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Titles are listed by state/territory and then alphabetically by title. These titles have been funded for digitisation by various contributors which are indicated in square brackets after the title name.

Titles will be removed from this list when they are available on Trove.

 ACT

  • Good Neighbour(1950-1954); [National Library of Australia and selected by Australian Newspaper Plan libraries]

NSW

  • The Blackheath Beacon (14 Nov 1930-27 Mar 1931); [Blue Mountains City Council]
  • The Blackheath Bulletin (8 Aug 1929; 13 Nov 1930-5 Feb 1931); [Blue Mountains City Council]
  • The Blue Mountains Advertiser (19 Jan 1940; 1 Mar 1940; 13 July 1941-31 Dec 1947; July 1948-Dec 1954); [Blue Mountains City Council]
  • Blue Mountains Gazette (9 Jan 1903 - 30 Dec 1904); [Blue Mountains City Council]
  • The Blue Mountains Times (16 Oct 1931 - 16 Feb 1934; 13 Mar 1936 - Nov 1937); [Blue Mountains City Council]
  • The Blue Mountains Star, 5 Jan 1929-7 Feb 1931; [Blue Mountains City Council]
  • Bundarra and Tingha Advocate (NSW : 1900 - 1906) [State Library of New South Wales Digital Excellence Program]
  • The Chaser (1999-2005) [Chaser Publishing Pty Ltd]
  • The Chronicle (15 Aug 1929 - 10 Oct 1929); [Blue Mountains City Council]
  • Dispatch (Dubbo)(1932 - 1933) [State Library of New South Wales Digital Excellence Program]
  • The Don Dorrigo Gazette and Guy Fawkes Advocate (NSW : 1910 - 1954) [State Library of New South Wales Digital Excellence Program]
  • The Enterprise (Sept 1913); [Blue Mountains City Council]
  • Guyra argus (NSW: 1902-1954) [State Library of New South Wales Digital Excellence Program]
  • The Gwydir Examiner and Moree General Advertiser (NSW : 1898 - 1899) [State Library of New South Wales Digital Excellence Program]
  • The Henty Observer (NSW : 1914 -1950) [State Library of New South Wales Digital Excellence Program]
  • The Hospital Saturday News (19 Apr 1930); [Blue Mountains City Council]
  • The Independent (14 May 1930-5 Mar 1931); [Blue Mountains City Council]
  • The Inverell Argus (NSW : 1899 - 1904) [State Library of New South Wales Digital Excellence Program]
  • Justice (Narrabri, NSW : 1891) [State Library of New South Wales Digital Excellence Program]
  • The Katoomba Daily (1920-1931, 2 Feb 1932 - 9 May 1939); [Blue Mountains City Council]
  • The Katoomba Times (1889-1894); [Blue Mountains City Council]
  • The Macleay Chronicle (Kempsey, NSW : 1899 - 1952) [State Library of New South Wales Digital Excellence Program]
  • The Manning River Times and Advocate for the Northern Coast Districts of New South Wales (Taree, NSW : 1898 - 1954) [State Library of New South Wales Digital Excellence Program]
  • The Moree Examiner and General Advertiser (NSW : 1899) [State Library of New South Wales Digital Excellence Program]
  • The Mountain Daily (26 July 1919); [Blue Mountains City Council]
  • The Mountaineer (1894-1908); [Blue Mountains City Council]
  • North West Champion (Moree, NSW : 1915-1954) [State Library of New South Wales Digital Excellence Program]
  • The Observer (Henty, NSW : 1950 - 1954) [State Library of New South Wales Digital Excellence Program]
  • The Record of the Blue Mountains (Feb 1924); [Blue Mountains City Council]
  • The Tingha Advocate and North-Western Advocate (NSW : 1916-1932) [State Library of New South Wales Digital Excellence Program]
  • The Uralla Times (NSW : 1923 - 1954) [State Library of New South Wales Digital Excellence Program]
  • The Uralla Times and District Advocate (NSW : 1915 - 1923) [State Library of New South Wales Digital Excellence Program]

QLD

  • Darling Downs Gazette and Toowoomba Telegraph (Oct 1894-Jan 1895); [National Library of Australia and selected by Australian Newspaper Plan Libraries]

 TAS

  • Advertiser (Hobart) (1862- 1865); [National Library of Australia and selected by Australian Newspaper Plan Libraries]
  • Devon Herald (Latrobe, Tas) (1877-1889); [National Library of Australia and selected by Australian Newspaper Plan Libraries]
  • Land (Hobart, Tas) (1924-1925); [National Library of Australia and selected by Australian Newspaper Plan Libraries]
  • World (Hobart) (1918-1924); [National Library of Australia and selected by Australian Newspaper Plan Libraries]

VIC

  • Advocate (1868-1954); [National Library of Australia and selected by Australian Newspaper Plan Libraries]
  • Avoca Mail (1863-1868); [Avoca & District Historical Society]
  • The Ballarat Courier (1 Dec 1869 - 20 April 1875); [Ballarat and District Genealogical Society, City of Ballarat]
  • Banner (19 Aug 1853-22 Sep 1854); [State Library of Victoria in collaboration with the Sidney Myer Fund]
  • Champion (1895-1897) [National Library of Australia and selected by Australian Newspaper Plan Libraries]
  • Cobram Courier (1930-1954); [Cobram Historical Society]
  • Countryman (1924-1929); [National Library of Australia and selected by Australian Newspaper Plan Libraries]
  • Farmers' Advocate : Official Organ of the Victorian Farmers Union (1917-1924); [National Library of Australia and selected by Australian Newspaper Plan Libraries]
  • Farmers' Journal and Gardeners' Chronicle (11 Jan 1862-23 Sep 1864); [State Library of Victoria in collaboration with the Sidney Myer Fund]
  • Free Lance (1896-1896); [National Library of Australia and selected by Australian Newspaper Plan Libraries]
  • Numurkah Leader : Goulburn Valley Farmers' and Fruit Growers Gazette (1895-1954); [National Library of Australia and selected by Australian Newspaper Plan Libraries]
  • Punch (1900-1913); [National Library of Australia and selected by Australian Newspaper Plan Libraries]
  • Shepparton Advertiser (1921-1952); [State Library of Victoria in collaboration with the Sidney Myer Fund]
  • Sporting Globe (1922-1954); [National Library of Australia and selected by Australian Newspaper Plan Libraries]
  • Victorian Farmers' Journal and Gardeners' Chronicle (7 Jul 1860-4 Jan 1862); [State Library of Victoria in collaboration with the Sidney Myer Fund]
  • Williamstown Trade Circular* (2 June 1855; 19 Jan 1856); [State Library of Victoria in collaboration with Public Libraries Victoria Network]
  • Woman Voter (1911-1919); [National Library of Australia and selected by Australian Newspaper Plan Libraries]

WA

  • The All British (1916); [Friends of the Battye Library]
  • Collie Mail (1914-1918); [Friends of the Battye Library]
  • Eastern Recorder (1914-1918); [Friends of the Battye Library]
  • Harvey Chronicle (1915-1916); [Friends of the Battye Library]
  • Labor Vanguard (1911; 1916); [Friends of the Battye Library]
  • Nor-West Echo (1914-1918)  ; [Friends of the Battye Library]
  • Sparks Fortnightly (1916-1919); [Friends of the Battye Library]

 

*Both of these issues predate the earliest issue (6 Sept 1856) digitised on Trove. This is significant because the Williamstown Trade Circular, which later became the Williamstown Chronicle, was the first suburban newspaper in Melbourne.