Title: The Melbourne Advertiser, Port Phillip
Date: February 19th 1838.
Accession Number: MS13486
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Melbourne Advertiser
Port Phillip Australia
Written for, and Published by, Jno P Fawkner
Monday February the 19th 1838, Melbourne
No. 8 Vol. 1

For Freight or Passage
The Strong built Cutter
Rebacca is now laid on as
a regular Trader between
Melbourne and Launceston
and is one of the fastest
Sailing Crafts in this trade
will prove to Shippers of goods
or to passengers the most
eligible conveyance between
Melbourne and Launceston
Apply to - Captn Bell
Melbourne Jany 24th 1838.
For Sydney
The Schooner Sarah
Captn. William Winkworth
will be ready to leave for the
above Port about the middle
of next month
Apply to W. F. A. Rucker
Jany 24 / 38 Agent
From 100 to 2000 feet of
good Cedar at 6 pence per ft
20000 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 ma=
nufacture at 12/ per 100 they
are ready for delivery orders
on V D Land will be taken
in payment of the above
Jno P Fawkner
T D Weatherly
takes this early opportunity
to inform his friends and the
Public that he Supplies Fami
lies with the best Wheaten
Bread at the lowest possible
price, and to those who wish
it he allows one months Credit

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