In the summer-time there were sharks in myall Creek, but I had never seen them there in the spring.
The next is the myall tribe, who inhabit the central parts about Cudduldury, at the great bend of the Bogan to the northward.
myall: An Aborigine living according to tradition; wild; any of several types of wattle trees (genus Acacia).
myall, a native Austrian wood of a very dark color, hard and of good grain has many excellent qualities for pipes, but is brittle.
An old native and a boy, apparently belonging to the myall tribes, came in the evening, but we could learn nothing from them.
Both these shrubs are species of acacia, the myall being of much larger growth and longer lived than the mulga.
He has gone to myall Creek, depend upon it,” observed Paul; “we shall find him in the scrub thereabouts.
We afterwards found the myall dead, and eventually reached the place where the blacks had camped.
In fact, it was said that he had gone away from myall Creek altogether.
I can ride anything—anything that ever was lapped in horsehide—swim like a musk-duck, and track like a myall blackfellow.