Please explain exactly what happened. Back to sleep, the rest of you. She broke out through here. Come on, you kids, get up there, you're late! A lot of people worried for you. Just getting the washing, Mrs Evans! My men will do their jobs, Mr Neville. I know it all feels very strange, but after a few days you'll feel quite at home. We're going home, to Mother.
Those babies - where their mothers? In your capacity as local protector, you are to proceed to Jigalong to await their arrival and effect their recapture. That tracker, he's gonna get us and put us in that room. The youngest is of particular concern. Ask them for something to eat. What are you standing there dreamin' about? Hundreds of half-caste children have been gathered up and brought here to be given the benefit of everything our culture has to offer. They were running out over there about an hour or so ago. They'll put you in the boob, hurry up.
Now, what is to happen to them? Nina, have you seen the new girls? I'm going to go take a look. Nothing out of the ordinary. I'll have Moodoo come up from the south behind them. Everyone was always caught, stuck in that boob. To Constable Riggs, Police Station, Nullagine.
And the cost is more than to just our pride. One for you, one for me and one for both of us. As you know, every Aborigine born in this State comes under my control. I would ask to be kept informed of their whereabouts, so that at some future date, they may indeed be. If they would only understand what we are trying to do for them.
Irene, Cheryl, stop running around. Give me back my Daisy! Did she run away home? There's very little money in my departmental budget. They can go to proper school. If they see us, they'll catch us. Come on, make your beds! If it is not dealt with now, it will fester for years to come. I have nothing more to say! But you want to be here. I heard he get them runaways all the time.
What are you going to do - sell the thing? You wouldn't get me out there. You think you're so smart. Who's going to pay for it? Nah, he's not going to get us. Now, you put your man out here on the fence and north of this junction. Got no say in it. Daisy, give me your bag. Keeps the farmland on this side of the fence.
You'll get used to it. I hear your mummy in Wiluna. Well, what about the fathers? You get your man up there. Now, a week ago, you said. And I want them to stay there. I'm not going to stay here. We come to the Moore River Native Settlement.
Let's go to Meeka, catch a train to Wiluna. Now, about those little ones from Kalgoorlie. Now, if you cut across here. I want the word spread. The bucket's in the corner. This makes our task very much easier.