1,000 Head of Quiet Cattle

The Sydney Morning Herald

28 December 1846

Wednesday, The 10th February, At 11 o'clock, 1000 Head Of Quiet Cattle, running at the Station of Messrs. James and William Macarthur, called " Nangus," Near Gundagai, on The Murrumbidgee River, consisting of 400 Cows, half of them from 2 to 3 years old; 300 Oxen, between 3 and 5 years old; 300 Oxen, between l8 months and 3 years old; Sucking Calves given in.

To be delivered at Nangus, on or before the 10th March. Nangus is on the direct road to Port Phillip, and Adelaide, and from the large proportion of Oxen of suitable age either for fattening or Working Cattle, this herd is particularly suited for the South Australian Market.