Yea Chronicle (Yea, Vic. : 1891 - 1920)

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The Yea Chronicle is a weekly newspaper that circulates Wednesdays throughout the western region of the Murrindindi Shire in Victoria, Australia.

The newspaper started as The Yea Telegraph in October 1885. The name changed to The Yea Chronicle in 1890. An early owner was Frederick G. Purcell.[1] It was later owned by Tom Dignam and who sold the paper to Ash and Fleur Long in 1984 and they in turn sold it to Geoff Heyes and Jenny Smith of Alexandra newspapers in May 1993.[2] It currently has a circulation of 1050.

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The Yea chronicle [electronic resource].
Yea, Vic. : Patrick Galvin
Title varies slightly: Issues for Oct. 26, 1988, Dec. 21, 1988-Dec. 28, 1988, June 27, 1990, Dec. 16, 1992-May 19, 1993 have title: Chronicle.
"Circulating in Ghin Ghin, Molesworth, Gobur, Thornton, Yarck, Alexandra, Acheron, Seymour, Tallarook, Broadford, Kilmore, &c."
Description based on: No. 268 (Jan. 1, 1891).
Official organ of the Yea Shire Council, .
Digitised as part of the "Digitised newspapers and more" which allows access to historic Australian periodicals.
Also available in print.
Electronic reproduction. Canberra, A.C.T., : National Library of Australia, 2011 (Digitised newspapers and more). 1891-1920. Mode of access: World Wide Web.
Life Dates
Began in Apr. 1890.
Former Title
Whittlesea chronicle
Kinglake chronicle
Yea telephone and Upper Goulburn advocate
Yea telegraph
Also Titled
Australia Victoria Yea

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