A new article of mine, The Almerian and the Mount Temple - A Tale of Two Ships, was first published in the December 2012 issue of the Atlantic Daily Bulletin, journal of the British Titanic Society. It deals with the movements of two vessels, Mount Temple and Almerian, on the morning of April 15, 1912, following the Titanic disaster. Mount Temple has in the past been implicated by supporters of Capt. Stanley Lord of the SS Californian as the possible mystery ship seen from Titanic that failed to respond to Titanic's distress signals. Almerian was identified by Capt. Lord as the small tramp steamer that he saw going northward near where Mount Temple was stopped while he was heading southward on the western side of the ice field before cutting across the field to reach the rescue ship Carpathia on the other side. This article deals with various claims and allegations that have been made concerning Mount Temple based on new, hard evidence that has been uncovered dealing with the movements of Almerian. It shows that neither Mount Temple nor Almerian had anything to do with the so called 'mystery ship' seen from Titanic, and calls into suspect the Almerian account handwritten by Capt. Lord detailing her movements on the morning of April 15. This article is now available in PDF format for viewing on-line at http://www.titanicology.com/Californian/The_Almerian_and_the_Mount_Temple.pdf.