~RUN Claims to Lease 1848~

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1848 - CLAIMS TO LEASES OF CROWN LANDS BEYOND THE SETTLED DISTRICTS. - (From the Government Gazette.) - MURRUMBIDGEE DISTRICT. COLONIAL Secretary's Office, Sydney, September 30 - His Excellency tho Governor directs it to be notified, for tho information of all persons interested, that in pur- suance of her Majesty's Order in Council, of the 9th March, 1847, the undermentioned persons have de manded leases of the several runs of Crown Land, particularised in connexion with their respective names

Persons who object to any of these claims, either wholly or in part, should lodge caveats at this office within two months from the present date, specifying the lands to which their objections extend, and the grounds on which their objections are based. It is to be distinctly understood that the Govern ment does not pledge itself to the issue of a lease in any case until due inquiry has been made into the validity of the claim, and whether or not it may be necessary to reserve any portion of tho land claimed, for any of the public purposes contemplated in the Order in Council.

By His Excellency's command E. DEAS THOMSON.

No 54. Green Edward B. Name of run, Boromagad - Estimated area, sixty nine-thousand acres. Estimated grazing capabilities, ten thousand sheep. Bounded on the west by a line of six miles thirty chains due north from the Wakool Creek, being a prolongation of the western boundary line of Barham run ; on the north by a line of fourteen miles ten chains due east, on the east by a line of seven miles due south to the Wakool Creek at the north east point of Barham run; and on the south, (fourteen miles twenty chains in a direct course from east to west) by the said creek to the point of commencement.

55. Green E. B. Name of run, Barham. Estimated area, eleven thousand five hundred acres. Estmated grazing capabilities, one thousand five hundred cattle. Bounded on the north (fourteen miles twenty chains in a direct course from west to east) by the Wakool Creek, on the east by a line of seven miles fifteen chains south, five degrees east, thence by a line of two miles forty chains south, forty fire degrees west to Thule Creek; thence in a southerly direction of seven miles by the said creek to the River Murray, on the south-west (fifteen miles twenty chains in a direct course to the tree marked 96,) (miles from the Mur- rumbidgee) by the said river ; and on the west by a line nine miles fifty chains due north to the point of commencement on the Wakool Creek.

56. Guise William. Name of run, Cunningardroo or Cunningroo. Estimated area, fifty thousand acres. Estimated grazing capabilities, one thousand flve hun- dred cattle, or nine thousand sheep. Bounded on the north side by the southern bank of the Murrumbidgee River, (commencing at the north-east corner of Joseph Peter's run,) and passing over Kiambla Creek until it meets Tar Cutter Creek at its junction, being a distance of about seven miles; on the east bv Tar Cutter Creek parting it from Hillas' run to M'Leay's run ; on the south-east by the north-western boundary of M'Leay's run, being a south-westerly line of about fourteen miles, and on the west by a line running from thence northerly and parting Peters' run to the commencing corner on the Murrumbidgee River.

57. Guise William. Name of run, Bringenbrong. Estimated area, sixty thousaud acres, Estimated grazing capabilities, one thousand five hundred cattle, nine thousand sheep. Bounded on the south-west side by the north-eastern side of the Murray River, (com- mencing at the south-east corner of Harvey's run,) and running along the bank of the same about ten miles to the south-west corner of Grant and Trevillion's run; on the south-east by the centre of a range dividing it from the same about ten miles; on the north-east by the centre of a range of high mountains; and on the north-west by the centre of a range being the boundary of Harvey's run to the river Murray.

58. Guise William. Name of run, Ellewar. Estimated area, two hundred und twenty thousand acres. Estimated grazing capabilities, two thousand cattle. It is situated on the southbank of the Murrumbidgee, about fifty miles above the Junction of the Lechlan; bounded on the north by the Murrumbidgee fourteen miles; east by a line drawn from a marked tree on the river bank running south for twenty-five miles forming the boundary withi Chapman; west by a line running parallel with Chapman's boundary, and forming the boundry with Tooth's ran ; south by a line running between the ends of these two lines. There is no back water (permanant) and it only carries ?? ???? ???? from having occasional water about eighteen miles back from the river.

65. Garland James. Name of run, Tooma. Estimated area, fifteen thousand acres. Estimated grazing capabilities, seven thousand sheep. The Tooma station is bounded from Mr. Read's station of Manus by a line from a tree on the left bank of the Manus creek, marked T, bearing easterly two miles along Dandy creek to the summit of a high dividing range between the Tumberambah and Manus creeks, thence along the top of this range, north two miles to a point from which the line bears east half a mile to the junction of the Cowa or Waterfall creek with the Tumberumbah; thence easterly one and a half miles by a ridge topping the falls into the Cowa creek, and bounding Mr. Campbell's station of Burra to the summit of the Marigul mountains; thence by one mile of a spur of that mountain which leads south, easterly and bounds Dr. Bell's station of Merlgul till said spur falls into the Merigul Creek on its right bank immediately above the Spring Creek's junction with the Merigul Creek; thence along the latter creek southerly half a mile to a point at the extremity of a ridge on the left bank near a rocky fall where a tree is marked T ; thence along this ridge easterly one mile separating the falls into the Merigul Creek above those below said marked tree to the summit of a very high range which leads about south-east by east two and a half miles and falls by a spur into the Toomah or Gregnuk Biver, at a point where a tree is marked T ; thence along this river south-westerly four miles, bounding Thomas Richards' and Messrs. Harvey's sta- tion to a point where a remarkable round hill meets the river on its right bank to a tree marked TW; thence ascending this hill and leading along tho summit level of the forest range (which top the falls into the Hume, and separate the falls into the Toomah above and below last mentioned marked tree,) bounding Messrs Hay and Chalmer's station of Walaregong, and bearing north- west four and a half miles to a point in the range, being the summit of a conical hill at a tree marked T W ; thence northerly along a spur of said conical hill half a mile to the west bank of the Manus Creek at a remarkable cliff where there is a box tree with a double stem growing out of said cliff marked TW ; and thence along the Manus Creek north-westerly to a point on its left bank where a tree is marked T herein first mentioned.

6O. Hawdon Joseph. Name of run. Manus. Estimated area, thirty thousand acres. Estimated grazing capabilities, one thousand cattle. Bounded on the north-east by the Manus Creek, between Mr. Gale and Manus station, and by the dividing Tumbarumba range, between Mr. Campbell or his successors ; bounded on the south by east by a mountain know as Ike's mountain which runs to Crawley Creek; and bounded on the south-west by Crawley Creek and a range dividing waters of the Boy's Gig Creek from those of Doctor's Creek.

