Stock and Station News.
This week Sir. S. R. L. Elliott stock- ed to his newly-purchased Annean Sta tion, on the Murchison, 2,000 sheep and 50 head of cattle from Glengarry station. The train consisted of 13 bogies and one truck. Next Thursday he will be sending up another train, this time from Oakabella. It will con-
sist of 9 bogies, and will convey 1,800 sheep to Nannine. Three bogie trucks of sheep and a truck of horses will follow later. Owing to the light rails and sharp curves on the Northampton line, two trains have to be made up. Since the 1st of September of last year a total oi 14,000 sheep have been trucked from Oakabeila Estate. A printer's error in our last issue made us say thai '200 sheep had left Mullewa forLeonora. The figures should have been 2,000. Alter changing hands twice within a very short time, Annean Station should be settling down' to develop ment work. There are now 4,500. Glen garry and 2.300 Oakaibeila sheep on this station. About 100 miles of fenc- ing, besides the sinking of numerous wells is contemplated.
Gray's Estate Sale.— We have 1-eea quested i -y remind investors that the sale 0:' operty belonging to the es tate - tnry Gray takes place at the Club lioiel, Oraldton, on Tuesday next, the i23rd inst., commencing at 11.30 a-m. sharp. The aiuctjonecTj Me. ?J. C. Kidd, has received Uie conditions cf sale, and will now be able to snp ply the fullest information. To snit larger investors, some of tho smalfer lots will be grouped together, and first offerod in this way, and'shonl-i they; to unsold will be again offered in sep^ arate lot«.