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LITTLE NEWCASTLE.

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EGLWYSWRW. GREAT PROPERTY SALE.—On Tuesday last Mr T. Rule Owen, the eminent auctioneer, of Haverford- west, offered for sale at the Cwmgloyne Arms, near Cardigan, nearly fifty lots of valuable property, in the parishes of Meline, Nevtrn, Bayvil, Moilgrove, Mon- achlogddu, Llangolman, Newport, St, Dogmells, &c. forming the 'celebrated Cwmgloyne Estate, and con- taining in the gross about 4,000 acres of meadow, arable, pasture, and woodland. This was about the largest sale of property that has ever taken place in North Pembrokeshire, and evoked intense interest, some hundreds of farmers, tenants, and others having come together to witness the sale and purchase their holdings, if 'possible. The sale was held in a shed erected behind the Cwmgloyne Arms, bnt "irtually it was an open hair gathering, as not a tithe of those as- sembled could get inside, and one side of the erection was open. The competition, in most instances, was of the liveliest character possible, bid following bid in rapid succession, and on the hammer falling to a tenant's bid the cheering was quite enthusiastic. Among others present were Mr William Davies, M.P. f or the county, and other gentlemen from the neighbourhood but of the forty-six lots offered nine- teen were disposed of, and of which thirteen fell to the respective tenants, mostly at prices favourable to seller and buyer. In the withdrawn lots large amounts were had in almost every case to the amount of over 4 per cent investment, which although not up to the price obtainable two yjars ago was markedly in advance of late sales. The nine- teen lots sold realised considerably over dE17,000, while the unsold portions, mostly the larger build- ings, were withdrawn at high prices, the tenants in- variably being the highest bidders, and with whom, no doubt, arrangements will be made in a few days for their purchase. Mr James Price, of Haverford- west, was the solicitor to the sale.

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