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Sale of Cunderang cattle

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Wednesday 28 October 1846, The Sydney Morning Herald


TUESDAY, 3RD NOVEMBER.

1174 HEAD OF CATTLE,

AND

31 HORSES,

RUNNING ON THE McLEAY RIVER.

MR. SAMUEL LYONS will sell by

auction, at his Mart, on

TUESDAY, 3RD NOVEMBER,

At 11 o’clock.

The following herd of Cattle, running at

the Stations called Torokoo and Cunderang,

on the McLeay River, as per muster of April

last –

13 Bulls

270 Bullocks

223 Steers

286 Cows

382 Heifers

All calves under six months given in

1174 Head, more or less

Being one undivided moiety of 2348 head.

—–

ALSO,

31 Head of Horse Stock

Being one undivided moiety of 62 head,

running as above, as per muster of same

date.

From the large quantity of Bullocks

and Steers, and the superior breed of the

Cattle, this sale may be considered a most

favourable opportunity for a

PROFITABLE INVESTMENT.

Terms at sale.

Written by macalba

November 6, 2010 at 8:05 pm

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  1. Very interesting – especially the muster of horses, likely to be brumbies or Walers, which may have been sent overseas as war horses. May have … who knows?

    Sasha

    November 10, 2010 at 1:30 am


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