This is a rich and powerful story of a man whose design created meaning for a people once invisible to mainland Australia, the people of the Torres Strait.
Manuk (voiced by Joshua Ahn), pretending to shoot a gun, exchanges a few battle cries with his absent father, and throws a rock at a man on a bicycle, who crashes.
Manuk (voiced by Joshua Ahn), in anticipation of the coming train, places a steel bolt on the train track and waits for the results.
Grandad Rudd (Bert Bailey) challenges his neighbour Mr Regan (Les Warton) to a family cricket match, in order to avoid having to pay Regan for some pigs.
Incensed that his father has given him a raise with one hand and taken it away with the other, Dave (Fred MacDonald) and his wife Lil (Lilias Adeson) gather the other brothers, Joe (William McGowan
Grandad Rudd (Bert Bailey) and Mr Banks (Bill Stewart) leave the pub in a state of complete inebriation. Mr Banks offers Mr Rudd a lift on his horse.