Among our illustrations are a number of views of Murgoo station in the Mur-
chison district. The station, which com prises 402,960 acres of leasehold, was ori ginally taken, up by Messrs. E. and F. Wittenoom about 1873. It consists of good
open saltbush plains and mulga country is excellently watered by shallow wells
and 23 windmills. The stock consists of about 19.000 sheep, 500 cattle, and 55 horses. The prices obtained for wool and stock compare favourably with any sta-
tion in Western Australia. The station is at present for sale.
HUT AT THE SHEARING SHED
COOJtXINGKIÎ POOL, ON THE STATION.
TH I'! HOM KKTEA1) AFT ICU KAIN.
STATION LIFE ON THE MURCHISON: VI EWS OE .MEKGOO STATION. (Seo Page 33.)
MUNGOO STATION HOMESTEAD. OX THE MURCHISON.