To be LET or EATEN OFF, six acres
of Swede TURNIPS, situation first
class.  Apply to A. PARKER, Hall
Bolton, Gosforth.
 
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To be LET, with immediate possession, the
 DWELLING-HOUSE, No 6, Preston street;
Also the Old Established BACON CURING
House, Stables, and other Outbuildings
thereto adjoining, either together or separately.
Apply on the premises.
 
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To be LET, the HOUSE and SHOP,
situate in the Old Town, Whitehaven,
lately occupied by John HEWITT. Attached
to the House is a WASH-HOUSE, containing
Two Boilers and Two Water Taps, and lighted
with gas.  Apply, by letter, to John SANDS,
Farmer, Lowca, near Parton.   
 
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    DWELLING-HOUSE, SMITHY, AND
                STABLES, TO LET.
 
To be LET, with possession at Martinmas
next, the DWELLING-HOUSE, YARD,
STABLES, and BLACKSMITH'S SHOP at
Brackenthwaite, Whitehaven, now in the
occupation of Mr. J. COWMAN.  Apply on
the premises, or to Mr. H. BRAGG, 15, Hilton
terrace, Whitehaven.
 
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       WATER CORN MILL TO LET
 
TO BE let, and may be entered upon at
Martinmas next, all that WATER CORN
MILL, called Stair Mill, with good DWELL-
ING HOUSE, BARN, BYRE, STABLE,
PIGGERIES, ORCHARD, GARDEN, and
about One Acre of excellent GRAZING
LAND, situate in the township of Braith-
waite, in the County of Cumberland,
about one-and-a-half miles from the
Braithwaite Station on the Cockermouth,
Keswick, and Penrith Railway, and about
the same distance from the Market Town
of Keswick, now in the occupation of Mr.
John ADAMSON as tenant.   
    Further particulars may be known on
application to Mr. Joseph BOWE, Auctioneer,
Mountain View, Cockermouth, by whom
written proposals will be received until
SATURDAY, October 30th, when the tenant
will be declared at the King's Arms Hotel,
Keswick.
    Cockermouth, Oct. 12th, 1869.
 
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BREWERY AND MALKILN TO LET.
 
To be LET, with immediate possession
if required, the DALTON BREWERY,
situate in Market street, Dalton-in-
Furness, at present occupied by Mr. M.
DENNEY, by whom is has been successfully
carried on for the last twenty five years, but
who is about to retire from business.
    Also, a MALTKILN, and a small position of
LAND, if required.
The Stock and Utensils may be taken at a
valuation.  Apply to Mr. DENNEY, on the
premises.
 
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            FARM TO LET,
 
To be LET, for a term of years, all that
desirable FARM called Hale Bank, in the
parishes of Hale and St. Bridget's, Becker-
mont, containing 40a. 3r. 25p. or there-
abouts, in a high state of cultivation, having
been for the last 20 years in the occupa-
tion, of the late Thomas WALKER, the
owner.  
    Hale Bank is immediately adjoining
the village of Beckermont, and within
10 minutes' walk of the Railway Station
at that place. The House and Farm
Buildings are entirely new, and most
convenient and well adapted for any
gentleman wishing to engage in agricultural
pursuits.
    The man in charge will show the Farm,
and further particulars may be known
on application to Mr. HUTCHINSON,
Braystones, who will receive proposals
for Farming the same until the 16th
day of October, immediately after which
the tenant will be declared.  
 
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