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Legislative Council

The Penguin

 

Introduction

A daily news sheet issued six days a week, Monday to Saturday, excluding public holidays. The Penguin was established in 1927 and produced in Stanley under the auspices of the Falkland Islands Government. At the time it was the most southerly daily newspaper in the world and was began at a time when there was no broadcasting system and few, if any, wireless receiving sets in the Falkland Islands. By 1928 The Penguin had a regular circulation of more than two hundred copies, a number of which were sent overseas. When local radio broadcasts started in 1929 via the re-diffusion system The Penguin also gave notice of programs as well as items of local and international news with an emphasis on international events. The Falkland Islands Government closed down the paper 30 June 1938 due to wireless receiving sets coming into general use and combined with the local broadcasting system overseas news was therefore readily accessible.

Period Covered: 1927 to 30 June 1938. Status: Incomplete set.

 

pdfThe Penguin 1938 Jan 3-15.pdf(17.29 MB)

pdfThe Penguin 1938 Jan 17-31.pdf(19.28 MB)

pdfThe Penguin 1938 Feb 1-12.pdf(16.65 MB)

pdfThe Penguin 1938 Feb 14-28.pdf(21.64 MB)

pdfThe Penguin 1938 Mar 1-15.pdf(19.12 MB)

pdfThe Penguin 1938 Mar 16-31.pdf(22.84 MB)

pdfThe Penguin 1938 Apr 1-16.pdf(20.53 MB)

pdfThe Penguin 1938 Apr 19-30.pdf(19.04 MB)

pdfThe Penguin 1938 May 2-14.pdf(19.67 MB)

pdfThe Penguin 1938 May 16-31.pdf(21.5 MB)

pdfThe Penguin 1938 Jun 1-18.pdf(25.47 MB)

pdfThe Penguin 1938 Jun 20-30.pdf(18.81 MB)

 

Copyright guide:

Copies of government records may be used freely for private research and educational purposes. If material is to be used for commercial publication, exhibition or broadcast the written permission of the Jane Cameron National Archives must first be obtained. Whenever material from the Jane Cameron National Archives is reproduced in any form or in any medium, the user must acknowledge the Jane Cameron National Archives as the source and give all document references. For non-government records it is your responsibility as the user to ensure that copyright is not infringed and any infringement that does occur is your responsibility.

 

Introduction

A daily news sheet issued six days a week, Monday to Saturday, excluding public holidays. The Penguin was established in 1927 and produced in Stanley under the auspices of the Falkland Islands Government. At the time it was the most southerly daily newspaper in the world and was began at a time when there was no broadcasting system and few, if any, wireless receiving sets in the Falkland Islands. By 1928 The Penguin had a regular circulation of more than two hundred copies, a number of which were sent overseas. When local radio broadcasts started in 1929 via the re-diffusion system The Penguin also gave notice of programs as well as items of local and international news with an emphasis on international events. The Falkland Islands Government closed down the paper 30 June 1938 due to wireless receiving sets coming into general use and combined with the local broadcasting system overseas news was therefore readily accessible.

Period Covered: 1927 to 30 June 1938. Status: Incomplete set.

 

pdfThe Penguin 1937 Jan 2-16.pdf(26.17 MB)

pdfThe Penguin 1937 Jan 18-30.pdf(21.18 MB)

pdfThe Penguin 1937 Feb 1-13.pdf(20.11 MB)

pdfThe Penguin 1937 Feb 15-27.pdf(20.8 MB)

pdfThe Penguin 1937 Mar 1-13.pdf(20.71 MB)

pdfThe Penguin 1937 Mar 15-31.pdf(26.73 MB)

pdfThe Penguin 1937 Apr 1-17.pdf(27.56 MB)

pdfThe Penguin 1937 Apr 19-30.pdf(18.7 MB)

pdfThe Penguin 1937 May 1-15.pdf(21.08 MB)

pdfThe Penguin 1937 May 17-31.pdf(23.1 MB)

pdfThe Penguin 1937 Jun 1-12.pdf(19.27 MB)

pdfThe Penguin 1937 Jun 14-30.pdf(26.35 MB)

pdfThe Penguin 1937 Jul 1-17.pdf(28.16 MB)

