p.3 Propellor Armenia For Sale By Public Auction
Under and by virtue of a power of sale contained in an Indenture of Mortgage made by the late John Malcomson, of Hamilton, deceased, dated the twenty-ninth day of September, A.D., 1874, and which will be produced at the time of sale, there will be sold by Public Auction, on Wednesday, 20th day of February next ensuing, at 12 o'clock noon, by John Alanson, Auctioneer, at Malcomson's wharf, in the city of Hamilton, the well known propellor Armenia, of Hamilton, belonging to the estate of the late John Malcomson, Esquire, deceased, together with all and singular the masts, sails, standing and running rigging, ropes, cables, anchors, boats, and oars, tackle, engines, boilers, machinery, apparel, furniture, and appurtenances, to the said Propellor belonging.
The said vessel is of the full size of Welland Canal locks.
The first bid for said Propellor must not be less than Six Thousand Dollars, being about the amount of the said mortgage and interest, or said bid will not be taken.
The purchaser will be required to pay down, at the time of sale, ten per cent of the purchase money, and the balance of said purchase money within one month from the day of sale to the vendor's solicitors.
Further particulars may be had on application to the vendor's solicitors, or to Captain Fairgrieve, or John C. Kemp of Hamilton.
Mackelcan, Gibson & Bell, Vendor's Solicitors.
Hamilton, 19th January, A.D., 1878.