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In the last issue of the Daily Telegraph and North Murchison and Pilbarra Gazette there was a small public notice advising readers that the newspaper would be discontinued from that date, citing the reason for the closure as a shortage of staff and the inability to purchase spare parts.
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Daily Telegraph and North Murchison and Pilbarra Gazette, also published as Meekatharra Miner, and Daily Telegraph and North Murchison Gazette, was a weekly English language newspaper published in Meekatharra, Western Australia.
It was distributed to Meekathara, Nannine, Cue, and Geraldton; as well as the Murchison and Pilbara regions.
Meekatharra Miner was published from 7 August 1909 to 6 July 1918, by Daniel James Colgan.
It was continued by the Daily Telegraph and North Murchison Gazette, which ran from 8 July 1918 to 18 March 1920.
It was printed and published for the Telegraph Printing and Publishing Co. A daily one page supplement was published between 2 January 1920 and 24 September 1921.