Page:Folk-lore - A Quarterly Review. Volume 14, 1903.djvu/409

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Western Australia.

20, 24, 26, 27. Lauries or talking-sticks. See pp. 333, 335, 357.

21-22. Kylies; one of these bears the signature of King Ross. See pp. 326, 358.

23. Bull-Roarer; used for calling the tribes together for war, also in certain Kobba-Kobbas and in the man-making ceremony. See pp. 341, 349.

25. Bone ornaments for insertion in nose. See page 346.

28. Woven hair for belts, &c.

29. Kylies of natural formation, obtained from the coral reef in West Australia, the only known specimens from that district. See page 352.

30. Bones used in blood ceremonies for piercing the flesh. See page 348.