S.S. Ladysmith, 1900

Posted: November 10, 2013 in Boats
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boat0022The S.S. Ladysmith at what could be the Cornwall Wharf, at the south tip of Augustus St., just east of the present location of the Wood House, ca. 1900.

The Ladysmith was likely named in honour of the British victory over the Boer’s in 1900 when the siege of Ladysmith was successfully raised by Imperial troops.

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