From the Deal, Walmer, and Sandwich Mercury,
6 March, 1869. 1d.
SALE OF PROPERTY
On Monday last, Mr. Hayward, of Dover, submitted for sale, at the
"Black Horse Hotel," Lower Street, the following property in six lots.
Lot 1: A capital brewery, situate at the North-end of Deal, for many
years carried on by the late Mr. Thomas Hight, comprising brewery and
cooling floors, fermenting and vat rooms, stores and counting-house,
excellent stabling and waggon-lodges, together with the right to use the
quay in front of the premises; purchased by Mr. Hatton for £200.
Lot 2: A convenient dwelling-house, situate near the brewery and
known as "Sea Beach Cottage." It contains two sitting-rooms, kitchen,
and three bedrooms, and is at present in the occupation of Mr. T. T.
Hight; knocked down to the same gentleman for £54.
Lot 3: A capital public-house situate at Beach Street, known as the
"North Star," containing tap-room, kitchen, club-room, two bedrooms, and
cellar, with yard behind; purchased by Mr. Brown, for £175.
Lot 4: The water-works situate in West Street, containing an
excellent well of water, with pipes laid on to the tank at the top of
the brewery, was also bought by Mr. Brown, for £133.
Lot 5: A store adjoining the brewery, with quay in front; not sold.
Lot 6: a freehold house, No. 70, Lower Street; bought by Mr. R.
Wildes, of £96.
Lots 1, 2, 3 and 5 are held under leases which expire in a very few
years. There was a tolerably good attendance, but competition was not