Huddersfield Chronicle (27/Apr/1850) - page 1

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Advertisements and Notices

HUDDERSFIELD ASSOCIATION FOR IMPROVING THE BREED OF PIGS AND POULTRY. ESTABLISHED 5th MAY, 1849. B. N. R. BATTY, Esq., Preisdent.

-oT] CE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the ; ANNUAL MEETING of the Members of tke « Association will 'be held at the Georce Horet, ,iastield, on SATURDAY, the 4th of May next, at Twe yk im the afternvon precisely, when the Committee Officers will be chosen for the ensuing year, the Rules ved, and the several Prizes to be offered for Competiacre upon, . . ful! attendanee of Members is desired.

By Order. G. 8. FLOYD, #own. Sec. 1850.

\Ihion Street. 26th April, c'\REAT EXHIBITION R AA oof 1851. — NOTICE 'to EXHIBITORS. — In pursuance ofthe direc== tions of Her Majestv's Commissioners, Nuddersicld Committee request that all Persons resiin this district desirous of becoming EXHIBITORS, : notice of such intention, and transmit a general de ition, of Ce nature of each artiole, -and the «hace rered far its exhibition, to the Honorary Secretaries, on wore the 4th of May, 1850. will not be necessary, in the first instance, to exhibit the Local Committee either specimens of the articles -seit, or tu give a minute specification of them. he Committee are now prepared to supply printed ms for the Returns tu be filled up by intending Exhirs, and further information may be obtained from the imman (Wa. Willans, Esq.), from Joseph Brook, J.C. LAYCOCK, JOSEPH SHAW, PREDERICK GREENWOOD, WILLIAM HASTINGS, vuissioners' Rooms, Huddersfield, Ivth April, 7859, Hon. { Secretaries.

GRAND SUBSCRIPTION CONCERT. Rh. G. WILKINSON has the honour to announce to his friends and the public, that his YH SCESCRIPTION CONCERT (and last for the pu) will wake place on WEDNESDAY EVENING next, May Tsou, in the Purnosormical Hai, Huddersfield, for 1 he Las envased the fullowing eminent Performers : —

MISS DOLBY, bm the Ancient and Philharmonic Concerts, London, the Provincial Musical Festivals ; and whois universally Wed to be the first English Singer of the present day,) EU NPERELAND, Nos. L. PEACE, ; Mr. SHEARD, (From the Duke of Buccleugh's Chapel, Dalkeith.)

Mr. G. MILNES, And a powerful Vocal Chorus.

Mr. J. WOOD will preside at the Piano Forte. 'hnission. — Non-Subscribers to the Reserved Seats, (il. : Family Tickets to admit Four to the Reserved its, 1s. j; Saloon, 2s. ; Gallery, 1s. hekets nay be had of Mr. G. WILKINSON, Northumberistrect: Mr. Parratt, Buxton Road ; Mr. Mellor, ss Church Street ; Mr. Waters Harpy, Market Place ; NX. G. Boxp, New Street. Books of Words 4d. each. ons open at Half-past Seven — te commence at Eight '=ely. dinission to the Reserved Seats through the North mance. shool Teachers can procure Tickets for their Pupils at "iling each, to the Saloon, and Two Shillings cach he Reserved Seats.

Airs.

THEATRE, (licensed according to Act of Parliament). MUSLEY, LESSEE AMD MANAGER GF THE WEST YORK THEATRICAL CIRCUIT.

RE-ENGAGEMENT OF MR. GEORGE WILD, a , _ ._ AND ISS FANNY WILLIAMS, LOR SIX NIGHTS MORE!

)> SATURDAY EVENIN G, Arrix 27, 1850, WILL BE PERFORMED, 1 F ES A LOTTERY! Moly Dies Mr. Georce WILD. bessie Llossum oo Miss Fanny WILLIAMS. hp After which, .MY¥Y UNCLE'S CARD! ee ea, Mr. GEORGE WILD. ED os ees cece esew eta en Miss Fanny WILLIAMS. ya, Lo conclude with "ZECTRE BRIDEGROOM!! ote On Monpar. April 29th, I XTEEN-STRING JACK}? "ech Ar. Groce Witp and Miss Fanny WILLIAMS will appear, is i Tenspay, a variety of Perfermances, as will be cxpressed in the Bills. On Wepsesps ¥, May Ist, 1850, JACK IN THE WATER!

