In order to finalise the estate of my 4th Great Aunt Tamar Twemlow nee Guymer an auction was arranged to dispose of a cottage that she had in Victoria Parade, Goulburn. Another post of mine involving Tamar can be found here.
Source:Advertising (1925, April 18). Goulburn Evening Penny Post (NSW : 1881 - 1940), p. 6 (EVENING). Retrieved from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article102753055
FRIDAY, 1ST MAY, 1924,
At 3 p.m. sharp.
R.D. GRAY AND SONS
Will sell by auction,
At Their Rooms, 370 Auburn-street,
THE FOLLOWING TOWN PROPERTIES:
1. PROPERTY NOW OCCUPIED BY A. LANSDOWNE AND SON as Florist's Shop and Residence, situated in Auburn-street, having frontage 24ft, 6in. and depth 330ft., lane at rear. The buildings are substantial and well built of brick ; six rooms, lobby, bathroom, and large balcony upstairs ; two rooms, kitchen, large shop with double windows, hall, with independent entrance off Auburn-street, laundry, etc., downstairs; also sheds, etc., electric light connected. It is situated in one of the best business positions in the city, and this is the chance of a lifetime to secure a good up-to-date shop. This property is on the market to settle up the estate.
2. Account Mr. F. Proctor; VACANT LAND IN OPAL ST., frontage 55ft., depth 132.; paling fenced and is a choice building block.
3. Under instructions from Exec. Estate of the late Mrs. Tamar Twemlow ; W.B. COTTAGE IN VICTORIA PARADE, containing four rooms and kitchen and all other necessary conveniences; land, 44 x 99. Will be sold very cheaply, and a small deposit is all that is necessary to purchase it. This property is being sold to finalise the estate.
4. VACANT LAND IN SHEPHERD-STREET, having frontage of 49ft. by depth 230ft. An ideal building site ; new cottages being erected all round it; and this land will be sold very cheaply.
TERMS arranged on all these properties. Inspection at any time, and fuller particulars from the auctioneers.