Strayed from Tumut River

The Sydney Monitor and Commercial Advertiser

6 August 1840

Five Pounds Reward. Strayed from Mr. Welby's [Warby?] Station on the Tumut River, about the 25th of June last a very dark brownish bay mare, aged, about 15 hands high, with a switch tail and straight quarters, recently marked with the collar, and a few white marks under the saddle, with a white star on her fore head, and branded S. on the near side under the saddle.

Whoever will give such information either to Messrs. M. D. Hunter and Co., Fort-street, Sydney, or to Mr. Welby, [Warby?] at his station on the Tumut, as will lead to her recovery, shall receive the above reward.