History Story told by Micheal Jampin Jones. Broadcast on A.B.C Radio's ""Speaking out" program Sunday 19th of April 1998.
Transcribed by Kevin Jungarrayi Morrison.
Hello ajjinyi wini Micheal Jampin Jones. Arni ngini Warumungu.
Hello my name is Micheal Jampin Jones. I'm Warumungu.
Ajjinyi wapparr ngini Warumungu, manu ngarra arni ngini Tennant Creek ngarra.
Also my language is Warumungu and I'm from around Tennant Creek area.
Ajjinyi manu ngini kampaju kari ajjinyi manu Karlinjaringi, arntapal arnkkul nyinta, manungku Karlinjaringi-jji. Arnttunya arni nigini apina ajjinyi kampaju karinjul.
My father's country is Karlinjaringi that's where we are staying now. I was there with my father before.
Arni ngattu jinyi manungku Seven mil-jji, kajurnu paninya Tennant Creek ngarra. Marluka jinyi arni, arnttunya arnkkul jina warli warli apina arnkkul, ajjinyi jangu kampaju jangu apina arnkkul.
I was born at Seven Mile north of Tennant Creek. I grow up around there and we were walking around the area with my father.
Alangarra ngini partinyi arnkkul kajunu purtta, manungku alaka, Rocky kina karn arnkkul alakana, wippanpa arnkkul paramanyi.
From there we went towards the north then to Rocky (Rockhampton Downs Station) and we stayed there for good.