from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. In Australia, a right of way through the land of a squatter which he is legally obliged to leave unobstructed for the use of cattle or sheep on their way to distant parts of the country. If the squatter fences his land he must provide slip-rails or other arrangement for their free passage.


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