Whe d oe Ms. Georur Watp and Miss Faxsy WILLIAMS will appear.

THR bee F HIDAY, Performances for .

ad pga PPNEFIT OF MR. GEORGE WILD, NLLY THE Last Nicht But QNE of their sive of 4 performing in Huddersfield.

hong, Gi oe sion : — Dress Boxes, 2s. 6d. ; Pit, 1s. ; ONG <coud Price at Nine o'clock ; Dress Boxes, "-price to Pit or Gallery. at Halr-rast Srx, Performance to commence

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"Ss "wietly probibited. Pass-out Checks not transNp f Tickets inax be had of Mr. Bond, Printer, &c , "Piste the Post Office, Huddersfield.

RRESPECTFULLY call KITCHEN RANGES and COOKING APPARATUS LOCK DOOB-KNOBS, WITH BELL-PULLS AND FINGER-

FENDERS IN ORMOLU, BRONZE, ORB

HOLMES BROTHERS.

GENERAL AND FURNISHING

PAPER MACHIE AND JAPAN IRGN TEA TRAYS, TABLE AND DESSERT KNIVES AND

DISH

London Tea Urns, Bronzed, Brass, and Copper Kettles, Shower, Sponging, Hip, '#nd Slipper Baths, 4 The Windguard is guaranteed to cure all smoky Chimnies caused by tvind, great success to Schools, Nurseries, Bed Rooms, K SOLE AGENTS FOR SYLVESTER'S PATENT

BELL-HANGING AND GAS FITTING, SMITH WORK, IRON AND TIN PLATE WORKERS, &a.

attention to their STOCK of Drawi Room STOVE GRATES and CHIMNEY PI

21,NEW STREET, CES, COAL VASES AND BOXES, COVERS OF THE-NEWEST SHAPES, at such prices as place DAY'S PATENT WINDGUARD.

which may now be seen in use at their Show Rooms.

IRONMONGERS,}

i g, Dining, Breakfast, and Bed

» GAS CHANDELIERS, PENDANTS, and BRACKETS, PLATES TO MATCH, CORNICE ENDS AND CURTAIN BANDS, .

ERLIN BLACK, WITH FIRE IRONS TO SUIT;

Metal Tea and Coffee Pots, Candlesticks, Tuilette Furniture, &e.,-4 them within the reach of all.

and for Ventilation itchens, Larders, Stables, &e. RADIATING STOVE GRATES, 4

FORKS, has been applied with W

A T C H

MAKER, m JAMES SYKES, JEWELS

17, CROSS CHURCH STREET, HUDDERSFIELD. e PRETORNS his secere thanks to his Friends and the Public for favours received, and begs to inform them that he has a large Stock of GOLD and, SILVER WATCHES, of first-rate W

as cheap, if not cheaper, than any House in the trade. J. S. embraces the present and pledges himself to Repair erkmanship, which he offers .

epportunity of stating that he bas had considerable Experience em ACCURATELY, however complicated, at Prices which will give satisfaction.

ER, in Forzicn Watcues, J

Consisting of Kidderminster, Scotch Tapestry, Dutch, &c. Druggets, Hearth R Quilts, Counterpanes, Sheetings, Ticks, Window Hollands, Table Cloths, Oil Baizes, found to surpass in cheapness any Goods before offered to the public of Huddersfield. SHAWLS, DELAINES AND CASHMERES, SILKS AND COBOURG CLOTHS.

Ten cases of SILK UMBRELLAS, a decided bargain, commencing at Three Shillings and Sixpence. AIAN CHESTER WAREHOUSE, MARKET-PLACE.

