ESTABLISHED OVER 60 YEARS

MESSRS. JACKSON  &  MURRAY, 
AUCTIONEERS  &  VALUERS,
"THE MART," DUKE STREET,
WHITEHAVEN
 
HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE,  PIANOS,&c.,  FOR SALE.

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 19th.

MESSRS. JACKSON & MURRAY Have received instructions from the Exors.. of the late Mr. Jonathan GREENOP,  Queen Street, and Others, to Remove and SELL BY AUCTION at "THE MART,"  DUKE STREET, WHITEHAVEN, as Above, a QUANTITY of VALUABLE HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and EFFECTS.  Comprising: MAHOGANY CHEFFONIER, MODERN PIANO in Ebonised Case by Warwick, London;  PIANO in Rosewood Case by D'Almaine, 6 Old Mahogany Chairs in Haircloth, Whitehaven Made;  Lady's Mahogany Rocking Chair,  Settee in Cretonne, Sofa and Couch in Leather.  3-Piece CHESTERFIELD SUITE in Rexine, Walnut Overmantel, Antique Candle Table, Capital Bow-Fronted MAHOGANY CHEST DRAWERS, Two 3ft.  Oak BEDROOM SUITES, Walnut Dressing Chest and Wash Stand, Mahogany and Painted Chests Drawers, Painted Secretaire, 3½ft. Painted Wardrobe with Drawer, Mahogany Toilet Mirrors, Painted Toilet Tables, Painted Commode, Chamber Ware, Brass and Black Bedsteads, Wire and Wool Mattresses, 3 Good Feather Beds, Quantity Bed and Table Linen, Carpets, Rugs, Mats, Oilcloth, Roll New Stair Carpet, "Singer's" Sewing Machine, Ash Office Desk, 6ft.;  Typist's Desk, Arm Chairs, Rocking Chairs, 6 Good Windsor Chairs, Kitchen Tables, Stand Tables, Quilting Frames, Pair Sweet Scales, Sack Bogie, New HANDCART, Capital Mangle, Dolly Tubs and Stick, Pictures, Vases, Ornaments, Plants, Brass Kerb and Tidy, Pair Steps, Pots, Pans, &c.
 

Sale
at 10:30 a.m. and 1 p.m.
Goods Now on View at "The Mart." 




A.  M.  ALLINSON,
AUCTIONEER  &  ESTATE AGENT,
WHITEHAVEN. 'Phone 134.
No. 4, INKERMAN TERRACE, WHITE-HAVEN. 

THE Above EXCELLENT LEASEHOLD DWELLING-HOUSE Will, unless previously disposed of, be Offered for SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION, on THURSDAY, DECEMBER 6th, 1928, at 3 p.m. 

Full Particulars Next Week.
 
A. M. ALLINSON,  Auctioneer.






W.  H.  WHINERAY,  F.A.I.,
AUCTIONEER   &   VALUER,
BROUGHTON-IN-FURNESS





G. R. DICKINSON WILL SELL, at "THE MART,"  34, SENHOUSE STREET, WHITEHAVEN , on TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 20th, a QUANTITY of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. 

Goods now on View.
Sale at One o'clock. 
Terms, Cash.






ESTABLISHED OVER 60 YEARS.

MESSRS.
JACKSON  &  MURRAY, 
AUCTIONEERS  &  VALUERS,
"THE MART,"  DUKE STREET,
WHITEHAVEN. 

Particulars of Properties to Let or
For Sale
by Private Treaty,
Displayed in "Mart"window.
TELEPHONE 231.

Monday,  November  19th,  Valuable Furniture,  Pianos,  &c.,  for the  Exors,  of the late  Mr. Jonathan  GREENOOP, Queen Street, and Others. 

Thursday,  November 22nd, Large Consignment of Rose Trees, Shrubs, &c.
 

Monday,  December 3rd,  Valuable Surplus Furniture,  at  "The Mart,"  for the  Excrs. 
of the late  Mrs. KENDALL,  Hensingham House. 

Date to fix,  Valuable Furniture and Effects, at  the  "Lowther  Arms,"  Sandwith, for
Mrs. MOSSOP, who is leaving the district.





ESTABLISHED 1889. 
J.  W.  CARR  &  SON, 
AUCTIONEERS & VALUERS,
71, MARKET PLACE, WHITEHAVEN;
and CENTRAL HALL, CLEATOR MOOR





JOS. JACKSON,
AUCTIONEER AND VALUER,
HEATHER  LEA,  FRIZINGTON. 

Auctioneer to the Whitehaven and West
Cumberland Auction Mart.
Sales of Farm Stock, Furniture, Property,&c., 
Conducted on Reasonable Terms.
Prompt Settlements.
 

Saturday, November   17th,   Sale  of  Store - Cattle, Sheep, Horses, &c., at Royal Oak.   

Tuesday, November 20th,  Freehold Property,
Nos. 92 and 93, Frizington Road (late John BROCKLEBANK, deceased), Sale at Griffen Hotel, Frizington, 6 p.m.       

Saturday,  January  5th,  Mr. T. TOLSON, The
Lund, Lamplugh, Farm Stock, &c.

Friday,  January  18th,  Executors of Late Mr.
William MUNCASTER, Mireside, Enner-dale, Farm Stock, &c.                           

