It’s great to see issues of The Horsham Times going online at Trove. I was very happy when I immediately found articles about family members. While I did have some family in Horsham, I have found a lot of articles about the Cavendish area which I am hoping will help with the Hadden and Mortimer families.
When fully released, issues available will cover the period 1882-1954. This will be a great resource for researching the Western District. There is more to look forward to. New titles for the 2011-2012 financial year will include:
Ararat Advertiser (1914-1918) NOW AVAILABLE
Casterton News and the Merino and Sandford Record (1914-1918) NOW AVAILABLE
Colac Herald (1914-1918) NOW AVAILABLE
Mildura Cultivator (1888-1920) NOW AVAILABLE
Warrnambool Standard (1914-1918) NOW AVAILABLE
If you haven’t visited Trove lately, these are the titles from Western Victoria already available:
Camperdown Chronicle (1877-1954)
Kerang Times & Swan Hill Gazette (1877-1889)
Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser (1842-1876)
4 thoughts on “The Horsham Times Goes Digital”
Thanks Merron, I’m trying to leave my husband’s family for him as a retirement project but this might be a distraction I can’t avoid in the next few days. Pauleen
I find Trove very hard to resist
Wonderful! You will no doubt have many happy hours of searching, reading and tagging ahead. Love your blog theme too.
Yes plenty to do and not long until school holidays so I better get reading.