Title: The Melbourne Advertiser, Port Phillip
Date: February 5th 1838.
Accession Number: MS13486
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Melbourne 11 January 1838
The undersigned most
respectfully begs leave to inform
his friends and the Public that
he has on Sale at the Stores of
Mr John Batman for Cash only
Fat Beef mutton and Lamb pr
pound - £ " - " 5 d
Best Flour per 100 lbs - 1-5-0
New Potatoes per pound - " " 3
Good Old Jamaica Rum {
above proof per Gallon { " -15-0
Old Madeira in Cases {
per Dozen { 2-2-0
Do Port in Do pr Do 1-18-0
Best Cavendish Tobacco {
per pound { 5-6
Shot of various Sizes {
at 9 pences per pound {
And many other articles
at equally low prices
The undersigned will
also allow his Butcher to call daily
upon Families for Orders
B.G. Hollins
T D Wetherly takes this early
opportunity to inform his friends and the
Public that he Supplies Families with
the best Wheaten bread at the lowest
possible and to those who wish it he
allows one months Credit
Two Pounsds Reward
Lost a Black Painted Boat
with a red Streak Square
Stern and would carry above
1 1/2 Ton was taken from the
Yarra Yarra from the side of
which She was made fast to
a Stake by a chain Painted
any Person giving such infor
mation as will lead to its re
covery shall receive the above
reward on Application to
Thomas Feild
Melbourne 31" of January 1838
A Public meeting was held
at the School house in this
Town on Tuesday last to arrange
for the erection of an Episcopal
place of Worship and to Col
lect funds to that end. A very
liberal Subscription was then
entered into and as a part of
the Sheep and Cattle pasturing
here belong to persons residing
in Sydney and V D Land
Subscription lists will be sent
to those places to enable them to
assist in this Pious Work the
resolutions passed at the meeting
are to be Published at Sydney
Launceston and Hobart Town.

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