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Quite a number of newspapers in New South Wales and Australia have articles that mention the Festiniog Railway.

Quite a number of towns and places in Australia are named for places in Wales and the United Kingdom.

The significance of the citation of a newspaper depends on its circulation, which in turns depends on the population of the area where it covers, and any newspaper competition.

Table[edit]

Rather than have an individual article for each paper, there is a combined table for all papers. The Years column show dates of first and last issue of paper, noted that the NLA has only scanned up to about 1955.

K1 Years Place Paper Full Name Circulation
Population
Text Reference K2
005 1860-2017 AUS-TAS Hobart [1] MercH The Mercury 221,000 [2] ZZ
015 1864-1881 AUS-NSW Goulburn [3] GH&C The Goulburn Herald And Chronicle 23,005 [4] MICE.
025 2001 AUS 000 Ref TT
035 1888 AUS 000 Ref UU
995 2017 AUS 000 Ref YY

Newspapers[edit]

CC[edit]

The Cornwall Chronicle, Tasmania. [5]

GH&C[edit]

The Goulburn Herald And Chronicle.

GoulH[edit]

Goulburn Herald, NSW.

HamSp[edit]

Hamilton Spectator, Victoria.

LA[edit]

Launceston Examiner, Tasmania. 2nd City of Tasmania.

MercH[edit]

The Mercury, Hobart, Tasmania. Capital City of Tasmania.

SAC&WM[edit]

South Australian Chronicle And Weekly Mail.

SMH[edit]

The Sydney Morning Herald, Sydney, New South Wales. Major newspaper in major state capital city.

SM&NSWA[edit]

The Sydney Mail And New South Wales Advertiser.

WeekEx[edit]

Weekly Examiner.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hobart
  2. ^ "THE FESTINIOG RAILWAY.". The Mercury. XX, (3330). Tasmania, Australia. 29 August 1871. p. 1 (The Mercury Supplement ). Retrieved 21 April 2017 – via National Library of Australia. 
  3. ^ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Goulburn,_New_South_Wales
  4. ^ "TRAMWAYS AND RAILWAYS.". The Goulburn Herald And Chronicle. New South Wales, Australia. 20 December 1873. p. 2. Retrieved 21 April 2017 – via National Library of Australia. 
  5. ^ Cornwall, Tasmania