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DEATH OF FOREST TREES. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 7 July 1881

DEATH Or- FOREST TREES. The Hazelwood 'correspondent of the lftercury writes --Soite-time ago I stited that I would endeavor to eiplain,.the c:ase of the apparent simult;meous ;death of ,lthose giant eucalypti; whose habitat is the rich scrub land of this and similar neigh borhoods, but, truth to say, the matter had 'idddfroin niy mem!nory,. A re chirreice of the 'phenomenon which before: raised the subject has, again' broufght it to mind. I will, however, before going. into the matter, briefly recount the different theories I have heard. advanced.to account. for the destriiction of the trees. Some people say that. their' deitli:was caused by a long~continued drought, and theyrefer. to :the: fact that iiinci Australia has been colonised, droughts` of five 'and sic eiars :dlration h ave h.leen ex poienced- and~ they argue that ?tas:the .seasonsnmove round it c?les, it is quitei possible :a drou ht the dluration of s:hich: n' have no' ieans of.nica suring may. have doceurred, ~iii re ...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And Buln Buln And Narracan Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
TRANSCONTINENTAL RAILWAY. ROUTE FROM BLACKALL TO POINT PARKER. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 7 July 1881

.ROUTE FROM BDACKAUIL:TO POINT PARKER: "Th' follr- ow'g thii erepor of Mr. Iatnir on the country along thb,pro posed route from Blackall tob,:oint Parklier for the arknontijneital Railway from ma t m PPo iP rker. Tlir or dt' hasb e ~'i.pt rte o both o66isesk8t h I '? aa ent , and is addressed to'?he-Chief Socre tary. ofthat folony!i .:iltisasollowse: able thePienoierfA?glead? s ted by' him' f 'cndueti thei' T'rsonental Survey Paity to Point Parker, in t.e Gulf of Catentgria, m glittI p h most pricticable co&i?~ known to me, from Mut atirti thdll&dit~t;elit, to the beforemeiintic ed'tib s ?ts ?onsented, a id'n6'w ba@to rpocriaid by private business, tle Premi. td ra geyj that I slould jgisith'eparty at B Aivhich I. party consisted?of rr.. t.atso , late Engiderlii.-Chief'o?eVictorir(who was ap 1iointed to.nmake'.tho. siurey\anrid report officially to the Government), Messrs. Baynes, and ,yatt, `'rqe unit?Apo;blaýkbiys, and ,iysaIf. The country around Blackall is well g...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And Buln Buln And Narracan Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 7 July 1881

Business Notice. TIL LOCAL XHI TIO -.i I . iI. . ' /./ - allas:greatipleasurein in forming lis fiiends and the public of South Gippslahind thda he 1Aacidedeo n'hcr adopt and extend e In the district to choose from. • In t;he di'strict to choose friom. '-: £ i '?' / . : tI 1 .?' : i: .,. 7: t i. . -r ?! i. THE. WINTER -GOODS Have arrived, and ill, on inspection; be foiill'to'be the best value ever offerd t disceri u publi i district. OBSERVE TflE ,RICES:i.tJ L. L ..Tr' "i!: WINCEYS, at 41d.. , . - Cotton Iweeds, at Is. 4 Id. W*" V'l Tweeds, at 2s. 6. Geelong Tweeds, at Cheek Wineey Sl;iithgi ikatSid. , Coton c .inee.Shiring, at St. , DARK 0MPOBM *bU PRMITS iat 6d. . Cotttn Sian Downm . . - White and Blue Serge . Cashmere Cloths in Leading Colors. ;' i in'Cloth:,'f om 102 ". ' ' Bhl -Lustres, 10d. . : ..1;.. Miiden's 1ii S & TEST, 16s. Gd. 2J-°e6s ol.es .lld'. /.-- 1/. .' Men'p %ipxta in, Great Variety-; Blue Serge.Snits.:.. ii' ::,: '/. i'.'l Flannel Under Shirts. Flannel Dra...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And Buln Buln And Narracan Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 7 July 1881

