Abundance of life history of native and introduced earthworms (Annelida: Megascolecidae and Lumbricidae) in pasture soils in the Mount Lofty Ranges, South Australia --------47 Gatehouse, C. Other gencm: Progri Uotia Dollfus, 1969 Dtagttosis. bothridial margins not indented posteriorly, prebulbar organs lacking, longitudinal "band" of hooks interrupted apposite each principal row, special basal armature may be present bulbs very long* prebulbar organs lacking, testes in longitudinal rows, accessory seminal vesicle absent, ovary at posterior extremity of segment, posiovarian testes absent. 2, 3, 4, 5, Run— Po M-Trinity Boyd-Durrett Khodes-Male Swain-Shawnee Allen-St. Xavier Kinzer-Male Time-14.3 Time-22.3 440 Yard Dash— 1. Nevertheless, this work is expensive, so in order to keep providing this resource, we have taken steps to prevent abuse by commercial parties, including placing technical restrictions on automated querying. The Nativity by El Gneco was the first painting bought out of this fund, which for four or five years was the single great source available for pur- chases without restrictions as regards schools. We also ask that you: Make non-commercial use of the files We designed Google Book Search for use by individuals, and we request that you use these files for personal, non-commercial purposes. With the Hewitt Fund, 1908, and the Kennedy Fund, 1910, the possibilities were largely increased, the latter in particular being utilized conspicu- ously for the benefit of the painting collection. Seventeen new species of Australian Buprestidae (Insecta: Coleoptera) and a host plant of Castiarina uptoni (Barker)- ----- 15 Beveridge, I. Infauna of marine sediments and seagrass beds of Upper Spencer Gulf near Port Pirie, South Australia ____- i Barker, S. New species of Grillotia and Pseudogrillotia (Cestoda: Trypanorhyncha) from Australian sharks, and definition of the family Grillotiidae Dollfus, 1969 -------- 37 Baker, G.
S Time-19.3 Ball set a new s tate record with his time of 19.3. The Early Cambrian volcanics from Red Creek, eastern Mount Lofty Ranges, South Australia _ 57 Austin, A. Basal armature present or absent Hooks hetemmnrphous, hollow. Bulbs lone, or short, prebulbar organs present or absent. Hermaphroditic duct, external snd interna) seminal vesicles reported for some species. Ovary usually separated From posterior segment margin by a space Vitelline follicles form a continuous sleeve around the internal organs. Principal hook tows alternate* intercalary rows of hooks present, irregular band of small hooks between termination of principal rows in metabasal armature. internal seminal vesicle and hennaphriditie duct pr&tent in type species. Usage guidelines Google is proud to partner with libraries to digitize public domain materials and make them widely accessible. During this time prosecutions of smoke offenders in the courts was virtually suspended by order of the Board, the Law Department being requested not to press cases, although the proper evidence, as a result of inspections, was obtained in due course and placed upon. Every effort was made by the Department to induce users of soft coal to burn it in a manner which would create little or no nuisance, and Inspectors of the Department were able, by personal effort, to demonstrate in many cases that soft coal could be used without causing offense.Public domain books belong to the public and we are merely their custodians. This policy had been decided upon because it was felt by your Board that to force manufacturers and others into the use of smoke consumers and other devices intended to reduce the amount of smoke from stacks, would result merely in great expense to those who installed these devices, without corresponding relief from the smoke nuisance, as there is no smoke consumer of which the 22 Department of Health can testify to the efficiency.