61. Hawdon J. Name of run, Ingelluck. Estimated area, twenty-five thousand acres. Estimated grazing capabilities, eight hundred cattle. Bounded on the south by the River Hume, commencing at a marked tree near Niton's hut, and running about a mile and a half above Jingelluck hut, bounded on the cast by the dividing range between Mr. Scott's station and the Horse Creek, commencing at the aforesaid range, and running in a north-east direction to Mr. Louis's station this includes all waters falling into the Horse Creek; bounded on the north by the waters falling into the aforesaid Horse Creek near its source, and all waters falling into the aforesaid Sandy Creek hole, after which it ¡s bounded by a dividing range with Mr. Robinson, running toward the Billybong range; bounded west by the Billybong range to Ninton's hut.

62. Heaver Richard. Name of run, Rosebank, (Gilmore Creek) - Estimated area, twelve thousand acres. Estimated grazing capabilities, six hundred and forty cattle, four thousand sheep. Bounded on the north by George Shelly, Esq, sheep station, and by a leading range running north and south for three and a half miles on the east side, dividing my run from that of Charles and Henry Whitty, Esqrs., J P 's, and on the west by a creek, called the Spring Creek, or better known as the Springs, running from south east in a northi westerly direction, and bounded on the north eight miles up the creek by the station of John Macnamarra and Timothy Mara - on the north east end, and by ranges on the north west end, which range runs to the brink of the creek, which range branches off from the Spring Creek, and runs from the west in an easterly direction.

63 Hall Henry Name of run, Yaouk. Estimated area, twenty thousand acres Estimated grazing capabilities, one thousaud cattle. Five miles frontage on the Murrumbidgee River, and bounded by that river on the west side, and extending back to the Mount Murray Range.

64 Hall Henry Name of run, Mullion. Estimated area, ten thousand acres. Estimated grazing capa- bilities, three thousand sheep. Five miles to the west of the Murrumbidgee River, ten miles to the south of Cavan, bounded on the north by Mr Beckham's run ; on the south and cast by J. E. Turner , and on the west by mountains.

65 Hill George. Name of run, Yanco. Estimated area, fifty-seven thousand six hundred acres. Esti- mated grazing capabilities, one thousand two hundred cattle. Bounded on thu north by the river Murrum- bidgee , east by a creek on the east side of the Salt Bush Plain , south by Yaraty, about ten miles from the river , west by a north line one and a half miles west of Guise's hut.

66, Herbert William C. Name of run, Naas and Orarell Estimated area, six thousand acres. Esti- mated grazing capabibilites, seven thousand cattle. Bounded on part of the north by an imaginary line along the ridge of a spur of Mount Tenant, dividing the lands now described from the run called Boorooroomba, now occupied by Willium Davis ; on the remaining part of the north by an imaginary line along the ridge of another spur of Mount Tenant, being nearly east to a small stream called Little River, dividing them from Stony Creek sheep station in the occupation of James Wright; on the east by an imaginary line running about south west from a bend in the Little River, called the Corner-hole, to the ridge of a range about half a mile from the dwelling-house at Naas , and thence in about the same direction across ranges to a hut on the Gudgenby river, occupied by Thomas Chippendale, dividing the lands now described from the run called Naas, occupied by Thomas Chippendale, on the south by ranges dividing them from the run called Gudgenby, now occupied byEdward Severne; on part of the west by ranges called Bimberri ranges, and on the remaining, part of the west by ranges dividing the now described lands from Boorooroomba run.

67. Hervey W. and M. Name of run, Indi. Estimated area, sixteen thousand acres Estimated grazing capabilities eight hundred cattle. Indi is in the fork formed by the junction of the two highest tributaries of the Hume river, flowing from south to north, forming the boundary of Beggang, the run of Mr. Collins, and from Towong, the run of Mr. Alleyne, these parties being in the Port Phillip district, bounded east by the Swampy plain river, flowing nearly parallel to the above, and forming the boundary from Khan Coban, the run of Messrs. Grant and Trevelyan, and from Binglubarong, the run of Mr Guys; bounded north by the junction of these rivers; south without neighbours, the mountains, about nine miles up either river, becoming quite precipitous to the river side.

68 Hervey Wm. and M. Name of run Gri Grik. Estimated area, seventeen thousand acres ; Estimated grazing capabilities, one thousand cattle. Gri Grik, bounded north-east by Possum point creek, which flows north from a branch of the Australian Alps, called the Munyang range, and forms the boundary for about four miles from Thomas Richards, until it joins the Possum Point River, which flows from the same range ; bounded north by the Possum Point River for three-quarters of a mile from Toomah, the run of Mr. Garland, until it joins the Tooma River, coming from the north-east, these rivers united from the Gri i Grik river, which flows south- west; bounded north-west and west by the Gri Grik River about two miles from Mr. Garland, for about five miles more to its junction with the main branch of the Hume River, forming the boundary from Welaregang, the run of Messrs. Hay and Chalmers ; bounded south- west by the Hume River, from the runs of Mr. Shelley for about two miles to a point of a high range, which terminates within four hundred yards of the river; commencing at this point we follow the ridge of the range east for about four miles, when it trends north- east for about five miles, until we regain the creek forming the north-east boundary. This range is the boundary on the east and south-east, from Bingumberong, the run of Mr. Guy's.

69. Hyland Messrs. Name of run, Quat Quata. Estimated area, ninety six thousand acres. Estimated grazing capabilities, thirteen hundred cattle. Watered by the river Murray, having a frontage of ten miles thereof, the river southing and northing, with a boun- dary line running from east to west, and dividing the run from that of Matthew Peace; lower down the river a bouudary line running from east to west for fifteen miles, dividing the run from that of Chapman, Esquire.

70. Huon A. A. Name of run, Gerogery. Estimated area, thirty-eight thousand acres. Estimated grazing capabilities, four hundred cattle or six thousand sheep. Commencing from a mountain called Table Top, by a line bearing south-west for a distance of six miles, the boundary being a marked tree line between Gerogery station and the station of Mr. Foote, from the termination of the six miles, bounded by a small creek or water-course, tracing which up to Gerogery Hill for four miles, then bj the» Gerogery Hill and by a smill dividing range between Messes. Crichton's station an 1 j my own, to a gully from the Table Top range, tho line from the small diiiding range and the gully about east' and wet, tho oastcrn hue being bounded by spurs from the Table Top mountain, and bearing nearly north and j south a distance of ten miles.

