The Indian finds in the wilds a vine called wourali, which furnishes the chief ingredient.
During that time, several experiments were made with the wourali poison.
It is called the wourali poison, and is said to be extracted from a sort of creeping vine, which grows in the country.
It is called the wourali poison, and is said to be extracted from a sort of creeping vine which grows in the country.
The wourali poison procured in these last-mentioned huts seemed very good, and proved afterwards to be very strong.
They are making the wourali poison for tipping the arrows for their bows and blow-pipes.
First they showed us some long sticks of a thin vine—the wourali itself.
The Indians in this district seem to depend more on the wourali poison for killing their game than on anything else.
Here it might be asked, are all the ingredients just mentioned necessary in order to produce the wourali poison?
All that thou wilt find here is a concise, unadorned account of the wourali poison.