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"Incorporating the Daily Star and the Evening Herald", the Daily Mail claimed to have "no connection with either or with the concerns that used to issue them" (Feb. 10, 1923). The paper printed local and foreign news, government notices, advertisements and other features. Editorially it supported Squires government and carried the slogan "the voice of liberalism and labour in Newfoundland."

This newspaper's description was sourced from Suzanne Ellison's Historical Directory of Newfoundland and Labrador Newspapers.

Place of publication:
St. John's

Dates of publication:
Feb. 19, 1923 - Sept. 13, 1924

Daily (except Sunday)

Newfoundland Publishers Ltd.

H. M. Mosdell

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