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Town of Millstreet
Valuable and Attractive Investment
Highly important Auction
of a substantial
Independent Licensed Premises
Held free of any rent forever.
CORS, C CROWLEY has been favoured with instructions from Miss Hanorah O’Keeffe, to Sell by Public Auction on the Premises, on FRIDAY, 5th day of MAY, 1916, at the Hour of One o’Clock, the Old Established three-storey Licensed premises, situated in the Main Street, in the most important centre in the flourishing and progressive Town of Millstreet, where monthly Fairs and weekly Markets are held superior to any in the South of Ireland.
The House has a commanding appearance, with a splendid Frontage. The Bar and Grocery Counters on entrance have Snug and Sitting-room attached, together with neat Kitchen and Scullery, Parlour and Bedrooms on second and third floors. There are some very splendid out-offices attached to the premises, and at the extreme rear there is a newly built lovely Two-storey slated House fit for any useful purpose.
A Water Supply, together with all the accommodation necessary for a nice and comfortable home are attached to the premises. The Auctioneer wishes to direct very special attention to this rare opportunity of acquiring, Free of Rent for Ever, a splendid and suitable House and Premises, to any person wishing a nice and comfortable home. Immediately after the Sale of tho Premises, the Stock-in-Trade will be disposed of, and the Furniture which comprises a very old Antiquo Mahogany Suite (6 Chairs, 2 Easy and Lounge). 6 very Ancient Steel Engraved Pictures, Inlaid Mahogany Side-board and Wardrobe, Telescope, Mahogany Table, Lounge, Over-mantle, Fender and Fire Irons, and several Articles too numerous to mention.
Sale on the Premises at 1 o’clock. Immediate Possession will be given.
For further Particulars apply to
CORS. C. CROWLEY, Auctioneer and Valuer, Millstreet; or to H. H. BARRY AND SON, Solicitors, Kanturk, having carriage of sale. (Cork Examiner April 29th 1916)
High Price for Licensed Premises.
Mr Cornelius C.Crowley, auctioneer and valuer, Millstreet, put up for sale by public auction the licensed premises of Miss Hanoria O’Keeffe, situated in the Main Street of one of the oldest licensed premises in the town of Millstreet. A large number of persons attended the sale, and the bidding was both fast and spirited, and after keen competition was struck down at the fine price of £805 and auctioneer’s fees to Mr John J.Lenahan, solr, Kanturk, who purchased on behalf of Mr D. Tagney, J.P. Millstreet. Messrs H. H. Barry and Son, solrs, Kanturk, had carriage of sale. (Cork Examiner May 13th 1916)