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Stock and Station News
? I The following stock movements 'have j been supplied by the railway authori ties: — j May 17. — Account Clarkson: 1 truck sheep, Day Dawn to Midland Junction; account Mt. Augusta Stations 15 bogies
tion. May 20. — Account Mileura Station: 10 bogies sheep, Day Dawn to Midland Junction. ' May 24. — Account Hamilton and Harper: 13i oogies sheep, Paynesville to Midland Junction; account Mt. Au gusta Station: 15 bogies cattle, Meo katharra to Midland Junction. May 27. — Account Howard: 15* bo gies sheep, Meekatharra to Midland Junction; account Bulgarbadoo Station: 4 bogies sheep Warramboo to Midland Junction.
Viscount Craigavon, the Prime Min ister of Northern Ireland, is in the uni que position of being able to sit in the House of Lords at Westminster and in the Lower House of the Parlia ment of Northern Ireland. \ Mrs. Zammitt, of Llanelly, Carmar then (Wales), will help in the demoli tion of the chimney stack at the Llan c-lly Copper Works, believed to be the second highest stack in Great Britain. The works are surrounded by houses and other buildings, and the stack cau not be felled. Mrs. Zammitt 's 'hus band has been given the contract for the work. Mrs. Zammitt says it is her pe* »mbition to tackle this giant.