Tag Archives: animal diseases

2014.115.10

Newsletter `An Tirisdeach`, No. 442, 15/05/2009

Local news: article about whether Tiree’s health service is prepared for an outbreak of Swine Flu; Gordon Scott’s ‘Himalayan Odyssey’; An Iodhlann’s ‘Sheaves from the Stackyard’; cruise ship visit to Tiree; Alec MacLean’s poem ‘Na Muileann Gaoithe‘; Tiree 10K; reporter’s notes about Ian Sharp’s continuing illness and a light aircraft belonging to a Belgian couple who have bought a house on the island; SWRI news; fundraising for the Pre-5 school garden; advert for an Agri-plastic recycling service; A&B councillor’s report on the condition of Argyll’s roads; John Bowler’s RSPB news; AGM of Tiree Community Development Trust.

2018.54.4

Collection of 36 original colour photographs, including the Reading Room and first exhibitions, Whitehouse Cattle Show, houses Taigh a’ Bhochdainn and Lag nan Cruach before renovation, ploughing demonstration, Tiree district nurses, Tiree football team ca. 1999. Most are catalogued separately (see 2018.54.5 – 27).

2013.82.13

Notice from the Edinburgh Gazette 1917 regarding movements of sheep under the Diseases of Animals Act 1914

Printed transcript of a notice from the Edinburgh Gazette 1917 regarding the law concerning the movement of sheep and sheep-dipping with relation to the Diseases of Animals Act of 1894 and 1914.

2013.82.28

Notice from the Edinburgh Gazette 1957 regarding rabbit clearances in Argyll

Printed transcript of a notice from the Edinburgh Gazette 1957 regarding enactment of the Rabbit Clearance (Scotland) Order in Argyll including Tiree.

2013.36.1

The Kerol Stockowner`s Notebook 1924

Small orange/brown card covered notebook for the recording the use of `Kerol` products as stock remedies. Includes instructions for use, testimonials, calendar, advice regarding ailments, and pages for the stockperson`s own notes. Handwritten notes are by Colin MacPhail of Crossapol.

2013.36.1

2010.35.3

Fragment of pottery with a hole drilled through

Large fragment of pottery with a hole drilled through collected by Charles MacDonnell from Salum beach in 2009, and possible explanation of its purpose by Ian Hewitt of Bournemouth University: may have been used as a beehive, the holes being for ventilation. It may also have been a ceramic milk strainer used in cattle husbandry (see page 17 of  GW Davis 2011).