Dublin Daily Express, 14 November 1888

Court of Bankruptcy, Ireland

In Bankruptcy

In the matter of Timothy Corley, Draper and Grocer, Swineford, County Mayo, a Bankrupt.

Sale by tender.

The Assignee invite tenders for the stock in this matter, taken as near as possible at Cost Price, amounted to

About £900 11s 2d

Consisting of the following lots, viz:-


  1. Coatings, Tweeds, Friezes, Cords, Moleskins, Hats and Caps £114 12 7
  2. Dresses, Cashmeres, Wisowys, Shirting, prints, shawls, mantles 327 13 9
  3. Blankets, quilts, flannels, tickets, linens, gray and white calicos and muslins 216 4 6
  4. Shirts, Hose, ties, cuffs, collars, skirts, gloves 52 12 1
  5. Millinery, Flowers, Feathers, Ribbons, Laces, Furs and silks 93 17 11
  6. Haberdashery 79 19 4
  7. Sewing machines 5 10 0

£900 11 2

The stock is in good condition, and may be viewed on the Bankrupt’s premises at Swineford, where the stock list can also be inspected, from Thursday, 15th instant, to Thursday, the 22nd instant, between the hours of ten o’clock am and four o’clock, pm, daily.

Sealed tenders, endorsed “Tender for Stock in the matter of Timothy Corley, a Bankrupt” and addressed to Alex Knox McEntire, Official Assignee, No 15 Merchant’s Quay, Dublin, will be received up to Thursday the 22nd instant, when they will be opened at the hours of one o’clock pm in presence of parties attending, the highest tender will be submitted to the Court for approval.

The purchaser, on being declared, must lodge at once one fourth of the purchase money, in cash, with the Official Assignees, and the balance before the stock is removed, which must be within four days from the date of Tender being approaved of, and at purchaser’s expense.

NB – Parties tendering are particularly request not to omit sealing their letters, and writing the words “Tender for Stock” on the outside of the envelope.


15 Merchant’s Quay, Dublin

Richard Davoren, Esq, Dame Street, Dublin, Agent for the Bankruptcy

Dublin 13th November 1888.