgian Bay. The diving apparatus started per railway early yesterday morning in care of Mr. Jaquith.
Additional Vessels Laid Up - The barque Bessie Berwick, at Garden Island; the propeller Brantford at the shipyard to await repairs; the schooner Richardson, light, from Montreal, at Garden Island; the schooners Lily, Sea Bird and Pearl, at the Batteau Channel. The barque Arabia went off the ways at the shipyard yesterday, having completed her repairs. The Robert Gaskin is in winter quarters at Maitland.
-The barque Arabia went off the ways at the ship yard yesterday, having completed her repairs. The Robert Gaskin is in winter quarters at Maitland.
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- Dec. 4, 1868
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- Rick Neilson
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