Gundagai Names List 1872,

GUNDAGAI, NSW "

1872 - GUNDAGAI - Grevilles Report

Gundagai - Page 222

Distance 245 miles South of Sydney

Mail closes at General Post Office daily 4 p.m.

- Mail arrives at Post Town daily (Monday excepted) 10 p.m.

- Mail leaves for Sydney daily (Saturday excepted) 1 a.m.

- Mail arrives at Sydney daily 7.15 a.m.

- Route - Rail Goulburn, Cobb's coach Gundagai

SURNAME CHRISTIAN OCCUPATION ADDRESS POST TOWN

ADAIR Duncan Campbell miner Kimo Gundagai

ALT --- settler --- Gundagai

ANDERSON Peter farmer --- Gundagai

ANGEL Richard N. farmer Eurongilly Gundagai

APPLISBY Richard miner Eurongilly Gundagai

ARCHER William bootmaker --- Gundagai

BAKER Joseph butcher --- Gundagai

BALL John farmer Minghee Gundagai

BANER Henry bootmaker --- Gundagai

BANWELL Charles H. farmer Jones' Ck. Gundagai

BEGG John carpenter --- Gundagai

BENTON John gaoler --- Gundagai

BENTON W. C. hawker --- Gundagai

BEVERIDGE James farmer Wantabadgery Gundagai

BEVERIDGE John A. farmer Wantabadgery Gundagai

BIBO William baker --- Gundagai

BISHOP Samuel innkeeper Eurongilly Gundagai

BLAKE Jabez farmer Jones' Ck. Gundagai

BLAKE John farmer Jones' Ck. Gundagai

BLYTH Charles editor newspaper --- Gundagai

BODY E. C. settler Kimo Gundagai

BOOBY Charles farmer --- Gundagai

BOOBY Joshua farmer --- Gundagai

BOON Nathaniel farmer Wantabadgery Gundagai

BOOTES William farmer Adelong Ck. Gundagai

BOOTES William settler Mundarloo Gundagai

BOYTON Jabez farmer Wantabadgery Gundagai

BOYTON Peter farmer Wantabadgery Gundagai

BOYTON William farmer Nangus Ck. Gundagai

BREDFORD William miner Kimo Gundagai

BRENTON Alfred miner Kimo Gundagai

BRONTIE Martin waterman --- Gundagai

BROUGHTON Alfred grazier Muttama Gundagai

BURKE Charles innkeeper Spring Flat Gundagai

BURKE Michael farmer Spring Flat Gundagai

BURKE Patrick butcher --- Gundagai

BURKE Patrick T. innkeeper Eurongilly Gundagai

BUSHELL Joshua farmer Zeredatha Gundagai

CAMPBELL Dugald miner Kimo Gundagai

CARBURRY John farmer --- Gundagai

CARBURRY Joseph farmer Five-mile Ck. Gundagai

CARBURRY Michael farmer Cotway Ck. Gundagai

CARBURRY Nicholas farmer Gobarralong Gundagai

CARBURRY Thomas farmer Gobarralong Gundagai

CARDY William farmer --- Gundagai

CAREY Rodger settler --- Gundagai

CARRICK William H. farmer --- Gundagai

CARROLL Charles wheelwright --- Gundagai

CARROLL James farmer Coolac Gundagai

CARROLL Thomas farmer Coolac Gundagai

CARROLL William wheelwright --- Gundagai

CENTAURIE Angelo sheep inspector --- Gundagai

CLARKE Henry brickmaker --- Gundagai

CLARKE John farmer Yabtree Gundagai

CLARKE William farmer Muttama Gundagai

CLEMSON Edward farmer Nangus Gundagai

CLEMSON William farmer Nangus Gundagai

CLOSE George settler --- Gundagai

CONDELL James senior sergeant of police --- Gundagai

COOK William settler Mundarloo Gundagai

COOPER Beetson H. farmer --- Gundagai

CORBETT James tailor --- Gundagai

CORBETT Michael settler --- Gundagai

COVENY E. draper --- Gundagai

CRONAN James farmer Nangus Gundagai

CROWE James grazier Gobarralong Gundagai

CROWE John farmer Eurongilly Gundagai

CROWE John Joseph settler Gobarralong Gundagai

CROWE Michael innkeeper --- Gundagai

CROWE William farmer Gobarralong Gundagai

CROWE William jun. farmer Wagra Gundagai

