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Disposal of Cooney Creek Hotel buildings.

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Daily Observer (Tamworth, NSW), Friday 25 January 1918



CHAS. WILSON and CO. (for Mr. R. J. Mulligan) will receive Tenders, up to Wednesday, 30th January, for the Purchase and Removal of the Buildings at Cooney Creek, on road between Armidale and Hillgrove.

No. 1. — All the Building Materials, Roofing, Iron, etc., in the Main Buildings of the late Cooney Creek Hotel, which contained 10 rooms, built of hardwood, weatherboards, with iron roof, lined with pine and hardwood floors, with windows, doors, brick chimneys, etc., together with the detached kitchen, covered with iron.

No. 2. — The Building of the large Public Hall, 30 x 20, constructed of hardwood, covered with iron.

No. 3. — The Building of Stables, Feedroom, and Cartshed, all built of wood, with roofs of iron, with loft, floor, etc.

Mr. Mulligan has decided to dispose of these Buildings by Tender, which close with us on January 30.


Auctioneers, Armidale.

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June 7, 2013 at 8:57 am

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