Cattle for Sale at Warby's Late Station
5 March 1838 The Sydney Herald
To be Disposed of by Private Contract, in consequence of the Proprietor being desirous of reducing his herd, about two hundred Cows, from three years old and upwards; also, from fifty to one hundred Bullocks.
The above are worthy the attention of newly arrived Emigrants, and the Agents of Stock-holders at Port Phillip. South Australia, &e, and will be deliverable at Warby's late station, on the Murrumbidgee, being upon the high road to the above flourishing Settlements.
Terms liberal - Ten percent. Cash deposit, and the residue by approved Bills at three, six, and nine months, the two latter bearing interest.
For further particulars and to treat for the same, apply to Mr. J. Smith, Solicitor, Castlereagh street, Sydney.