CULLEN William warder --- Gundagai

CULLINANE Edward farmer Gobarralong Gundagai

CULLINANE William farmer Gobarralong Gundagai

CURRIE Patrick miner Kimo Gundagai

DALEY Peter farmer Mangus Gundagai

DAVISON R. & Co. storekeepers --- Gundagai

DEE T. W. H. Telegraph Department --- Gundagai

DOYLE Mitchell auctioneer Rosevale Gundagai

DUFFELL William labourer --- Gundagai

ELWORTHY James B. newspaper prop, auctioneer, com-agent --- Gundagai

EUGELINE J. B. miner Five-mile Ck. Gundagai

FALVEY Peter settler Gobarralong Gundagai

FEEHAN Michael settler Spring Flat Gundagai

FENNELL Daniel J. superintendent Nangus Gundagai

FIELD Thomas miner --- Gundagai

FIFIELD Samuel butcher --- Gundagai

FITZGERALD Michael settler Billybong Gundagai

FRY William innkeeper --- Gundagai

FULLER George settler Nangus Gundagai

FULLER William miner Emu Reef Gundagai

GEORGE Joseph baker --- Gundagai

GIDDENS Robert carpenter --- Gundagai

GRUBB George miner Kimo Gundagai

GRUBB Thomas miner Kimo Gundagai

HART Mark miner Kimo Gundagai

HAYES William H. miller Spring Flat Gundagai

HEAD Michael settler --- Gundagai

HEDGER H. labourer --- Gundagai

HILL Thomas miller Spring Flat Gundagai

HODSON E. G. blacksmith --- Gundagai

HOGAN Daniel farmer Nangus Gundagai

HORSLEY Richard F. grazier Yabtree Gundagai

HOSKINS Thomas farmer Jones' Ck. Gundagai

HUNT Charles carrier --- Gundagai

ISAAC John accountant --- Gundagai

JACKSON James clerk --- Gundagai

JAINES Mark carrier --- Gundagai

JENKINS John grazier Nangus Station Gundagai

JENKINS John F. grazier Nangus Gundagai

JENKINS William farmer Nangus Gundagai

JEREMIAS Augustus cordial manufacturer --- Gundagai

JOHNSON Herbert R. Bank NSW --- Gundagai

JOHNSON W. J. miner Kimo Gundagai

JONES Travers manager Mining Company Muttama Gundagai

KIEHONE Michael settler --- Gundagai

KIEHONE Nicholas settler --- Gundagai

KNIGHT George miner Kimo Gundagai

LEARY Humphrey innkeeper Wantabadgery Gundagai

LEATHEM Henry compositor --- Gundagai

LENEHAN Michael farmer Jamballa Gundagai

LYNCH Andrew miner Kimo Gundagai

LYNCH Edward miner Kimo Gundagai

LYNCH Patrick farmer --- Gundagai

MACKINS John draper --- Gundagai

MADDEN James bootmaker --- Gundagai

MALONEY C. C. teacher --- Gundagai

MANNING Rev. James Napoleon (C.E.) --- Gundagai

MARGOSCHIS Alex. --- --- Gundagai

MARONEY Patrick farmer Jones' Ck. Gundagai

MARSHALL Abraham bricklayer --- Gundagai

MAYNARD Henry carpenter --- Gundagai

MELYER Antonio farmer Spring Flat Gundagai

MOORE William miner Kimo Gundagai

MORANO Francis bailiff --- GundagaiMORG

AN Michael miner --- Gundagai

MORLEY Joseph carpenter --- Gundagai

MORRIS Charles miner Kimo Gundagai

MULHARE Anne --- --- Gundagai

MURPHY Daniel farmer Spring Flat Gundagai

MCALISTER John jun. settler --- Gundagai

MCALISTER John sen. settler --- Gundagai

MCCOOK William saddler --- Gundagai

MCELLIGOTT John sen. constable --- Gundagai

MCEVOY Jas. grazier Turrahandra Station Gundagai

MCGLEDE E. innkeeper Wantabadgery Gundagai

MCKENZIE Hector settler Eurongilly Gundagai

MCKENZIE John settler Eurongilly Gundagai

NEALE William L. carpenter --- Gundagai

NORRIS Charles stockman --- Gundagai

NORTON Michael storkeeper --- Gundagai

NYE Richard carpenter --- Gundagai

OAK Charles miner Kimo Gundagai

