When the canoes came to the shore laden with fish
the women + children came down from [the camp -crossed out]
to carry them up to the Bun ("camp).
Before this the dogs had been talking about
being so hungry and when the fish was brought in
the Great Dog (Goreraeil Baru) began to howl, saying
Nanta yūguta munaintu, that is "you not
going to give me any?" Then all the people
and their camps + the canoes became stone, and
remain there now - the rocks at the water are
the canoes + men, those in the steep bank
are the women + children, some of the men
+ their camp.
Fish hooks were used by the women and were made from pieces of the
leg bone of a Kangaroo which being broken with a stone [enabled a - crossed out]
afforded flat pieces which were first of all rubbed smooth on both
sides on a stone, then perforated with a hole which has been enlarged
+ the outer rim being rubbed smooth with a hook was former
of the size + shape of this [diagram] A line made of the inner
bark of the was tied at the shank. Baits
of shrimps were tied on the hook.
[written in left side margin]
The nets were made of the fibre of -