Rushden Argus, 13th December 1912
Re Amos Cave, Boot Manufacturer, Under a Deed of Assignment, Sartotis Road, Rushden.
Messrs Hamilton Palmer and Co, auctioneers to the trade, have been instructed by the Trustees, to Sell by Auction, upon the above premises, on Monday and Tuesday December 16th and 17th 1912:
The Entire Stock-in-Trade, Plant and Machinery.
Cut upper and Bottom Stuff, Upper and Bottom Leather, upwards
of 1,250 pairs of Boots and Shoes, 1,000 pairs of Uppers and Unfinished Boots and Shoes, Mercery , Grindery, etc.
The up-to-date and nearly new Machinery [listed]
The Office Furniture. Yost Typewriter, Steel Safe, Writing Desks, etc.
N.B.Also will be offered on the Second Day of Sale, upon the premises in Alfred-street, firstly as a whole: The Entire Stock and Plant of the Rushden Wear and Waterproof Leather Company. Or failing a purchaser for the whole lot, will then be sold in lots comprising: Lathe and 25 Man-drills, Washer Cutter and Knives, 4 sets Scales and Weights, Copper, quantity of Washers, Solution, Grinding Mill, Drums, Buckets, Pans, Tanks, Measures, etc.
Sale to commence each day at Eleven o’clock prompt.
On view Friday and Saturday, December 13th and 14th, from 10 to 4.
Catalogues may be had of Messrs Cattell, Favell and Hodge,
Incorporated Accountants, Kettering and Rushden, or of the
Auctioneers, Station-road, Kettering. Telephone 33.