Howitt and Fison Papers

OverviewStatisticsSubjects

Search for McDonald* "Hannah McDonald" Hannah*

XM29_ICDMS_lowres Beardsmore to Howitt 10 October 1907

1

1

No 614Office ofBoard for Protection of AboriginesSydney, 10th October, 1907

Dear Sir, Adverting to my note of the 12th ultimo,in reply to yours of the 6th idem, I beg to state thatthe Manager of Cumeroogunga Station reports that he hasmade careful inquiries respecting the survivors of the"Wirradgiri" tribe, and can only find one full-bloodon the station and surrounding district (Robert McDon-ald). This tribe, he says, belongs to the Murrum-bidgee.Yours faithfully.R H Beardsmore

A W Howitt, EsqClovelly,Metung, Victoria

Last edit about 2 months ago by ALourie

XM311 Siebert to Howitt 27/Jul/1898

2

2

Die einfach __unterstrichenen Murdus den einze1nen Gegenden besonders eigen z.B. ngarandula ganz besonders im Siiden u. Siidosten vertreten. I. Allgemein Verbreitet: 1. Woma (Carpet Snake) 2. Karku (Red Ochre) 3. Warogati (Emu) 4. Padi (Grub?) 5. Kanalka (Crow) 6. Karanora (Eagle Hawk) 7. Malura (Cormorant) 8. Kuraura (Kai?) 9. Markara (Native Carp) 10. Kintala (Dog) II. 1m Siiden und Siidosten: Hergott Springs, Beltana, Lake Frome, Flinders Ranges etc. 11. Ngarandula (Laubfrosch) 12. Maika (a Tree) 13. Kapiri (Iguana) 14. Bukatu (Expedition red ochre) 15. Malbaru (Art Kranich -scharz mit weissen Flecken) 16. Willuru (Curlew) 17. Kani (Jew Lizard) 18. Jikawra (?) (Dasgur?) 19. T;ukuru (Kangaroo) 20. Tjinvilitja (Swallow mit rotem Schnabel) 21.Kapita (Native rabbit) 22. Pildra (Possum) III. 1m Westen und Nordwesten: Ost1. v. Lake Eyre, Finke, McDonald Ranges etc. 23. Mudlakupa (Bream) 24. Kirrhapara (Eel) 25. Kokula (Beutelratte) 26. Kanunga (Bush Wallaby)27. Kanangara (Seed ofMangura) 28. Kaladiri (Kr6te) 29. Tidnamara (Frog) [Pildra, Kani, Kapiri] IV. 1m Norden: Diamantina, Warburton, Kallakupa, etc. 30. Jana (Eine Zwiebelart -Knolle ErbsengroB) 31. Maiaru (Rat) 32. Wonduru (Big Snake) 33. Punta (Spitzmaus) 34. Pit jeri (Native Tobacco) 35. Kuntjiri (Seed ofan Acacia) [Kanangara V. 1m Nordosten u. Osten: All the Cooper and Thomson, Lake Gregory, L. Hope, Perigundi etc. etc. 36. Katatara (Shell parott) 37. Tokupirapira (Pan (?) Beetle) 38. Milkitjelpara (Pflanze so wie ich sehe zur Familie der Sternkr ..(?) Terandria geh6rig) 39. Puralku (Native Companion) 40. Mitindi (small thin snake) 41. Tabaira (Erdschwalbe) 42. Paljara (kleine Beutelratte) 43. Watari (Kangaroo-rat) 44. Waparu (Fledermaus Art, fliegende Maiaru) 45. Manpi (Owl) 46. Tjimbalunga (Austral. Rotkelchen) 47. Tjilbarku (Reiher) 48. Ngarumba (Box Wood) 49. Piramoku (Native Cat) 50. Wolanguru (Green Parott) 51. Nguraanpa (Grasart) 52. Judlanti (Native Fig) 52. [sic] Karabana (Art Maus)

58. Paru (Pilchard) 59. Ngaratji (Bandikoth) 60. Dapidapi (Holzwespe) Die letzten 3 wurden mir wohl als murdus bezeichnet, doch ist es mir leider noch nicht gelungen es genau zu ermitteln. N achtraglich erfuhr ich noch etliche Murdus zu III. (Finke) 61. Pirinti (groBe Eidechse, bis 3 FuB lang) 62. Marumaru (Wasserkafer?) 63. Mirka (Ameise)

Last edit 11 months ago by J Gibson

tip70-10-33-6 Brazier to Howitt 28/10/1873

2

2

Bmale male1 native name Boocharta 2. native name (not known) 3. name not known 418. wife's name not known 19. wife's n. not known

5. Johnny Lutton [8.Billy King - crossed out]6. Lucy do. Carta Poonung 7 Old Charley [9 Hannah King - crossed out]8 King9 wife's name not known10 Emily 11 Robert 12 John 13 Eva

14 King Billy 15 Billy Hewitt16 Nora, 17 Bella

1 calls Mahmong1 [ditto] Wurrongahera1 [ditto] 7 Mahmong1 [ditto] 8 Penneng1 [ditto] 9 Wurrongahera1 [ditto] 10, 11, 12, 13 Coocoon1 [ditto] 14, 15 Penneng1 [ditto] 18 Gnummi1 [ditto] 19 Worti2 [ditto] 1 Worti2 [ditto] 18 Blueng hera2 [ditto] 19 Wurrongahera2 [ditto] 5 Mahmong2 [ditto] 6 Wurrongahera2 [ditto] 7 Wurrongat2 [ditto] 8 Mahmong2 [ditto] 9 -2 [ditto] 10 - cocoon18 [ditto] 1 Aunn18 [ditto] 2 Penneng18 [ditto] 19 Cuckki18 [ditto] 3 Gnummi (but there is noblood relationshiponly friend)18 [ditto] 5 Gnappung18 [ditto] 6 Carrin18 [ditto] 7 Coocung (but no relation18 [ditto] 8 - they only take the name)18 [ditto] 9 Cammuch18 [ditto] 10-15 Curruck Curruck19 [ditto]1 (only friend)19 [ditto] 18 -19 [ditto] 6-95 [ditto] 10-13 Tookey hookey5 [ditto] 14-15 Gnummi (a youth)5 [ditto] 16-17 Beneng hera2 [ditto] 16-17 Wyath18 [ditto] 16-17 Pahpin yarra1 [ditto] 16-17 (not known)8 [ditto] 10-13 Gnappoon8 [ditto] 14-15 Mahmong8 [ditto] 16-17 Wyath16 [ditto] 14 Pepi16 [ditto] 15 Pepi16 [ditto] 9 Currakie16 [ditto] 8 + 2 Gnapoon16 [ditto] 19 Currakie16 [ditto] 10-13 Bahpup or Gnummi10 + 11 [ditto] 16 + 17 Wurrongahera

[written sideways at bottom right of page]Nov 5 1873My dear Mr FisonI send you herewith the first results of my enquiries among my friends on the relationship+c of the Blacks. It does not seem full enough orperhaps quite correct but you can let meknow.Excuse this unceremonious notebut I am pressed for time.

I am my dear Mr FisonYours sincerelyAW Howitt

Last edit 2 months ago by ALourie
All 3 records