After following Lake Barlee for nine miles, it turned to the southward.
Hope to reach Israelite Bay to-morrow, as it is only sixteen miles distant.
We have not seen any permanent water for the last eighty miles.
Continuing westerly for about ten miles, we reached the water, our bivouac on the 22nd.
Steered east for four miles, when we struck Mr. Gosse's cart-track.
He also said there was a well of good water about eight miles further on.
We turned east for ten miles to a range, which we found to be covered with spinifex.
Fine pools for the first six miles, with numbers of ducks in them.
To the east, plains for at least thirty miles, when broken ranges were visible.
I will send back and get the flour, as it is only five miles off.