140 years of great stories Other newspapers published in Goulburn around the same rayban style sunglasses time included The Goulburn Chronicle, the Goulburn Echo, The Evening Star as well as the Southern Daily Argus and the ray ban 3387 Goulburn Advertiser.
The colourful historyof the Goulburn Post THE Goulburn Post is the only surviving newspaper of all of those early competitors and it was built upon ecclesiastical origins. Mr Tazewell says in Grand Goulburn that the Anglican Diocese of Goulburn began publishing the Southern Observer in 1867. But this newspaper had financial troubles right from the start. It was called The Early Bird, but quickly changed its name to The Penny Post. "An editorial in the Penny Post reputedly by Heaton was responsible for bringing a heavy libel action against Harris costing him over 1000 pounds," Tazewell writes. He sold the business to Thomas Daniel, and this is when the Goulburn Evening Penny Post came into being. Gray continued to work ray ban highstreet with Daniel for a period, as attested to by this verse: "Well printed as any, our paper today, and sold for a penny by Daniel and Gray." The earliest issue of the Penny Post under Daniel and Gray was October 6, 1870. Gray later bought the Yass Tribune. Generally regarded as the ray ban d frame glasses father of the Goulburn Post (and Goulburn Evening Penny Post before it), Thomas Daniel came to Goulburn initially during the gold rushes at Adelong. On his return trip to Sydney he stopped over in Goulburn and found work at the Goulburn Herald as a printing overseer. He stayed on for 10 years.
Mr Frazer wrote that the Penny Post installed "a new press in 1891, capable of turning out an issue in three hours and enabling readers to see their paper earlier". The paper was printed and published at the current Goulburn Post Office at 199 Auburn St, Goulburn. It was published on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.
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