The Shirley Village Archive

Derbyshire Advertiser and Journal - 6 March 1925 (Document)

SARACEN'S HEAD FARM, SHIRLEY.
5 miles from Ashbourne.
W. S. BAGSHAW & SONS have received instructions from the Executors of the late Mr. D. Rushton (who are giving up the farm) to SELL by AUCTION, entirely without reserve, on
MONDAY, MARCH 9th 1925:
The whole of their valuable Live and Dead Farming Stock,comprising:—
26 BEASTS
Viz.:—17 young dairy cows and heifers, 2 grand coloury barren or incalf heifers, 3 coloury yearling heifers, 3 coloury rearing heifer calves, Roan yearling bull.
2 HORSES
IMPLEMENTS and TOOLS, GEARING and TACKLE, DAIRY UTENSILS.
1½ h.p. Fairbanks and Morse petrol engine.
Full particulars in detail catalogues.
Sale at 12 o'clock.

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