Skip to main content
Hide Articles List

40 articles on this Page

j 1>J..AINA.

jCROSS KEYS.

GARXD T FFAITH.

(xRIFFITHSTOWTf.

MAMHILAD.j

NEWBRIDGE.

RISCA.

News
Cite
Share

RISCA. PROPERTY SALE.—Mr Thomas Parry (Parry and David, auctioneers, Newport and Cardiff) on Wednesday afternoon sold by auction at the Westgate Hotel, Newport, the property known as the Rlbca Estate, comprising a freehold farm and manor house, with 68 acres of pasture and arable land, 30 freehold workmen's cottages and gardens, 10 public-houses, and ground rents amounting to over Y.400 per annum, secured on different properties at Ri.sca. The vendor was Mr Fred Phillips, the well-known town coun- cillor of the South Ward, Newport. There was a very large company. The whole property was divided into 9U lots, and everything offered was sold in two hours and twenty minutes. The ground rents realized and the remainder £ 13,950, or a total of JL22305. The grounds were dl vide(I into 68 lots, the highest being for £ 2G 8s, secured on the Britannia^Iron and Steel Foundry, and which realised £ 660. The lowest ground rent was one for 10s, and this was sold for £ 50. The manor house and 38a. Or. 37p. attached to it in the lot was secured for £ 2,075 by the tenant, Mr Giles. Colonel Gaskell became the purchaser of the Masons' Arms, a double-licensed house at '0 Pontymister. for £ 1,010 Messrs Cross of the Apple Tree Inn, Moriah-road, Risca. for £ 605 Colonel Gaskell, of the Prince of Wales beer- house for £750 Mr C. D. Phiilips (Newport) of the Fox and Hounds beerhouse for £8ÕO Messrs Searle and Herring, brewers. Newport, of the Western Valleys beerhouse for £!;O;). Five cottages and a quarry, let to Messrs Ponsford. Newport, were secured by Mr C. D. Phillips for i690 four freehold cottages and gardens, yield- ing rents amounting to £:20 8s per annum, were sold to Mr J. Haynes for £ 310 and what was described as the cheapest lot. a building site of 3a. 2r. 4p., on which 30 cottages are about to be erected, fell to Alderman Goldswonhy at £ 640. Three acres of allotment gardens, near Risca Railway Station, were purchased for íG15 by Mr J. D. Pain, solicitor, Newport; Mr E. A. Taylor, Dr Instance, Mr J. Haynes, and other Risca residents, were purchasers of other lots end Mr C. D. Phillips secured several lots of meadow and arable land and orcharding, one lot of 11 acres costing him

!SEBASIOPOL.

USK.

RISCA SCHOOL BOARD.

DEATH FROM THE BITE OF AN…

[No title]

SHOCKING CRUELTY AT LLANOVER.

CONVICTS SCALE THE WALLS.

TRAGEDY IN QUEBEC.

THE TRAINING SQUADRON^

A MARRIED COUPLE DROWNED.

Advertising

Advertising

Family Notices

CRANE-STREET CONFERENCE.

GAMBLING AT VARTEG.

THE STONE-THROWING NUISANCE.

THE REV. G. BISHOP, AT GRIFFITHSTOWN.

PARSONS AND POLITICS.

THE LICENSED VICTTALLERS'…

ILOCAL NEWS.'

[No title]

abercabk.

ABERSYCHAN.

ABERTILLKBY.

ABERG VVENNY.

TILARNA YON.

CRUMLIN.

MEETHYB.

POINTNE WYDD.

UPPER CW3IBRAX.

- SHOOTING COMPETITION.

j i ' WORTH £ 100,000 THiiEE…

[No title]