A moment's reflection convinced Felix that the bushman had been in chase of a pheasant.
Arend turned and looked in the direction the bushman was pointing.
The following song is descriptive of the white man, and is the production of a bushman.
“You think a big sight too much of yourself,” rejoined the bushman.
It is this which puzzles the long-shoreman about the clerk, the Londoner about the bushman.
This addition to the company was, however, a source of great annoyance to the bushman.
The bushman went to and fro continually to a 'chum' of his who lay hidden behind a rock close to us.
Take him off,” said I sternly, to the bushman, “and use him as you choose!
The enemy succeeded in wounding a bushman, who fell beneath his dead horse, and was there pinned.
A shout from the keen-eyed bushman produced a joyful effect.