Business Advertisements.' ROYAL HOTEL, WARRA:GUL, R. L. SCOTT, AVING taken the above Hotel, begs to inform the inhabitantaof Warragul and the . surrounding district that these large and commodious premises are now fitted up with all the requirements necessary to afford goodACCOMMODATION to lie publid. The Choicest Ales, Wines, and Spirits, only kept. Cigars and Tobacco of the Finest Brands. One of Alcock's best BILLIARD TABLES. - An attentive GROOM. GOOD ACCOHi?ODATIONY PADDOCK .LAND IORSES 'ON RIRE. VICTORIA STEAM SAWMILLS, AN]) GENERAL TIMBER YARD, . ,AIN SO UTH O A D, WARItRA GUL, A. E. BIGGS, Proprietor, .IS prepared to deliver on shortest notice the very best quality of HARDWOOD of all descriptions at LOWEST RATES. : Orders by post promptly attended to, and satisfaction guaranteed. TEMPERANCE HOTEL & BOARDING HOUSE, M-AIN-STREET, WARRAGUL. S. WARE, having taken the premises lately erected next the Club Hotel, and L1 opened hemuasabove, is prepared to'attend to the comfo...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And Buln Buln And Narracan Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
THE ORIGIN OF EXHIBITIONS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 14 July 1881

THE ORIGIN OF EXHIBITIONS.' Speculating on thls asubject, the "Noe o im says :"Te discussion con cerning the proper site for the coming World's Fair would be greatly simplificd wcre people to understanid by whoo and for what lurpoes elxhibitionls of this kind are origi ihated. It is popularly supposed that when Eugland,- .Franee, Austria,. or the ,United States lolds ai world's fair it is in response to .a general deminud on the part of the people. ,That this inpression hss bie'oi so widely dlis-. seiniinated is a proof.'o the wiliness of the men who intlict universal exhibitions upon deceived and suffering humauity. The people have never in any instance demanded ,either a..world's fair or-au. invasion of. the elholera. They have accepted these thlings as incvitalblc, alt borne them bravely, but they have never clamoured for them. There is a powerful organisation which, 'working stealthily and keeping itself out of sight, brings about a world's fair ini some part of the world every ...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And Buln Buln And Narracan Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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SEND A MESSAGE OFTEN HOME. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 14 July 1881

SEND A IIESSAGE OFTEN HOUE. In the door-way of a cottage Stood an anxious form one day, Waiting for her husband's coming From a walk some miles away, Where she thought perchance a letter would his weariness repay. Soon he came, with lagging footsteps, Which foretold tie usual woe, Though he spake in gentle accents . u Hard to disappoint you so, But, dear wife, perhaps to.morrow one may come, for mails are slow." "I fear not; my heart is breaking !" Moaned tile wife, in wild despair ; '. Who would dream the son I cherished Could for me so little care ? Never writing to his mother; it is more than I can bear. " Months have gone without a letter, Though we looked for one each day; Tim, our only son, forgets us, Now that he is far away l Husband, do not chide my weeping, for these tears I cannot stay." Ah, young man from home just starting, Let life's glitter never tend To destroy your loving interest In each fond and early friend; Newer ones will prove but transient-these will love you...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And Buln Buln And Narracan Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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A BRIDLE WAY. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 14 July 1881

A BRIDLE WAY. Some fifty years ago or more a bridle way had led its circuitous course from Smbiton to "Old Kingstone;" then, and almost from time immemorial, fruitful in market gardens, orch ards, and pleasant wallks. Th: period of the~incident I am about to relate-for it is no made-up tale--.was some four or five years after the introduction of the new police, bysthe lare Sir Robert Peel .(29th September, 1829), and the neighborhood for miles around was infesisd by gipsies. Sheep stealing was carried on to a fearful extent; so much so that application was-made to the Home Secretary to send down a detective, supplied with (then) the usual disguises, &c., a branch of the " force" just then introduced: and, of course, one of the most active men was selected and despatched to the scene with full instructions. Alter he had arrived and had made his survey, he visited in disguise the various "beer shops" (then newly established), and the different public-houses frequented by gipsi...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And Buln Buln And Narracan Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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WARRAGUL CHURCH OF ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 14 July 1881

WARRAGUL CHURUlHi OF ENGLAND. The attention of the public having been drawn to the proceedings of the committee of the above church by a paragraph in our Drouin contempor ary's columns last week (which para. graph we will hope was meant in that spirit of charity to which it made such pointed reference), we deem it our duty to deny that there was any foun dation in the committee's action upon which to base a charge of narrow mindedness. That the committee did request their pastor to remove certain ornaments from the Communion table is a fact, but so far from this proceed ing showing any narrow-mindedness or uncharitableness, we think it proved the want of both, for it was out of charity to the feelings of a mixed con gregation that the action was taken. 'We regret very much that the 1Rev. Mr. Sandiford should have takenr such' a serious view of the matter as he ap pears to have done, if we may judge from the following address, which he delivered on Sunday morning last prior to commen...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And Buln Buln And Narracan Shire Advocate
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FIGHT BETWEEN AN EAGLE AND A TERRIER. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 14 July 1881

