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Derbyshire Advertiser and Journal - 19 October 1928 (Document)

IMPORTANT UNRESERVED SALE
SHIRLEY COMMON FARM. SHIRLEY.
3 miles from Ashbourne and 10 miles from Derby. Motor Buses pass the Farm every half hour.
W. S. BAGSHAW & SONS have received instructions from Mr. F. Atkins (who giving Farming) to SELL By AUCTION, entirely without the slightest reserve,
THURSDAY NEXT, OCTOBER 25th.
The whole of his Valuable Live & Dead Farming Stock, comprising:—
62 BEASTS,
viz:— 4l Capital Young Dairy Cows and Heifers; Roan Stock Bull, 18 months old: 10 Choice Colonry Barren Stirks; Yearling Heifer; 9 Grand Coloury Reared Heifer Calves.
4 HORSES AND COLTS,
including:— 2 Shire Mares; Half-legged Mare; Brown Yearling Colt.
16 PIGS,
viz:— 7 Fat Pigs (about 9 scores) ; Middle White Barren Sow; 8 Middle White Stores..
39 SHEEP,
viz:— 2O Young Kerry Hill Ewes; 18 Suffolk Cross Ewes: Hampshire Shearling ram.
A Large Collection of Modern FARM IMPLEMENTS and TOOLS HARNESS & TACKLE DAIRY UTENSILS. GROWING PRODUCE.
Portion of HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. Full Particulars in detailed Catalogues. on the usual terms.
Sale to commence 11 o'clock prompt.

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