Melbourne Port Phillip Gazette in Melbourne, Victoria
1 Apr 1840

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1 Apr 1840

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Melbourne Port Phillip Gazette (Newspaper) - April 1, 1840, Melbourne, Victoria National Library of Australia fib8t vessel for latin Czestow. L the Schooner a Tel Gem. Will leave for the above port on Friday morning. For freight or passage apply to the roaster on Board or f. Pittman. Agent. For London direct Hie first class fast sailing Besof Branken moor.e530uf David Smith commander Flo tons Burthen having this Day about two thirds of her cargo of Wool engaged will commence loading on monday next and will have Quick dispatch. Her accommodations 1 for Passen Geia Are of a Superior description and for engaging same or freight Early application is requested to be made to Captain Smith or to i were Brothers & . M Elbourne March 16. For the new settlements in new zealand rr3� the Fine first class barque a blk 1 lord goder1ch. 4gcitons. Peter Kay commander expected hourly from London vib it sums Launceston. Will upon the Dis charge of her inward cargo be ready to take in Slock Etor the above ports and will positive y proceed should a sufficient inducement offer. The Branken Moor and Gem both being destined for Oiher ports. A great Many passengers Are already engaged. For freight or passage Early application being necessary apply to f. Pittman. Agent. Notice. J r-x2 tue Schooner Jose is Devonshire will commence to run to and from Geelong every week. For whip freight or Parage apply to the Masier or B. Pain. Agent. For Sale it the fort Phillip Gazette office Collone a tort Frt Bumm. Phr squatting act Price 2s, applications Tor equalling incenses half verily returns applications to Cut Timber f custom House forms v z. Bills of lading manifesto entries warehousing entries entries Lor Home consumption a. Also Bills of Exchange neatly bound in in books of one Hundred each. Letter paper different qualities note paper ditto pens a. A Tew reams of Tab or wrapping paper notice. Fhe subscriber having received an auctioneer s License begs leave Moat respect fully to intimate to Hia friends and the Public generally of Australia Felix that he will be pre pared in the course of b few Days by which Lime the necessary arrangements will he completed to receive any merchandise or other property intended for Sale by auction. By a strict Obser Anceo punctuality in the settlement of accounts together Jwili Assiduity and attention on All occasions for the interest sol his constituents lie Hopeb to be found deserving a due share of Public patronage and support. E. To Newton. Elizabeth Street feb 28. T the Wool growers merchants sec., of Australia Felix. I. Hind & . Having taken those extensive and very commodious stores lately occupied by messes. Strachan & . Beg to intimate to the above described Gentry ural it is their intention to store sort and press Wool and having engaged a very experienced sorter they will be enabled to do every Justice to the getting up of this valuable commodity ready for the eng Lish markets. From or. Hind s thorough know ledge of every portion of this business acquired through the experience be has had Here and Foi & series of years in Vandiemen a land they Hope and t ust they will be liberally patronized by the Wool growers. Merchants and speculators of this favored and flourishing Colony being confident that by the a remitted attention the will be found to bestow on this Branch of their business gentlemen will not repent having placed their property under Pineir him rec. January 82, forester re at disappointment having been sex vat pressed by several parties at the loss of f o tester s services in consequence of his having been taked up to train for the races the pro Proclor new announces that in a fortnight fron thib Date forester will stand Lor one month a Hia estate of Pew orb on the Merri Creek Ihre Milci from Melbourne where paddocks will by provided and every care taken without responsibility. Term ten guineas. John highest. Melbourne March 10. The Melbourne medical Hall Collins Street. This establishment will be opened in afew Days by surgeon Baylie a voucher member of the Royal College of Bur Gens London and As it is his determination to conduct it on principles which it is hoped will give every satisfaction he respectfully takes leave to solicit the support of the inhabitants of Mel Bourne and Australia Felix generally. Particular attention will be paid to the com pounding and retail department and care taken to have All the medicines of the purest and Best Quality so i hat All issued from his establishment May be relied upon As genuine. Surgeon buy lie May be consulted on All Occa Sions in the medical and surgical branches of the profession. Diseases of the Eye attended to every morning Between ten and twelve o clock. M ao4irnl fall Collins Street near Elizabeth Street j March 19, 1840. S the undersigned begs to inform the inhabitants of Melbourne and its Vicinity that he has entered into partnership with or. O mul Lane and the business of his establishment will in future he conducted exclusively by him and As the undersigned does not intend pursuing his profession any Lunger he solicits rum his friends a continuance of their support towards or. O Mullauer Barry Cotter. Surgeon a. Melbourne february s6, 1840. I a. O m Irli we i. D., member of the Royal College of surgeons London and a Coucher i in soliciting the support of his friends and the Public begs to apprise them that he has entered into partnership with or. Cotter and that the business of the establishment in future will he conducted under the name and firm of i a. Omullane 4 . Or. O Mullane May be consulted daily at the Essahli Ament. Corner of Collins and Queen streets Between the hours of nine and eleven o clock he intends devoting his whole Rhine and energies to professional pursuits he loupes to meet a share of Public support. Melbourne