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Derbyshire Advertiser and Journal - 5 September 1902 (Document)

By Mr. B. JOHNSON.
UNDER DISTRESS FOR RENT,
THE COTTAGE, SHIRLEY.
B. JOHNSON has received instructions to SELL by AUCTION, without reserve on the premises as above, on SATURDAY next, September 6th, the whole of the Superior HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE and EFFECTS, viz:—
DINING and SITTING ROOMS.— Turkey carpet, walnut folding table, Chesterfield sofa, oak table, 2 wicker arm chairs, fender and brasses, overmantle, copper coal hod, rugs, vases, pictures, books, walnut stand, feather cushion, pictures, cutlery, 2 walnut tables, book rack, brackets, Chippendale revolving book case, carpets, tea, and dinner services, jugs, crockery, cooking utensils, linoleum, etc., etc.
CONTENTS of 3 BEDROOMS.— 3ft. 6in. bedstead, hair mattress, feather pillows and bolsters, satin walnut chest, wash stand, ottoman, toilet service, medicine cupboard, writing desk, pictures, 6-chamber revolver, wash stand, chairs, bed linen, chest of 5 drawers, rugs, carpets, etc., etc.
Sale at 2 o'clock sharp.
Goods on view morning of sale.
Cash at fall of hammer.

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