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-. . Property Sale at Newtown.


Property Sale at Newtown. <•? On Tuesday, at the Unicorn Hotel, Newtown Messrs Morris, Marshall and toole offered for sale a number of farms situate in the parishes of Kerry and Mochdre, containing about 634 acres, 3 roods, 10 poles, being another portion of the estate of Mr R. E. Jones, Cefnbryntalch. The room was crowded with farmers. The first lot to be put up was the sound hill farm known as Upper Camnant," situate in the parish of Kerry on the borders of Radnorshire, and intersected by the main road from Newtown to Llandrindod, and bounded on two sides by the River Ithon and the Camnant Brook, comprising a well builtr stone house, two ranges of outbuildings, with about 50 acres of arable, meadow, and pasture land, and a hill adjoining the upper part of the farm, the whole containing 83 acres, 3 roods, and 13 poles. The farm is now in the occupation of Mr Evan Morgan as yearly tenant. Bidding for this farm started at .£500, and rose to £ 780, at which figure it became the property of Mr Edward Evans, Middle Cwmyrhiwdre. Lower Camnant." another ton FARM VAAA thn next to be sold. Situate close to Lot 1, and com- prising a stone cottage, with cow house and other outbuildings, adjoining a twelve-acre meadow and 30 acres of arable land, together with hill land running close up to the main road. The total acreage of the farm is 44 acres, 1 rood, 12 poles. The farm has been in the occupation of Mr W. C. Pugb, or his own tenant. Bidding started at X300, and increased to .£350, when it was knocked down to Mr J. T. C. Gittins, who was acting on behalf of Mr James, The Garn. "Middle Cwmyrbiwdre." situate in the parish of Kerry and Mochdre, about 11 miles from the village of Dolfor, and five miles from Newtown, was next offered. The land, which is entirely pasture, is of exceptionally good quality. There is no house, but a good range of outbuildings, and the lot is almost surrounded by the property of Mr E. A. F. W. Herbert, containing about 90 acres, 25 poles. The present tenants are Messrs John George, Edward Lewic, Thomas Price, and George Jones. From £ 1,200 the bidding rose to XI,600, at which sum it was withdrawn. The next lot to be put up was a piece of pasture land, with cottage, outbuilding.3, and garden, known as The B wlcb, containing 20 acres, 3 roods, 27 poles, in the parish of Kerry, bounded on one side by the main road. The farm is at present let at an annual rental to Mr W. C. Pugh. Bidding started at .£500, and at R700 it was bought by Mr Morgan, The Glog. Lot 5 consisted of a small farm known as Cwmddu, situate near Garchilin, in the parish ot Kerry, about one mile from Dolfor and four from Newtown, comprising a stone built house and out building, 18 acres of pasture and arable land round the house, and 8 a3res near by known as Lane House land. Mr Isaac Bennett is the present occupier of the farm. This lot became the property of Mr Gardner, Tynyddol. Mochdre. at Y. 150. The last lot to be offered was the freehold farm, Upper Cwmyrhiwdre, containing about 159 acres, 1 rood, 3 poles, of arable, meadow, and pasture land, with a fir plantation, situate in the parishes of Mochdre and Kerry. The farm is about five miles from Newtown. Bidding started at £ 800, and at X850 the lot was withdrawn. The property not sold was open for sale by private treaty, and Mr Woosencroft purchased Middle Cwmyrhiwdre for £ 1,720. Messrs Williams, Gittins and Taylor were the vendor's solicitors for Upper Cwmyrhiwdre. and Mr W. Watkins represented the vendors of the other farms.

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