EXTENSIVE East Suffolk Gazette, Tuesday June 8, 1875

AT BECCLES
MILL WRIGHTS, ENGINEERS, IRON AND

to
BRASS FOUNDERS.

MESSRS, H. & J. READ
Are favoured with instructions from Mr. ROBERT MARTIN to Sell by Auction, at the WHITE

LION INN, BECCLES, on TUESDAY, the 29th of June, 1875, at Four for Five o’clock in the
Evening, in One Lot,
THE FOLLOWING

VALUABLE FREEHOLD PROPERTY,
In Peddar’s Lane, comprising a Substantial and Convenient

RESIDENCE,

containing Parlour, Sitting-room, Kitchen, Store-room, Four Bed-rooms, and convenient Offices,
with Paved Yard, in which is a Rain Water Cistern holding about 100 barrels, and Pump; together

with

TRADE PREMISES,
comprising Counting House, large Millwright’s Shop and Forge, Engine house, large sunk Tank,

Foundry, Shaft, Iron Shop, Stable with Loft over, Cart Shed and spacious Saw and Timber Shed.
With this Property will be sold the GOOD-WILL OF THE BUSINESS, which has been carried on

by the Proprietor for Upwards of forty years, but is sold in consequence of ill health.
Particulars and Conditions of Sale may be obtained of Messrs. W.& S. Rix, Solicitors, Beccles; and

of the Auctioneers, Beccles, and Carlton Colville near Lowestoft, in Suffolk.
East Suffolk Gazette, Tuesday June 8, 1875

AT BECCLES,
MR. FENN & MESSRS. H. & S. READ (jointly concerned)

Are favoured with instructions to Sell by Auction, at the
LION HOTEL, BECCLES, on Tuesday, the 29th ofJune, 1875, at Four for Five o’clock in the

Afternoon, by  direction of the Trustee of Mr. WILLIAM MOORE’S Estate,

THE following Valuable FREEHOLD PROPERTY-
Lot 1.—A Genteel MODERN RESIDENCE In Smallgate Street, recently occupied by Mr. W.

Moore, with Convenient house, Stable, and Offices, and tastefully laid out Garden; 

also a MALT OFFICE, occupied by Messrs. Crisp and Son.
Lot 2.—A newly-erected OFFICE, also in Smallgate-street,adjoining Lot 1.

Lot 3—A newly-erected BILLIARD ROOM and part of the OFFICES occupied by Messrs. Clowes

and Clowes, with Ante-room, and entrance from Smallgate Street.
Lot 4.—An excellent Brick and Slated DOUBLE COTTAGE, in Caxton Road, adjoining the

Printing Works, with large Gardens attached, occupied by George Hussey and Charles Phillips.
 Lot 5.—A DOUBLE RESIDENCE in Dacre Place, branching out from Newgate-street numbered 1

and 2, one occupied by Thomas Irvin.
 Lot 6.—A DOUBLE RESIDENCE, numbered 3 and 4

also in Dacre Place, occupied by Robert Wilson and John Skeate.
 Lot 7.—A DOUBLE RESIDENCE, also in Dacre Place, numbered 5 and 6, occupied by Joseph

Bolton and Arthur Welstood.
 Lot 8.—A DOUBLE RESIDENCE, also in Dacre Place, numbered 7 and 5, occupied by Mrs.

Arnoup and Hezekish
 Lot 9.—A DOUBLE RESIDENCE, also in Dacre Place, numbered 9 and 10, occupied by George

Bowgen. 

Gardener and John Cornish.
 Lot 10.—A SINGLE RESIDENCE, also in Dacre Place, numbered 11, occupied by Thomas

Hincklenton.
Lot 11.—A Large and Substantial MANSION, in Northgate Street, formerly occupied by the late

Mrs. Chalker, with
Coach-houses, Stables, Harness House, Ornamental Garden and Pleasure Ground,, in which are

Conservatory, Circular Fernery, Peach House, and Cucumber House.
The following five Lots are a range of newly-erected Brick and Slated Residences and Public House
in Ravensmere, described as Douglas Place.

Lot 12. A free Public House called THE CAXTON ARMS, occupied by Robert Norman.
Lot 13. A Double Residence occupied by Robert Cock and William Goffin

Lot 14. A Double Residence occupied by Charles Mitchell and Charles Cornish
Lot 15. A Double Residence occupied by William Lee and Charles Barnard
Lot 16. A Double Residence occupied by Alfred Cattermole and Henry Woolner

The above property is all Freehold and Land Tax redeemed.

