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    • Evening Herald, 1895-02-13

    • Canadian newspapers--Newfoundland and Labrador--St. John's--19th century
    • The Evening Herald was published in St. John's from 1890-1920, having begun as The Evening Mercury in 1882.
    • Evening Herald, 1916-01-08

    • Canadian newspapers--Newfoundland and Labrador--St. John's--20th century
    • The Evening Herald was published in St. John's from 1890-1920, having begun as The Evening Mercury in 1882.
    • Evening Herald, 1916-01-10

    • Canadian newspapers--Newfoundland and Labrador--St. John's--20th century
    • The Evening Herald was published in St. John's from 1890-1920, having begun as The Evening Mercury in 1882.
    • Evening Herald, 1916-01-13

    • Canadian newspapers--Newfoundland and Labrador--St. John's--20th century
    • The Evening Herald was published in St. John's from 1890-1920, having begun as The Evening Mercury in 1882.
    • Evening Herald, 1916-01-14

    • Canadian newspapers--Newfoundland and Labrador--St. John's--20th century
    • The Evening Herald was published in St. John's from 1890-1920, having begun as The Evening Mercury in 1882.
    • Courier, 1852-11-03

    • Canadian newspapers--Newfoundland and Labrador--St. John's--19th century
    • The Courier was published in St. John's from 21 October 1844 to 28 December 1878. The frequency stabilized into semiweekly in mid-1849 and the title prefix "Morning" was dropped in early 1853.
    • Courier, 1853-03-02

    • Canadian newspapers--Newfoundland and Labrador--St. John's--19th century
    • The Courier was published in St. John's from 21 October 1844 to 28 December 1878. The frequency stabilized into semiweekly in mid-1849 and the title prefix "Morning" was dropped in early 1853.
    • Colonist, 1889-11-23

    • Canadian newspapers--Newfoundland and Labrador--St. John's--19th century
    • The Colonist began on 6 March 1886, changing its name to The Newfoundland Colonist after 18 July 1891. Having printed local and international news Monday to Saturday for six years, the paper came to an abrupt end when its offices were destroyed in...
    • Colonist, 1889-11-25

    • Canadian newspapers--Newfoundland and Labrador--St. John's--19th century
    • The Colonist began on 6 March 1886, changing its name to The Newfoundland Colonist after 18 July 1891. Having printed local and international news Monday to Saturday for six years, the paper came to an abrupt end when its offices were destroyed in...
    • Colonist, 1889-11-27

    • Canadian newspapers--Newfoundland and Labrador--St. John's--19th century
    • The Colonist began on 6 March 1886, changing its name to The Newfoundland Colonist after 18 July 1891. Having printed local and international news Monday to Saturday for six years, the paper came to an abrupt end when its offices were destroyed in...
    • Colonist, 1889-11-29

    • Canadian newspapers--Newfoundland and Labrador--St. John's--19th century
    • The Colonist began on 6 March 1886, changing its name to The Newfoundland Colonist after 18 July 1891. Having printed local and international news Monday to Saturday for six years, the paper came to an abrupt end when its offices were destroyed in...
    • Colonist, 1889-11-30

    • Canadian newspapers--Newfoundland and Labrador--St. John's--19th century
    • The Colonist began on 6 March 1886, changing its name to The Newfoundland Colonist after 18 July 1891. Having printed local and international news Monday to Saturday for six years, the paper came to an abrupt end when its offices were destroyed in...
    • Colonist, 1889-12-02

    • Canadian newspapers--Newfoundland and Labrador--St. John's--19th century
    • The Colonist began on 6 March 1886, changing its name to The Newfoundland Colonist after 18 July 1891. Having printed local and international news Monday to Saturday for six years, the paper came to an abrupt end when its offices were destroyed in...
    • Colonist, 1889-12-04

    • Canadian newspapers--Newfoundland and Labrador--St. John's--19th century
    • The Colonist began on 6 March 1886, changing its name to The Newfoundland Colonist after 18 July 1891. Having printed local and international news Monday to Saturday for six years, the paper came to an abrupt end when its offices were destroyed in...

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