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(From the 'Murchison Times.')

The Wool Industry. — Cue railway sta tion was a scene of busy activity last week end, and on Monday morning two camel-waggon teams of wool from Milly Milly ; two from Berringarra, and 14 horse drays from Poplar Downs, Tain crow and Cogla Downs were unloaded into trucks awaiting. On Monday a

rake of 11 trucks from Cue, totalling 270 bales; two from Nannine and three from Meekatharra, making a total of 16 trucks, containing 421 bales, were despatched by the mid-day train. Binthalya Station in the North- West, has changed hands, the purchaser beins Mr. A. W. Walker, of Sydney, at a sat isfactory figure. „ . By Wednesday morning's train at CuS, 30 rams arrived from Northam for Jfileura Station. A portion of the rams a£- from Mr. Walsh's P™PertvQne?!.r Northam, and some f™*1™™80™ Wales. A consignment of 4UU ewes for this station is also coming forward. The second run of this season 's shear ing at Messrs. Beaton and Broad s Cogla Downs Station, was completed on Wednesday for 97 bales. The whole has resulted in a very satisfactory clip, some 10.300 sheep and lambs being shorn for 173 bales of wool. A portion of the clip was included in the recent wool sales at Perth and returned very goo* prices. . . #i „ SheariiiR^jfeJiow going 0I^LJ^i Morriflsey¥T^£ tD°wns sS™jKj Nallan. The second: ton £pr thisfiewom is also in progress^ at '**!** -''^l art §PM* Aartta Down* Smmv* _ «s *