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MR1 S. KIDMAN BUYS INNAMINCKA STATION. .
Several days ago news was received from London by cable that Mr. Sidney Kidman had purchased Innamincka Station, on the r^nnor fivim the trustees of the late Hon.
William Campbell. This is one of the best stations in South Australia. It runs into over 4,000 square miles. A mob of Inna-* mincka cattle were sold in the market on Monday, and they were much admired for their breeding and quality. They were re garded by exiierts as one of the best mobs of cattle that have been through the Adelaide yards for a long time. Two hun dred and fifty bullocks averaged £12 2/6, and eight cows iW 16/6. This is one of the best averages for such a large -'mob that have been made in the Adelaide yards for many a long day. It is evident that the cattle king is not confining himself ex clusively to pleasure in the old country.