71. Hay and Chalmers. Name of run, Welaregang. Estimated area, seventeen thousand six hundred acres. Estimated grazing capabilities, one thousand three hundred cattle. Bounded on the south-west by the Hume or Murray River, and commencing at a point being at the junction of a remarkable deep creek about one hun- dred yards above an Island in the river, from Alston and Shelly's runs, upwards to the junction of the Tooma or Gregrek River, about seven miles south-east, thence from Hervey's run by the said Tooma or Gregrek river to a point where a remarkable round hill meets the river, at a tree marked (W. and T.) about two miles north-east; thence from Garland's run by a line in a right direction to the top of the said hill, and running thence along the summit level of the forest range, separating the waters which fall into the Hume and the Tooma or Gregrek Rivers below the said point ; on the latter river from those that full into the Tourna or Gregrek River above that point, to a point in the range, being the summit of a conical hill overhanging the Mannas Creek at a tree marked (W.T.) and thence along a spur of the said conical hill to the west bank of the Mannas Creek, at a point thereon, where a remarkable cliff meets the creek near a box tree with double stem, marked W. T., growing out of the said cliff, being about six miles in a general direction north north-west ; thence from Garlan's run also by the Mnnnas Creek to a point on the same, being at the junction of a small creek, called the Kangaroo Mountain Creek, at a marked gum-tree about one mile west north-west ; thence from Reid's run (formerly Murray's) by a line proceeding nearly north from the said junction to a marked box-tree on ths ridge between these two creeks ; thence along that ridge following the watershed between the said Kangaroo Mountain Creek and the Mannus Creak to a marked gum-tree thereon ; thence in a strait direction, crossing a branch of the Sapling Yard Creek, to a point close to a marked gum-tree where the Big Hill Road crosses the ridge between the said branch creek and the Sapling Yard Creek ; thence along the said ridge following the watershed between these two last named creeks to the crest of the range dividing the waters of the Mannas Creek from those of the creek known as Urazie or Glenken, being about three miles in a general direction west; and from Scott's run by the aforesaid deep creek (entering the Mannas River) to the ridge of the hill from which It falls ; and thence along the summit level of the range, being the division of the waters which flow into tho Hume above the said point from those which fall into it below, to the point in the said range aforesaid, being the termination of the boundary with Reid's run, at a marked stringybark tree, being about three miles nearly north.

72. Hay and Chalmers. Name of run, Wangaradyn, on the Niemer. Estimated area, eighty-six thousand four hundred acres. Estimated grazing capabilities, three thousand cattle. Bounded on the east from Mr. Boyd's run, &c., by a line running in a straight direction from the junction of the Jinmaringle Creek with the Niemer River to the Wakool River or Creek, being about seventeen miles due south; on the south and south-west by the Wakool River or Creek, from the point where the said line meets it to the junction of the Wyam Creek therewith immediately above Mr. Curtis' present hut, dividiug from Unett and Pinker- ton's run, and being about eighteen milos north-west ; on the west mid north-west from Curtis' run by a line running in a straight direction from the last named junction to the extreme south-western elbow of the Dyrbuggerainmong Creek to its junction with the Niemer, about sit miles north-east ; on the north from Boyd's sheep run, by the Niemer River or Creek from the said junction to tho aforesaid junction of tho Jinmaringle Creek with the said Niemer River, about ten miles east.

73. Hill and Crichton. Name of run, Walla Walla (Columba Creek ?) Estimated area, eighty square, miles. Estimated grazing capabilities, fourteen hun- dred cattle. The run is intersected by the Billybong Creek, which runs from east to west about nine miles ; it is bounded on the north by Doodle Swamp and Nu- milbla Ranges ; south the station of Jerigery, occupied respectively by Mr. Huon and Mr. Petrie; east Round Hill station, and on the northern part of the line by Coomar Plain, part of the run of Thomas Keachran ; west Hogan and Simmons' runs and the Penny Range.

74. Hill and Crichton. Name of run, Round Hill (Columba Creek?) Estimated area, eighty square miles. Estimated grazing capabilities, eight thousand sheep. Intersected by the Billybong Creek which runs from east to west eight or nine miles; on the south side of the creek the run is bounded on the west by the Back Creek of Walla Walla and Walla Walla station, from thence a line east one and a half miles to Table Top Range, forming a boundary with (Jerrogery) M. A. Huon, from thence a line north-east along Table Top Range and Yambla Ranges five miles, which divides it from Purtle and Carnaby, from thence a line north-east two and a half miles to the Billybong Creek, joining at two and a half miles east of the Round Hill, forming the boundary with Mr. Harriott's station (Carrabubla); it is bounded on the north side of the Billybong Creek; on the west by Walla Walla; on the north by a line commencing at the south-west corner of Coomar, and running along the south side of it to the south- east corner, from thence to the top of a low range south of Doodle Swamp, which range is two miles north of a creek; called the Majors Creek part of the run now described ; this line is the boundary with Thomas Keachran, and runs east four and a half miles from the said range a line east five miles till it joins the run of Jerry Jerry, Mr. Alfred Bell running parallel to the Major's Creek aforesaid one and a half mile north of it - this line forms a boundary with John Morris, (Buckagina), from thence along the top of a range south three miles, dividing from Jerry Jerry aforesaid, from thence south-west three and a half miles boun- dary of Post and Kean, and joining the run of Carra- bubla, from thence south-west four miles to the BillyBong Creek two and a half miles east of the Round Hill.

75. Hore John, junior, Name of run, Wagra, <.b> - Estimated area, twenty-three thousand acres. Estimated grazing capabilities, one thousand five hundred cattle. Bounded on the west corner on the bank of the River Hume by three-railed fence, also adjoining Mr. Andrew Hore's run; bounded south by the River Hume running up to a marked tree adjoining Mr. H. Jeffrey's run; north boundary running to a spring on the top of a range, running west to a marked tree on the top of the dividing range between Fowler's Swamp and Murrangandra; south line across the Swamp Creek adjoining Mr. H Calder's run, and taking in all the fall of ground on both sides of the creek, running to the dividing range between the swamp and the river, then running east back to the west corner on the bank of the river, distance from west corner to the marked tree adjoining Mr Jeffrey's run, eight miles; from the marked tree adjoining Mr Jeffrey's run to the Spring, five miles; from the Spring to the marked tree on the Murrungandra dividing range eight miles, from thence to the dividing range between the swamp and the river about four miles, and thence to the west corner on the bank of the riverr Hume about four miles,

76 Hore John, junior. Name of run, Turramia. Estimated area, sixty-four thousand acres. Estimated grazing capabilities, one thousand two hundred cattle. Bounded on the north west corner by the remains of an old hut adjoining Mr Hellis s run, running up the river east to a marked tree adjoining Mr. Robert Brown's about nine miles, north line running back twelve miles; west line running nine miles, south line back to the bank of the river twelve miles.

