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A weekly newspaper, first published in Deniliquin on 9 March 1860, The Southern Courier regularly published stock and station reports, latest intelligence from Sydney and Melbourne received by telegraph, local news from correspondents in Hay, Moama and Echuca, police court reports, original correspondence, selected extracts and anecdotes from overseas literary magazines such as All the Year Round, and occasional original poetry.

In October 1861 the proprietors of The Southern Courier purchased the plant, copyright, and goodwill of The Pastoral Times and incorporated the two newspapers under an amalgamated masthead .

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First known date: 1860

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Weekly on Fridays
9 March 1860 - 18 October 1861.
Continued by:
The Pastoral Times Incoporated with The Southern Courier
Yes. Given the district in which the journal circulates, advertisers are advised that it is: 'a most desirable medium for Advertisements, particularly those relating to Stock, Stations, and Squatting Interest generally'.
A weekly journal for circulation in the districts of Murray, Edward, Billabong, Murrumbidgee, Lachlan and Darling. Print run of 125 copies per issue.
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