Shamrock Street, Blackall, March 1938

Queensland State Archives posted a photo:

From the Western Star and Roma Advertiser, Saturday 24 January 1925:

Sensation at Blackall.

BULLOCK RUNS AMOK.

On Thursday afternoon last, the 15th inst., a young bullock made his appearance in the main street near the State School (says “Barcoo Independent”). He had been worried by dogs, and was looking for gore. Miss Langland and some children had a narrow escape from him, and the bullock then went into Burney’s allotment. Ranger Sheehan tried to get him out, but the bullock charged him through the fence.

The gate was then opened, and with the assistance of some dogs the bullock got out. Instead of turning to escape into the bush, the bullock made right up Shamrock-street and opposite the Post Office saw Mr. S.E.T. Holes, who was pedalling away on a bicycle. The bullock made for him, and Mr. Holmes left the bicycle suddenly, and made for the

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