FIGHT BETWEEN AN EAGLE AND A TERRIER. A farmyard near Elizabeth city, New York State, was the scene one day in December last of a combat of a most un usual description. According to a glow ing account of the battle in an American contemporary, a soaring eagle, towering in his pride of might, turned his far-seeing eye from gazing at the sun upon the quiet yard of a farmer namedDough. A stock of fat geese attracted his sight and tempt ed his palate, and down he pounced. The feathers flew, the geese gaggled, and there was a sensation in that farmyard and there was a dog there, too. As soon as the eagle struck, the goose ran under the house, which was some 'tt. above ground, with the eagle fastened to its back, and the rest of the flock in hot pursuit. And there the fight grew fast and furious. Forty flopping and biting geese on one side, and the king of birds on the other. Although outnumbered, the eagle maintained the fight, and clung to his victim. But soon another enemy appeared-an ...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And Buln Buln And Narracan Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
MELBOURNE MARKETS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 14 July 1881

MELBOURNE MARKETS. E[B ELECRIO TELEoGAPH.] ?Eissis. W?Y. HasuILTOi & Co.report for the week ending 13th July:-Fat Cattle. 1,937 yarded; there was a good attendance of the trade, and good cattle sold briskly at an advance of fully 10s. per head on late rates. Fat Sheep.-About 10,500 yarded; there was a good demand for good sheep at about last week'sprices. Fat Lambs.-700 yarded; demand brisk for good lots at very high prices. Potatoes.-The market is slightly easier; best quality £L1 5s. per ton Our own .correspondent reports of the produce market:-Potatoes still show a steady market, and were sold in the Queen Victoriai Market thia morning at 5s. 6l. to Gs. Od. per cwt. Wholesaloe they masy le quoted at £4 5s. to £4 10s. per ton for prime quality. The prices of butter, cherrse, bacon, &c. remain about the same as those quotis last week.

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And Buln Buln And Narracan Shire Advocate
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PALACE OF MYSTERY. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 14 July 1881

PALACE OF M1YSTERY. A peculiar fascination always seems to surround any object about which little is known or can be ascertained. It is only necessary for its origin, ago, and use to be uncertain, or hidden in obscurity, to awaken deep and general interest; while the very fact that we " know all about " anything too often sinks it immediately place. Among the architectural relies of by-' gone age, there is not another, perhaps, which is shrouded in such unfathomable ntystery as the Zgre-Batan Serai, or "Swallowed:up Belkce," of Conltantino ple. The existence of this eatraordinary structure was unknown until rallher m or than fifty years ago, when the falling in 4o0 of a portion of ground in the capital city of Turkey revealed a vaulted hall or palace beneath, of vast extent, and whose myriad pillars are founded in the depths of an inexplicable subterranean lake. A similar lapse of earth, occasioned by the sinking of some.of the supporting arches, took place neir the Sublime Porte; a...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And Buln Buln And Narracan Shire Advocate
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Vic, Australia
H.M. SCHOONER RENARD. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 14 July 1881

H.M. SCHOONElt REN'ARD. We, liorther,, Argus, are indebted to the courtesy of the officers of H.M.. schooner Renard, which arrived at Rockhampton on Sunday night, for the following sketeh of her voyage to and from the Florida and other islands in the South Pacific, whither she was sent under orders in conjunction with I-.M.S. Cormorant for the purpose' of discovering and punishing the nmur derers of the late Lieutenant Bower, of H.M. schooner Sandfly. Tho Renard left Sydney on the 17th of April, for N oumea,. and arrived there on the 30th April, having had much calm weather, which considerably impeded the passage. She left Noumea on the 6th May for the Solomon Islands, and arrived off Ugi oai the 12th, where it was appointed, she should rendezvous with 11.M.S. Cormorant, which vessel was sighted at two p.m. lying at anchor, On the advent of the Renard, the Cormoraiit signalled that she was about to get under way, and shortly afterwards took the Renard in tow, and the two 'vessels pr...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And Buln Buln And Narracan Shire Advocate
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WANTON LIBEL SUITS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 14 July 1881

