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There was a simple precedent for this, as Michael O'Connor (2003: xi) identified about The Sydney Gazette and New South Wales Advertiser, which made its first appearance in 1803: 'The newspaper was written for a small number of people living together in a tiny place.' What this meant in practice was later characterised by a member of the Mott family press dynasty, Walter Jr: 'Photos and names of people and what they were doing were the most important part of a suburban newspaper.' (ANHG, 2001: 8)
Australian Newspaper History Group Newsletter (ANHG) 2001, No.