1929 - 18 June: An Là TB.

TB Macaulay visits Uig.

Public Notices, Stornoway Gazette, 19 April 1929:

1929 Summer Excursion

from Canada and USA to Stornoway

The Canadian Pacific Liner “Minnedosa” leaving Montreal on June 8, 1929, will make a special call at Stornoway with Lewis Folks from Canada and the United States.

Mr TB Macaulay, Montreal, who will lead the Clans-Folk on their pilgrimage to the Homeland, sails by this Steamer for the purposes of Opening the New Town Hall and Municipal Buildings at Stornoway. Special Rates of Passage are offered intending Overseas Excursionists to Stornoway sailing on the “Minnedosa”.

Full particulars regarding Fares, etc, may be obtained from Murdo Maclean, Steamship Agent, Stornoway; the Canadian Pacific Company, 25 Bothwell Street, Glasgow; or any Canadian Pacific Office or Shipping Agent in Canada or the United States.

TB Macaulay and party arrived in Stornoway on Saturday 15 June 1929.