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Hillston Ivanhoe Spectator

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Hillston-Ivanhoe Spectator

The Hillston-Ivanhoe Spectator is a newspaper published in Hillston, New South Wales, Australia. It has previously been published as the Hillston Spectator, The Hillston Spectator and Lachlan River Advertiser, and The Hillston Spectator and Mount Hope, Willanthry, Cudgellico, Booligal, Euabalong, Ivanhoe, Mossgiel, Gunbar and Lachlan River Advertiser.

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History

The Hillston Spectator and Mount Hope, Willanthry, Cudgellico, Booligal, Euabalong, Ivanhoe, Mossgiel, Gunbar and Lachlan River Advertiser was first published in 1889 by Harry Hicks and Charles August Gale. In 1953 the name was shortened to The Hillston Spectator. This was changed to the Hillston-Ivanhoe Spectator in 1997 and it continues to be published under that name.

Digitisation

The paper has been digitised as part of the Australian Newspapers Digitisation Program project of the National Library of Australia.

References

Hillston-Ivanhoe Spectator Wikipedia


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