TUESDAY, 8th FEBRUARY, AT 11 O’CLOCK.
Under Instructions from J. Compton, Esq.
SALE BY AUCTION, ON THE PREMISES, OF VALUABLE FARMING
PROPERTY, HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, PIANO, 70 HEAD OF CATTLE,
HORSES, FARM IMPLEMENTS, SULKY, FOWLS, &c.
THAT CHARMING FARM PROPERTY, May Orchard, situated on Paradise road, Cooper’s Plains, formerly known as the property of tho late Dr. Lucas, of papaw fame, 403 acres of splendid land, rich light brown loamy soil. It is a corner block, high, healthy position, having a long frontage to main and side roads. Fenced, permanent water, nearly all cleared and partly cultivated, having u large number of fruit trees.
IMPROVEMENTS : Splendid House, living-room, three bedrooms, kitchen and breakfast-room combined, storeroom, verandas round, tanks, garden, chaiff-shed, bails, and stable.
TERMS : Half cash, balance rent.
6 Cows, in full profit, 3 newly calved.
30 Forward and Backward Springers.
20 Heifers, good grades, 1 to 3 years.
8 Steers, 2 to 3 years, almost ready for butcher.
2 Dry Cows.
6 Horses, 2 First-class Lorry Horses.
SULKY AND HARNESS, FARM IMPLEMENTS, BLOCK DRAY, S.H. TIMBER, &c.
Cattle to be sold at 12.30 o’clock and trucked free of charge.
Train leaves Melbourne street at 9 and 11 a.m. TUESDAY
Drag will meet two trains at Cooper’s Plains Station to conduct buyers to Sale.
LIGHT LUNCHEON PROVIDED.
JOHN TRITTON, Ltd., Auctioneers
173 ELIZABETH STREET.
From The Telegraph Saturday Evening, 6 February 1921, page 15.
Image: Lucas Pawpaw Ointment Advertisement, c. 1921, Coopers Plains Heritage Collection, Coopers Plains Library, Brisbane City Council (BCC-B120-30692).