77 Heriot Elliot Name of run, Carabobala Estimated area, thirty five thousand two hundred acres. Estimated grazing capabilities, seven hundred cattle, four thousand sheep. On the upper part of the run my boundary with Mr. Whitty is the back creek for three miles in nearly a north western direction, and opposite the mouth of that creek on the south side of the Billybong a line about south-east for three miles ; from the extremity of the latter a line running about southwest to the mouth of the Four Mile Creek; ffom thence to the Native Dog Creek a mile from its mouth, which it follows to its junction with the mountain creek, the latter it follows up to the mouth of a dry creek running from the Little Yambla range, which it follows to its source, in all about ten miles, making my boundary with Mr Bardwell and Messrs. Purtel and Carmody, the Little Yambly range running about north west five miles or thereabouts, are my boundary with Messrs Purtel and Camody and Mr. Crichton, and a line from the point of the Yambla in a north east direction, crossing the Billybong three miles from my hut ; from thence it crosses the low ranges and runs along about three miles from the creek till it reaches the line of the back creek first mentioned, in all about ten miles, making my boundary with Air. Crichton and Messrs Post and Kane

78 Hillas John, estate of (per Francis Watkins). Name of run, Yab Tree. Estimated area, fifty thousand acres. Estimated grazing capabilities, one thousand one hundred cattle, four thousand sheep. Commencing on the Murrumbidgee river at Jones's Flat, near the south west corner of a lagoon by a spur ridge to the Tarcutta Range, and bounded on the south-west by that range to within these miles of Mr Charles Macarthur's station, thence about north east to a tree on Yeven Yeven Creek marked by Commission Bingham, and bounded by Yeven Yeven Creek to its junction with the Nacky Nacky, thence by a spur ridge to Mount Adon and by the source of the Black Springs to the Gilligro Range, and bounded on the east by part of that range and a spur of the same till it dips to the river at a sand ridge, east of Mandurlon Flat.

79 Howe Thomas. Name of run, Gunnong Jugrawah. Estimated area, thirty two thousand acres. Estimated grazing capabilities, six hundred and forty cattle, six thousand sheep. Bounded on the west by the Murrumbidgee River eleven miles; on the north by the top of a ridge running from a piece of land, termed the Point, now in the occupation of Messrs. William and Edward Howe, near Jugiong to the table land on the Red Hills, directly above the Oak Creek, a distance of four miles, the boundary between Mr C. O Brien and myself ; on the east by the Oak Creek to a place named the Rocks, from thence by a spring creek to its source, and from thence by a marked line nearly or due north and south to the Adgenbilly Creek, about a mile above John Murphy's hut, the boundary line between Captain M'Donald, Mr. C. O'Brien, and myself; on the south by the Adgenbilly Creek to the termination of the Bald Hill, the boundary between Mr L. F. De Salis (a distance of five miles) and myself, beginning on the east about a mile above Murphy's hut, and ending on the west about three quarters of a mile below the crossing place on the Adgenbilly Creek, on the road for Denny's to and from Darbalara and the Tumut.

80 Holmes Benjamin. Name of run, Tattaila. Estimated area, twenty-four thousand six hundred and forty acres. Estimated grazing capabilities, four thou- sand sheep. Five and a half miles frontage to the Murray River; bounded on the east by a marked tree about one third of a mile from my sheep station hut, known as Jingeena,and adjoining Mr. Lewis's run, by a line drawn north from that tree seven miles out; on the west by a marked tree three miles from my home- stead, known as Tattaila, and adjoining Mr Clarke's run, by a line north from thatt tree seven miles out at the termination of which by a line east.

81 Howe Edward and William, junior. Name of run, Long Point. Estimated area, three thousand five hundred acres. Estimated grazing capabilities, one hundred and fifty, cattle. The station of Edward and William Howe, junior, in the district of Murrumbidgee, known as the Long Point, is on three sides surrounded by the River Murrumbidgee, and on the south by a fence which runs across a narrow neck of land. The station of C. O'Brien, Esq., is situated above the Long Puint, and that of Thomas Howe, Esq, below it.

82 Hogg Edward James. Name of run, Thule. Estimated area, forty thousand acres. Estimated grazing capabilities, eight thousand sheep The boun- dary is Thorleo Creek, up to a tree marked with a barbed arrow on the said creek, two miles below L J. Hogg's head station on the west, from thence a north-east line into the plains until met by the western boundary lines of Mr. J Hogg's station, called Cobran, on the Wacool: and to the south by the runs of S. Clarke and E. J.Hogg.

83. Hogg E. J. Name of run, Cobran. Estimated area, fifty thousand acres. Estimated grazing capabilities, eight thousand sheep. Bounded on the north by the Yallacool, and extends seven miles into the plains south; on the west by the run of E. Green, on the east by the run ot Messrs. Phillip and Grave's.

84. Hogg E. J. Name ot run, Tantonan. Estimated area, thirty-two thousand acres. Estimated grazing capabilities, flve hundred cattle. A block on the Murray River seven miles by seven ; bounded on the south by the Murray River, on the north by run of E. J. Hogg, called Thule ; on the west by a creek called Thorle, and on the east by the run of J. Clarke.

85. Hobler George. Name of run, Nap Nap. Esti- mated area, one hundred and thirty thousand, acres. Estimated grazing capabilities, twelve thousand sheep. Bounded on the north-west by the river Murrumbidgee ; on the south by the Wagorah Creek from its junction with the river to a marked tree on the creek, half a mile above Mr. Wentworth's sheep station hut on that creek, thence by a south line dividing Nap Nap from the run occupied by Mr. Wentworth, called Taria ; this line has been settled by a written agreement filed in the office of the Crown Land Commissioner ; on the south-east by crown land, by a line running parallel with the river, distant ten miles until it meets the di- viding line between Nap Nap and Mr. M'Kinlay's run, thence to the river at a point opposite Mr Darchy's house on the opposite bank of the river.

86. Howell William. Name of run, Bingagong. Estimated area, thirty thousand acres. Estimated graz- ing capabilities, six thousand sheep. This run is on the Yanko creek, a watercourse from the Murrumbid- gee River to the Billibong Creek, and which is fre- quently quite dry, making this run only available for sheep a part of the year (except extrordinary seasons); the run extends in a southerly direction towards Mr. Atkin's station, between it and which there is a larger quantity of unavailable country for want of water, as well as to the westward, also extending to the north to my other licenced station called Yarrabee, and to the east across extensive plains, to a thick scrub.

87. HOWELL William. Name of run, Yarrabee. Estimated area, ?? acres. Estimated grazing capabilities, six hundred cattle, two thousand sheep. This run is on the Yanko creek, which is a watercourse from the Murrumbidgee river to the Billibong creek, and is commonly very scarce of water. The run extends in a southerly direction to join my other licensed station called Bingagong ; to the north it extends to a boundary line agreed upon between myself and Mr. Devlin, the late proprietor of the Yanco run on the river's front, now occupied by a Mr. Hill; to the east ward and westward it is bounded by extensive plains, without water, being therefore unavailable for stock except as far as they can get out and return to the station for the same.

88. Howell William. Name of run. Goree on Yanko Creek. Estimated area, twenty-five, thousand acres. Estimated grazing capabities, four thousand sheep. This run is situated on the Yanko creek, which is a watercourse running from the Murrumbidgee river to the Billybong creek, and is very badly watered, so much so that this run ia usually only available in the winter months for stock, it extends backwards in a southerly direction towards the Billybong, but has no water; bounded on the west by Mr. Atkin's run; on the east by my own licensed station called Bingagong ; and on the north side by extensive dry plains.

