Valuable freehold premises in Holly Street and Holly Lane to be sold by auction, by Messrs W. H. and J. A. Eadon at their auction mart, St James’ Street, Sheffield, on Thursday, October 20, 1870 at four o’clock in the afternoon,
by order of the Devisees in Trust under the will of the elate Mr Joseph Bendelow, subject to the conditions of sale -
the public House with the yard and outbuildings thereto, known by the sign of The Jolly Bacchus. Situate in Holly Lane, Sheffield, in the occupation of Messrs Williams Greaves and Co., or their undertenants, as yearly tenants;
and eight messuages or tenements, with a warehouse and other buildings, two of the houses being used as retail shops, and fronting to and being Nos 34 and 38 in Holly Street, Sheffield, and in the respective occupations of Messrs Wood and Furguson, and the others being in the yard behind, and in the respective occupations of Messrs Fowler, Osborn, Underwood, and Large, and comprising the premises whereon the late Mr Joseph Bendelow carried on for many years the business of a plasterer and whitewasher.
The site of the whole of the premises, which extend from Holly Street to Holly Lane, contains 482 superficial square yards or thereabouts.
Further particulars may be obtained from the auctioneers; or from Messrs Brown and Son, solicitors, 1 St James Street, Sheffield.
J. M. Jubb, Printer, Prior Court, High Street, Sheffield.
Dimensions: approx 50 x 75 cm.
Original at Sheffield Local Studies Library: MP 439 VL.