If you want wages, go to one of the old-fashioned places,—Bendigo, or the like of that.
Bendigo said that he hoped to recover them, as they were not very far off.
There was a pause while Bendigo slowly took in this change in the situation.
Bendigo shouted to them, but they only replied with loud and derisive cries and shrieks.
I alighted and took the bridle off Bendigo's neck over my arm, and asked permission to walk with her.
Bendigo Redmayne was square and solid with the cut of the sea about him.
I fetched the lantern: it was gold-dust from Bendigo or from Ballarat.
"You might almost as well be afloat," said Brendon, and the remark pleased Bendigo.
Night comes and, at the appointed time, footsteps are heard ascending to the observatory and Bendigo prepares to meet his brother.
"There's only one he'll trust, I reckon, and that's me," declared Bendigo.