february 96, 1840 tie Melbourne Diepen aary. Ryphe second place of any note established in Australia Felix would prove to any individual having however Small a capital an ample remuneration fur his capital outland r. Ewing from the impaired state of his health feels himself obliged to retire from his lucrative business which now commands one of the most extensive practises in town thus leaving an Opportunity for any one who possess feb a prac tical knowledge of the duties of a surgeon of realizing with comparatively Little Troube and in a very Short time such a competency As Gnu d enable him to retire trom the duties of his pro session altogether. The whole of the drugs now in the establish ment a be Hud at a fair valuation and Lor fur ther particulars apply to r. Ewing Market Square. Agency for hiring immigrants for settlers in the Interior. Thomas Enscoe a James having ascertained that considerable inconvenience has been experienced through out the surrounding districts from the want of facilities for obtaining an adequate Supply of labor Are induced to offer their be vices to settlers and others to engage labourers and servants on thir behalf. With the Means of procuring Early Access to ships arriving with immigrants and of learn no the reputed characters of the parties t., e & j., will exercise their Best exertions los elect those Only of a suitable description and at fair and reasonable wages. It will however first be necessary that they should be furnished with explicit instructions with such discretionary Powers As circumstances May suggest Aslo the description of labourers required he rate of wages and scale of weekly rations to be offered the localities where it is intended the parties shall be stationed and the terms of engagement proposed to be entered into the whole to be embodied in a written agreement a copy of which they purpose shall be retained by each Olibe parties. The & Would futher respectfully request that directions May be Given As to the conveyance of the persons hired through them to their respective destinations the amount of expenses to be so incurred to be previously transmitted to them accompanied also by the amount of their charge Lor Agency which it is Uro nosed shall be for each individual engagement whether married couples or single persons a l Loa each excepting where sett ers May require More than five Servaas to he engaged at one time the charge m such Case to be reduced to �1 each. Letters Post paid addressed to Thomas Peascoe and James Queen s wharf Melbourne will meet with immediate attention. Or. Salmon has for Sale at his rooms a ver Choice assortment of saddlery Well deserving the attention of All Good judges arid riders first rate English Hunting saddles and bridles with gentlemen s Riding whips and a Beautiful set of gig harness S. Kay from Londo manufacturer of sextants quadrants artificial Horison telescopes ship compasses time glasses a. & c., Bourke Lane Melbourne . Old work cleaned and repaired on reasonable terms. Important to the ladies. Mrs. M. C. Lick legs to announce that she has commenced As Milliner and dressmaker in Collins Belreet and from her Long experience under Madame Devey and mrs. Williams Milliner and dressmaker to her most gracious majesty Queen Victoria mrs. I confident that whatever orders the ladies of Melbourne and its Vicinity May Honor her with they will he executed with taste by punctuality. Benjamin of Cheapside House Melbourne and Tamar House Launceston begs most respectfully to return Hie sincere thanks to Hia friends and the Public in general for the very Liberal encouragement he has received since commencing business. Fie now begs to inform them that the business of both stores will be carried on in future under the firm of d. & s. Benjamin. Ail debts due to d. Benjamin Are requested to be settled on or before the is1 of april next and All claims on him Are requested to be presented of payment on or before that Date s. Benjamin. Melbourne March 94. Port Phillip steam navigation company. Shareholders in Liia company Are requested to take notice of the following Resolution passed at a meeting held on thurs iday v us Faiu u Siuw no r i pc i Uruu Cacil Btl to discount Whir trom ten pounds upwards the great demand for Aid to developed the re sources of the land of this settlement has a ten. Dutney to direct capital from the legitimate Chan Nels of Trade. To remedy Inch inconvenience and respond to the general Call this institution now offers itself to the Public. The Success of All Stab ish Menti of this description must necessarily depend upon the int i visual exertions of the proprietary but calculating As the projectors do up in such exertions they Leel no hesitation in predicting that the tradesmen s joint Stock banking company of Melbourne and Geelong will speedily become Oue of the Firat establishments in the Colony of new South Wales both in profit and . Shares May be new obtained on application to the provisional trustees at the auction rooms of or. George Lilly in Collins Street Between the hours of twelve and two o clock daily a Deposit of one Pound must be paid on each share when taken that no individual be allowed to hold More than one Hundred shares. Provisional trustees or. Cropper or. Mortimer or. Dodds. Solicitors pro. Tom messes. Deane $ Ocock. The following gentlemen compose the provisional of Ommittee until a meeting of the share holders u convened to appoint their own officers messes. Cropper. Mortimer Dodds fawkner Brown Lilly Reeves Miller Peers. With Power to add to their number. Dated match 33, 1840. Testimonial to Captain Lonsdale amount advertised j�3?5 17 additional contributions George d. Mercer 5 0 George say 8 2 2 2 Thomas Thorneloe 2 0 Francis Nodin second subscript Iii i 1 �?s38 2 the lists being now closed it is requested that the subscriptions remaining due May be paid to the undersigned with As Little delay As pus Sihle

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