I had given notice to one of the Melbourne police as he came aboard, and he arrested the half-caste, known as warrigal.
It might have been one of the other chaps, but I couldn't think of any one, except warrigal.
They rode and rode, but warrigal was gone like a rock wallaby.
warrigal knows a way of communicating with him; I'll send him off at once.
warrigal left his horse at the edge of the timber, for fear he might want him in a hurry, I suppose.
I'm sorry, for one thing, that I had that barney with warrigal.
It's been lonesome work—nobody but me and Jim and warrigal, that's like a bear with a sore head half his time.
If so, all pariahs should be classed with the Australian warrigal under the name of Canis dingo.
Dad and warrigal hadn't come back; of course they couldn't stand the pace we did.
I thought the infernal cattle would beat warrigal and me, and we'd have all our trouble for nothing.'