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Title Northern times.
Published/Produced Perth [W.A.] : Country Newspapers Pty Ltd., 1905-1983.
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Call Number 994.14/BRO
Description v.
Publication history Vol. 1, no. 1 (26 Aug. 1905)-26 Aug. 1983.
Current frequency Weekly on Friday.
Additional formats Available on microfilm.
Notes Initially "Printed and published by Hugh Bismarck Geyer, sole proprietor, at his printing and publishing office, Carnarvon, in the State of Western Australia." (v. 1, no. 1 (26 Aug. 1905)).
This newspaper (26 Aug. 1905-5 June 1952) has been microfilmed and made available by the Historical Records Rescue Consortium Project supported by Lotterywest.
Summary Distribution area: Broome; Carnarvon; Kununurra; Meekatharra; Wyndham; Cue; Mount Magnet; Mullewa; Sandstone; Wiluna; Yalgoo.
Subjects Australian newspapers -- Western Australia -- Broome.
Australian newspapers -- Western Australia -- Carnarvon.
Australian newspapers -- Western Australia -- Kununurra.
Australian newspapers -- Western Australia -- Meekatharra.
Australian newspapers -- Western Australia -- Wyndham.
Australian newspapers -- Western Australia -- Cue.
Australian newspapers -- Western Australia -- Mount Magnet.
Australian newspapers -- Western Australia -- Mullewa.
Australian newspapers -- Western Australia -- Sandstone.
Australian newspapers -- Western Australia -- Wiluna.
Australian newspapers -- Western Australia -- Yalgoo.
Broome (W.A.) -- Newspapers.
Carnarvon (W.A.) -- Newspapers.
Kununurra (W.A.) -- Newspapers.
Meekatharra (W.A.) -- Newspapers.
Wyndham (W.A.) -- Newspapers.
Cue (W.A.) -- Newspapers.
Mount Magnet (W.A.) -- Newspapers.
Mullewa (W.A.) -- Newspapers.
Sandstone (W.A.) -- Newspapers.
Wiluna (W.A.) -- Newspapers.
Yalgoo (W.A.) -- Newspapers.
WA newspapers -- 1900s -- 1910s -- 1920s -- 1930s -- 1940s -- 1950s -- 1960s -- 1970s -- 1980s.
Additional formats Northern times [microform]
Absorbed Geraldton-Greenough sun
Continued by North west telegraph