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Alternative title: Saturday's Evening Journal; Saturday's Journal
Issue Details: First known date: 1869... 1869 The Evening Journal
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Publication Details of Only Known VersionEarliest 2 Known Versions of

First known date: 1869
    • Adelaide, South Australia,: Andrews, Thomas and Clark , 1869-1912 .
      Note/s:
      • 'Printed and published by the proprietors, Edward Wm Andrews, Wm Kyffin Thomas and John Howard Clark at the Office of the Evening Journal, Grenfell Street, Adelaide.' - Colophon (Quoted on Trove)

PeriodicalNewspaper Details

Frequency:
Daily (Monday - Saturday)
Range:
2 January 1869 - 1 September 1912
Continues:
New Bedford Evening Journal
Continued by:
Journal
Size:
68 cm
Note:

'The Saturday ed. grew in size and from 1898 had at head of title a term such as: double issue, double number, Saturday's special number.

'From Vol. 40, no. 11,044 (7 July) - v. 40, no. 11,137 (20 Oct. 1906), it was called: Saturday's Evening Journal, and from Vol. 40, no. 11,138 (27 Oct. 1906) it was called: Saturday's Journal, while continuing the numbering of The Evening Journal.' (Trove)

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'Using that information the boss made himself rich, living a high life in London, while Pennethorne remained penniless. Nikola contrives a plan and a device for Pennethorne to commit the perfect murder of the wealthy thief. Unknowingly, Pennethorne thus becomes a party to another one of Nikola's insidious schemes.'

Source: feedbooks.com

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