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Alternative title: Albury Banner, Wodonga Express and General Intelligencer
Issue Details: First known date: 1860... 1860 The Albury Banner and Wodonga Express
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Publication Details of Only Known VersionEarliest 2 Known Versions of

First known date: 1860
      Albury, Albury area, Riverina - Murray area, New South Wales,: 1860-1939 .
    • Albury, Albury area, Riverina - Murray area, New South Wales,: George Adams , 1862-1918 .
      Link: U24498Web resource Digital copy of print publication via Australian Newspapers (AN) Service.
      Note/s:
      • Digitised copies available from 3 January 1896 to 24 June 1938.
      • Printed and published by George Adams for the Proprietors, at the office of the Albury Banner and Wodonga Express, Dean-street and David-street Albury, in the colony of New South Wales. (Colophon, 3 January 1896)

Works about this Work

Albury Banner Dirk H.R. Spennemann , 2014 single work companion entry
— Appears in: A Companion to the Australian Media : A 2014; (p. 17-18)
Albury Banner Dirk H.R. Spennemann , 2014 single work companion entry
— Appears in: A Companion to the Australian Media : A 2014; (p. 17-18)

PeriodicalNewspaper Details

Frequency:
Initially bi-weekly, then weekly
Range:
4 July 1860 - 1939
Graphics:
illus.
Advertising:
Includes advertising.
Note:
Title from 1862: Albury Banner, Wodonga Express and General Intelligencer

Has serialised

Ormon the Gulfer, John Arthur Barry , single work short story

'"Ormon the Gulfer" is an avaricious gold-digger in North Queensland, who "struck it rich," and ran off with the gold, leaving his mate in the bottom of the shaft. An Afghan hawker found the mate, and relieved him from his perils. Years pass and the two men meet on a ship bound to London. The relation of this story is realistic beyond any quibble. Only those who understand the spirit of gold-seekers when the fever is on them properly, could write such a psychological account of the mental make up of these two men, Ormon the Gulfer and his mate Frank Davies.'

Source:

'Literature', West Australian, 10 December 1910, p.14.

The Veiled Man The Leather Mask, Ambrose Pratt , single work novel
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