89, Jenkins J. and F., per John Jenkins, Name of runs, Buckenbong and Gillingbah. Estimated area, eighty-three thousand two hundred acres. Estimated grazing capabilities, one thousand four hundred cattle. The runs of Buckenbong and Gillingbah are bounded on the south by the Murrumbidgee River thirteen miles; on the east by Berrewarrenna, the run of R. P. Jenkins, ten miles; on the west by Yanco, the ran of James Devlin ten miles; on the soath by unlocated Government land, the runs consist of barren scrubs and thinly grassed plains, in proportion about one-third plains ; the runs are intersected by a low scrubby range extending from the Murrumbidgee in a south direction, the water exclusive of the Murrumbidgee is the Sandy Creek, a back water from the Murrumbidgee, dry except when overflowed annually by the river, it enters the runs on the east line about seven miles from the river, running aboat one mile, losing itself in a swamp dry in summer.

99. Jeffreys Henry. Name of run, Dora Dora. Estimated area, twenty thousand acres. Estimated grazing capabilities, one thousand three hundred cattle. This run is upon the northern bank of the Hume, about twenty-five miles above the junction of the Miteah Miteah with the Hume ; it is bounded on the north by the range dividing the River Valley from the Billibong country and Mr. Mackenzie's station ; on the east by a fence extending from the river to the ranges and Abraham Miller's run ; on the south by the river across which is Mr. Walker's station ; on the west by a stony creek falling at right angles into the river, Mr. Hore's station adjoins on that side.

91. Jenkins Robert Pitt. Name of run, Nangus. Estimated area, twenty-five thousand acres. Estimated grazing capabilities, eight thousand sheep. Com- mencing from the junction of the Adalong Creek and Murrumbidgee River, thence by frontage to the Murrumbidgee extending to a range on the western side of the Oak Creek about one mile from that creek, thence by a line extending along the summit of the range and terminating at the Little Plain gullies, thence by a line bearing easterly to Johnson's hut, on the Adelong Creek, and along this creek to the junction with the Murrumbidgee River, as before mentioned.

92. Jenkins B. P. Name of run, Brewarrena. Estimated area, forty-fire thousand acres. Estimated gra- zing capabilities, eight thousand sheep. Bounded on the east by Rudd's run, commencing on the summit of the sandy ridges on the Murrumbidgee River, by a line south to the Old Man Creek about two and a half miles, and by the Old Man Creek to the north corner of Henry Osborne's fence ; on the south by a south-west line to Jackson's waterhole (including that waterhole) two and a half miles, thence skirting the brush beyond the Sandy Creek, to a hummock of sand hills west of the spot where Jackson has squatted six miles or thereabouts, being an irregular line of about eight miles ; on the west by a line north to the east side of John Jenkins's fence six miles or thereabouts ; on the north by tho Murrumbidgee River to the sandy ridges aforesaid, being an irregular line of about eight miles.

93. Keighran John. Name of run, Brungle. Estimated area, thirteen thousand acres. Estimated grazing capabilities, six hundred and forty cattle, or four thousand sheep. Bounded on the north-east by Billyorwarra Mountain (Messrs. Osborne and Delsalis are adjoining occupants); on the north-west by Tumut River; on the south-west by Killimacot Creek leading southerly to Wyanga Plain - occupants on the south side of the creek, the estate of the late William Shelly, Esq.; bounded on the south-east by the Wyangle Range.

94. Kennedy James. Name of run, Mary's Creek (Billy Bong). Estimated area, eighty thousand acres. Estimated grazing capabilities, eight thousand sheep. Situated on the Billy Bong Creek and occupying both sides. Boundaries as follows:-on the west by a line running due north from a point on the Billa- bong Creek known as M'Kay's Gunyer to a sand hill on the Yanco Plain, continuing for five miles; and on the north by a line from the above sand hill bearing eastward for twelve miles or thereabouts; on the east by a line commencing at the north-east corner and bearing south to a point known as the Round waterhole on the Billybong creek, and continuing from the above point southward for five miles to the south-east corner, and the south by a line commencing at the south east corner, and running westward twelve miles, or thereabouts, to a clump of box timber, and from the above clump by a line bearing north to M'Key's Gunyer.

95. Kiley, William. Name of run, Spring's creek. Estimated area, sixteen thousand acres. Estimated grazing capabilities, six hundred and forty cattle. North by Messrs. De Salis and Smythe's marked tree line; east by Messrs. M'Donald's marked line and the Shaking bog creek; south by a marked line separating the run of the late W. Shelly; west by Brungle creek and Tom Percival's marked line.

96. Lewis H. I. and Charles Throsby. Name of run Moira. Estimated area, one hundred thousand acres. Estimated grazing capabilities, three thousand cattle, and four thousand sheep. Bounded upon the east by the "Gulpa" creek and the river Murray; on the south by the river Murray to a marked tree (about three miles below the confluence of the Cam- paspie creek) at the boundary between the Moira sta- tion and that of Mr. B. Holmes ; upon the west by a true north line from the said marked tree extending about fourteen miles ; upon the north by a line between the Moira station and that of Peter Stucky, Esq , junior, commencing at a marked boundary tree situated at a place called the Red Bank, upon the Gulpa Creek, extending due west about twelve miles, to its intersection of the line forming the western boundary.

97. Lova and Musgrave. Name of run, Munderoo. Estimated area, sixteen thousand acres. Estimated crazing capabilities, two thousand sheep and three hundred cattle. Bounded on the east by Mr. Reid's station late Hordern; on the south by Mr. Scott's sta- tion Glenkin ; on the north by Mr. James Robinson's station Copabella; and on the west by Mr. Reid's old head station; this part of the country is called the Mamins, distant from Gundagai about seventy miles, and near the head of the Hume River, and distant from the Hume fourteen miles.

98. Lester William. Name of run, Morebringer. Estimated area, forty-five thousand acres. Estimated grazing capabilities, one thousand two hundred cattle or eight thousand sheep. For fivee miles bounded by the river Hume, the general course of the river being from east to west, from the westernmost point of front boundary to a line bearing north from the river for a distance of fourteen miles crossing a plain called the Howlong plains through a dry box forest, then a line from west to east tor a distance of eight miles, bounded by Messrs. Buckland, Huon, and Foote's sheep stations ; the northern line bounded by Messrs. Mitchell and Dight's stations, the stations being separated by a di- viding range which approaches the river to within about seven miles, from the ranges a ploughed furrow for about four miles is the boundary line.

99. Lewis Charles. Name of run, Wee Jasper. Estimated area, four thousand acres. Estimated grazing capabilities, five hundred cattle. One mass of broken mountains, consisting chiefly of clay, slate, and limestone rocks, without any alluvial soil, bounded on the east by the Yabring range of mountains; on the west by Mr. Hamilton's run ; on the north by Mr. Mangan's run ; and on the south by impervious mountains.

