curious curves and contortions, indicating the action of local magnetic forces.
It begins in latitude 60° south, below Australia; crosses that island, extends through the Eastern Archipelago with a double sinuosity so as to cross the equator three ld climates.
Attempts have been made to freeze meat by artificial means in countries where live stock is plenty, as in Australia and Texas, and transport it in a frozen state to market.
Several hundred tons of beef were packed in a refrigerating ship in Australia, but the attempt to transport it to England failed because of the exhaustion of the supply of ice.
Dried meat is usually prepared by cutting in thin strips and hanging in the sun. The American Indians pound their meat in wooden mccupation, which was all in the interest of aristocracy and monopoly.
The merinos are now kept in immense numbers in Australia and Van Dieman's Land.
Turdetania, the country of the Guadalquiver, was famous for the quality of its wool in the ti