29th May 1917

At sea. About 10-30 a.m. we sighted ahead a large steamer and a two-funnelled cruiser. On getting closer and through exchange of signals we learnt that the steamer was inspecting cable and the cruiser (Isis) was acting as escort. These are the first ships seen since leaving the trade route off America.

At noon today we were due South of the Great Newfoundland Bank.

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