Title: The Melbourne Advertiser, Port Phillip
Date: January [1st] 1838.
Accession Number: MS13486
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on the 17th of December inst
Between Melbourne and the
Ford of the Salt water river, a
Ladys handsome gold Ear Drop,
whoever will bring the lost Ear
ring to the office of this Paper
Shall be handsomely Rewarded.
27 Decr. 37.
A good serviceable Cart
For reference aplly to
This office. Decr 27 / 37
For Sale
Fit for Breeding or for the
Butcher Twenty Choice Pigs.
Apply At J. P. Fawkners.
on Sale.
250 Head of prime Cattle,
these are adapted for Breeding
being [Note: choice] Stock, a part are fit for
the Supply daily required by the
Butcher. - For reference
Enquire of J. P. Fawkner
From one to 30 good useful
Horses the greater part of these
usful animals are quiet sad
dle Horses and will Carry a Lady
Enquire at the office of this Paper
Notice from 100 to 2,000 ft of
good Cedar a 6d per ft, 20,000 Shin
gles at 20/ per 1,000
Window Cills of Sydney
Stone and large size [Note: Cut and] uncut.
200 five ft paling for sale
at 12/ per 100 They are of
V D Land manufacture
and are ready for delivery,
Orders on V D Land will be
taken in payment of the
above timber and Stone by
J. P. Fawkner.
Port Phillip Packet
This fine fast sailing Cutter,
will be kept as a regular Trader
Between this Port and Launceston
Carries from 30 to 40 Bales
of Wool, and is confidently
expected to arrive at this
Port on the 10th inst, For
Particulars Enquire of
Captn Akers.
Jany 1st 1838
Wanted by the Commercial
World at Williams Town and
Melbourne; about 40 Beacons,
good Tea Tree Stakes would
Answer To mark the Chan
nel from the outer Anchor
age to this Town whoever will
perform this service will be
entitled to the thanks of the
On Sale A quantity of very
Superior New Zealand pine in
Log and Floring Boards
Apply to Mr Horatio Cooper

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