(From our Own Correspondent).
Onslow, November 22 Shipping.
On the lutli hist, the Koolinda dis charged 5S tons of general cargo and
lifted a quantity of wool. '
The Minderoo on the 18th discharged j
11 tons of general cargo and lifted i 15<K> Kooline sheep for Singapore. 1
The Shell Oil Company's vessel, the i Volsella. discharged 200O cases of t petrol for local consumption on Thurs- \
This evening the Kooliuda lifted a ? quantity of wool and general cargo
The evening of the Oth inst. was the occasion of a euchre party and dance, the £4 gained thereby being utilised for the children's Christmas tree. Mrs. S. It. Hedditch gained the ladies' prize, while the winning gentleman was Frank Cray. Mrs. Leniliain and Mr. J. O'Connor carried off the booby prizes.
The profits from the bazaar held during race week amounted to £48. This amount was credited to the hall fund.
Present visitors to Beadon are Miss it- Henderson of Peedainulla .Station and Mr. Davis of Broome.
Mrs. K. P. Paterson and eliild re turned from south on the Koolinda.
Mr. Norman Higham and Mr. Alec. Fleming arrived by the Minderoo.
Passengers by the Koolinda south included Messrs. G. T. McCarthy of Uaroo. Goodacre and Thompson of Yaurey. and Mesdames Coppinger and child and Wapinson and child.
Stock and Station.
Giralia shearers cut out on Tues day last obtaining 700 bales of wool from 44.000 sheep.
Minderoo and Wyloo Stations have finished shearing their stragglers.