MURCHISON PASTORAL SHOW.
(FaOM A. CORRESPONDENT.)
The above show took place on. October 12fh, at the show ground, Nookawarra station, Upper Murchison. The exhibits were very numerous, especially in the classes for sheep, and marked a steadyj improvement on former years. The attendance was very good, visitors coming from all parts of the dlstrict. From the quality of the stock shown in this district, the Riverina of West
Australia the show must rank amongst the highest in tbe colony. The sheep sections were very good, the ohampion merino ram shown by Mr. F. Wittenoom of Boolardy, and the ohampion merino ewe shown by Messrs. Walsh and Sons of Mileura, being especially fine animals. Both those sheep are West Australian bred. The following is the prize
Champion merino ram : F. Wittenoom, Boolardy ; ohampion merino ewe : Walsh and Sons, Mileura ; best pen of 2 4-tooth rams : F. Wittenoom, Boolardy ; best pen of 2 2-tooth rans : F. Wittenoom, Boolardy ; best pen of 3 4-tooth ewes: Walsh and Sons, Mileara; best pen of 3 2«tooth ewesi Walsh and Sons,
Best shorthorn oort : Darlót Broa'., Serio garra ; boat shorthorn heifer under 2 years : Darlot Bros'., Beringarra.
Best thoroughbred stallion for Station pur- poses : F. Wittenoom'* " War Cry " 1 j best draught stallion : F. Wittenoom^ " Em* perof " I ; best thoroughbred mare í F< Wittenbom's " Aritation 1 j best draught Safe I Walsh »na Sons, Í ; best bacfe np to
. i stone: F. Casar, 1; Darlot Bros'.; 2. Best buggy pair: F; Wittenoom, i; best draught filly tinder 2 year's : j. and F. Monger, 1 ; beBt thoroughbred dolt únder SÍ years : Walsh and Sons, 1.