AGRICULTURAL HALL,
                COCKERMOUTH.
   
    The usual quantity of good FAT CATTLE,
CLAVES, SHEEP, and LAMBS at the above
place on MONDAY nest, the 18th inst.;
DAIRY COWS, STORE CATTLE, and SHEEP
of all kinds. Pure-bred Leicester RAM and
Gimmer LAMBS; about 4,000 Yards Round
Railing, and 25 Dozen Oak Posts; also the
following new SADDLERY (which was advertised
to be Sold last MONDAY, but did not arrive in
time), viz,: Sets of Silver and Brass Mounted
Harness; Riding Saddles; Double and Single
Reined Bridles; Head and Neck Collars; Driving
Reins; Driving, Riding, and Hunting Whips;
Horse Rugs; Plated Spurs; Kneecaps; Carriage
Lamps; and a variety of other Stable requisites.
    Numbers sold last Monday; Cattle, 81;
Sheep, 1,023; Horses, 3.
 
    October 13, 1869.
 
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VALUABLE WAREHOUSE, CORN MILL,
 BAKERY, DWELLING-HOUSES, AND
 SHOP, AT WHITEHAVEN, FOR SALE.
 
To be SOLD by Public Auction, at the
Globe Hotel,  in  Whitehaven, in the
County of Cumberland (by order of the
Assignees of Mr. John TOMLINSON, of
Whitehaven, Corn Merchant), on WED-
NESDAY, the 27th day of October, 1869,
at Three o'clock in the Afternoon, in
such lots and subject to such conditions
as may be agreed upon at the time of
sale, all that valuable WAREHOUSE,
STEAM CORN MILL, BAKERY, DWELL-
ING-HOUSE, and OUT-OFFICES thereto
belonging, situate in Preston-street,
Whitehaven, and lately in the occ-
upation of Mr. JOHN TOMLINSON,
the owner. 
    The property is situated close to the
Goods Station of the Furness Railway
Company, at Whitehaven, is conven-
iently planned, and is well adapted for
carrying on the Corn, Flour, and
Bakery Business, or any business
requiring steam power and extensive
premises. It is Free-hold, subject to a
small Ground Rent payable to the Earl
of Lonsdale, and is in good repair.
    The Property comprises a Four-Storey
Ware-house, 141 feet of thereabouts in
length, with a large vaulted Cellar
beneath, and Lift under cover, a
detached Boiler House, Oven House,
and commodious Bakery, a good
Counting-house, Yard, Stable, and
Foreman's Dwelling-house adjoining.
    The Machinery consists of an excellent
40-horse high-pressure Steam Engine,
with Two Cylinders, Boiler, and Chimney
complete, carrying, in the Flour Mill, Two
French Burr Stones, One Pair of Grey
Stones for Crushing, and the necessary
Dressing Apparatus; and in the Bakery,
a Travelling Oven, with Bread Machine,
and a large quantity of apparatus, erected
within the last few years.  Gas and Water
are laid in to the premises.  Immediate
possession can be given to a purchaser.
    Also, all that Freehold Dwelling-house,
No. 9, in Albion-street, in Whitehaven
aforesaid, with the Yard behind, containing
in front to the said street 17 feet or there-
abouts, and now in the occupation of Mr.
John FORRESTER, as tenant.
    And also all that Freehold Shop, Dwelling
House, and Yard behind, being No. 10, in
Albion-street aforesaid, adjoining the lastly
described Dwelling-House, and having a
frontage to the said street of 17 feet or
thereabouts, lately occupied by Mr. Anthony
BENSON, and now untenanted.
    The above premises can be inspected prior
to the Auction, and further particulars had
by applying to Messrs. ROBINSON RIGG,
JOSEPH CHARTERS BROWN, and JOHN
KITCHIN, of Whitehaven, the Assignees, or
to Messrs. LUMB and HOWSON, Solicitors,
Whitehaven.
                PORTER KITCHIN, Auctioneer.
    Whitehaven, 1st October, 1869.
 
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BREWERY AND MALTKILN IN ULVERSTON.
 
To be SOLD by Auction, by Mr. W.MIDD-
LETON, at the Sun Hotel, in Ulverston,
in the County of Lancaster, on THURSDAY,
October 28th, 1869, at Three o'clock in the
Afternoon (subject to such conditions as
may be then and there produced), all that
substantial, extensive, and well established
BREWERY and MALTKILN known by the
name of the Old Brewery, situate in Ulver-
ston, in the County of Lancaster, comprising
Steam Engine, Mash Tub (15 loads), Two
Iron and Two Copper Boilers (together about
100 barrels), new Coolers, Working Squares,
Cellars, Spirit Stores and Joiner's and Cooper's
Shops.
    The Maltkiln, which adjoins thereto, works
30 loads, has Two Working Floors, Five Store
Rooms, Drying Kiln, and Malt Room.
    There is a good Cart Shed and a Gig House,
and a convenient back entrance on a level with
the second floor.
    The Premises are complete with modern im-
provements, and in first-rate order, with every
convenience for carrying on a large trade.
    Also a STABLE, with GARDEN adjoining the
same, situate in James's-street, in Ulverston
afore-said, being only a few yards from the
Brewery and usually occupied therewith.
    The Brewery has been in full work upwards
of 100 years, is situate in a large and prosperous
district, and presents to capitalists an excellent
opportunity for advantageous investment.
    Mr. WILLIAM HODGSON, of Ulverston, Cabinet-
maker, will show the Property, and further in-
formation may be obtained on application to
Mr. BUTLER, or to Mr. THOMAS BUTLER,
Solicitors, Market-place, Dalton-in-Furness.
    Dalton, October 5th, 1869.
 
