Title: The Melbourne Advertiser, Port Phillip
Date: January 8th 1838.
Accession Number: MS13486
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From one to 30 good usefull
Horses the greater number of
these animals are quiet Saddle
Horses and will Carry a Lady
Enquire at the Office of this Paper
From 100 to 2000 feet of good Cedar
at 6 pence per foot 20,000 Shingles
at 20/ per 1000 Window Sills of
Sydney Stone and large size
worked or rough. 2000 5 feet split
Paling for sale of V D Land
manufacture at 12/ per 100
they are ready for delivery orders
on V D Land will be taken in
payment of the above
John. P. Fawkner
Port Phillip Packet
This fine fast sailing Cutter
will be kept as a regular Tra
der between this Port and Laun
ceston Carries from 30 to 40
Bales of Wool and is con=
fidently expected to arrive at
this Port on the tenth
For particulars Enquire of
Captain Akers
January the 1st 1838
On Sale
A quantity of Superior New
Zealand Pine in Log and in flooring
Boards Apply to
Mr Horatio Cooper Melbourne
or to Mr Hugh McLean
Williams Town
The undersigned has for Sale
at his Stores the following goods
to which he begs to Call the
attention of the Public
Flour - Tea - Sugar
Tobacco Brazil & Negrohead
Tobacco Stems - Pork - Cheese &
Potatoes - Rice - Oats Oatmeal
Spices - Raisins - Chothing of
every discription. Boots Stock=
keepers light and Strong Wellington
& Shoes Gentlemens Superior
Riding Coats
Wines - Port - Sherry - Claret
Sicilian Red and White
Cape - &c - &c
Spirits Brandy Rum & Gin in
Case. Highland Whisky
Bottle Ale & Porter Burton
and Ashlys in Hhds and
Sheep Wash Turpentine
Linseed Oil Paints
and Window Glass
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