Friday, January 25th, Mr. William JACKSON,
Low Leys, Lamplaugh, Farm Stock, &c.

Monday,  January  28th,  Surplus  Furniture,
Dairy Effects, Poultry, &c., for Mr. Wm. JACKSON, Low Leys.                            

Other Dates Shortly.
 





OAK, LAMPLUGH. 
STORE STOCK SALE.
SATURDAY FIRST, NOVEMBER 17th: 

150 CATTLE of all Kinds. 
500 STORE SHEEP.
12 PONIES and FOALS.
Sale at 11-30.
Mr. RATCLIFFE'S 'Bus from Egremont, on Sale Morning.
JOS. JACKSON,  Auctioneer.  c1509





TO BE SOLD BY PUBLIC AUCTION by Mr. Joseph JACKSON at the GRIFFIN HOTEL,  FRIZINGTON, on Tuesday, the 20th day of NOVEMBER, 1928, at 6 p.m. in One Lot:--    

1.--The Freehold SHOP,  DWELLING-HOUSE and Premises,  No. 92,  FRIIZINGTON ROAD,  FRIZINGTON.
    

2.--The Freehold  DWELLING-HOUSE and Premises,  No. 93,  FRIZINGTON ROAD,  FRIZINGTON.
    

The property is conveniently situated and is a good stand for business purposes.
    

Vacant Possesion for No. 92, Frizington Road will be given on completion.
    

Conditions of Sale will be read at the time and place of sale, and in the meantime further particulars may be had from the Auctioneer, or from:

Messrs.  HOWSON,  DICKINSON  &  MASON,   
143,  Queen Street,  WHITEHAVEN.





MITCHELL'S AUCTION CO.,
Ltd., COCKERMOUTH.

TO-MORROW  (FRIDAY).
Concluding SPECIAL SALE of STORE
CATTLE and SHEEP of All Classes, for
which Entries Will be Taken up to Time of
Sale, 11 a.m.

MONDAY NEST, 19th NOVEMBER.
WEEKLY SALE of All Classes of FAT
STOCK and DAIRY CATTLE.

MONDAY, 17th DECEMBER, CHRIST-
MAS SHOW and SALE of FAT
CATTLE, SHEEP and PIGS.
FRIDAY, 21ST DECEMBER, CHRISTMAS
PRIZE SHOW and SALE of DAIRY
CATTLE and POULTRY.


MONDAY, 24th DECEMBER, NO SALE
Will be Held on this date.

MONDAY, 31st DECEMBER, NEW YEAR'S
PRIZE SHOW and SALE of FAT
CATTLE and SHEEP.





FARMING  STOCK,  IMPLEMENTS,
CROP,  AND  UTILITY  POULTRY,  &c.,
FOR SALE. 

ALFRED COWARD & SON, having received Instructions from Capt. M. GORDON, will SELL by Auction, at HOPE FIELD, LOWICK GREEN, on FRIDAY, 23rd NOVEMBER, 1928.
 
19 HEAD of SMART YOUNG CATTLE, Viz.:--1 Jersey Cow, due at time of Sale; 1 Jersey Cow, full of Milk, not yet served again; Red Cow, due February 29th; Roan Cow, served for May Calver; 3 Young Cows, served for July Calvers; 3 Strong Heifers, fit for Service; 4 Yearling Heifers, 2 Bullock Stirks., 1 Jersey Heifer Calf, 1 Shorthorn Heifer Calf, 1 Well Bred Red Stok Bull, perfectly effective.    

HORSE.--Clydesdale Mare, 8 Years Old, 16 h.h., a very Useful, Active Sort.
    

1 SHOTT PIG.
    

170 HEAD of POULTRY.--24 Light Sussex Hens and 1 Cockerel, 140 White Leghorn Pullets and 3 Cockerels, 17 Young GEESE.
   

N.B.--The Poultry are all Bred from the Best Laying Strains obtainable, and have had a free range.
    

IMPLEMENTS.--Very Good Husbandry Cart Complete, Deering Single-horse Mowing Machine, Martin's Combined Side Rake and Turner, Chain Harrow, as New; Wheelbarrow, Pig Crates, 2 Good Ladders, Set of Cart Gear, Pair of New Harness, Rakes, Forks, Garden Tools, Timber, Richardson's End-over-End Churn, (60 lbs.), 2 small Churns, Lister Separator, Butter Worker, Milk Buckets, Tested Butter Scales.
    

POULTRY APPLIANCES.--2 Large Sectional Hen-houses, 24ft. x 18ft.; 4 Sectional Hen-houses, 6ft. x 4ft., 8 Coops, 4 Drinking Fountains, 1 Hearson 200-Egg Incubator, 1 Phipps Foster Mother, 1 Denny Ditto, 2 Satterthwaite Foster Mothers, Wire and Posts.
    

CROP.--6 Mowsteads of Well Secured Meadow Hay, 3 Mowsteads of Brackens.
    The Hay may be Stored until the New Year, or by arrangement, at the Purchaser's Risk.    

Intending Purchasers of Poultry-houses and Hay at The Ridding please view before Sale.
    

Refreshments at a Reasonable Charge.
   
Sale at 12 o'clock.
   
Terms, Cash.
   
ORDER OF SALE.--Implements, Live Stock, Crop, and Poultry.