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This tale opens on the hot, early slopes of the Brewarinna Diggings and the Western Range on the day of Christmas Eve...

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    y separately published work icon The Herald Melbourne Herald; Melbourne Morning Herald Melbourne : F. B. Franklyn & Co. , 1879 Z1079373 1879 newspaper (1280 issues)

    The Herald's publisher, the Melbourne Newspaper Company, was sold in 1891 to the City Newspaper Company. In 1892 it acquired the Weekly Times and formed the Herald & Standard Newspaper Company.

    Originally a morning paper, the Herald changed to an evening publication on 4 January 1869. Staff retrenched at this time formed a company to publish the Melbourne Daily Telegraph, managed by Charles Somerton. He saw an opportunity to publish a weekly companion publication and the Weeky Times was launched on 11 September 1869.

    Melbourne : F. B. Franklyn & Co. , 1879
    pg. 3
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