Black Joe's father, old Black Jimmie, lived in a gunyah on the rise at the back of the sheepyards, and shepherded for my uncle.
He went away to his gunyah then, and except doing one or two things for Starlight would not lift his hand for any one that day.
Backing precipitately out of the gunyah, he turned round before rising upright—and remained upon his knees after all.
We used to keep our ammunition and other articles in one gunyah, and all three of us lived together in another.
He then gave Mr. Burke a letter and his watch for his father, and we buried the remainder of the field-books near the gunyah.
By night-fall they reached their first night's camp, where they found the "gunyah" very acceptable.
As we rode up we could see a gunyah made out of boughs, and a longish wing of dogleg fence, made light but well put together.
The only other sign of Stingaree was a hank of rope flung carelessly across the gunyah roof.
The meat curing was as usual a slow process, there being no salt, and a gunyah having to be made to smoke it in.
Bowen's answer was to hand his weapon over to Kilbride and to creep into the gunyah on his hands and knees.