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From the Sussex Express, 7th October 1910

Sales by Auction


About 10 minutes’ walk from Glynde Railway Station.

SALE of a Capital HERD of 24 mixed-bred MILCH and JERSEY DAIRY COWS, in full profit or in Calf; 2 Valuable Smart Active BAY CART MARES, 6 and 7 years old respectively; powerful BROWN MARE, capital PONY, about 13.3 high; POULTRY, the usual AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY, IMPLEMENTS, barn and stable utensils, minor tools, &c, nearly new milk float by the Bristol Waggon Co, light spring cart, phaeton, &c, which will be conducted by PUBLIC AUCTION, by MESSRS DRAWBRIDGE & ANSELL,

Upon the Premises, as above, on SATURDAY, 8th OCTOBER, 1910, by order of Mr H Thompsett, relinquishing farming, owing to ill-health.

Sale to commence at 12.30 o’clock.

Catalogues may be obtained at the Place of Sale, or of Messrs Drawbridge and Ansell, Auctioneers and Valuers, Haywards Heath, Sussex (Tel: No. 13).

Listed under the Topics: Farming & For Sale

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