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Christine at Sep 22, 2020 11:51 PM

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Another legend about the Yuri-ulu (Appendix x p.) relate partly to
[crossed out: further wanderings of the Yuri-ulu partly]
[crossed out: in connection with] the Wily aru ceremony (p -)
[crossed out: and] and partly [crossed out: with[ to their further
wanderings [crossed out: which apparently] to the north westward
when [crossed out: it finally] in the mountains they pass through the edge of the sky
into another country. There [crossed out: one of them died - but]
both of them died but returning to life they
called to their father with the voice of
thunder that it had died in a strange land.

[Left margin note: who was their father?]

The Yuriulu are as [he?] pointed out [crossed out: now pointed out as] the
stars Castis and Pollux [insert here: appendix p -]

A Wonkauguru legend records the wanderings of the
Mura-mura [crossed out: Kadigankuru mata] Makata Kaba
who was almost blind. But who recovered
his sight through seeing a distant fire which his
daughters had observed when with their mother
collecting seeds for food.

Then leaving them behind at his camp he
went forth on his wandering, singing, [crossed out: his Wapiya]
[crossed out: song which is] a song into which he wove all he saw.

At length he reaches the sea. Then having
gathered [crossed out: firs] glowing coals from a fire which had
sprung up he wandered towards the south [crossed out: at]
making a song, until he reached the
Macumba country where being ridiculed
by its people he [crossed out: burned them] destroyed them
[crossed out: with a] by a fire lighted with the [crossed out: coa] hot coals
he carried in his bag.

Meanwhile his wife and children were
carried away by a whirlwind further and
further to the north and at length buried in
the land.

[Left margin note: man wife children]

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Another legend about the Yuri-ulu (Appendix x p.) relate partly to
[crossed out: further wanderings of the Yuri-ulu partly]
[crossed out: in connection with] the Wily aru ceremony (p -)
[crossed out: and] and partly [crossed out: with[ to their further
wanderings [crossed out: which apparently] to the north westward
when [crossed out: it finally] in the mountains they pass through the edge of the sky
into another country. There [crossed out: one of them died - but]
both of them died but returning to life they
called to their father with the voice of
thunder that it had died in a strange land.

[Left margin note: who was their father?]

The Yuriulu are as [he?] pointed out [crossed out: now pointed out as] the
stars Castis and Pollux [insert here: appendix p -]

A Wonkauguru legend records the wanderings of the
Mura-mura [crossed out: Kadigankuru mata] Makata Kaba
who was almost blind. But who recovered
his sight through seeing a distant fire which his
daughters had observed when with their mother
collecting seeds for food.

Then leaving them behind at his camp he
went forth on his wandering, singing, [crossed out: his Wapiya]
[crossed out: song which is] a song into which he wove all he saw.

At length he reaches the sea. Then having
gathered [crossed out: firs] glowing coals from a fire which had
sprung up he wandered towards the south [crossed out: at]
making a song, until he reached the
Macumba country where being ridiculed
by its people he [crossed out: burned them] destroyed them
[crossed out: with a] by a fire lighted with the [crossed out: coa] hot coals
he carried in his bag.

Meanwhile his wife and children were
carried away by a whirlwind further and
further to the north and at length buried in
the land.

[Left margin note: man wife children]