My Mother’s Scrapbook: Early Automobiles – (1913-1919)


“In 1916, W.K. Rogers of Charlottetown offered his car to a young officer to visit his family in Tignish before going overseas. It was the first car to be driven from Charlottetown to Tignish. Rogers was fined several times, but he never paid them.”
from The Guardian

We continue the entertaining excerpts featured in the news clipping about “Early Troubles of Automobiles” by Neil A. Matheson, Provincial-Farm Editor, published in The Guardian, March 1, 1963 (Hazel Beer’s scrapbook):

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