ADJUNBILLY RUN

"Adjinbilly" - "Adjanbilly" - "Adjanbily" - "Nogenbilly" - "Cotway"

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RUN NO.132.

1848 - 132. O'Brien Cornelius.

Name of run, Cotway or Agenbilly.

Estimated area, nineteen thousand acres. (19,000)

Estimated grazing capabilities, seven thousand sheep.

BOUNDRIES

Commencing on a high rooky hill opposite Mrs. Kiley's hut on the Murrumbidgee River, is bounded on the south by said hill to a box tree marked on four sides on same range, und by a marked line to a small creek, thence by a line running south-east to the Yellow Creek, and continuing by that creek to its junction with the Oak Creek, following the Oak Creek to a box tree marked on four sides, south-west by a high rooky hill, thence by a marked line to the Adgenbilly road, and following said road to the north end of the swamp, and thence by a loading range to the Adjenbilly road; on the west by the Adgenbilly Creek to a high hill near Murphy's hut; on the north by a marked line to the Oak Creek, following said creek to the Dog-trap Creek, thence by a marked line to the Adgenbilly road, the said road bearing north to the Murrumbidgee River ; and on the east by the Murrumbidgee River to a high hill opposite Mrs. Kiley's hut before mentioned. - (Ref- The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954)(about) Previous issue Monday 16 October 1848).

PROPERTY Name of run, 132. - Cotway or Agenbilly. Estimated area, nineteen thousand acres. Estimated grazing capabilities, seven thousand sheep. Commencing on a high rooky hill opposite Mrs. Kiley's hut on the Murrumbidgee River, is bounded on the south by said hill to a box tree marked on four sides on same range, und by a marked line to a small creek, thence by a line running south-east to the Yellow Creek, and continuing by that creek to its junction with the Oak Creek, following the Oak Creek to a box tree marked on four sides, south-west by a high rooky hill, thence by a marked line to the Adgenbilly road, and following said road to the north end of the swamp, and thence by a loading range to the Adjenbilly road ; on the west by the Adgenbilly Creek to a high hill near Murphy's hut ; on the north by a marked lino to the Oak Crook, following said creek to the Dog-trap Crook, thence by a marked line to the Adgenbilly road, the said road bearing north to the Murrumbidgee River ; and on the east by the Murrumbidgee River to a high hill opposite Mrs. Kiley's hut before mentioned. - (Ref-

1878 - APPRAISEMENT OF RUNS.-The Commisioner if Crown Lands for the pastoral district of Murrumbidgee, Mr. Coolee, has appraised the undermentioned areas at the annual rental in connection with each:

Adjinbilly (W. K. Smith), annual rent, 30;

Black Jack (Macartney and Rolfe), 20 ;

Blowering (Begg and Norman), 10;

Brungle (Rankin Bros.),i10

Cavan (J. F. Castle), 56;

Gohragandra (W. Atkinson), 30;

Gooroomaregong (G.'M'Donald), 10

raranjogewah (Mrs. Howe), postponed;

Jeremiah (W. K. Smith). 15;

Little River (S. Ryrie), 40

Narrangroe (L. Roche), 10 ;

Numeraakay (R. Blackwood), 85;

Nottingham Forest (F. Jenkins), 50 ..

Nimbiyon (T. H. Bear), 27 ;

Spring Creek (Kiley Hons), 14 ;

Talbingo (Sarah Lampe), 15 ;

Tacmus (Rees Jones), 10 ;

Tumut Plains (Brown aud Harris) :12 ;

Wagrababily (W. L. Smith), 10 ;

Bombowlee (Rankin Bros.), 10;

"Wee Jaspa (A. M'Bean), 35

In the case of Talbingo South run, the lessee objected to the appraisement of the Commissioner, and he appointed Mr. E. G. Brown as arbitrator, and Mr. E W. Turner acted as umpire. The annual rent was finally settled at 15. The costs of arbitration amounted to 10 10s. - (Ref- Australian Town and Country Journal (NSW : 1870 - 1907)(about) Previous issue Saturday 23 November 1878).

This report is submitted in good faith. All endeavors 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 Stephenson (Mobile 0431 481 451) Ex West Blowering Resident, now living in Wollongong, NSW. Australia.

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