NEW CARPET, RUG, DRUGGET, AND GENERAL FURNISHING ESTABLISHMENT, MANCAESTER WAREHOUSE, MARKET PLACE, HUDDERSFIELD. OHN FOX, (late Epwarp Hensha.t,) respectfully Neighbourhood betore making their purchases to visit his Establishment, and inspect his entirely new and extensive STOCK OF CARPETS, invites the Inhabitants of Hudeersfield and Damasks, Moreens, Blankets, ringes, Laces, Ke., which will be 4 An extensive assortment of TH E

HESLOP begs to inform his Friends « ASSORTMENT of LADIES' manship, and at the lowest Cash Rooins, &e R. H. takes this opportunity to caution the public against the very inferior and lew-p off in the various Periodicals and other Advertismg mediums, and begs to inform them t as he can with confidence recommend. . As the repairing of Foreign Watches has always been difficult to English workmen, he has engaged a first-rate workman from Paris, who has had considerable experience in the watch manufactories of Geneva, ?

ILLUMINA

T E_.D No. 5, KING STREET, HUDDERSFIELD.

and the Public that he has always and GENTLEMEN'S GOLD and SILVER WATCH

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PRICES ; also a Large Assortment of CLOCKS suitable for Offices, 'Libraries, Drawing watch, however complicated and difficult, can be put in proper repair in the shortest time possible.

THE ONLY WORKING-JEWELLER IN THE TOWN KEPT ON THE PREMISES. SOLE AGENT FOR BRAHAM'S PATENT SPECTACLES.

SILVER PLATE FURNISHED FOR BANQUETS, DINNER PARTIS, &c.

riced Watches that are puffed hat he keeps only such Articles oc K, on hana a LARGE ES #f first-rate work-

that now any foreign BAYLDON'S FASHIONABLE HAT WAREHODSE

HATS! HATS!! HATS!!!

37, CROSS CHURCH STREET, HUDDERSFIELD.

( 1 B. returns his thanks to his friends and the over all others, and ATS, of every description, of the Newest Shapes.

LIST OF PRICES: —

Well-made Hats, from 4s. 6d , to 5s. 6d. ; at 6s. and 7s. 6d. ; beautiful Velvet, Fashionable in Shave Colour, warranted to.wear well, at 8s. 6d., and 10a. A well assortment ef French and Satin Velvia. Style and strength, at 12s. ; the richest, First-class Hats that ean be made,complete with every 7 the new improvements, perfect in ventilation, having no superior in qualiiy at The above List of Prices will be found such as has never before becn o immedlate distance.

any price.

BOYS AND MENS' CAPS AT REDUCED PRICES.

public for the decided preference begs leave to inform the Public, that he has just received a new asso Boys', Youths', and Gentleman's H

G. B. particularly wishes to make it known to his friends i , that his Fancy Hats, in Black and Drab, is of the Newest Styles, and at such Prices as never offered to the Public.

ffered, and places all

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ven to his Hats, Sament of Infants',

varigeyaee eee = 'Sompetition at an i .

CORN AND

SEED WAREHOUSE, NO. 8, NEW STREET, HUDDERSFIELD.

i My Atigew SHEARD begs most respectfully to inform the Publie of Huddersfield and the neighbourhood that he has entered to the above Premises, and intends carrying on the CORN, FLOUR, AND AGRICULTURAL SEED BUSIN

and hopes by maintaining the character for the undeniable and the late occupiers, (B. and J. Sheard,) that he will merit a share of the very liberal patron predecessors ; and he begs further to state to the Agricultural Public that he has now on han land, Poland, Scotch, and English SEED OATS, of the finest and most prolific kinds ; also, i SPRING LINTS' SEED WHEAT, BARLEY, BEANS, RYE, RED AND WHITE CLOVER SEED, Skirving's and other celebrated SWEDE TURN

order, as the M. S. invites the attention of Dealers and Families to his verv moderate Prices for gs Season advances.

BOTH WHOLESALE AND HETAIL, TREFOIL, RIB GRASS.

MEAL, MALT, HOPS, and HORSE CORN.

e genuine quality, of all kinds, which has been kept by d a large Stock of Fries-

IP SEED, and all other useful Agricultural Seeds in their proper uperior quilities of FLOUR, >»

g HSS, bestowed on his

2-4ths, tion to W. selected Stock in the West NO. 104, TOP

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PRINTS, DE LAINES, TABLE LINENS, IRISH & BARNSLEY SHEE TINGS, TI CKS, and 5-&ths Stair Ca Purchasers.