O'BRIEN John G. miner Kimo Gundagai

O'HAIR Thomas farmer --- Gundagai

O'SULLIVAN Daniel bootmaker --- Gundagai

O'SULLIVAN John bootmaker --- Gundagai

O'SULLIVAN William bootmaker --- Gundagai

PAINE William butcher --- Gundagai

PARKER Thomas settler --- Gundagai

PASSEY James miner Kimo Gundagai

PASSLOW George settler --- Gundagai

PASSLOW J. settler Spring Flat Gundagai

PERKINS R. W. solicitor --- Gundagai

PHILLIPS John innkeeper --- Gundagai

PILKINGTON G. D. D. settler --- Gundagai

PITMAN Joseph coachman --- Gundagai

PODURORE George farmer --- Gundagai

PRATT E. H. L., MD surgeon --- Gundagai

PUTLAND Jonathan farmer Spring Flat Gundagai

QUILTER John Joseph farmer --- Gundagai

QUINN James farmer Gobarralong Gundagai

QUIRK Michael farmer Wagra Gundagai

RANKIN Andrew C. manager Bank NSW --- Gundagai

RAY Robert blacksmith Nangus Gundagai

REAGAN Thomas settler Spring Flat Gundagai

REARDON Edward settler Jones' Ck. Gundagai

REARDON Patrick farmer Jones' Ck. Gundagai

REARDON Patrick jun. farmer Jones' Ck. Gundagai

REARDON Peter butcher --- Gundagai

REARDON Peter jun. farmer --- Gundagai

RILEY Robert carrier --- Gundagai

ROBINSON James innkeeper Kimo Gundagai

ROGERS Timothy grazier --- Gundagai

ROSE A. C. S. constable --- Gundagai

ROSS Benjamin settler --- Gundagai

RUDD Thomas farmer Nangus Gundagai

RUSSELL Henry storekeeper --- Gundagai

RYAN Patrick poundkeeper --- Gundagai

SCHMIDT Edward bootmaker --- Gundagai

SELLS John farmer Jones' Ck. Gundagai

SHANDHAN Edward farmer --- Gundagai

SHEATHER Edward farmer Kimo Gundagai

SMART James farmer Nangus Gundagai

SMITH A. S. auctioneer & commission agent --- Gundagai

SMITH C. post & telegraph master --- Gundagai

SMITH David CPS --- Gundagai

SMITH Edward settler --- Gundagai

SMITH William farmer --- Gundagai

SMITH W. K. grazier Bougongo Gundagai

ST. CLAIR James farmer --- Gundagai

STEWART Neil C. carpenter --- Gundagai

STRANGE James settler --- Gundagai

STRANGE Thomas settler --- Gundagai

STRATFORD Thomas miner Kimo Gundagai

STREATHER David farmer Nangus Gundagai

STUMPP H. fruiterer --- Gundagai

TRENVICK J. J. storekeeper Eurongilly Gundagai

TRUE Samuel mason --- Gundagai

VAUGHAN Thomas farmer --- Gundagai

VOGEL William settler --- Gundagai

WALDRON Richard miner Kimo Gundagai

WALKER M. & Co. storekeepers --- Gundagai

WALKER Michael --- --- Gundagai

WALSH Matthew groom --- Gundagai

WALTON Richard resident --- Gundagai

WATTS Thomas blacksmith --- Gundagai

WEIR David storekeeper Eurongilly Gundagai

WILLIAMS Charles settler --- Gundagai

WILLIAMS John farmer --- Gundagai

WILLIAMS William farmer --- Gundagai

WILSON W. B. innkeeper Five-mile Ck. Gundagai

WINDEYER Walter O. grazier Wantabadgery Gundagai

WINTON David farmer --- Gundagai

WITTON C. H. storekeeper --- Gundagai

WOLSTENHOLME Barcroft carpenter --- Gundagai

WOLSTENHOLME Joseph carpenter --- Gundagai

WOOLNOUGH William quartz crusher Kimo Gundagai

YOUNG Alexander farmer --- Gundagai - (Ref- http://www.family.joint.net.au/index.php?mid=1&cid=267).

ADVERTISEMENTS:

"ROYAL" HOTEL, GUNDAGAI, DAVID HUGHES, PROPRIETOR,

HENNESSY'S *** BRANDY, AND SCHWEPPE'S LEMONADE AND SODA WATER ALWAYS ON HAND.

THE BEST LIQUORS ONLY KEPT. CLEAN, AIRY BEDROOMS. GOOD STABLING, &C.

