If it was a footman (swagman), and he was short of tobacco, old Howlett always had half a stick ready for him.
The swagman turned slowly and regarded cabby with a quiet grin.
Something like a vice gripped the swagman by the leg, and he dropped Norah's wrist and bridle and roared like any bull.
A swagman who has important private business with me is a rara avis.
The Western train had just arrived at Redfern railway station with a lot of ordinary passengers and one swagman.
The existence of the swagman is the happiest vagrant's life in the world.
At Coongarrie I gave a swagman a lift, and he helped me with the camels and loads, until at last Coolgardie was reached.
Well, the only thing left to tell you is where the swagman came in.
The trouble was that he couldn't make up his mind whether to be a Traveller or a swagman.
A swagman had happened to call at the station that morning; he asked for work and then for tucker.