Public Auction Sale Attractive Tumut Property
The Sydney Morning Herald
2 March 1951
Saturday, 10th March, 1951,
At 12 Noon at Downing's "Central Salerooms"
Estate Allan J. Downing, acting under instructions from Mrs. Ellen Thom, will sell by public auction as above property known at "Killarney," comprising 200 acres of freehold land situated on Gilmore Creek surrounding Gilmore Railway Siding, and being Portions 200, 202. 149 and 150, Parish of Tumut, County of Wynyard. "Killarney"
Is in the rich Gilmore Valley, and only 3 miles from Tumut trucking yards, Butter Factory and Sale Yards, quarter-mile from Gilmore Store and Post Office.
Vacant Possession at end of present leases, which expire on 30th June, 1951.
For further particulars and arrangements to inspect apply to: Downing's Estate Office, Tumut, or 'Phone 48 Tumut.
Jack Thom, Vendor's Solicitor, 350 George Street, Sydney.