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Derbyshire Advertiser and Journal - 12 June 1908 (Document)

THE VICARAGE, SHIRLEY.
Near Brailsford and Ashbourne.
Messrs. HARDY AND HARDY have received instructions from the Executors of the late Rev. W. R. Linton, to SELL by AUCTION, on the premises on Wednesday, June 24th 1908:—
The valuable surplus household FURNITURE, including the contents of the reception rooms, upright piano by Metzler and Co. American organ by G. Butler, a 6ft. sideboard in walnut, fire-proof safe by Milner; BEDROOM APPOINTMENTS including two complete suites, several double and single bedsteads, household linen, several oriental style and Axminster carpets, lace and tapestry curtains; the kitchen utensils and sundries; outdoor effects; DOG CART with lamps &c., complete; harness; 3 lawn mowers, 22 inch lawn roller, garden seats and chairs; GREENHOUSE with staging, boiler and piping complete; also a quantity of greenhouse plants and other effects.
On view Morning of sale.
Sale punctually at twelve o'clock.
The catalogues, which contain 400 lots, may be obtained from the auctioneers' offices, St. John's Street, Ashbourne.

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