Title: The Melbourne Advertiser, Port Phillip
Date: February 19th 1838.
Accession Number: MS13486
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Mr Hollins list continued
Pocket Knives - Wool Bagging
Window Glass
Superior Cavendish Tobacco
Colonial do - do -
Fat Beef mutton and lamb
at 5 pence per pound
B G Hollins
Melbourne February 16th / 38
Now Landing
By the undersigned an
assortment of Looking
Glasses Chairs -
Superior English Saddlery
Cart Harness -
A handsome English Stanhop
Gentlemens Clothing
Blankets and Rugs
Childrens Boots and Shoes
Windsor Soap Wax Candles
Cut glasses
Brushes and Combs
Ivory balance handled
Knives and forks &c
W. F. A. Rucker
Melbourne Feby 7th 1838
On Sale
At the Stores of the under-
Signed Superior Isle of France
Sugar per lb by the bag "-" 4 1/2
Loaf Sugar per pound "-"-10
Fine first flour pr 100 lb 1-5-0
Flour in Barrels - 1-0-0
Tea per Chest - 6-0-0
Do per 1/2 Chest - 3-5-0
Do per 1/4 Chest 1-15-0
Oats per Bushel " 8-"
Porter in Hhds per Hhd - 7-0-0
Ale in do per do - 8-0-0
Bottle Porter per dozen x-16-0
Do Ale per dozen x-18-0
Launceston Shingles x 18-0
Hobarton do per 1000 - 1-1-0
Quartering per 100 feet x 16-0
Batten Boards and {
Joists per 100 feet - { x 18-0
Potatoes per Cwt " 12-0
Terms Cash, or approved
orders on, Sydney Launces-
ton or Hobart Town
W F A Rucker
Melbourne Febry the 9th

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