James Gibb

"Talbingo South"

1877 - Mr. E. G. Brown has recently sold, on behalf of Mrs. Lampe, the upper portion of the "Talbingo run to Mr. James Gibb, of Berthong Station, near Young; also, to Mr. F. Mellon, of Goburagandra, 000 maiden ewes and 600 nged sheep.

On Thursday last, at public auction, Mr. Brown disposed of a small lot of cattle including milk cows, at fair prices; young mixed cattle averaged 35s. per head ; useful-horses realised from 2 to 9 10s. per head. Mr. S. M. Swift has this week sold to Messrs. Kiley, Brothers, of Spring Creek, two lots, viz., 3300 and 300 two-tooth wethers, bred on tho Cuba Station, Lower Murrumbidgee. Mr. ? Swift has lately purchased, in the Riverina district, 48,000 young sheep, 2200 of which havo gone to tho Gwydir district, 14,000 aro depasturing at the Gulf Station, near Kiandra, and the remainder are on their way to the mountains. Mr. Swift hopes, by judicious management, to be able to winter his sheep in tho Alpino pastures. The present season is evidently detrimental to health, as sickness is very prevalent.-February 20.- (Ref- The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954)(about) Previous issue Friday 23 February 1877).

1902 - McWILLIAM-MULLALY - August 19, at St Stephen's Presbyterian Church, Sydney, by the Rev John Fer- guson, M.A., James McWilliam, son of James McWil- liam, Morayshire, Scotland, to Geraldine, eldest daughter of the late Michael John Mullaly, of Landsborough Downs Station, Queensland, and granddaughter of James Gibb, Berthong Station, Wallendbeen, NSW. Home and Victorian papers kindly copy.Fix

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