A SHEARING NOTE1.
At Mr. W. McKenzie Grant's Cogla Downs Station the shearing this year has been satisfactory and passed off without any labor troubles. This stat ion, which is being improved by fenc ing and well sinking has not yet
reached its limit so far as stock is concerned. Both sheep and cattle have been pastured during the year and as the runs get supplied with windmills and subdivision fences, stocking with sheep is going to be increased. Upwards of 46 niifcs. q'f renc'ng has feen constructed riicentJy and a' u umber of welis sunk, and tlio work ie- s^ill gjnAug on. AbDUt 7.000 steep were shorn, including iaiutM from wbMr 129 bales of wool Slave been preaseuVtynMet ^yeral balfis or t^ecea are yel ]to bs made up. T!ni_ lambing was gm&, about 84 ]-er
3e«t BeiES ec^Jtoea . A lew stragglers rerriahi to be shjffrn. -