100. Ledger Jon. Name of run, Stammer's Forest. Estimated area, twenty-two thousand acres. Estimated grazing capabilities, six hundred and forty cattle. Bounded on the north by Mr. Hall's run ; on the south by a creek called the Euriara Creek; on the east by a range called the Mallyon range ; and on the west by Mr. Beckham's run.

101. Leahy and Rail, per B. Rail. Name of run, Killimicat. Estimated area, one thousand two hundred and eighty acres. Estimated grazing capabilities, one hundred and thirty-one cattle. Bounded by the Brungle station on the north side. Nimbo station on the south side, the Tumut River on the west, and the mainroad on the east side.

102. Lintott Edward. Name of ran, Kialat. Estimated area, twenty-eight thousand one hundred und sixty acres. Estimated grazing capabilities, nine hundred cattle. The eastern boundary on the Edwards, commencing at a marked tree on the Edwards, and running south to the Earin Creek, and on the Wacool, commencing at the junction of the Neimer Creek with the Wacool, running north to the Earin Creek ; the Edwards River as a north boundary, and the Wacool as a south boundary, the junction of the Edwards and Wacool as a western boundary.

103. M'Tier and Co. Name of run, Mooruna. Estimated area, thirty-eight thousand four hundred acres. Estimated grazing capabilities, six hundred cattle, or four thousand sheep. Commencing at a marked tree on the south bank of the river Logan, three miles below its junction with the river Edward, and bounded on the south by a line west from the said tree to the north bank of the river Murray : on the west by the said river Murray to its junction with the Logan River, on the north and east by the Logan River to the start- ing point. This run lays between the Westmeath on the Poon Boon run and the junction of the Logan and the Murray Rivers.

104. Mitchell Thomas. Name of run, Mungabbaruna. Estimated area, thirty-five thousand eight hundred and forty acres. Estimated grazing capabilites, one thousand two hundred and eighty cattle, eight thousand theep. Bounded on the east by a range, general bearing being north and south, distance six miles and three quarters, terminating at the Port Phillip Road, adjacent to the run of the late Matthew Smith and Mr. Henry Calder ; this line has been de fined by Mr. Commissioner Bingham : bounded on the north by a line running west by north, distance five miles, adjacent to the run of Mr. T. V. Foote; this line is disputed; on the north by a line running west by south five miles, adjacent to the run of Mr. William Lester ; bounded on the west by a leading range, run- nlng north and south, distance six miles and three quarters, adjacent to the run of Mr. John Dight ; on the south by the Hume River, running east and west, distance seven miles and a half.

105. Mitchell Thomas. Name of run, Little Billybong. Estimated area, seventeen thousand two hundred and eighty acres. Estimated grazing capabilities, six hundred and forty cattle, four thousand sheep. Bounded on the north by a line north by east three' miles and a half, commencing from Ford's public house, and on the westside of Ford's by a line running half a mile west, adjacent to the run of Mr. William Walker ; on the east by a line bearing south by west six miles; commencing at the termination of the north boundary line, adjacent to Mr. Campbell's run; on the south by the Four Mile Creek, bearing about east and west five miles, adjacant to the run of the Reverend J. J. Therry, Billybong, and to the run of Messrs. Whittle; on the west by a line bearing north and south five and a half miles, adjacent to the run of Mr M'Leay.

106. Merrien John. Name of ran, Buckhargringle. Estimated area, thirty-eight thousand acres. Esti- mated grazing capapbilities, six hundred cattle, four thousand sheep. The station of Buckhargringle is bounded on the north by a granite range, which divides it from the station of Owen and Co , and called Min- grobbala; on the east by a small creek that runs parallel with the fence of the late A. Crisp's station, on the south by Dr Hill's station, which it joins, and called Round Hill; nndon the west by Dooale Swamp, the opposite side of which is not located atthe present time.

107. Morrice John. Name of run, Mullingandra. Estimated area, twenty-fire thousand acres. Estimated grazing capabilities, six thousand sheep. The station of Mullingandra is bounded on the north by a stringy- bark range, the top of which is the dividing line between it and the station of Messrs M'Kenzie and Wylde, and known as Woommaganinia ; on the east by a large dividing range which separates Mr. Hoare's run, on the south partly by the Deep Creek, which separates it from Mr. Calder's station, to the eastern side of the Sydney Road leading to Port Phillip, from thence by the east side of that road until opposite the junction of the range with the Mullingandra Creek, and known as Ebden's old hut; and on the west by a large dividing box range from that creek, which separates It from Mr Foote'a run, which continues until its junction with the stringybark range on the north.

108 Mate Thomas H. Names of runs, Umuther and Toonga. Estimated area, one hundred and twenty thousand acres. Estimated grazing capabilities, eight hundred cattle, eleven thousand sheep. Bounded on the east by the dividing range between Hillas's and Tacutta Creek, about seventeen miles; on the north and north-west by a line from the aforesaid range, crossing the Tacutta Creek one mile and a half below, or north of Gabbeld's Inn, about twelve miles to the dividing range between Kyamba and Kaadgerie Creeks, westward by that range about seven miles, then south west to the old Port Phillip Road, and by that road about five miles to a line bearing east about thirty degrees south (crossing the Hoombango Creek about two miles from its junction with the Tacutta Swamp) to a remarkable rocky point of range dividing Hoombango and Obum Creeks, then by a line bearing about east to the Obam Creek, and east by that creek about three miles, or less, then by a line bearing east to first named dividing range ; the aforesaid lands are bounded cast by Messrs. Hillis and Galvin; north and north-west by Messrs. A and G. M'Leay ; south and west by Messrs W. Walker and Co.

109. M'Arthur Charles Name of run, Ellerslie (late Nackee Nackee ) Estimated area, thirty two thousand acres. Estimated grazing capabilities, thirty cattle, eight thousand sheep The run of Ellersbie is on the Nackee Nackee and Yeven Yeven creeks, which run nearly north and south through it , from the Bald Hill or Nackee Nackee Hill the boundary runs nearly north down a spur, haiing the Nackee Nackee Creek on the left and the Back Spring Creek on the right, crossing the latter about a quarter of a mile from its junction with the former, it again ascends the hills and following the rang tili it arrives at the north east corner, on the range above Denn and Sawyer's ; thence it turns west and follows a marked tree line right across the two creeks on to the Obern Range; it then turns south, and keeping the Obern Range, runs till opposite the gap, below Mr Griffith's station ; it then turns east and runs across the Yeven Yeven at the gap ascending the hill ; and from that hill it follows a marked tree line crossing Darlon's Creek and the Nackee Nackee, and gaining the range on which the bald Hill is , it then turns north again to the Bald Hill; on the south and south-east is Mr. J B. Sharpe's; south and south-west Mr. Griffith's run, M. G. Galvin's and West, north J. Hillas, and Dunn and Sawyer ; east Messrs Johnston.

