in Nulut the Bad ground
is called wia-wŭrk
the male is painted with
pipe clay thus [illustration]
the visitor is seated on a raised
couch of boughs - + fed by his
hosts - water out of bowl with
visitor was also obliged to learn to speak
the dialect before he could go
further into the country.
mínyan būllūn ma nánanke
show belly to the moon
Last night men returned late with
wallaby – knocked up – Billy’s song
- at day break - got ready- the
Dūra scene – then more
painting – the Mrarts – the
boys stand – Old [?Barak?] addresses
them. Waiting for the steamer
– card playing – the [??] at [?umbrella?]
-the tiny little Jeraeil. The steamer
full of people.
The vessel is a gillūng
made of wattlebark.