OF KING STREET, HUDDE

RS WHOLESALE AND RETAIL

i CARPET, RUG, DRUGGET, AND GENERAL DRAPERY WAREHOUSE.

and S. HENSH ALL, in returning thanks te the Gentry, Clergy, and Inhabitants of Huddersfield and its vicinity, for the many favours bestowed upon them since Upening the abgve Establishment, beg to inform them, that Mr. 8. H. has just returned from London, Manchester, and other Markets, made extensive Purchases of Goods suitable for the approaching Season, consisting of a large assortment of Plain and FANCY SILKS, SATINS, SATINETTES, ALPACAS, LUSTRES, BALZERINES, PRINTED MUSLINS, And a great variety of Novelties for Dresses. Long and Square SHAWLS, in Paisle Plain and Fancy Cravats, &e., &e., &e.

ALSO, A WELL SELECTED STOCK OF

DIAPERS, cc.

W. D. & S. H. wish particularly to draw attention to their STOCK OF TAPESTRY, Brussels', 4-4ths Kidderminster, ts, Rugs, Printed and Plaid Druggets, &c., in great variety, being the largest and best iding, and which they are now offering at such Prices as cannot fail to give every satisfac-

RUGS MADE TO ORDER ON THE SHORTEST NOTICE, FUNERALS COMPLETELY FURNISHED, AND EVERY ARTICLE OF FAMILY MOURNING ALWAYS

ON HAND.

y, Cashmeres, ' Barege, &c.,&c, + FIELD, pts, where he has t 3

J. E. reap to themselves selling by they than firmly upon th Has, howe the last three y not fully aware ' evidence at the same time apal and takes this portuni ity te announce that he is now almost daily teociving parcels of the extensive purchases t factured expressly for him by the most eminent makers. he bene sate enon invites competition with any house in the kingdom. His list of prices © 2 3s, 6d., 48. 6d., 5s. 6d., 63. 6d., : SUPER QUALITIES fot whet fe 8 'ANCIES he knows we vom -J. E. EAGLETON, Hatter, Also the EXTRA

15s., and 16s. Obser¥e the Address, A the sign of the " GOLDEN Hat.

THE HAT TRADE

department of trade.

steam too ; and others HATS! HATS!?!

J. E. EAGLETON, HATTER, 20, CROSS-CHURCH-STREET, HUDDERSFIELD, takes this ver, pleasure in thanking the gentry, (Suceessor to Messrs. Denton & Bayylpon,)

7s., 73. 6d., 8s. 83. 6d., 9s., 9s. 6d., 103. 1

stands unrivalled in variety and beauty, _

IN. HUDDERSFIELD.

i Huddersfield to stand unrivalled in the exhibition of acts of folly in this particular ee The season has again disclosed the extravagencies of monn who fondiy eg di y advantages. Some are manufacturing by steam alene, and for aug! ot nore ae so far displaying the weakness of their intellect as to assure the public how much k them for the very marked distinction awarded them above all, and that they are really planting their feet e unfortunate necks of others in the trade, by sv far outstripping them in cheapness as to leave them at such a hopeless distance as cannot be measured.

merchants, and working classes generally, for the support he has received ears in the above establishment. He has not rightly estimated the character of Yorkshiremen if they are that those are able to sell the: best and cheapest goods who sustain their credit in the market, and give by their general conduct that they possess sound capability of judgment when, and where, For beauty, does a large trade (which are not usually kept by hatters,) at 18s., 14s., No. 20, Cross-church-street, near the re thereby to

'we Can tell, style, and quality, are — i Is, and 12s.

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Corner of King-street, pattern manship

. -. MARBLE AND STO MUMLERS and CO.

every description of the cannot be 'surpassed.

at similar prices SHOW ROOMS AND WORKS, STANLEY-STREE.

solicit an: inspect. best For d _ Being the. only 'im pdwantogee of the best machinery, on hand from £1 to £100 each.

oreign avid Briti they are enabled to offer their stock at very low prices. Marble T, NBAR THE NEW BAILEY, SALIO2D, NE CHIMNEY PIECES, MONUMENTS, TOMBS, BATHS, ke. wspection of their extensive STOCK of CHIMNEY PIECES, in British Marble, which for elegance of design and exgellence of workrters of marble in this part of the cumin arble Baths, Monuments, Tombs, Washstands, Table Tops, &e., made to any having all the Chimney Pieces Decanters, Claret and Water J

ME. LANCASTER begs respectfully to inform upen at the time of Sale, and subject to such Conditions as_ shall 'be ther and there produced, James Wright, Glass and removal te more eligible Premises, all his No. 8, MARKET PLACE, HUDDERSFIELD.

