Boiling Establishment at Tarrabandra

The Sydney Morning Herald

5 March 1844

Cattle and Sheep Boiling Establishment, On The River Tumut, Near Gundagai.

The undersigned will shortly have a Boiling Establishment in full operation at his station "Tarrabandra," junction of the Tumut and Murrumbidgee. Boilers to contain from 1500 to 2000 gallons being on the way for that purpose.

The charges will be the same as at Sydney, viz., 10s. per head for Cattle and 9d. for Sheep; or, at the option of parties, either young Cattle or Sheep will be taken in payment.

The Tallow will be delivered on the spot, classed and packed for market. Casks will also be provided at cost price, timely notice being given.

Every convenience will be afforded, and any further information, by personal application to Mr. Newnham, the superintendent, on the station.

John Tooth.