21: Lowes Bakery

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From "The Ballarat Star" November 12, 1873.



At Two o'clock,

At the Stag Hotel, Lake Learmonth.





Situate High Street, in the Township of Learmonth;

With the Goodwill of the Business.


By order of Mr THOMAS LOWE, in consequence of his going

into Farming Pursuits.


R. TUNBRIDGE and CO., under instructions from T. Lowe Esc, will

SELL by PUBLIC AUCTION, on Wednesday, 12th November, at Two o'clock,

at the Stag Hotel, Lake Learmonh, immediately after the sale of

Mr Rob't Stewart's Farm.

2 acres of LAND in the township of Learmonth, having three handsome frontages,

upon which is erected Store and Bakery, containing shop 22 x 16, with fixtures

complete, storeroom built of brick, 21 x 13: 1 brick built bakehouse - oven for wood,

1 wooden bakehouse with furnace oven, dining-room, mens-room, 2 bed-rooms, - the

whole verandered in ?????; also, 4-stalled stable with loft, 2 cart horses, one chaff

and harness-room, pisseries &c.

About a quarter of an acre of the land is laid out as a fruit and vegetable garden,

a paddock with lucerne; and there is also a splendid supply of water all year round.

N.B. -To parties in search of an opening to go into business this sale affords a

splendidoppertunity, as Mr Lowe has been baking at the rate of two tons of flour

per week, and also doing a very good trade in groceries and general goods.


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