IMPORTANT AND' EXTENSIVE SALE OF

RICH AND VALUABLE CHINA, Dinner, Dessert, Tea, and Breakfast Services, Chimney Ornaments, richly gilt Dresden Vases, . endless variety of useful Articles, for the requirements of a large or smail Establisi TO THE LADIES, CLERGY, GENTR Y¥, HOTEL KEEPERS, AND INHABITANTS OF HUDDERSFIELD AND 'ITS SURROUNDING NEIGHBOURHOOD, 2

Y ALTER BRADLEY respectfully makes known, that he is favoured with instructions from Ms. China Dealer, 8, Market Place, Huddersfield, TION, upon the said Premises, to commence on MONDAY, the 6th of May, Hall Lamps, and an ent.

to DISPOSE. of by PUBLIC AUG and following days, previous to his RICH AND VALUABLE STOCK OF GLASS AND CHINA, Gold ; Toilette Sets, rich Gilt Tea and Breakfast Catalogues are in reparation, and will be ready a Week Auctioneer ; or at Mt.

Consisting .of Dresen Vases, Scent Jars, Inkstands, .and Raised Flower Card Baskets, Rich Cut. Lustree, sets of Vases, suitable for the Drawing or Dining Room, Toilette Trays, &c. ; Dessert Sets, Gilt Dinner Sets, and Binner Sets withous Services, Sets of Toilette Ornaments ; Rich Cut Decanters, Hot , Goblets, Cut Wine Glasses and Tumblers, Wine Coolers, Cut Glass Dishes, Water Bottles, Glass Sugar Basins and Butter Coolers, Custard and Jelly Glasses, Moulded Glass Sugar Basins and Cream Jugs. Sale to commence each 'day at Eleven o'clock in the Morning, and at Six in the Evening.

rior to the Sale, and may be obtained at the Ofice of the Right's, by remitting Four Postage Stamps, will have one forwarded per return.

The Show Rooms will be open two days for inspection previous to.the Sale, from Ten to Four o'clock.

The attention of Parties is respectfully invited to this Sale, SCRIBBLING MACHINERY FOR SALE, AT HEPWORTH, NEAR HOLMFIRTH.

T° be SOLD by AUCTION, by Mr. THORNTON, on THURSDAY, the 9th of May, 1850, by order of the Trustees under a Deed of Assignment, on the pre4 mises of Mr. Henry Hinchcliff, of Doctor Mitt, Hepworth, comprising Three BILLYS, Three CARDERS, Three SCRIBBLERS, and One WILLOW.

Also, all the HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, FARMING STOCK, &c.

Particulars in next weck's paper.

TO ALE AND PORTER BREWERS, INNKEEPERS, _ &e.

the public, that he has received instructions from the Trustees of Mr. 'Thomas Wilson's Estate, to Advertise for SALE BY PUBLIC AUCTION, early in the Month of May next, all the Valuable BREWERY PLANT, FIX-| TURES, and UTENSILS, Casks, Carriages, Horses, Carts, Waggons, Hay, &c., on the premises at Birkby Brewery, near Huddersfield, in the County of York, of which a more detailed account will be given in a future Advertisement. Further particulars may be had of Mr. F. TURNER, Commission Agent, or Mr. LANCASTER, Atctienecr.

mc VALUABLE FREEHOLD ESTATE, AZ HILL TOP, IN GOLCAR, IN THE PARISH OF HUDDERSFIELD. be SOLD by AUCTION, by Mr. LAN-| CASTER, at the House of Mr. James Hall, Rose and Crown Inn, Golcar Hill, on WEDNESDAY, the Sth day of May, 1850, at Six o'clock in the Evening precisely, ; in the following, or such other Lots, as may be agreed Lot 1. — All that Newly-erected MESSUAGE, or DWELLING-HOUSE, with the Barn, Stable, and Mistal, Dyehouse, Reservoir, Yard, andGarden thereto belonging, situate at Hill Top, in Golcar aforesaid, with the following Closes ot LAND adjoining the Homestead, and now in the several occupations of William Taylor and James Cotton, viz. : — West Field, Far Brink, Near Brink, with Stone Quarry and oir for Soft Water, The Johnny Bank +i 2 Shee D° poLteinipe: Loscether

it being particularly deserving of notice.

