The Maritime History of the Great Lakes
Daily News (Kingston, ON), Dec. 4, 1872

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p.1 The following vessels are laid up for the winter at Picton harbor, and are being dismantled: steamers Picton and Norfolk; schooners Babineau & Gaudry, C. Gearing, Picton, J.W. Langmuir, Belle Case, Belle of Hamilton and Ontario.

-The new vessel being built at Mr. Redmond's shipyard during the summer for W. Ross & Co., was launched on Wednesday last, and christened the Flora Emma. She is a well-built craft, and has a carrying capacity of 9,000 bushels. The schooner Sarah Bond will be put on the ways at once preparatory to being rebuilt. In addition to this it is the intention of the shipbuilders to lay the keel of another vessel, which will be pushed forward without delay. [Picton Gazette]

p.2 Insurance - Captain Douglass, agent of the Western Marine Insurance Company in which the steamer York had a policy, is in the city investigating the facts connected with that accident.

p.3 Imports - Dec. 3rd - Barge Robin, Montreal, J. Carruthers & Co., 42 bxs sugar candy.

Str. Pierrepont, Cape Vincent, (mixed cargo).

Dec. 4th - Schr. M. Drayton, Oswego, Folger Bros. 5,000 bush corn.

Str. Pierrepont, Cape Vincent, (mixed cargo).

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Daily News (Kingston, ON), Dec. 4, 1872