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Issue Details: First known date: 1927... 1927 Faithful Dogs
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    y separately published work icon The Sydney Morning Herald no. 27994 24 September 1927 Z1796809 1927 newspaper issue 1927 pg. 11
    Note: (COOTAMUNDRA, Wednesday. - While Mr. and Mrs. Edward Weissel, of Illawong, were absent from their home two of their children had a remarkable escape from death. A 6ft brown snake was about to spring at one of them when three of Mr. Weissel's dogsrushed in. A battle ensued, in which the snake was killed. Two of the faithful dogs-one a valuable sheep dog, which had taken prizes at various shows, and the other a fox terrier-died from bites. The fox terrier was found dead on top of the snake.-"Sydney Morning Herald," 29/9/'27.)
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