N.B AN EXPERIENCED PACKER WILL BE IN ATTENDANCE. Auctioneer's Office, 13, Cross Church Street, Huddersfield.

TO WOOLLEN CLOTH MERCHANTS AND OTHERS.

IMPORTANT SALE OF BROAD AND NARROW SUPERFINE CLOTHS, AT HUDDERSFIELD, REMOVED FOR CONVENIENCE OF 6aALE. R. B. THORNTON is instructed to SELI: by AUCTION, on Frivay, the 3rd day of May, 1850, in the large usual Sale Room, at the WHITE Harz Ixn, Cloth Hall Street, Huddersfield, about two minutes' walk from the Railway Station, Upwards of 200 Pieces of Broad and Narrow WOOLLEN CLOTHS, of the newest patterns, and first-rate quality, suitable for the coming season, viz. — Steel Mixtures, Drab Kerseys, Plaids, Stripes, Browns, Olives, Blac': and White Doeskins, Hairlines, Buckskins, Wool-dyod Black Superfines, &e. &c. .

Refreshments for buyers at 12 oclock.

Sale to commence at Half-past 10 o'clock in the Forenoon.

Catalogues may be had at the Auctioneer's Office, 32, New Street, Huddersfield, on Thursday noxt.

FIRST CLASS WOOLLEN MACHINERY, OF THE MOST COSTLY DESCRIPTION, FOR POSITIVE AND UNRESERVED SALE AT FOLLY HALL MILLS, HUDDERSFIELD. T° be SOLD by AUCTION, by Mr. THORN-

TON, on Monday NEXT, the 29th of April, 1850, (by order of tke T'rustees under a Deed of Assignment, execu-

ted by Godirey Berry, the younger,) at Forty Halt Mitis aforesaid, the following very valuable SCRIBBLING

MACHINERY, nearly new, comprising —

In_the First Room in Kaye's New Factory — One 75 spindled Billy, Mr. Richard Haigh maker, One 32 inch Carder, Mr. John Haigh, maker, Straps for ditto, One 5 feet Scribbler, Mr. John Haigh, maker, 42 feet of 13 inch Counter Shaft, with six hangers and four drums ; One Desk

"ith three drawers, cne slide rest, one bobbin wheel, warp-

ing woof and creel.

SECOND Room. — Large Beam and Scales ; One 60 spindled Billy, Mr. Burton, of Ossett, maker ; One 32 inch Carder; One 60 inch Scribbler; One 60 ihch Sertbbler nearly new.

THIRD Room. — One Grinding Machine, one extra new

swift, 2ft. 3in. diameter, 2it. 8in. wide ; One pair of Mutes, 600 spindles, by Messrs. Schegeld, Cookson, and Ce., 1 ;

Lot 2. — All that MESSUAGE or DWELLING-HOUSE, now occupied as two Houses, with the Out-kitchen and Dyehouse, Barn, Stable, Mistal, and Yard, situate at Hill Top aforesaid, and the following Closes of LAND. adjoining the Homestead, and in the several occupations of James Cotton and William Taylor, or their Undertenants, viz, : — Stone Pit Field, Spout Field, Tenter Croit, Laith (Croft, and Shrogg, containing together with the sites of the Buildings, 6a. 1R. 5p.

Lot 3. — All that Close of Excellent Meadow LAND, called the Cow Pits, situate at Hill Top aforesaid, in the occupation of James Cotton, containing 1a. 2R. 19P.

