- Maize or Indian corn—wheat is never called corn in Australia.
- a pen, or “stand” in a shearing-shed.
- work. The term is now applied, in Australia, to all sorts of work, from bullock-driving to writing poetry
- a rough hut
- a shanty-keeper who entices cheque-men to drink.
- is always west of the Bushman, no matter how far out he be.
Put up a drink
- ‘Give me a drink on credit’, or ‘Chalk it up’
- to buy a round of drinks.
- ‘whorrie’, Maori name for house