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North Melbourne Advertiser

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More information about this newspaper title may be available from wikipedia.

Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]

Country: Australia

State: Vic

Issues of this title available in Elephind: 743

Items (articles and/or pages) from this title available in Elephind: 22,129

Earliest Date: 9 July 1873

Latest Date: 27 April 1894

From wikipedia

The North Melbourne Advertiser was a local newspaper distributed throughout the inner-northern suburbs of Melbourne, Australia, especially within the boundaries of what was then known as the borough of Hotham (later becoming the suburb of North Melbourne in 1887).[1]

First published in 1873, the North Melbourne Advertiser was a four-page broadsheet costing one penny and was initially issued each Friday, with later editions being issued 3 times a week. Regular reporting included political news, social events and sports. Like many newspapers of it’s time it contained an abundance of advertisements, mostly for goods and services located throughout Hotham.

During the newspaper’s run, borough of Hotham councillors were known to prompt electoral opinion through the publication of savage editorials and letters to the editor.[2]

The North Melbourne Advertiser ceased publishing in 1894.
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