Buckley's mob having killed some of the Waa reng badawa
“the men cut the flesh off the bones and stones were heated for baking it;
after which they greased their children with it all over.
Buckley p. 44
However, the man himself having escaped, he with others, went
in the night to the hut of the savage who had killed his brother
and speared him dead; having done which they cut the most of the
flesh off his body, carrying it away on their spears to mark their triumph.
(note here the Omeo men who avenged Binjo +c). x x the mangled
remains of the men were roasted between heated stones, - and
they eat parts of them. x x p. 70