These axes seem to have been hafted specifically for Bonney, perhaps as gifts; one (196) bears a faint pencil note on the ... which documents the museum specimens exactly a aquot;The stone axe heads (Tarroonyah) which were in general use ... in a wooden handle a A green- stick (willow a wilyurru being preferred) was bent toward the axe head some of the axes ... of the axe head, when good eynia is used, free from sand and clean the fixing is very secure and will keep the axe headanbsp;...
|Title||:||A petrological analysis of ground-edge artefacts from northern New South Wales|
|Author||:||R. A. Binns, Isabel McBryde|
|Publisher||:||Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island - 1972|