The Advertiser (Adelaide, SA : 1889 - 1931)
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The Advertiser (commonly known as The Tiser) is a daily tabloid-format newspaper published in the city of Adelaide, South Australia. First published as a broadsheet named The South Australian Advertiser on 12 July 1858, it is currently printed daily from Monday to Saturday. A Sunday edition exists under the name of the Sunday Mail. The Advertiser is a publication of News Corp Australia. Both The Advertiser and the Sunday Mail are available for purchase throughout South Australia and some towns and regions in New South Wales, Victoria and the Northern Territory located near or adjacent to the South Australia state border such as Broken Hill, Mildura, Nhill and Alice Springs.See the full Wikipedia entry
- The Advertiser [electronic resource].
- Adelaide : Frederick Britten Burden and John Langdon Bonython, 1889-1931.
- 42 v. ; 66 cm.
- Digitised as part of the Australian Newspapers service which allows access to historic Australian newspapers.
Available also in print and on microfilm.
Electronic reproduction. Canberra, A.C.T., : National Library of Australia, 2008- (Australian newspapers). Vol. 31, no. 9494 (Mar. 22, 1889)-v. 73, no. 22579 (Feb. 20, 1931). Mode of access: World Wide Web.
Merged with: Register news-pictorial, to form: Advertiser and register (Adelaide, S. Aust.).
- Life Dates
- Vol. 31, no. 9494 (Mar. 22, 1889)-v. 73, no. 22579 (Feb. 20, 1931).
- Later Title
- Advertiser and register (Adelaide, S. Aust. : Online) 1836-7682
Register news-pictorial 1837-3887
- Former Title
- South Australian advertiser 1834-092X
- Australia South Australia Adelaide.
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The National Library of Australia acknowledges the use of newspapers and microfilm owned by the State Library of South Australia for the digitisation of this title.