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VALUABLE FREEHOLD ESTATE AT EAGLES-
     FIELD, IN THE PARISH OF BRIGHAM,
  IN THE COUNTY OF CUMBERLAND, FOR
                            SALE.
 
To be SOLD by Public Auction, at the
Globe Hotel, Cockermouth, on WED-
NESDAY, the 20th day of October, 1869,
at Four o'clock in the afternoon, by order
of the Assignees and Mortgagees of Mr.
JOHN TOMLINSON, of Whitehaven, Corn
Merchant, together or in lots, and subject
to such conditions as may be agreed upon
at the time of sale,
    All that FREEHOLD MESSUAGE, DWELL-
ING-HOUSE, and FARM, situate at or near
to Eaglesfield, in the Parish of Brigham, in
the County of Cumberland, and called Top
of Bank, consisting of Dwelling-House, Out-
buildings, Garden, and several closes of Land,
containing by admeasurement 16 acres or
thereabouts, be the same more or less, and
now in the occupation of John DOCKWRAY
as tenant.
    This estate consists of good Arable, Pasture,
and Meadow Land, is situate in a flourishing
agricultural district, and within 2½ miles of
the market town of Cockermouth.
    The tenant will show the Land and Premises;
and further information may be had in the
meantime by applying to Messrs ROBINSON
RIGG, JOSEPH CHARTERS BROWN, and JOHN
KITCHIN, of Whitehaven, the Assignees; or to
Messrs. LUMB AND HOSON, Solicitors, White-
haven.
                      PORTER KITCHIN, Auctioneer.
 
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 VALUABLE FREEHOLD ESTATE CALLED
SOUTHFIELD, IN WHICHAM, FOR SALE.
 
To be SOLD by Auction, at the house of
Mr. MYERS, the Albert Hotel, in Silecroft,
on TUESDAY, the 26th day of October,
1869, at three o'clock in the Afternoon,
together, or in lots, as may be agreed upon
at the time of sale, and subject to such
conditions of sale as shall be then produced,
all that Valuable FREEHOLD ESTATE, called
and known by the name of Southfield, situate
in the parish of Whicham, Cumberland, con-
sisting of DWELLING-HOUSE, FARM BUILDINGS,
GARDEN, and several Closes or Inclosures of
LAND, containing be admeasurement, 49
acres or thereabouts, be the same more or less,
and now in the occupation of Mrs. COWARD
as tenant.
    The Estate comprises good Arable, Pasture,
and Meadow Land, and is situate about one
mile from Silecroft Railway Station, and three
miles from the town of Millom, where there
is a considerable demand for Agricultural
produce.
    The Tenant will show the premises, and
further information may be obtained from
Mr. JAMES M'CLELLAN, painter, Egremont,
Mr. JOHN PORTER, of Holmrook, or at the
office of Mr. JOHN MASON, Solicitor,
Whitehaven.
                        A. BROCKLEBANK, Auctioneer.
 
Note.  The Mid-day Express Train from White-
haven will stoop at Silecroft Station on the
day of Sale, to set down Passengers desirous
of attending the sale.
 
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  VALUABLE DWELLING-HOUSE AND YARD,
     IN GEORGE-STREET, AND CHURCH-
     STREET.  WHITEHAVEN, FOR SALE.
 
To be SOLD by Auction, at the Globe Hotel,
Duke-street, Whitehaven, on THURSDAY, the
14th day of October, 1869, at Seven o'clock
in the evening, All that Valuable DWELLING-
HOUSE, situate and being No. 88, George-
street (corner of Church-street, and used as
a Stonemason's Yard, now in the occupation
of Mr. Dawson.
    Also, all that large YARD behind the above
premises, facing into Church-street, and used
as a Stonemason's Yard, now in the occupation
of Messrs. GLAISTER and BULMAN.
    Conditions will be produced at the time and
place of sale; and further particulars may be
obtained, in the meantime, on application to
Messrs. BROCKBANK and HELDER, Solicitors,
Whitehaven.
                   JOHN BRINDLE, Auctioneer.
 
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    SALES OF STOCK, CROP, HOUSEHOLD
                    FURNITURE, &c.
 
To be SOLD by Auction, on the 20th inst.,
at Hall Waberthwaite, near Ravenglass,
the property of Mrs. William FALCON, the
whole of her HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE.
Sale at Half-past Twelve o'clock.
 
    On the 25th inst., at Miteside, in the parish
of Irton, the whole of the STOCK, CROP, &c.,
&c., ; and the WINTERAGE will be Let up to
the 2nd day of February, 1870.  Also, at the
conclusion of the Sale, will be Let Four FIELDS,
known by the name of Joansland, situate within
half-a-mile of Egremont, and for many years in
the occupation of Mr. James MILLER, deceased.
Sale at One o'clock.
 
    On TUESDAY, the 2nd of November, at the
house of the late Mr. James MILLER, Egremont,
the whole of the STOCK, CROP, IMPLEMENTS,
&c., &c. Dinner at Half-past Ten o'clock.  Sale
at Half-past Twelve precisely.
 
    On the 9th of November, at the House of the
late Mr. James MILLER, a quantity of HOUSE-
HOLD FURNITURE. Sale at One o'clock.
 
    For particulars of the above Sales see Hand-
bills.
 
                           A. BROCKLEBANK, Auctioneer. 
 
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