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Finding The Bodies Estimate Of M'Neill's Times By What He Says At The Inquiry.

Where

Mile

Time Minute

Time

Leaves Murphy's

.

.

08:00

From Murphy's to creamery

2

15

08:15

Stops at creamery

.

3

08:18

To Rails

2

15

08:33

Checks tracks

.

3

08:36

Downs rails

.

2

08:38

Through gate and replaces rails

.

2

08:40

Walks horse up over ridge and to fence

15

08:55

Then back to rails

15

09:10

Back through rails, checks tracks again.

.

3

09:13

He dismounts and walks to scene

5/8

20

09:33

Says he spent 5 minutes at the scene

.

5

09:38

Scene to slip rails

.

5

09:43

Downs rails

1

09:44

Gallops to Gatton

2

10

09:54

Stops at hotel for directions

2

09:56

Rides to police

3

09:59

Tells Arrell (Yet Arrell says at the Royal Commission He received the first intimation of the crime at about a quarter past 9)

.

5

10:04

Arrell saddles a horse

.

10

10:14

They canter to the rails

2

15

10:29

Examine rails

.

5

10:34

Arrive at scene

.

10

10:44

Stays 5 minutes

.

5

10:49

Scene to rails

5/8

5

11:04

Scene to Murphy's

4

20

11:24

Tells story at home

.

10

11:34

Catch and harness horses

.

20

11:54

Back to scene in wagon

4

25

12:24

He did not do the things he said he did as the times do not match. He is 1 hour 5 minutes out of kilter.

Yet Here Is What He Says In An Interview On The 5th January 1899

Where

Mile

Minutes

Time

Leaves Murphy's

.

.

08:00

From Murphy's to creamery

2

15

08:15

Stops at creamery

.

2

08:17

To Rails

2

12

08:29

Checks tracks

.

3

08:32

Downs rails

.

2

08:34

Through gate and replaces rails

.

2

08:36

Walks horse up over ridge and to the scene. Not following same track. Found bodies.

15

08:51

Says he spent 5 minutes at the scene

.

5

08:53

Scene to slip rails

.

5

08:58

Downs rails

.

1

08:59

Gallops to Gatton

2

11

09:10

Stops at hotel for directions

.

4

09:14

Rides to police

.

1

09:15

Tells Arrell (Arrell says at the Royal Commission He received the first intimation of the crime at about a quarter past 9)

.

3

09:18

Arrell saddles a horse

5

09:23

They canter to the rails

2

14

09:37

Examine rails

.

3

09:40

Arrive at scene

.

5

09:45

Stays 5 minutes

.

5

09:50

Scene to rails

5/8

4

09:54

Gallops from scene to Murphy's

4

12

10:06

Tells story at home

10

10:16

Catch and harness horses

20

10:36

Back to scene in wagon

Thos. Wilson, J.P. Stated two persons arrived first, and then M'Neill and the mother came. (Where is the father?)

4

30

11:06

The List Of Ambiguities Goes On And On.

Dan Murphy Senior. About 10 o'clock his son Will informed him that the three children had been murdered. He asked if they were shot, and he said he did not know. Will son further said M'Neill came out and told him.

Mary Murphy Senior Said M'Neill left about 8 o'clock, and returned a little after 10 o'clock.

Jeremiah Murphy After 9 o'clock, when they were chaff cutting, M'Neill rode up, looking bad.

Mrs. Polly M'Neill Her husband returned about 10 o'clock.

(They all say he arrived back about 10 o'clock yet he says 11 why?)

Arrell said he received the first intimation of the crime at about a quarter past 9.

Charles Gilbert, licensee of the Brian Boru Hotel, Gatton, deposed that on Tuesday, 27th December, a man named William M'Neill, between 9 and 10 o'clock

Thomas Wilson a blacksmith, of Gatton, deposed to M'Neill's arrival at the Brian Boru Hotel at half-past 9 o'clock on the morning of the 27th December, and announcing that the three Murphy's were lying dead in a paddock.

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