Stock for sale
2 March 1838 The Australian (Sydney)
Yass. To be sold by auction, At Hanley's Inn, Yass, on Thursday, 22nd March next, at Twelve o'clock precisely.
About twenty very superior Horses, Mares, and Gelding's, including two Chesnutt Geldings, four yours old, warranted sound and quiet to ride, and known us first-rate hacks.
One of them is n superior Lady's Morse, having been constantly used in that capacity.
One bay Horse, together with a Tilted Cart and Harness complete, well worth the attention of any settler proceeding to Port Phillip.
Three Horses, and about eighty Hand of Cattle, Confiscated Properly to the Crown.
Two hundred ad forty Hand of Cattle, now running at Tumut, will also be put up, unless disposed of previously by Private Contract.
Terms made known at time of Sale.
The above will constitute a series of periodical Sales, which the Gentry in the vicinity of Yass are desirous of establishing.