Daily Onboard Newspapers and Stock Reports - 1910 Travel Guide
Quite a number of ships have daily newspapers, thanks to the wireless. The news columns are meagre, but serve at least to take away the "cutoff" feeling.
MAKING READY ON THE ELECTRIC PRESS
To Print The Daily Newspaper With The Marconi Messages
Photo 136 - Editing The Daily Newspaper
The reproduction on next page shows that it is hardly a substitute for the New York "Sun" or "Times." The Cunard Company inaugurated this service. A small price (Id.) on the Cunard line is charged for the papers and a set for the voyage is also sold.
Front Cover of the Cunard Daily Bulletin - S.S. Lusitania Wednesday, June 10, 1908
Many of the latest ships receive stock reports almost all the way over. Some lines do not care to give information of this character, thinking that the voyage should be devoted to recuperation. The reports are, of course. sent by wireless and relayed from ship to ship, when necessary.