XVI. HST 01' ILIiUSTEATIOlfS. Plate XIII. Pbesonal Ornamentation and Decobation: MtrEAL Painting, &c. (Chaptee VII.) — Kg. 252, Method of using the "Crochet "-needle in making Hair-twine; 253, Tooth Ornament; 254, Netted Cap ; 255, Pa,ttera of the Mesh in same;' 256, 257, Forehead Net; 258, 259, Oposaum-string Fillet ; 260, Portions of Head-circlets ; 261, Method of cutting out a leather strip for a "Kulgo"; 26lA, Method of wearing Handkerchief over the Head; 262, Knocking out of the two Upper Incisors; 263,T3eard tied up for flash purposes; 264, 265, Double-bellied form "of Reed-necklace ; 266, Single-bellied form ; 267, Endless string form, rolled up into athiok,loop; 268, 269, Opossum-string Necklace; 270,, Eagle-hawk Claw Chest- ornament ; 271, White Shell Chest-ornament ; 272a, b, Male and Female Opossum-rope Waist- belts ; 273, 274, Opossum-string Phallocrypt. Plate XIV. Peesonal Oenamentation, &c. (continued). (Chaptbe VII.)^- Fig. 275, A Pitta-Pitta Adult Male in Holiday Costume ; 276-279, Figures Showing the Flaiih-scars ; 280, Mural Painting at the 6-Mil6 Waterhole, on the Old Nprmanton road, from Cloncurry ; 281a, b, and 282, Aboriginal Drawings representing respectively a Goat, a Man in general, and a Figure in the Molonga Corrobboree. Plate XV. Eeceeation : Coeeobboeees, Spoets, and G-ames. (Chaptee VIH.) — Figs. 283-286, Male Corrobboree Costumes of the Boulia District; 287-288, Female Costumes of same ; 289-290, M!ale Corrobboree Costumes of the Cloncurry District ; 291, Bough-shed "Green-room"; 292, Individual representing a Bullock; 293, Arrangement of Aiidience at a Corrobboree, the Males in the Front Kows. Plate XVI. Eeceeation, &c. (continued). (Chaptee VIII.) — Figs. 294 to 308,. Costumes of the Molonga Corrobboree. Plate XVII. Eeceeation, &c. (continued). (Chapter VIII.) — Fig. 309, Return-boomerang with Empirical Pattern of Emu and Emu-net; 310, Return- boomerang, similarly, with Iguanas ; 311, Playing with the Return-boomerang ; 312, 313, Diagrams Showing its Flight ; 314, 315, Varieties of Toy Throwing-sticks ; 316, Whirler; 317, Method of Swinging it; 318, 319, Special Forms of Whirlers Used at the Initiation Ceremonies; 320, Special Form of Whirler Used as a Love-charm ; 321, Method of Starting the Spin-ball ; 322, 323, 324, Various Ways of Throwing Leaves for Smoke-spirals, &c. ; 325, Mimicking an Emu. Plate XVIII. Teavel, Trade, and Barter: The Letter-Stick. (Chapter IX.) — Figs. 326-332, Letter-sticks, of the Boulia District; 333-336A, of the Leichhardt-Selwyn District ; 337, of the Flinders District ; 338, of the Cloncurry District. Plate XIX. Methods of Fighting. Boomerangs. (Chapter X.) — Fig. 339, Men Fighting with Stone-knives; 340, Women Striking with Fighting-pole; 341, Diagram showing flight of a Hook-boomerang; 342, Various forms of finishing off the Extremities of an Ornate Boomerang; 343-347, Longitudinal and Interstitial Gravings on the Ornate Boomerangs ; 348-349B, Transverse Gravings on same ; 350, Remaining Interstitial Gravings on same; 351, Boomerang, showing the bend and thin proximal (handle) as compared with the thick distal extremity. Plate XX. Boomeeangs, Two-handed Swoeds, Speaes. (Chapter X.) — Fig. 352, Fluted Boomerang ; 353, Hook-boomerang ; 354-358, Examples of Two-handed Swords; 359, Acicular-tip Hand-spear; 360-361, Spatulate-tip Hand-spears; 362-365, Wom- mera-spears ; 366, Non-indigenous (Gulf Coast) Fish-spear. Plate XXI. Wommbeas and Shields. (Chaptee X.) — Fig. 367, 368, Lath-shaped Wommera ; 369, Showing how the " peg" is fixed with tendon into two drilled holes ; 370, Method of using this Wommera ; 371, Variety with shell haft • • 372, Leaf -shaped Wommera ; 373-375, Shields Manufactured in the Boulia an.i Upper Georeina Districts ; 376, 377, Shields Manufactured in the Cloncurry and Leichhardt-Selwyn Dislricts • -380, Transverse Sections across Handles of these Shields. ' Plate XXII. Stone-Knives, Tomahawk, &c. (Chapter X.) — Fig. 384, Fighting-pole ;;^385,Nulla-nulla Throwing-stick ; 38G, Stone-knife in its Bark and Opossum-strmg Sheath; 387-389, Stone-knives showing the Facetted Blades; 300 Knife with Handle lengthened by a piece of flat wood ; 391, Stone-tomahawk. Plate XXIII. Disease, Accident, Death, &c., Eain-making. (Chaptess XI. and JlJ.±. j — - Fig. 392, The Death-bone, Bone-apparatus, &c.; 393-395, Different Ways of AonlvinD' it- ?2^'u^'i" ?«?f:l-Pl^te; 397,398 Methods of Applying 'the Plate; 399, The Bone ph,^.lS)^40i' Method of Blinding an Individual at a Distance ; 402a, B, Positions in which the Arm is' held during Vensesection ; 403, Emu-feather Bundle for Alleviating Pain, &o. ; 404, Amulet buna- on the Chest to Relieve Sickness, &c. ; 405, Ground-burial with Superimposed Logs &o • 406 Example of Tree-burial; 407, Mourning-patterns of Red and Yellow Ochre; 408 'The 'Rain stone ; 408b, A Rain-maker. " ' Plate XXIV. Ethno-Poenography. (Chapter XIII.) — Fig. 409-416, Costumes, &o., of the First Male Initiation Ceremony in the Boulia District • 41G, 417, Relating to Similar Rite on the Upper Georgiua ; 418-420, in the Cloncurry District ' 421, Female Costume at First Initiation Ceremony in Boulia District; 4i;2 4'>3 Relating t> Similar First Female Ceremonial on the Upper Geor^na ; 424, Stick used at 'Birdsvillf at Similar Rite ; 425-428, Costumes at Second Ceremonial in Boulia District ; 429 An Intiocised Penis ; 430, Position in which Adult is held during Introcision ; 431, 432, Methods of making the Cut for Introcision ; -433, Copulation; 434, 435, Kalkadoon Woman in Labour- 43i3-43<f Different ways of Carrying Infants. ' ■"'
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