Lot 4. — All those FOUR COTTAGES, situate at Hill Top aforesaid, now in the several occupations of Ely Dyson, Joshua Vrowther, James Cock, and one empty, and the following Closes of LAND adjoining the Buildings, and in the occupation of James Cotton, viz. : — The Orchard Creft, and the Brink, containing together with the Site of the Buildings, 3a. In. 13P.

The above desirable and very valuable Property is mos: conveniently situated for occupation, being intersected by the Huddersfield Section of the London and North Western Railway, and within ten minutes' walk of Slaithwaite and Golcar Stations. It is bounded on the South by the Huddersfield Canal'; and the Estate contains valuable Beds of Stonesuitable for Building purposes, a Quarry being now open and recently in operation. There are several copious and unfailing Spring of excellent soft Water in the Estate.

Two-thirds of the Purchase Moncy may renin on security of the premises if required.

A Plan of the Estate, as divided into Lots, may be seen at the place of Sale, and further information may be had, on application to Mr. Epward WATERHUUSE. of Lindley Mr. CROWTHER, Surveyor ; the AUCTIONEER ; and at the Offices of Mr. PARKER, Solicitor, Huddersfield.

Buns.

x DALTON, NEAR HUDDERSFIELD. TO DYERS AND OTHERS.

O be SOLD by AUCTION, by Mr. LAN-

CASTER, at the House of Mr. Thomas Kaye, the Star Inn, Bripge END, near Huddersfield, on Friday, the 10th day of May, 1850, at Six o'clock in the evening precisely, subject to such conditions of sale as shall be then and there produced, all that capital well-built DYEHOUSE, DRYING STOVE, DRUG ROOM, and other Erections and Buildings necessary and suitable for carrying on the business of a Dyer, situate at Dalton, near Huddersfield aforesaid, and heretofore in the oecupation of the late Jantes Fearnhead, deceased, but since in the ogcupation of. Messrs...a, and J. Holroyd; tdgether with the Steamengine, Boilers, Mills, Machines, Ceppers, Pans, Cisterns, Vats, Piping, Shafting, Going-gear, and Fixtuyes, and a large quantity of other 'Articles, Utensils, and Effects, situate in or about the said dyeing House and premises, and which comprise everything suitable for dyeing purposes.

'Also all that Close or Parcel of LAND or BUILDING GROUND adjoining, and heretofore occupied, along with the said Dyehouse and Premises, together with the capacious RESERVOIR constructed thereon, and which said parcel of Land contains, with the site of the said Buildings and Reservoir, 3 roods, 37 perches, and 27 square yards, or thereabouts. 4

The above premises are situate about two miles from Huddersfield, adjoming the highway, at Dalton aforesaid ; are in excellent repair, furnished-with a never-failing supply of excellent water for dyeing purposes, and may be enlarged to any desirable extent. The machinery and dyeing apparatus also comprise all the mest recent improvements, and the premises are conveniently situate for carrying on an extensive business:in the Huddersticld, Bradford, and Halifax markets, and in the adjoining villages and districts.

The premises are held upon a lease for 999 years, recontly created, and subject only to a small anhual ground rent. . = For further particulars, and to view the to Mr. Isaac Robson, grocer, King Street, or at the offices of Messrs. W.& T. W. CLOUGH, __ oO . Solicitors, Hudde:sfield, 14, New Street, Huddersfield premises, apply Huddersfield ;

MANCHESTER.

April 19th, 1850.

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'IMPORTANT SALE OF PLAN T,

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re ctra Beams ratto ; £0 c obb ms, Zt Shuttles, 18 sets ef Healds and Slays, 21 Reeds for ditto.

Fourrh Room. — One Winding Reel, baioon and beaming frame ; One pair ef Mules, 600 spindles, by Schofield, Cookson, and Co., ncarly new ; One Mule, 500 'spindles, by ditto, nearly new.

Countting Hovust. — Mahogany Desk, with two tiers of drawers and Bcok Rack ; two Buffets, one Book Cupboard, pair of Standard Seales and Weights, Cash Box, 30 lbs. of Catton Banding, two sets of new Healds, seven rows of new Cards, 105 feet of Fancy Cards, seven rows of 32} inches by 5 and one-eighth inches, 115 Last Fancys, nine rows U0 inches by 4} inches, a quantity of First Swift Stripers, 17 yards of Cloth, three Directories, sundry Materials.

