Queanbeyan Age (NSW : 1907 - 1915)

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The Queanbeyan Age is a weekly newspaper based in Queanbeyan, New South Wales, Australia. It has had a number of title changes throughout its publication history. First published on 15 September 1860 by John Gale and his brother, Peter Francis Gale, The Golden Age, as it was known at the time, was the first newspaper of the small township on the banks of the Queanbeyan River. It was named due to the short-lived Kiandra goldrush, which generated large amounts of gold-based traffic through the region.

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Title
The Queanbeyan age [electronic resource].
Publisher
Queanbeyan, N.S.W. : William Ernest Gale and James Knox, 1907-1915.
Notes
"With which are incorporated 'The Bungendore Mirror' and 'The Captain's Flat Miner'"
Digitised as part of the Australian Newspapers service which allows access to historic Australian newspapers.
Also available in print and on microfilm.
Electronic reproduction. Canberra, A.C.T., : National Library of Australia, 2008-2009 (Australian newspapers). Feb. 19, 1907-Mar. 30, 1915. Mode of access: World Wide Web.
Merged with: Queanbeyan observer; to become, Queanbeyan age and the Queanbeyan observer.
Life Dates
Tuesday Feb. 19, 1907-Tuesday Mar. 30, 1915.
Later Title
Queanbeyan observer 1837-4352
Queanbeyan age and the Queanbeyan observer 1837-4336
Former Title
Age (Queanbeyan, N.S.W.) 1837-4344
Place
Australia New South Wales Queanbeyan.

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