STATIONS CHANGE HANDS.
Ettrick Station (Port Hedland) has just had a double sale, having been purchased from Messrs. Hardie, Stewart & Co. by Messrs. Corbett anadHolthouse, of Muccan Station, and Mr. Frank Young, of Adelaide, and re-sold by them the same week to the De Grey Pastoral Co. Ltd. at an increased price. The price paid by the first purchasers was in the vicinity of £28,000.
Messrs. Dalgety &. Co., Limited, advise that Sherlock Station has
been purchased from Mr. E. R. Hall by Mr. E. Meares. , Also that Mr. C. Meares has bought Croydon Station, and repurchased Cliff Springs. Messrs. Dalgety & Co. also ad- vise the sale of Manberry Station on account of Mr. Sam Beasleyi, the purchasers being Messrs. G. J. Gooch and sons. The property com prises some 210,000 acres, and the purchase includes 20,000 sheep in the wool. The new owners will carry: on under the name of the Manberry Pastoral Compang. ... - -
Yeringa Station has been sold through Messrs. Dalgety & Co.,the vendors being Messnsc Stewart & Wehl, and the- purchaser Mr. F. Kopke, a former owner of the pro pei% which comprises 280^000 a cres, and is carrying 16.000 sheep.
Messrs. Dalgety & Co.. have com pleted the sale of Wooramel Sta tion to--Mr. E. A. Hall. late; of Sherlock Station. Roebourne, The property consists of about 350,000 acres, and is carqjing about* 25,000 grown sheep, while the lambing Is estimated at about 9000. The pro perty was sold off shears. I