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  1. The Argus was an Australian daily morning newspaper in Melbourne from 1846 to 1957. It was considered to be the general Australian newspaper of record for this period. [1] Widely known as a conservative newspaper for most of its history, it adopted a left -leaning approach from 1949.

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    The newspaper was started by William Kerr, a journalist who had worked with the Sydney Gazette before moving to Melbourne in 1839 to work on John Pascoe Fawkner's Port Phillip Patriot. The first edition was published on 2 June 1846. The paper was known for its abuse and sarcasm and by 1853 Kerr lost ownership after a series of court actions. It was then published under the name of Edward Wilson. The paper was also linked to the weekly The Australasian which was to become The Australasian Postin 1946. During the Great Depression in 1933 it launched the Melbourne Evening Star in competition with The Heraldnewspaper, but was closed in 1936. In 1949 the paper was bought by the London based Daily Mirror newspaper group. On 28 July 1952 the Melbourne Argus became the first newspaper in the world to publish colour photographs in a daily paper. The paper had interests in radio and in 1956, the new medium of television broadcasting. It was part of the group General Telecasters Victoria (GTV)...

    The Argus building, built in 1926 on the corner of La Trobe and Elizabeth streets, is classified by the National Trust and is on the Victorian Heritage Register of Heritage Victoria. In 1991, an innovative office building was built next door and named The Argus Centre, an award winning building by Nonda Katsalidis. In 2004 La Trobe Universitybought the site of the old Argus building with the intention to redevelop and house legal and business schools in the building, as well as a ground floor shopping precinct.

    Don Hauser, The Printers of the Streets and Lanes Of Melbourne (1837 - 1975)Nondescript Press, Melbourne 2006
    Jim Usher (ed) The Argus - life and death of a newspaper Australian Scholarly Publishing, Melbourne 2008 (ISBN 1-74097-143-4)
    Digitised historic The Argusfrom the National Library of Australia
    Digitised historic The Melbourne Argusfrom the National Library of Australia
    The ArgusIndex: 1870-1879
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    The Argus of St. Louis, now called the St. Louis Argus, a newspaper focused on African American issues founded in 1912 Virginia Argus and Hampshire Advertiser , a defunct weekly newspaper published in Romney, Virginia (now West Virginia), United States

  3. The Singleton Argus, also published as The Singleton Argus and Upper Hunter General Advocate, is a semiweekly English language newspaper published in Singleton, New South Wales, Australia since 1874.

  4. www.asianprofile.wiki › wiki › The_Argus_(Australia)アーガス(メルボルン)

    The Argusは、1846 年から 1957 年までメルボルンで発行されたオーストラリアの日刊紙で、この時代のオーストラリアの一般新聞として記録されていました。[1]として広く知られている保守的な歴史のほとんどの新聞、それが採用され、左1949年から-leaningアプローチをザ・アーガス「だったの主な ...

  5. From Wikipedia. The Argus was an Australian daily morning newspaper in Melbourne from 1846 to 1957. It was considered to be the general Australian newspaper of record for this period. Widely known as a conservative newspaper for most of its history, it adopted a left-leaning approach from 1949. The Argus ' s main competitor was David Syme's ...

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