WANTON . LIBEI SUITS..S.. " bill has passed the Commons, prbtect ing newspapers from: wanton libel shits:' This' interesting. item was published in Saturday's summary of the Californian. mail news?;and if: the information is re liable hnld the fact be is stated, the Press .of the whole English-speaking worldi owes a debt of: gratitude to th" Jouse of !Com-' atom far this much-needed amu Mt of piq". tection. British communities rightly rejoice in the fulest. freedom of the Press. But, whilst governmental'interference or espion age is eondemsed as arbitrary, continental and tyrannical, newspapers at home and in the colonies, strnmge to say, suffer an odious and intolerable form of tyranny at the hands of, usually, the most worthless elements of the community. If a p.ublic journal wil fully, deliberately, and with malice afore thought, makes use of its columns to injure or defame the character or reputation of anymember of thebody politic,the aggrieved party is not only justified, but ...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And Buln Buln And Narracan Shire Advocate
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 14 July 1881

Insurnnce. THE COLONIAL MUTUAL lIif Assurance So iaty, L'mittd. "NUTeAL LIFE AsrUEANCE, ENDOWMENTS, AenurnTIS. 41l pirots belong to the Members. PSNeCIrAL OrFICE: 84 & 86 Callinu St. West, Melbourne. OFFICES IN ALL TIIE COLONIES. Pres:dent: His Honor $ir' Itehnond Barry, K.C.MI.G. Vice-Presidents: The HIon. Sir J. George Long Innes. M.L.C. The ITon. Joshua Peter Bell, M.L.C. Samuel Daveunort, J.P.' The lion. Sir Luke ,. Leake, M.L,C. Directors : The IRev. HI. Plow Kane, i3.A., Brighton, Ch dirman. F E. E. B aver, J,P.. Merchant, Melbourne, Dep sty-Chairmnn, The Hon. A. j. Clark, M.P,, Williamstown. ~aynes W. Dickson, MIelbourne, 11. Bnroa Moore, Melbourne. T. Jaques Martin, F.S.S., Managing Direetor. Po!icies are unconditional, unchallenge pble and indefeosible. Non-forfeitable while they have surrender value. Present Annual Income exceeds £120,000. Agent. t t Warragnl-J. B WITTON. SNoT.-MOIr. LA GERICUE, representa tire of the above society, is now in the district, and will...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And Buln Buln And Narracan Shire Advocate
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BULN BULN AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 14 July 1881

BUJLN BULN AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. A meeting of the committee of the above society was held at Mrs. Brown's Turf. Club Hotel, Buln Buln,'on last Saturday. There were prsenlt, Messrs. Henry (President), in the chair, Percy J. Smith, R. Rogers, Ireland, Grant, Cornall, Sullivan, and (at a later stage) Gannon. The secretary having read the minutes, A letter was read from Mr. Cornall, offering a piece .of land on his farm for use at the forthcoming ploughing match. Messrs. Cornall aid. Sullivan re ported that, having been unable to obtain a piece of laud on Dwyerstead, the committee appointed to select the ground had inspected two areas-one on Mr. C. Sullivan's property, and the other on that of Mr. John Cornall their recommendation being that the latter should be chosen. After making due enquiries with regard to the means of ingress from Warragul road, and being satisfied on the point, SMr. Percy J. Smith moved-" That the report of the committee be adopted, and that the ploughing match b...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And Buln Buln And Narracan Shire Advocate
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Good Thoughts. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 14 July 1881

Culture, practice, habit, voluntary energy, and determined effort, long persisted in, end in becomingspontaneous, involuntary, almost unconscious achievement. Not without la bour, but through labour, must we attain the liest results. In no other way can they be reached. Do not. judge a man by his failure in life, for many a man fails because he is too honest to succeed. Do not judge a man by his speech, for the parrot talks, but the tondme is but an instrument of sound. Do not ju ge a man by his house, for the lizard and the rat often inhabit the grandest structurb. iHow happiness may be attained. -There is one way of attaining what we may term, if not utter, at least mortal happiness. It is this-a sincercand unrelaxingactivity for the happiness of others. In that one maxim is concentrated whatever is noble in morality, sublime in religion, or unanswerable in truth. In that pursuit we have all scope for what ever is excellent in our hearts, and none for the petty passions to which o...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And Buln Buln And Narracan Shire Advocate
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GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. FRIDAY, 8TH JULY. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 14 July 1881