THE "MILTON'S HEAD" HOTEL, GUNDAGAI, ROBERT RILEY, PROPRIETOR.

EXCELLENT ACCOMMODATION. WINES AND SPIRITS OF THE BEST QUALITY.

GOOD STABLING, WITH LOOSE PADDOCK.

WILLIAM MCCOOK, SADDLER, GUNDAGAI.

GENT'S SADDLES TO EQUAL ANY IN THE COLONIES.

A LARGE STOCK OF SIDE SADDLES AND LADIES' BRIDLES ALWAYS ON HAND.

"GUNDAGAI" HOTEL, GUNDAGAI, JOHN w. FRY, PROPRIETOR.

EXCELLENT ACCOMMODATION.

HENNESSY'S *** BRANDY ALWAYS ON HAND.

WINES AND SPIRITS OF THE BEST BRANDS.

SCHWEPPE'S SODA WATER AND LEMONADE.

GOOD STABLING, EXCELLENT SAMPLE ROOM FOR COMMERCIAL TRAVELLERS, PLUNGE AND

SHOWER BATHS. BOOKING OFFICE FOR COBB & CO.'S COACHES.

THE "CLUB HOUSE" HOTEL, GUNDAGAI, M. NORTON, PROPRIETOR.

PRIVATE APARTMENTS FOR FAMILIES.

LARGE ASSEMBLY ROOM (WITH PIANO) UPSTAIRS.

SAMPLE ROOMS AND EVERY ACCOMMODATION FOR COMMERCIAL TRAVELLERS.

GOOD STABLING, WITH LOOSE PADDOCK, SHOWER BATH, &C.

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GUNDAGAI SOUTH

Gundagai South - Page 224

Distance 246 miles South of Sydney

Mail closes at General Post Office daily 4 p.m.

Mail arrives at Post Town daily (Monday excepted) 11 p.m.

Mail leaves for Sydney daily (Friday excepted) midnight

Mail arrives at Sydney daily 7.15 a.m.

