Published in The Argus on January 22, 1878, this story comes from Penshurst in the Western District. It was previously published in the Hamilton Spectator on January 19. I agree with the reporter that there are snakes stories and snake stories, but none like this snake story.
October 23, 2012
Trove Tuesday – It was the Snake in the Drawing Room
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