So, pointing to them, he asked what was in the fire, and the blackfellow replied with one word "lubra."
"Only got 'em one yarramen," said the blackfellow nonchalantly.
I've heard a blackfellow talk like that, but not a white man, and may I never hear the like again!
"Master said I take him Yarraman along-a-paddock," whined the blackfellow.
Scarcely five minutes had elapsed before a blackfellow made his appearance outside, and began to lead my horses away.
She had not seen any like the acting blackfellow at her cottage home.
Let him just come playing his little game round here, and he'll have me on his track like a Nyall blackfellow.
The blackfellow who had led them out with such confidence made some significant admissions as they proceeded on the journey.
"I never saw such a rum river, in my life," said my blackfellow Charley.
Then, like a flash, the memory of my ride to the blackfellow's Well—part of the very route we were now pursuing—rose before me.