Route - Rail Goulburn, Cobb's coach Gundagai South

SURNAME CHRISTIAN OCCUPATION ADDRESS POST TOWN

ALLEN James labourer Punch St. Gundagai South

ARCHER George fencer Willie Plomer Gundagai South

ARGATE Joseph selector Stoney Ck. Gundagai South

BALMON William carpenter Willie Plomer Gundagai South

BARTON Mary poundkeeper Punch St. Gundagai South

BAXTER Joseph teacher Big Ben Gundagai South

BOLLARD William innkeeper Punch St. Gundagai South

BOON Nathaniel farmer Big Ben Gundagai South

BROOKES Joseph farmer Tarrebardra Gundagai South

BROWN William farmer Jarebandra Gundagai South

CARDY Edmund farmer Snowball Gundagai South

CARDY William farmer Snowball Gundagai South

COX Henry labourer Newtown Gundagai South

CRANE John farmer Willie Plomer Gundagai South

CRESSER William constable Punch St. Gundagai South

CULLEN Thomas labourer Willie Plomer Gundagai South

DALY Edward tinsmith Mount St. Gundagai South

DARE William quarryman --- Gundagai South

DAVIS Thomas blacksmith Mount St. Gundagai South

DEIGHTON John innkeeper Mount St. Gundagai South

DEIGHTON William butcher Punch St. Gundagai South

DOYLE Edward labourer Mount St. Gundagai South

DOYLE Michael jun. labourer Mount St. Gundagai South

DOYLE Michael sen. auctioneer Rose Vale Gundagai South

DUCKER Benjamin labourer Newtown Gundagai South

DUCKER Gregory labourer Newtown Gundagai South

EDWARDS William grazier Willie Plomer Gundagai South

EGAN Patrick farmer Tumut Rd. Gundagai South

ELLIOTT Robert sen. carpenter Punch St. Gundagai South

ELLIOTT Robert jun. miner --- Gundagai South

ELLIOTT William labourer --- Gundagai South

ELPHICK Stephen labourer Newtown Gundagai South

FORDE Thomas butcher Mount St. Gundagai South

FORSTER Martha charwoman Mount St. Gundagai South

GEORGE H. selector Tarrebardra Gundagai South

GRATH Charles labourer Mount St. Gundagai South

GREEN John selector Big Ben Ck. Gundagai South

HANSON Henry carpenter Mount St. Gundagai South

HARLOM Patrick --- Taralandra Gundagai South

HAYES George selector Bangus Gundagai South

HAYLET Robert selector Big Ben Gundagai South

HECKNER John Martin farmer Eagle St. Gundagai South

HENDERSON Thomas, MD surgeon Mount St. Gundagai South

HODGE John farmer Snowball Gundagai South

HODGE Joseph farmer Snowball Gundagai South

ISAAC John --- Newtown Gundagai South

JAMIESON William farmer Snowball Gundagai South

JENKINS Henry innkeeper Mount St. Gundagai South

JESSOP William contractor Willie Plomer Gundagai South

JONES Thomas farmer Tarelandra Gundagai South

LEARY Jeremiah farmer Mary Vale Gundagai South

LEATHEM James printer Mount St. Gundagai South

LUFF Robert farmer Snowball Gundagai South

LYNCH M. J. teacher Tarelandra Gundagai South

MENLOVE William grazier Willie Plomer Gundagai South

MCLEAN John farmer Big Ben Gundagai South

MCLEAN John C. farmer Big Ben Gundagai South

MCCUTCHION James teacher Mount St. Gundagai South

MCEVOY James squatter Tarrebardra Gundagai South

MCGRATH James sen. farmer Jackalass Gundagai South

MCGRATH James jun. farmer Jackalass Gundagai South

NEIL Thomas slate quarryman --- Gundagai South

NICHOLAS Charles selector Big Ben Gundagai South

NICHOLAS James selector Snowball Gundagai South

ORCHARD Joseph plasterer Newtown Gundagai South

O'SULLIVAN Michael labourer Willie Plomer Gundagai South

OWEN William slate quarryman --- Gundagai South

PAGE George labourer Snowball Gundagai South

PALMER George labourer Newtown Gundagai South

PASSLON John blacksmith Mount St. Gundagai South

PLOWS David selector Big Ben Gundagai South

PLOWS James selector Big Ben Gundagai South

POLLOCK James horse breaker --- Gundagai South

POLLOCK John blacksmith Newtown Gundagai South

POTTER James labourer Mount St. Gundagai South

POTTER Robert labourer Taralandra Gundagai South

QUENNELL William labourer Newtown Gundagai South

REEF Denis farmer Wagra Gundagai South

REEF James farmer Wagra Gundagai South

SANDERS William farmer Tarrebardra Gundagai South

SANDERSON Edmond surveyor Tumlalong Gundagai South

SEARL Thomas selector Tumut Rd. Gundagai South

SMART Mary charwoman Town Common Gundagai South

SMITH John teacher Tarrebardra Gundagai South

STRUTH William farmer Big Ben Gundagai South

STUCKY George farmer Snowball Gundagai South

STUKEY Henry grazier Tumlalong Gundagai South

TUTTY Edward selector Stoney Ck. Gundagai South

VAUGHAN Patrick farmer Wagra Gundagai South

WARNUCK G. selector Meadow Bank, Tumut Rd. Gundagai South

WELLS Samuel storekeeper Punch St. Gundagai South

WHITE Robert labourer Town Common Gundagai South

WITCHWORTH Luke labourer Punch St. Gundagai South

WOODBRIDGE --- --- --- Gundagai South - (Ref- http://www.family.joint.net.au/index.php?mid=1&cid=268).

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MOTORIST'S DEATH. a___

TUMUT, Wednesday.

Edgar Elliott, aged 19 years of age. motor Mrs. J. K. Elliott, of the Gundrgai motor garage, met with a shocking death, whilst driving a car over the Gundagai bridge, in avoiding two horsemen, alleged to be on the wrong side of the road,, he crashed Into a sulky coming in the opposite direction, a shaft of the vehlcle penetrated the front screen, and pierced Elliott's eye, and went through his brain. He was killed instantanly. Othor occupants of the car escaped injury.- (Ref- The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954)(about) Previous issue Thursday 7 May 1925).

1845 - MORNING CHRONICLE SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1845. GUNDAGAI TOWNSHIP.

