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Digital Subscriptions > Campbeltown Courier > 23rd September 2016 > ONE HUNDRED YEARS AGO SEPTEMBER 23 1916

ONE HUNDRED YEARS AGO SEPTEMBER 23 1916

Skipper drowned at Rothesay DONALD M’Vean, master of the yawl Armide, at present at anchor in Rothesay Bay, was drowned on Monday night.

The Armide is engaged in what is known as the Albatross Mission, and a party of those on board have been conducting evangelistic meetings on Rothesay Esplanade during the past two weeks.

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