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Sewage Farm

Sewage Farm (right above centre) with the Brick & Tile works (left) Heatherbreea and Wellingborough Road below the railway

The Argus, Friday 30th September 1910

Auction Sales

John S. Mason,

Auctioneer, Valuer, Estate Agent

27 High Street, Rushden

Auction Sales of every description on fixed moderate charges.
Immediate settlements and full details rendered.

Valuer for Probate, Mortgage, or other purposes.
Agent for The County and Liverpool and London and
Globe Fire Insurance Companies.


Rushden Urban District Council

John S. Mason

Is favoured with instructions from the above Council to
Sell by Auction,
at the
Rushden Sewage Farm,
on Monday, October 3rd, 1910,
at Three o’clock prompt.

The Growing Crops upon the Farm, comprising:

6¾ acres Mangold Wurtzel

1¼ acres Carrots

1½ acres Kohl Rabi

Small quantity of White Turnips

To be sold in lots to suit the convenience of buyers.

The various lots can be seen on application to the
Farm Manager, and further particulars obtained of
the Auctioneer, 27 High-street, Rushden,
or of Mr. W. B. Madin, Engineer and Surveyor,
Council Buildings, Rushden.




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