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Auction of Howell's

Source: /03/1887       Date: 1887
Copyright:       Type: Newspaper

DESIRABLE FREEHOLD BUSINESS PREMISES FOR SALE. MR. O. DANIEL has been favoured with instructions to Sell by Auction, at the Lion Hotel, Aberystwyth, On THURSDAY, MARCH 17th, 1887, at three o'clock in the afternoon, subject to conditions there and then produced, the very commodious and substantially-built corner premises, known as HOWELL'S TEMPERANCE HOTEL, Chalybeate Terrace, being the principal street leading to the Railway Station and Smithfield, and has also an extensive frontage into Queen-street, and contains on BASEMENT. Cooking Kitchen, Laundry and Coal House. GROUND FLOOR. Entrance Hall, Large Corner Shop, with Plate Glass Windows, Parlour, Kitchen, Yard and W.C. FIRST FLOOR Drawing and Dining Rooms, Two Bedrooms, and W.C. SECOND FLOOR Four Bedrooms. Fronting Queen Street. CAPITAL THREE- STORIED WAREHOUSE, the whole forming capital premises tor the above business, or for Large Grocery Stores, Corn and Flour Business. Immediate possession may be had. May be viewed any time. For further particulars apply to the Auctioneer, or to Messrs Roberts, Son, and Evans, solicitors, Aberystwyth. HOWELL'S TEMPERANCE HOTEL. SALE OF SUBSTANTIAL HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE. Mr O. DANIEL will sell by Auction ON TUESDAY, MARCH 22nd, 1887, The whole of the effects, comprising :-Hall, Dining and Drawing Room Furniture, Contents of Six Bed-chambers, Kitchen and other Effects. .Full particulars in future advertisements.
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Howell's Temperance Hotel , 21 Chalybeate Street, Aberystwyth