SHORTLY after breakfast on New Year’s Day guests at the Prince of Wales Hotel, Nowra, received quite a shock when a man, leading a bull, calmly passed through, the luxuriously appointed lounge into the hotel yard.
Some of the ladies present screamed, whilst other guests rubbed their eyes and wondered if they were dreaming. The majority, however, made a hasty retreat. Whilst the man went to look for the bar he tethered the bull to a post, but during his absence hotel attendants ejected the beast from the premises.
– The Braidwood Dispatch and Mining Journal Friday 10 January 1930.
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