|Wellingborough & Kettering News, March 26th, 1881, transcribed by Kay Collins
Higham Park (Near Rushden), Northamptonshire.
41 Short-horn BEAST, 14 HORSES, 68 PIGS, Steam Engine, Threshing Machine, Elevator, and other Machinery, Wagons, Carts, Harness, AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, &c.
Messrs. Pendered and Son
ARE favoured with instructions from the Executrix of the late Mr. Ralph Dearlove, to SELL BY AUCTION, on Thursday, 31st March, 1881, the Valuable Live and Dead Farming Stock:
BEAST14 in-calf and down-calving Cows and Heifers, 4 three-year-old Steers, 6 two-year-old Steers, 6 one-and a-half year-old Steer, 11 Yearlings.
The Beast are well-bred, and in excellent condition.
HOGS42 strong Stores, and 26 smaller Stores.
HORSES9 powerful Cart Horses, 3 promising two-year-old Cart Colts, and a three-year-old Cart Colt ; a useful Black Cob, quiet to ride and drive.
A complete assortment of Agricultural Implements, the whole in good working condition, suitable to the cultivation of a Farm of 700 Acres.
The place of Sale is about Two Miles from Rushden, and about Three Miles from Sharnbrook Station on the Midland Railway.
Catalogues may be had of the AUCTIONEERS, Wellingborough.
Luncheon by ticket at 10.30, Sale at Eleven o'clock a.m.