110 Mason Robert. Name of run, Maracut. Estimated area, three thousand two hundred acres. Estimated grazing capabilities, five hundred cattle. Bounded on the north by Reid's Jengillick run; and on the south by a point coming into the river, below a large lagoon close to Millar's run; on the east by the Hume river; on the west by the falls of the water from the Billybong ranges into the river; distance of water frontage five miles, and from the river across the ranges five miles.

111. Mara T. and John Macnamara. Name of run, Head of the Gilmore. Estimated area, sixteen thousand acres. Estimated grazing capabilities, seven hundred cattle. On the north by Mr Davis's run; on the south dividing range; on the east by the Boojong mountains, or Mr. John Wilkinson's run; on the west indefinite.

112 Mackenzie and Wild. Name of run. Woomargama. Estimated area, sixteen thousand acres Esti- mated grazing capabilities, five thousand sheep. Length about six miles, as measured in a straight hne, following the general course of the Seven-mile creek; from the point where it is crossed by the old line of road from Sydney to Port Phillip, upwards to a point about half a mile above the hut of the upper station , the said creek runs nearly from east to west; breadth, about two miles on each side of the Seven-mile creek, for the above-named length ; bounded on the south by a line running parallel with the Seven Mile Creek, at a dis- tance of two miles from that creek ; bounded on the west and north by the old line or the Port Phillip Road, and about a mile of the present line of that road, separating Woomargama from the run of Messrs. Purtill and Carmody ; bounded on the east by a range of hills, at an average distance of two miles from the Seven Mile Creek ; this range at its northern extremity follows the direction of the new line of road to Port Phillip, at a distance of about half a mile on the east of the said road, and terminates at a point about a mile from the junction of the old and new lines of road to Porf Phillip, on the north-east ; this boun- dary separates Woomargama from the run of the Reverend J. J. Terry, or Mr. S. Bowler, (now in dispute )

113. M'Alister Thomas. Name of run, Wereborbolboldera. Estimated area, twelve thousand eight hundred acres. Estimated grazing capabilities, five hundred cattle. Bounded on the north by Messrs. Whitty's run, Lofty Ranges; on the south by Mr. Vyner's run; on the east by the Tumut River; on the west lofty ranges, indefinite.

114. Macdonald George. Name of run, Adginbilly or Noginbilly. Estimated area, forty thousand acres. Estimated grazing capabilities, one hundred and twenty-five cattle, nine thousand sheep. The NoginbiUy run is bounded to the south by the Noginbilly Creek, commencing from a large waterhole at the extremity of the long flat on Lawless Swamp and ending at the Soldier's Flat ; thence to the west by a line running up the middle of the Soldier's Flat to the summit of Paddy's rock hill ; and thence along the Black Range to the Oak Creek, dividing the run from Mr. Cornelius O'Brien's, thence the Oak Creek upwards to a marked tree not far from the junction of T. Howe's Red Hill Creek with the Oak Creek, and from the said marked tree by a line running straight through a point one mile and a quarter nest of Ephraim Howe's old stock yard on the Sydney Road and up to the summit of the Murrumbidgee Ranges, all dividing the run from T. Howe's; thence to the north by the summit of the Murrumbidgee Ranges, and also to the east by a continuation of the summit of the same Murrumbidgee Ranges till they join Smith's run; the Murrumbidgee falls being occupied by O'Brien, Shehan, and Sinclair; thence the Noginbilly run is divided from Smile's run; the Murrumbidgee falls being occupied by O'Brien, Sheahan, and Sinclair; thence the Noginbilly run is divided from Smile's, so that none of the falls to the Oak Creek or to the little creek belong to Smile ; thence from Davis', so that all the falls of the Little Creek on both sides above Captain Macdonald's present sheep staion on the Little Creek belong to Davis; and farther by a line running down the long flat to the large water- hole at the extremity of the said long flat on Lawless' swamp.

115. Murphy Daniel. Name ot run, Adginbilly. Estimated area, two square miles. Estimated grazing capabilities, one hundred and twenty cattle. North- east by Adginbilly Creek, and bounded by T. Howe, Esquire ; on the south-west by N. O'Brien, Esquire ; on the north-west by De Salis, Esquire, and Adginbilly Creek.

116. MacLeay A. and G. Name of run, Borambola. (Tarcutta ) Estimated area, fifty thousand acres. Estimated grazing capabilities, one thousand six hundred cattle, or ten thousand sheep. Bounded on the north by the Murrumbidgee River, commencing at a deep sandy creek at the upper end of Jones's Flat, and extending along the river for eight miles in a straight line to the junction of Tarcuttah Creek with the Murrumbidgee; on the west by three-fourths of a mile by the Tarcuttah Creek, then along the foot of a range on the south side of the creek for half a mile in a south- west direction, thence one and a quarter mile south- west up Major Mitchells Gully; thence in a south south-east direction up a gully two and a quarter miles to the top of the range dividing the Corajeen-bob waters and Major Mitchell's Gully along the top of the range in a south-west direction two and a half miles to the Pullitup road, along that road in a west-south- west direction for two and a half miles to the Kyamba Creek, along that creek south-south-east three and a half miles to the junction of Toole's and Kyamba Creeks; on the south for three miles by Toole's Creek east-north-east to the top of the range dividing the Kyamba from the falls of the Corageenbob ; thence for ten mites in a direction east-north-east through a scrub to the top of the range dividing Mates Gully from the falls towards Gabbett's store ; and thence for two and a half miles north-north-east to the top of the range dividing Tarruttah and Hillah's Creeks crossing Tarcuttah Creek half a mile below Gabbett's store; on the cast byan line in a north direction from the above mentioned termi- nation of the southern boundary to the Morumbidgee at the eastern extremity of the northern boundary a distance of about seven miles.

117. MacLeay A. and G. Name of run, Pullitup. Estimated area, forty-five thousand acres. Estimated grazing capabilities, one thousand six hundred cattle, or ten thousand sheep. Adjoining Owen's station, bounded on the west by a line twenty-one degrees north of east three and a half miles from a marked tree two and a half miles north-west of the Turkey Flat hut to the top of Mount Burandana, a peak oi the dividing range between Burke's and O'Brien's Creeks ; on the north by a line along the same dividing range in a direction ten degrees south of east for five miles to Mount Peter, thence along the range for four mile« in a direction twenty-five degrees south of east to the Pullitop road; thence for five and a half miles along the same range in a direction thirty degrees south of east to the junction of the ranges which divide the waters of the Billibong. Burke, and Kyamba Creeks ; on the east by a line from that range for five miles in a direction ten degrees east of south along the range dividing the Billybong from the Forest Creek, thence in a line thirty degrees south of west, for four miles crossing the Forest Creek at a point two miles below the New Forest hut to a round hill in the range which divides the Forest creek from the Jerri Jerri creek ;, on the south by a line from the Round Hill, just mentioned, for fifteen and a half miles in a south-west direction to the marked tree forming, the southern, extremity of the eastern boundary.