WAREHOUSE — Square Table with two drawers, Wood Perch, two Cloth Scrays, Burling Table, two hampers of Cotton Waste, Three Windsor Chairs, 18 square Baskets, 17 large Skips, pair of Iron Hooks, one Weighing Machine and Weights, Sorting Hurl, Sizing Tub and Frame, Kits, Tubs, Cans, Forms, Slide Rest, Desk and Butfet, Rools of Filleting Cards for Grinding Machine. .

SUNDR&IES. — One Tenter Hook Willow, Strap for ditto, one extra Strap. sinall Hank Reel, two pairs of small Scales, large Beam and Scales, large and sinall Weights, two German Clocks, three Oil Cisterns, Oil Pump, Oi] Cans and Measures, Oil Barrels, the whole of the Gas Fipes, Bench ans Vice, a quantity of new Pickers, Sundry Tools. .

Sale to commence at Half-past Ten o'clock in the Forenoon, The AUCTIONEER ventures to affirm that the above Machinery is second to none in the West Riding of Yorkshire; the bulk of it is nearly new, and by justly eclebrated makers, and the whole will be Sold without any reserve. The whole may he seen during working hours by applying to John Best, on the premises. .

Catalogues will ba ready this morning (Saturday), and may be had by applying at the Auctioneer's Office, 32, New Street. Huddersfie'd.

MILLS, MACHINERY,, STEAM BOILER, PRESSES, &c., . AT CALDER DYE-WORKS, WAKEFIELD, R. BECKET begs to announce that, in consequence of the above premises having been purchased for a Seap Manusistory, he has received instructions from e proprietor, to SE y AUCTION, on Moxy ie 6th of May, 1850, at, the 'he -valuable PLANT, MATERIALS, ond othe EFFECTS used in that extensive establishment, coma, prising twe valuable waggon-shaped 30 horse Steam-boilers, with valves, feod-pipes, and ttings ; twenty excellent Iron Vats, 6 feet diameter and 7 feet deep, with copper ipes and taps complete ; four Whitty's patent S achines, with 4 feet and 8 feet plates, cast iron standards &e.; Dash Wheel, 7 fect 2 inches in diameter, with stan. dards and carriages ; three superior Double, and two Single Crabbing Machines, with iron frames; Levers, Rolling Gear Shafts, and Piping ; six Washing Machines, with rollers and iron framing; two large Drying Machines, with 18 cylinders, 6 feet long, 3 feet diameter; Steam Box, Shafting, and Going Gear; four capital Indigo Mills, with shafts wheels, and fixings ; one eylinder Lag Mill, with rollers one Lac Dressing Machine, with wheels and gearing ; pair of upright Grip Stones, 7 fect diameter, 16 inches thie. with cast iron plate, shafts, wheels, and gear, Dvewood Rasping Mill, with 36 inch barrel, knives and traverse gearing, large grindstone, with stone cistern, and driving pulleys. Twenty-two excellent SCREW PRESSES, with pl ates and ovens complete: Forty LARGE STONE Cis. ERNS, with standards, valves, and ce per Pipes Tron Trammels ; Wood Rollers ; large Lron inches ; Knes of wrought-Iron Shafting, with conical, 'spurr, and bevel Wheels, carriages, &e, ; Copper Syphons ; larpe quantity of Tron Steam-pipes, with valves and cocks ; wrought-I and Lead Boilers: [ isterns + ave "Heres l ; tron Cisterns ; Wood Scrays, Horses Packing Tables, and various other Effects, , may De Inspected three days prior to the Sal ; descriptive Catalogues had at the Mereury and tea cane eet tie Roandien. Office, Manchester ; the Ue, Dradiord ; the Chronicle OFF field ; and of ee Auctioneer, Wakefield. Ofice, Huddersfield; > pole to commence precisely at Eleven o'clock. N.B. — The Dye Works adjoin the Calder and Hebtle Navigation, and the turnpike read, and being within five minutes' walk of the Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway, Goods Station, affords a ready transit to all parts of thg om. Wakefield, April 20, 1850.


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