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The Liverpool News newspaper was priced at one penny and was one of the earliest newspapers in Liverpool, New South Wales, Australia. The weekly publication was delivered to the shops and houses by Ethbert (Bert) Banyer's son, Brian Banyer. A copy was taken to file at the Liverpool City Council in a folder especially provided as a record of Liverpool’s history during those years. Other newspapers also published around this time were The Liverpool Times, The Liverpool Mercury and The Liverpool Herald.See the full Wikipedia entry
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