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Sales 1921

Rushden Echo 30th September 1921, transcribed by Susan Manton

For Sale by Private Treaty
249 Welingborough Road

The newly erected Semi-detached Villa Residence known as “Rosslyn” and situate 249 Wellingborough Road, Rushden, of brick, pebbledash, and slate erection now in the occupation of Mr. Joseph Ladds, the owner, and containing drawing and dining rooms, kitchen, scullery, 3 bedrooms, bath room, box room, and the usual domestic offices, with motor garage at the rear. There is a side entrance from Gordon Road.

Possession may be obtained on 10th October next. Permit to view and further particulars from John S. Mason, Auctioneers and Estate Agent 30, High Street, Rushden.

Rushden Echo 30th September 1921, transcribed by Susan Manton

Home Farm Rushden
Valuable Household Furniture
Oil Paintings and Effects

To be sold by Auction by John S. Mason.

On Thursday October 6th 1921, by order of Mr. Percy Lovell, who is leaving the district, including:-

Inlaid mahogany china cabinet, inlaid mahogany sideboard, settee and 2 divan chairs in green velvet, walnut frame divan chair stuffed with horsehair with loose cover, settee stuffed horsehair in silk damask, walnut music cabinet, couch in tapestry, 4 mahogany frame chairs, plated wine cooler, plated rose bowl, 5 hand painted vases, set of 3 oil paintings, set of 3 ditto, 3 ditto in gilt frames, 3 prints in gilt frames, 3 ditto in oak frames, cabinet sewing machine, brass rail curb, set fire brasses and dogs, 4 brass candlesticks, walnut frame work table, clock in walnut case, rocking chair, oak chair with cane seat, brass curb, inlaid workbox, overmantel, bedstead and spring mattress, chest of 5 drawers stained as mahogany, chamber service, cornice pole, electric battery and 6 cells, quantity of books, deal table, 2 Windsor chairs, zinc bath, pancheon, pails and miscellaneous effects.

Sale to commence 12.30 prompt.

Rushden Echo 30th September 1921. transcribed by Susan Manton

The Sewage Farm Rushden

John S. Mason has been favoured with instructions from the Rushden Urban District Council to sell by auction on Monday 10th October 1921,

The Growing Crops comprising 3½ acres Mangol Wurtzel, 1½ acres Kohl Rabi, in lots to suit the convenience of buyers.

Company please meet the Auctioneer at the Sewage Farm at 2 o’clock prompt.

To view apply on the farm, and for further particulars to Mr. W.B. Madin, Engineer and Surveyor, Council Buildings, Rushden.

Auctioneer’s Office: 30 High Street, Rushden.

Rushden Echo 30th September 1921, transcribed by Susan Manton

Accommodation Pasture Land

John S. Mason has received instructions to sell by auction at the Coffee Tavern, Rushden, on Tuesday October 18th 1921, by order of the Exors of the late Mr. T.W.C. Linnitt, the following properties:-

12 Freehold dwelling Houses in Grove Road, Rushden; 8 Freehold Dwellings Houses in Manton Road Rushden; 2 Copyhold Dwelling Houses in Bedford Road, Rushden.

By order of the Exors of the late Mr. W.E. Bayes:- Valuable Enclosure of Freehold Accommodation Pasture Land, containing in area 11 acres, situate on Bedford Road, Rushden; Valuable Enclosure of Copyhold Accommodation Pasture Land, close to the town of Rushden, containing in area 4a, 1r, 0p

Further particulars in bills and next week’s papers.

Auctioneer’s Offices: 30 High Street Rushden.



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