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INDUSTRIAL EXHIBITION AT CONNAH'S…

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AUCTION SALES. VALUE OF PROPERTY IN EDDISBURY. On Wednesday Mr. Cunnah offered for sale at the Royal Oak Inn, Kelsall, the dwelling- house called Vine Cottage,' together with a piece of land adjoining, containing 4a. 3r. 12p., known as The Little Field,' in the occupation of Mr. Arthur Walton. There was a large attendance in the saleroom, and the active bidding sbewed the demand for this class of property has not fallen off In this part of the county. The first bid was E600, and the property was eventually bought by Mr. John Wright, Northwich, for R765. Mr. J. G. Wright, Crewe, acted as solicitor for the vendor. A FLINTSHIRE FARM. On Wednesday evening, Mr. T. S. Adams, Auctioneer, Mold, offered for sale by auction, at the Black Lion Hotel, Mold, a farm at Tryddyn, known as Blaenau. The bidding commenced at E", and ultimately the property was knocked down to Mr. R. L. Barker, Chester, for 9695. BEESTON SMITHFIELD. Mr.. Joseph Wright sold at this Smithfield 50 beasts, 230 sheep and lambs, and 103 pigs and calves. There were over 30 good fat beasts included in the sale, the prize for the best pair being won by Mr. Barker, Spurstow; best lot sheep and lambs, Mr. Sheen, High Ash; and best four fat pigs, Mr. Walley, Egerton Green. A good clearance was made.

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