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Cunderang for sale again.

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Australian Town and Country Journal (NSW), Saturday 2 October 1875

situated 40 miles from Walcha, and adjoining those well
known stations Nevission's YARROWITCH, Fletcher's    
WALLAMUMBY, Hargraves' HILLGROVE, and Bell's
JEOGLA, together with
3500 CATTLE, more or less.
P. N. Trebeck          
has received instructions from Mrs. Crawford to  
sell by auction, at his rooms, Squatters' Exchange, Sydney,
on THURSDAY, 14th. October, at 11 o'clock,  
That well and favourably known property
the CUNDERANG Station.
consisting of a very large extent of well grassed
country, abundantly watered in all seasons by the fol-
lowing rivers and creeks :-
40 miles frontage to EACH SIDE of the Macleay River, 30
miles frontage to EACH SIDE of the Cunderang
Creek, 30 miles frontage to the River Styx, and other
With CUNDERANG will be sold
3500 HEAD CATTLE, more or less,
bred originally from the celebrated SEGENHOE herd,
50 working horses, a team of bullocks, stores, &c., &c., to be
taken at a valuation.
The grazing capabilities are estimated at 5000 HEAD, but
with fencing, a very much larger number.  
The IMPROVEMENTS consist of a shingled verandah cot-
tage, kitchen &c., &c.
A large paddock of 1500 acres and a smaller one; capa-
cious stockyard at home station, numerous others on the run,
and EVERY CONVENIENCE for working the station to  
CUNDERANG is a first-class breeding station, supply-
from the sale of bullocks. Capitalists in search of a steadily
paying investment are invited to examine the run and stock
before the day of sale.
Any further particulars may be obtained at the Rooms.
P. N. Trebeck, Stock and Station Agent, Squatters'
Exchange, George-street.

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September 21, 2011 at 8:04 am

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