File:The Perth Gazette and Western Australian Journal 1(1).djvu

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This is a complete scan of the first issue of the first volume of The Perth gazette and Western Australian journal, predecessor to today's The West Australian.

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Source Downloaded from the National Library of Australia's Australian Newspapers beta website, which is part of the Australian Newspapers Digitisation Program. Their scan is not of the original, but rather of a facsimile published by The West Australian on 5 January 1933, in commemoration of its anniversary.
Author Edited by Charles Macfaull; authorship of individual articles varies; compositor unknown
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