GOVERNMENT GAZETTE. FBIDAY, nTH JULT. Pout-offices bare been opened at Callignee, and at Woranga, near Tarraville. A "post-office savings bank is opened at Warragul . .. The following honorary magistrates are appointed within the Eastern Bailiwick:-. Patrick Sullivan, Esq.; B ln Buln; John Medley, Esq., Drouinu; Waldegrave Shirley Brooke; Esq., Moe; William Jones, Esq., Foster; William Gordon Coghlan, Esq., Omeo Plains; James Powell, Esq., Narra can. Mr. E. J. Powell, Narracan, is appointed Deputy Electoral Registrar for the Buln Buln and Trafulgon divisionsof the Electoral District of South Gippsland, and for the Alberton division of the Eastern Province, vice J. Powell resigned: Deputy registrars of births and deaths. Tlberton, James Gregory, vice W. F. King resigned; Buln Buln, James Maginn, vice J. C. Ryan, resigned; :Farracan, E. J. Powell, vico:J. Powell resigned. SLesses approved.-Payable at Warragul: W. King, Mo; A. J. Dorn, Narracan; W. I. Peacock, Mirboo; W. Mitchell, Poow...

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MONEY. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 14 July 1881

MONEY. Oh, money! what a power is thine ! Thou mak'st this weary life divine, And where thou art heaven's light doth shine With cheering ray. Without thee our existence here IRath nought our rugged path to cheer. Then all arolnd is dark and drear On life's highway. Some may, unwisely, call thee trash Unlike them, I'll not be so rash ; I honor thee, thou sainted cash, With all my heart. Both rich and poor Iatlh ever found That plenty doth thy path surround, \\While sweet contenlt and smiles abounld Where'er thou art, The poor thy power oft bath blest ; Though seldom with thy gifts possessed, They welcoine thee, a pleasant guest Around their hearth. While in the rich man's gilded hall, Where comfort holds its festival, Thou spread'st thy cheerful light o'er all With smiles and mirth. Not like the miser counting o'er With gloating eyes his shionig store, And driving from his darkened door The light of day; Nor like the rich with pompous pride, Who oft with scorn the poor deridule, Whil...

Publication Title: Warragul Guardian And Buln Buln And Narracan Shire Advocate
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Barticultural. BRIEF NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 14 July 1881

irti ltu ntrl. BRIEF NOTES, The Linden tree is recomm nde.l for nos: Tinds. Sweet p.stc:tcs c, hbe dhi I in the same swy as apples ,r Irc cltes. U.e liquid ,iantue on cabb.;: c.ulillower rhub lbt, celery and beets. Th: hbe-vy Asitis breeds f f owls :,re tire bestl, to keep by anyone who bhas a garden. Upon dee'p alluvial soil, and on clays, line increases the crop of potatoes aid makes th:an less wosxy. East india gra-s in thi R.ussian Inver Valley grew 7.1 feet 'in three months. It mlkes v.dluble forage. Next to a well-tilled gran ry and ample slacks of hay and stihl V, a goul woodl pile is a groat comfort attd ad a sgn of tlriity fS'mnig. Tihe grollld between grows Itg crops should be kept constantly hoed, event if thee are no weed-, as a loose surlace chleck evalporation

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THE BRIAN AND SRINE OF E[?] AN[?] MALS. [Newspaper Article] — Warragul Guardian and Buln Buln and Narracan Shire Advocate — 14 July 1881

TluEB?lr&N AND, SuINrls E' al.lr . As M.tta.-Some remarkable facts regarding the braiu and spinal cord of " tirt reptiles lave en lately brought o ibght by Professor Marsll. An imtnerse reptile of tihe jurassic formation, thQ~orh loft. in length, had a braul scarcely esIarge as that of an ordionary dog (jdgingl friom the brain cavity.) hint there was a rsemarkhbleh enlargement of the spinal corl in the sacral region,tho boone be ing so excavated as to fornl a large \alted receptacle (some eight times larger than the. brain ca?ty), which , tw tthave held a srt. of posterior brh h?y, pxsiohngi.lfih u etiosu of which lreio~sou. Lhir, does ot oiler ?n oPJ', o) aU xt xaisuinin several younsger ? sp meno. the mosaurunan, he verified the i ieerieo Qf the 1evjty in every. instance,

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