Derby Mercury, March 1, 1871 (Document)
SHIRLEY LODGE, NEAR ASHBOURNE.Mr. BROWNSON begs most respectfully to announce to his friends and the public that he has been honoured again with instructions from the Executor of Mr. Charles Walker, to DISPOSE OF by PUBLIC COMPETITION, on THURSDAY and FRIDAY, the 2nd. and 3rd. days of March 1871, the remainder of the LIVESTOCK and IMPLEMENTS, the whole of the DAIRY UTENSILS, and a portion of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, &c., comprising 2 choice shorthorned incalf cows, 6 prime porket pigs, spring or market cart, 6-in. cart, with sideboards; iron plough, turnip pulper, chaff cutter, blower, machine fan, bean mill, oil cake mill, sets of riddles, long and short ladders, hay rakes and forks, 4 sets of shaft gears, sets of chain ditto, 4 sets of plough pads and traces, set of harness, hackney saddles and bridles, with a large quantity of other implements and gearing, also of dairy utensils and household furniture, to numerous to particularise.
For further particulars see catalogues, which may be had from Mr. Bamford, printer, Ashborne; the place of sale; or from the auctioneer at Parwich or Ashborne.
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