The Camperdown Chronicle

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The Camperdown Chronicle is the highest selling newspaper in the Australian town of Camperdown, Victoria. The chronicle was started on 1 October 1874 by proprietor and editor, James Allen.[1] Published three times a week it covers news from the Western District of Victoria as well as Geelong and Melbourne.[2]


  1. ^ The making of our town Camperdown (Camperdown, [Vic.] : Town of Camperdown Council, 1983) p. 55
  2. ^ Camperdown chronicle & Western District general advertiser 21 January 1875, p. 4

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