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NEW SOUTH WALES PASTORAL PROPERTIES.

During the Inst few daro negotiations have been BiiccTBsfullr concluded through the agency ot , Messrs. Elder. Smith, & Co.. Adelaide tor the sale of Hie following well-known pastoral proper ties:- . Moorara. This well-known Btation h situated on the oast sids ot the River Darling, in the Western divi sion of New South Wales, between Menindie and

Wentwortn, and comprises a large area of lease hold and freehold land, together with 40,000 cheep. Delivery is to be given 'off shears,' the buyer being Mr. Arthur Crozier, and Messrs. Chaf . fey & Dunne the sellers. Corona. Messrs. T. L. Browne, of Adelaide, nnd H. H. Duttun of 'Arilaby,' Kapunda, have purchased this station from the Corona Pastoral Company. Delivery is to be given with the sheep in the Wool, and about 60,000 sheep and lambs, 280 cattle, and 1SU horses,' go with the sale. . Corona station is about' 40 miles north ot Broken Hill, and close to the Tarrowingee railway line. Grassmere. ~ The 'sale o! Grassmere was effected by Elder, Smith & Co., In conjunction with Bagot, Shakes. and Lewis. About 11,000 sheep, 460 cattle and 82 horses are included in the gale, and delivery is to be given 'OB shears.' Messrs. Laidlay and Cooper are the buyers, .and Uessri, CroMlasr Bros, the seller. ... ../??:';M: :.,-. ?-..?* 'j ? »'

CHARLEVILLE, July 4.— Drover J. Rogers passed Cammooweal recently with 1,450 Victoria River Downs bullocks. Owing to the bad state of the Georgina liiver stock route the cattle are being travelled by way of'Glenroy and Cloncurry. Drover John McLennan is 'lifting' 500 to 600 cattle off Clunev station for Charleville. The owners are Messrs. Lindsay and Howe. Mr. S. Kidman, of liapunda, is sending some fine cattle from Warrinda station to be sold hene Tjy auction. CHARLEVILLE, July 3.— The Ross River Meat and Freezing Works are kill ins and freezing 2,020 cattle per _ week. The four meat works trading in Townsville are killing about 15,000 cattle a month.

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