They used the same harrows as we use nowadays. They tied up a little bundle of straw with strings and made a collar. They used wooden hams, and reins made of suggans. They used halters instead of bridles, and rope traces.
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On the 28th October 1928 there were nine men drowned in Lacken Bay. The night was fine and the men went out fishing and when they were a mile out the wind arose. At first they thought it was a 'fairy breeze'. At length they wondered why it did not cease so they