y The Daily News newspaper  
Alternative title: The Daily News (Perth)
Issue Details: First known date: 1882... 1882 The Daily News
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Publication Details of Only Known VersionEarliest 2 Known Versions of

First known date: 1882
    • Perth, Western Australia,: Baldwin King Stirling , 1882-1990 .
      Link: U24489Web resource Digital copy of print publication via Australian Newspapers (AN) Service.
      • Digitised issues available for the period 26 July 1882 to 30 December 1950. (Correct as of 20 August 2013.)
      • Printed and published for the proprietors by Baldwin King Stirling, at the Inquirer Steam Printing Establishment, St George's Terrace, Perth, W.A. (Colophon, 26 July 1882: 4)

Works about this Work

Daily News Ron Davidson , 2014 single work companion entry
— Appears in: A Companion to the Australian Media : D 2014; (p. 129)
Daily News Ron Davidson , 2014 single work companion entry
— Appears in: A Companion to the Australian Media : D 2014; (p. 129)

PeriodicalNewspaper Details

ISSN: 1839-8146
Five times per week (Monday - Tuesday ; Thursday - Saturday)
26 July 1882 - September 1990
Morning Herald (Perth)
After 28 June 1901, incorporates The Inquirer and Commercial News (1855-1901)
Includes advertising

Has serialised

Mr Jelly's Business, Arthur W. Upfield , 1932 single work novel crime
The Barrakee Mystery, Arthur W. Upfield , 1929 single work novel crime

'Why was the redoubtable King Henry, an aborigine from Western Australia, killed during a thunderstorm in New South Wales? — What was the feud that led to murder after nineteen long years had passed? — Who was the woman who saw the murder and kept silent? — This first story of Inspector Napoleon Bonaparte, the half-aborigine detective, takes him to a sheep station in the Darling River bush country where he encounters those problems he understands so well – mixed blood and divided loyalties.' (Source: Goodreads website)

The Disquieting Sex, Henrietta Drake-Brockman , 1932 single work novel
The Hidden Door, Arthur Gask , 1934 single work novel detective

'People who disappear, either from choice or compulsion, usually leave behind some trace, some thread or other, which an astute detective can seize on and follow to a logical conclusion. No such convenient clue was to be found in the case of the disappearance of four villagers from the little hamlets on the Suffolk coast of England. When Gilbert Larose, the Australian detective, was put on the case, not only was the trail cold, but there was not a shred of evidence to show that there had ever been a trail at all. The men had simply vanished into thin air. But in his usually entertaining and unassuming manner, Larose scents a major mystery, and. with the unswerving assurance of the black tracker, is soon just a step or two behind the criminals.'


'The Hidden Door', The Advertiser, 9 August 1934, p.156.

The Tale of a Tomahawk, John Arthur Barry , 1904 single work short story
A bush story, set on a station in the Carpentaria.
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