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Irish News - 4 October, 1897

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ADMINISTRATION SALE OF LICENSED PREMISES.
MOST CENTRAL SITUATION IN CITY OF BELFAST.

I have received instructions from the Representatives of the late Mr. Michael Ward to SELL by Public AUCTION, at my AUCTION MART, CLIFTON STREET, Belfast, on WEDNESDAY, the 6th day of October 1897, at the hour of ONE o'clock, ALL the ESTATE and INTEREST of the late Mr. Ward in that very popular and most central Public-house, well known as 'THE FOUNTAIN BAR', and situate at Nos. 1 & 3 Fountain Street, where a large and profitable trade has been recently carried on in the Retail Wine and Spirit Business.

The Large Bar on the ground floor is splendidly equipped with the most perfect and most modern requirements known to the trade. Besides first -- class Mahogony Counter, Fittings, with a complete Set of Beer Pumps and a number of neat and capacious Stock Casks, there are also on the ground floor portion of the premises a number of Closed and Open Drinking Boxes, all well lighted, and the Electric Bells in the Shop lend much to the accommodation of the public. There are Two Entrances to the Premises (private and public), leading from Fountain Street. The private entrance, while communicating with the Shop, also leads to the room and kitchen on the second floor. The Kitchen, which is large and spacious, is admirably fitted with a Close Range, and the other rooms have been used as Store Room and Sleeping Apartments.

The Premises, which are held for an unexpired term of 17 years, from 1st January last, at the low rent of 40 per annum, are to be sold in consequence of the death of the late Mr. Ward. They are close to the busiest and most central thoroughfare in the City, being quite near Castle Junction, Donegall Place, and Royal Avenue, and it is seldom that such an opportunity of purchase is offered in the public market.

For permission to View Premises apply to ADAM TURNER, Auctioneer, Clifton Street.

For Title and Conditions of Sale apply to Clarke & M'Cartan Solicitors.

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ESTATE OF WILLIAM CARVILL, Deceased.

SALE OF VALUABLE LICENSED PREMISES, situate No. 116 ALBERT STREET and HOUSE PROPERTY IN ALBERT STREET, SERVIA STREET, AND BELGRADE STREET, BELFAST.

I have received instructions from the Administrator of the late Mr. WILLIAM CARVILL to sell by Public Auction , at the Mart, 19 CHICHESTER ST, Belfast, on FRIDAY, the 15th day of October 1897, at the hour of TWELVE o'clock noon.

The following PREMISES:
1. The valuable LICENSED PREMISES known as No 16 Albert Street, with Sevens-day License attached thereto,
at present in the occupation of Mrs Campbell, abd held at the yearly rent of 60
60  0  0
2. Three Houses, Nos. 118, 120, 122 Albert Street, let at 35  2  0
Three Houses, Nos. 5,7,9, Servia St. let at 24 14  0
Four Houses, Nos. 10,12,14,16 Belgrade St. let at 36  8  0

156  4  0
Less Head Rent 21 13  0
Profit Rent (less taxes) 134 11  0

The License attached to the Premises 116 Albert Street is the Property of the Vendor, and the Purchaser, if he so desired, would be entitled to take up possession and to have the License in his own name.

The entire of the above Premises, which will be offered in one lot, is held under Lease for 10,000 years from the 7th October, 1875, subject to the yearly rent of 21 13s.

The Property is substantially built and being in good letting locality, the Houses are constantly occupied.

The above presents a desirable opportunity for investors. For further particulars as to Title and Conditions of Sale, apply to JOSEPH DONNELLY, Solicitor, 79 Donegall Street, Belfast.

JAMES CORR, Auctioneer, 19 Chichester Street, Belfast.

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IN THE COUNTY COURT OF DOWN, EQUITY SIDE (No. 604)

MARY FEGAN, Plaintiff; CATHERINE FEGAN, Administratix of Sarah Fegan, Deceased, Defendants.
AND by Amendment , SAME, Plaintiff; said CATHERINE FEGAN, FELIX FEGAN, and THOMAS FEGAN, Defendants.
AND by further Amendment, EDWARD FEGAN, Administrator of said MARY FEGAN, Deceased, Plaintiff; CATHERINE FEGAN, FELIX FEGAN, and THOMAS FEGAN, Defendants.

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SALE OF FARM IN TAMERY, COUNTY DOWN.

To be Sold by PUBLIC AUCTION, at the AUCTION ROOMS of Messrs. HUDSON & TOMAN, Auctioneers, RATHFRILAND, on WEDNESDAY, 13th day of October 1897, at he hour of TWELVE o'clock, noon (pursuant to the Order of the County Court Judge of Down, bearing date 24th day of June 1897),

THAT FARM, containing about 15 Acres, Irish Plantation Measure, and now in possession of Defendant, CATHERINE FEGAN, held as a Judicial Tenancy under Lord Annesley, at the Yearly Judicial Rent of 19, and situate in the Townland of Tamery, and County of Down.

DESCRIPTIVE PARTICULARS: The FARM is situate about 3 miles from Mayobridge and 3 miles from the town of Rathfriland. It is in a good state of cultivation, and is well watered and fenced, and the Buildings are in good order.

For particulars as to Title and Conditions of Sale, apply to JOHN FRANCIS SMALL, Solicitor, having Carriage of Sale, 37 Hill Street, Newry.

HUDSON & TOMAN, Auctioneers, Newry and Rathfriland.

 

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