More Australian legendary tales by Katie Langloh Parker

By Katie Langloh Parker

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Should be given this office for a long time. At last gahgah, " That one evening they heard the laughter of Gougour- the through laughing jackass, ringing the noise is Gougourgahgah we that as the morning the Then they want," they said. and the day star faded dawned he was every morning to laugh his awaken all sleepers before air. told loudest, that his laughter might sunrise. If he would not agree to do this then no more would they light the sun-fire, but let the earth be ever in twilight again.

Their mother for she had pledged them and Beereeun was a great wirreenun When Weedah came Beereeun, to must marry Beereeun, at their births, and would harm them what marry BuUai BuUai the to But they did not want sisters. it back On we have a friend who has a goombeelgah, or canoe, then shall we be safe from pursuit, for he will put us over the river. " The next morning ere Gougourgahgah had ceased his laughter, Weedah had started. Some hours later, in the Gidya scrub, the BuUai BuUai sisters joined him.

The bone And to this stuck is all made a he could give utterance fast. day the only noise a crane can make " gah-rah-gah, gah-rah-gah by which he In the effort he known ! " is, This noise gives the name to the blacks. Beereeun the Mirage Maker Beereeun the green parrot They him to Weedah liked said they lizard wanted the mocking-bird better. mother had their who now "To-morrow," meet a is if they did not keep her pledge. back from hunting they told him said, how they had been said Weedah, Beereeun "old I go out as will if I follow later and meet will hide to me then cross the big plain where the grass Bring with you a into the plain, then to the While he hunt as usual firestick ; we ; there I We will thick and there.

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