28th January 1933 cont. - taking in churingas made of wood
At Titus's camp there were getting on for two hundred blacks, mainly Luritcha and Ngalia with a few Pintubi. The water was fair, though dirty and had to be obtained from a soak. In the evening I went out after rabbits but had to walk a long way as the natives had dug out most of the burrows near by. The others employed the evening taking in churingas made of wood from the Ngalia for a little tea, flour and sugar. The evening meal again consisted of damper, (now quite good) rabbit and tea, the rabbit being cooked native way; whole except for the guts on the ashes.