IN LIQUIDATION
BECCLES:MESSES. H.& J.READ

Have received instructions from the TRUSTEE of Mr. WILLIAM WOOLNER
GARNHAM’S ESTATE, to Sell by Auction, at the WHITE LION HOTEL, BEC
at Four for Five o’clock in the Afternoon,

CLES, on Tuesday, 11th August, 1875,

THE following Valuable FREEHOLD PROPERTIES, namely—
Lot 1. A convenient and substantially-built Brick and

Slated RESIDENCE AND TRADE PREMISES, at the junction
with Blyburgate Street and Ingate Road, consisting of
Coal House, Six Bed Rooms, and Two Attics, Soft Water Tank, and Paved Yard, in which is a Pump of Spring Water;

Entrance Hall, Front Parlour, Kitchen, Storeroom, Wash House,

a CHEMIST AND DRUGGIST’S SHOP, with Inner Shop, Soda Water Manufactory, Two Warehouses, and Stable.
This Lot is held by Mr. EDWARD WATSON for a Term of

21 Years, from 6th January, 1870, terminable at the
Fourteen Years by giving Twelve Months’ Notice, at the

option
Annual Rent of

of the Tenant at the end of the first Seven or
33.

Lot 2. A Block of Brick and Slated BUILDINGS in NEWGATE STREET and MANOR HOUSE LANE, consisting of
DWELLING HOUSE, containing Sitting Room, Kitchen, Two Bed Rooms, with Coal House and Small Yard at Back,
and TWO SPACIOUS ROOMS, formerly used as a National School, each Room being 44ft. in length, by 171 ft. in

width. The Dwelling House and One Room are now occupied by the 4th Suffolk Artillery Volunteer Corps as a Drill
and Orderly Room, and the other is occupied by Mr. PASSMORE as a Lecture Room; the whole producing a rent of

19.
Lot 3. Two newly-erected and substantial Brick and Slated RESIDENCES in FAIR CLOSE STREET; each Residence

containing Front Parlour, Kitchen, Back Kitchen, and Three Sleeping Rooms, with Pumps for Hard and Soft Water, and
PRODUCTIVE GARDENS. This Property is enclosed by a Wall on the West and South, and in Front by an Ornamental

Iron Area Fence, and has a back entrance from a roadway adjoining the Nursery Grounds. This Lot is occupied by
HENRY LARKE and BENJAMIN BRADFIELD, as Quarterly Tenants, at the aggregate Annual Rent of 21.

Lot 4. Two newly-erected and substantial Brick and Slated RESIDENCES, also in FAIR CLOSE STREET, similar to
and adjoining Lot 3. This Lot is occupied by WILLIAM FRAKES and JOHN MANN, as Quarterly Tenants, at the

aggregate Annual Rent of 22.

Lot 5. A Valuable Plot of FREEHOLD BUILDING LAND, in FAIR CLOSE STREET, 118 feet in length, with a
frontage of 30 feet, and abutting upon the Property of Mr. Laws and Mrs. Gooding,
Particulars and Conditions of Sale may be obtained of Messrs. WORSHIP and RISING, Solicitors, Great Yarmouth of

Mr. LOVEWELL BLAKE, Public Accountant, Hall Quay Chambers, Great Yarmouth; and of the AUCTIONEERS,
Beccles, and Carlton Colville near Lowestoft.

To Engineers, Millwrights, Blacksmiths, and others.
AT BECCLES.
MESSRS. H. & J. READ

Are favoured with instructions from the Executors of the late Mr. ROBERT MARTIN to Sell by Auction, without
reserve,
upon the Premises in Peddar’s Lane,

On Monday, 23rd August, 1875,
THE VALUABLE STOCK-IN-TRADE,

including a Large Quantity of WELL-SEASONED TIMBER, together with the COSTLY MACHINERY, including
FOUR TURNING LATHES (one of great power), Steam Saw Bends and Saws complete, Boring Bar, Vertical Drill,

Portable Blacksmith’s Forge, Carpenter’s Bench, SUPRERIOR SMITHS’, MILLWRIGHTS’, and other TRADE
TOOLS, and numerous other Effects, descriptive Catalogues of which can be obtained of the Auctioneers ten clays
before the Sale

Offices—Beccles, and Carlton Colville near Lowestoft.