But it was warm beneath the gum tree where the fire leaped and roared.
The gum tree proved to be a sapling of no great promise or pretensions.
The Australian Eucalyptus globŭlus (a gum tree) has been successfully introduced.
That I do, for the gum tree is as familiar to my eyes as anything can be on so dark a night as this.
Don't it seem as if one was shut up in the bush, or tied to a gum tree, so as one can never have a chance to see anything?
The wood is longer grained, and more tough, splitting easier and more true than any other species of the gum tree.
Of the gum tree there are found upwards of 150 species, many of which are of great value.
I thought it strange he should be there when all the people were at the gum tree, and wagering going on,' said Doonan.
A gum tree forty feet away had tapped the pipe and was drinking the water.
Both bodies were recovered; that of Wishart was taken to Hobarton, and Olav was buried on the shore at the foot of a gum tree.