118. M'Leay A. and G. Mame of run, Toganmain (Jingorambah). Estimated aren, one hundred and ninety-two thousand acres. Estimated grazing capabilities,one thousand six hundred cattle or ten thousand sheep. On the south bank of the Lower Morumbid- gee, commencing at the north-west corner of Shep herd's boundary, about forty eight miles in a direct line below the junction of the Yanko-yanko creek, running in a direct line twenty miles due-west along the bank of the river (exclusive of sinuosities) to a point joining William M'Leay'g north-east boundary, one hundred yards east of the said William M'Leay's hut ; from thence in a line due south running fifteen miles to a point forming its north-west corner; from thence due east to a point forming its south-east corner ; from thence along -Shepherd's -boundary line fifteen miles due north to the bank of the river.

119. M'Leay W. and J. junior, per William M'Leay. Name of run, Mulberrygong (Moorooramble ?). Estimated area, ninety thousand acres. Estimated grazing capabilities, seven thousand sheep. Bounded on north for ten miles by the river Murrumbidgee; on the east by a line due south by compass for fifteen miles from a point on the river one hundred yards east of the hat at Mulberrygong, and adjoiningthe station of Messrs. A. and G. M'Leay; on th e west by aline north-west by ??? seventeen mile from a point on the Murrumbidgee one hundred yards east from Mr. Chapman's stockyard; and on the south by a line drawn from the extreme southern points of the eastern and western boundary lines.

121. Macquoid T. H. Name of run. Freshford. Estimated area, five thousand acres, Estimated grazing capabilities, one hundred and fifty cattle, or one thousand five hundred sheep. Bounded on the east by the Murrumbidgee ; on the west by a chain of ranges running nearly parallel to the Murrumbidgee ; on the north it extends to a corner of the river known as Conlan's ; and on the south the limit is the junction of the Cottars River with the Murrumbidgee. Neigbbours' names-Mr. James Wright, Mr. William Davis, and Mr. Andrew Cunningham.

121. Miller Abraham. Name of run, Talmalmo. Estimated area, seven thousand six hundred and eighty acres. Estimated grazing capabilities, five hundred cattle, two thousand sheep. Bounded on the south by the Hume River; on the north b the Murray ranges; on the east by a small rangerunning dow to the Hume River, and whih divides my run from Robert Mason's, on the west by Mr. Jeffries' fence, which divides my run from Mr. Jeffries.

122. Moore Charles and John. Name of run, Coublondonga (Adelong). Estimated area, twelve thousand acres; Estimated grazing capabilities, one thousand cattle. Starting on the centre of the dividing range joining Johnston's and Weston's to the north, and Sharp to the west; bounded by a line along the top of the dividing range south-east by about four miles to the head of Hindmarsh's creek; then by that creek to its junction with the Adelong creek about two miles; then across Adelong creek by a line east about one mile and a half to the top of Windaligo range; then along that range about north-north-west five miles; then down a spur of that range to Adelong creek, by a line about west by north one mile, at Johnston's and Weston's south-east boundary.

123. M'Laurin and Sons. Name of run, Connallo. Estimated area, thirty-two thousand acres. Estimated grating capabilities, one thousand Cattle. Bounded on tho south by the Murray river ; on the west by the Edward River ; on the north by the run of Messrs. B. Boyd and Co ; on the east by the run of Messrs. Redfern and Alexander; on the south estimated at five miles ; on the west estimated at ten miles; on the north estimated at five miles; on the east estimated at ten miles.

124. M'Dougall Archibald. Name of run, Goboulong. Estimated area, six square miles. Estimated grazing capabilities, five hundred cattle. Water front- age Murrumbidgee River, joining Mr. Howe on one side, and Mr. O Brien at the back run, and Mr. Luff on the other side.

125. Mangan Thomas Joseph. Name ot run, Little River (Cours-digby ?). Estimated area, three thousand acres. Estimated grazing capabilities, four hundred cattle, three thousand sheep. A mass of limestone and rocky mountains, a forest three or four miles circumference, a small flat containing the homestead, with about ten acres of land for cultivation ; bounded on the north by Mrs. Terry's run, on the south by broken mountains, on the east by the Narringullen Hills, on the west by Mr. Lewis's run.

126. Manton Charles. Name of run. Giaour, formerly Niermer. Estimated area, sixty-four thousand acres. Estimated grazing capabilities, ten thousand sheep. This run is situated on the Warcoal River, Lower Murray, Murrumbidgee district, and comprises the country between the Warcoal or Logan River, and the Minnon or Wild Cattle Creek, within the under, mentioned boundaries, as certified in the accompanying copy of a memorandum by Henry Bingham, Esq., J. P., Commissioner of Crown Lands for the Murrumbidgee district, and as more particularly shown in the accom- panying plan of the run and adjacent country. It Is bounded on the west by a ploughed line run- ning south from an old hut on the Warcoal River oppo- site Mr. Hawdon's late intrusion or bead station to the Wild Cattle Creek or Mirron; on the south by the Mirron or Wild Cattle Creek ; and on the east by a dray road from the Mirron Creek to the Warcoal, and which road joins the Warcoal at the head station hut erected last year by Mr. Forster.

127. Nixon Robert. Name of run, Gregado or Tywong. Estimated area, twenty thousand acres. Esti- mated grazing capabilities, seven hundred cattle. Bounded on the east by Kyambeth Creek two miles ; on the south-east by O'Brien Creek two miles ; on the south by a line from O'Brien Creek westerly five miles to a dividing range running about north and south ; and westerly by that range five miles to the^northern boundary ; and on the north from thence to the Kyamba Creek; bounded on the south by Mr. Peters'; on the north by Mr. Peters'; on the east, Mr. Guise; on the west, Mr. Peters'.

128. Nicholson Charles. Name of ran, Benongal. Estimated area, forty-four thousand acres. Esti- mated grazing capabilities, seven thousand sheep. Situated on the south bank of the Murrumbidgee River, near its junction with the Murray ; bounded on the east by a line commencing at a mark tree on the Murrumbidgee, and running due south; on the north by the Murrumbidgee River for fourteen miles ; on the south- west by the Murray River for ten miles ; and on the south by a line from thence to a point on the eastern boundary line, distant six miles from the Murrumbidgee River; the east boundary line forming the lower boundary of Mr. W. Wentworth's station.

This report is submitted in good faith. All endeavours have been made to make all entries authentic and correct. For any corrections and additional valuable information, maps and photos you may have please contact John

This report is submitted in good faith. All endeavours have been made to make all entries authentic and correct. For any corrections and additional valuable information, maps and photos you may have please contact John

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