Title: The Melbourne Advertiser, Port Phillip
Date: January 29th 1838.
Accession Number: MS13486
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The undersigned
has for Sale at his Stores
the following goods to which
he begs to call the Public attention
Flour - Tea - Sugar
Tobacco Brazil & Negrohead
Tobacco - Stems - Pork - Cheese
Potatoes - Rice - Oats - Oatmeal
Spices - Raisins Clothing of
of every discription Boots
Stock Keepers light and Strong
Wellington 1 Shoes Gentlemens
Superior Riding Coats
Wines - Port - Sherry - Claret
Sicilian Red an white
Cape &c &c
Spirits - Brandy Rum & Gin
in cases Highland Whisky
Bottle Ale and Porter Burton
and Ashlys in Hoggs heads and
Barrels - Sheep wash Turpentine
Linseed oil Paints
Window Glass Timber of every
dis cription well Seasoned from
Hobart and Launceston New
Zealand Pine
Nails - Batten - Shingle & Hurdle
Shoe-makers Toe & Heel Sprigs
Leather - Sole - Kip & Kangaroo
Saddlery - Whips and Spurs
Spades & Shovels Locks & Hinges
Gunpowder Shot Ladys dress Shoes
Best London Beaver & Gossamire
White and Black, Manilla Hats
and Caps Bagging wool packs
Needles and Twine &c as well
as a variety of other articles too
numerous for insersion
29 Decr 1837 - W. F. A. Rucker
Blacksmith & Farrier
Adjoining Fawkners Hotel
All work of the above branches
performed quickly and neatly
Horses Shod Cash " 7-0
Do Credit - 9-0
All other work in proportion
First established Hotel in
Melbourne Fawkners Hotel
Supplies to the Traveller & Soujo
all the usual requisites of a board
ing house and Hotel of the
very best quality being mostly
laid in from the first mercan
tile House in Cornwall V D Land
in addition to which there will
be found mental recreation
of a high order there are pro
vided 7 English and 5 Colon
ial weekly Newspapers
7 British monthly

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