The late inundation of the Murrumbidgee having proved that the present situation of that township is such, that most disastrouse floods may occur therein, rendering it therefore utterly unsuitable for the site of a town - the Commissioner of Crown Lands on the Tumut, Mr. Bingham (of course at the solicitation of the inhabitants), wrote to the Colonial Secretary the following letter, to which he received the answer as below; which answer we are sorry should have contained such an ex- pression as this :- " His Excellency further directs me to inform you that he cannot, however, sanction the proposed exchange of the flooded, allotments, as he considers what a man buys he buys for better or worse." We very much regret the use of such language, and the application of such sensentiments by the official organ of the viceroy of a great colony they may be mercantile - they may be even legal, but assuredly they are neither statesman like nor just. Not statesman like, because a Governor should represent majesty in being the father of the people he rules; and it is paternal care alone which can attract, and locate, and fix a resident body of settlers, so as to grow up at length into a great people. Neither are these sentiments in our opinion just: a settler who buys land on which to build and settle, does not assuredly buy it that he may be drowned in his house, or beggared in his property by a flood he cannot know a priory, or from previous knowledge, whether he might or not: and when time and events have proved the affirmative, is the pound of flesh to be levied from him which he contracted for, believing the value he received to be very different from what it turns out.

The Gundagai people agreed to pay for Rachel, (or dry land,) and in the morning, behold it is Lia (or a flooded alluvium). Is it equitable then to oblige them to build where they may be drowned, and refuse them dry land in exchange. We hope his Excellency will re-consider this case, and bestow the desired been. In our opinion, however, the men who solicit it are those who in reality bestow the favour on, government, and not the government on them, (even if their reasonable request were granted,) by making wild and useless land available and profitable. We are, astonished His Excellency should have refused or hesitated a moment to grant the request :-

Commissioners Office, Tumut River, November 4, 1841, Sir,-I do myself the honour to submit for His Excellency the Governor's consideration, that from the late floods in this part it would be highly essential to the future welfare and advancemente of the township of Gundagal to have a surveyor sent up to lay out part of the township on the south bank of the Murrumbidgee River, on moderate high ground, well adapted for building on; and some few allotments might be laid out north and by east of the present township, giving the parties who have now allotments on the recently flooded land, allotments on the high land. The water was from four to five feet deep in the huts at Gundagal, and parties suffered severe losses of property, and with a prospect of similar inundation, all chance of the advance ment of Gundagaiai as inland township in its present site I would say is at an end, as no person would now think of purchasing allotments for building in such a precarious situation. I have the honour to be, &c. H. Bingham. The Hon. the Colonial Secretary. - (Ref- Morning Chronicle (Sydney, NSW : 1843 - 1846)(about) Previous issue Saturday 22 February 1845).

1890 - Gundagai.- July 8.

A MEETING of the directors of the Gundagai Stock Board was held at Gundagai on Thursday, June 26.

Present Messrs. E. G. Brown (ohairman),

James Robinson, Kimo;

W. B. Smith, Darbalara;

C. F. McDonald, Wantabadgery;

J. J. Miller, Littledale.

The business was to strike the rate of assessment and fix the price of bonuses for scalps. The assessment was reduced by half of the previous year's, viz., d per head for sheep, and 1d for large stock. The bonuses were fixed as follow:

Rabbits, 2s 6d per live rabbit; hares, 6d; dingos, 3 ; pups, 1 ; wallabies, 3d.

It was decided to assess the unstocked runs. A resolution was carried expressive of opinion that the Rabbit Act should be repealed at once, and fresh legislation brought in to cope with the rodents.

The treasurer's statement showed a balance in hand of upwards of 2000. Committees were appointed to look after the various parts of the district to see the act enforced, as follows:

Messrs. Brown and Horsley for Tumut, Adelong, and Mundarlo;

Messrs. Beveridge and McDounld, for Wantabadgery and Clarendon;

Messrs. Robinson and Smith, for Gundagai, Jugiong, and Gobarrolong;

Messrs. Miller and Ward, for Cootamundra and Bethungra.

THE RESIDENT TEACHER and superintendent (Mr. Usher) has beon appointed to take charge of the blacks at Brungle, twelve miles from Gundagai. Mr. G. O'Byrne, district inspector of schools, accom- panied by Sub-inspector police, James Cornet, visited Brungle on Saturday last, and marked out a site for the superintendent's residence, which is to be finished by August 1. Much satisfaction is expressod at this result, as the blacks are becoming a nuisance to neighboring selectors through not having a re- sponsible person to look after them.

THE FOLLOWING SELECTIONS were applied for at the local Lands Office : A. J.S. Bank, 60 acres, parish Nanangroe; A.J.S. Bank, 60 acres,Bundarbo; A,J.S. Bank, 60 acres, Bundarbo. - (Ref- Australian Town and Country Journal (NSW : 1870 - 1907)(about) Previous issue Saturday 12 July 1890)

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