Transcript of a Police Report charging Allan McFarlane and Hugh McLean with Breach of the Peace in March 1862. McFarlane (labourer at North Bay, Ardfenaig [‘Ardfinaig’], Mull) and McLean (part owner and sailor on board the schooner Mary of Greenock, North Bay, Ardfenaig, Mull) were charged following an incident at the granite quarry in Ardfenaig. The report was written by John MacFarlane (constable, Mull).
Statements are provided from: John McInnis (labourer at North Bay, Ardfenaig) Hector McEachern (labourer at North Bay, Ardfenaig) Donald McGillivray (labourer at North Bay, Ardfenaig)
McFarlane was heard to say that Tiree men ‘would pick up an egg altho[ugh] it would be in the mouth of a dog’.
Notice from the Edinburgh Gazette 1896 regarding the Wild Birds Protection Act of 1894.
Printed transcript of a notice appearing in the Edinburgh Gazette in 1895 by Alexander Hugh, Lord Balfour of Burleigh and Secretary for Scotland, listing bird species protected under the Wild Birds Protection Act of 1894 on Islay, Colonsay, Tiree and Coll.
Thirteen colour photographs and page of information for a Primary School project for the Royal Highland Show Schools Shield 1994-5.
Thirteen photographs of P6/7 interviewing various food producers on Tiree and working on the questions plus a board-mounted page of information for a project for the Royal Highland Show Schools Shield 1994-5; poster for the Royal Highland Show 1996.
Articles about sheep and farming in Coll in 1764, livestock on the island between 1940 and 1981, peat-cutting, lazy beds, local man Neillie John MacLean, the Free Church in Coll, early travellers to Coll, bird-watching and gardening, carrrageen and wild flowers, and other local news.