pdfThe Penguin 1937 Jul 19-31.pdf(23.16 MB)

pdfThe Penguin 1937 Aug 3-14.pdf(21.21 MB)

pdfThe Penguin 1937 Aug 16-31.pdf(25.36 MB)

pdfThe Penguin 1937 Sep 1-15.pdf(24.52 MB)

pdfThe Penguin 1937 Sep 16-30.pdf(23.11 MB)

pdfThe Penguin 1937 Oct 1-16.pdf(25.66 MB)

pdfThe Penguin 1937 Oct 18-30.pdf(21.67 MB)

pdfThe Penguin 1937 Nov 1-13.pdf(20.59 MB)

pdfThe Penguin 1937 Nov 15-30.pdf(20.73 MB)

pdfThe Penguin 1937 Dec 1-15.pdf(17.93 MB)

pdfThe Penguin 1937 Dec 16-31.pdf(16.5 MB)

 

Copyright guide:

Copies of government records may be used freely for private research and educational purposes. If material is to be used for commercial publication, exhibition or broadcast the written permission of the Jane Cameron National Archives must first be obtained. Whenever material from the Jane Cameron National Archives is reproduced in any form or in any medium, the user must acknowledge the Jane Cameron National Archives as the source and give all document references. For non-government records it is your responsibility as the user to ensure that copyright is not infringed and any infringement that does occur is your responsibility.

 

Introduction

A daily news sheet issued six days a week, Monday to Saturday, excluding public holidays. The Penguin was established in 1927 and produced in Stanley under the auspices of the Falkland Islands Government. At the time it was the most southerly daily newspaper in the world and was began at a time when there was no broadcasting system and few, if any, wireless receiving sets in the Falkland Islands. By 1928 The Penguin had a regular circulation of more than two hundred copies, a number of which were sent overseas. When local radio broadcasts started in 1929 via the re-diffusion system The Penguin also gave notice of programs as well as items of local and international news with an emphasis on international events. The Falkland Islands Government closed down the paper 30 June 1938 due to wireless receiving sets coming into general use and combined with the local broadcasting system overseas news was therefore readily accessible.

Period Covered: 1927 to 30 June 1938. Status: Incomplete set.

 

pdfThe Penguin 1935 Jan 1-14.pdf(25.67 MB)

pdfThe Penguin 1935 Jan 15-31.pdf(25.78 MB)

pdfThe Penguin 1935 Feb 1-14.pdf(21.56 MB)

pdfThe Penguin 1935 Feb 15-28.pdf(20.99 MB)

pdfThe Penguin 1935 Mar 1-6 [Missing Rest of Month].pdf(8.49 MB)

pdfThe Penguin 1935 Apr 1-15 [Missing 16&17].pdf(21.59 MB)

pdfThe Penguin 1935 Apr 18-30.pdf(16.12 MB)

pdfThe Penguin 1935 May 1-13 [Missing 14&15].pdf(18.07 MB)

pdfThe Penguin 1935 May 16-31.pdf(22.18 MB)

pdfThe Penguin 1935 Jun 1-15 [Missing 6&17].pdf(18.8 MB)

pdfThe Penguin 1935 Jun 18-29.pdf(17.02 MB)

pdfThe Penguin 1935 Jul 1-13.pdf(25.28 MB)

pdfThe Penguin 1935 Jul 15-31.pdf(34.15 MB)

pdfThe Penguin 1935 Aug 1-14.pdf(28.54 MB)

pdfThe Penguin 1935 Aug 17-31.pdf(28.3 MB)

pdfThe Penguin 1935 Sep 2-13.pdf(19.39 MB)

pdfThe Penguin 1935 Sep 14-30.pdf(24.32 MB)

pdfThe Penguin 1935 Oct 1-12.pdf(19.3 MB)

pdfThe Penguin 1935 Oct 14-31.pdf(27.46 MB)

pdfThe Penguin 1935 Nov 1-13.pdf(22.92 MB)

pdfThe Penguin 1935 Nov 14-30.pdf(25.93 MB)

pdfThe Penguin 1935 Dec 2-12.pdf(19.31 MB)

pdfThe Penguin 1935 Dec 13-31.pdf(27.6 MB)

 

Copyright guide:

Copies of government records may be used freely for private research and educational purposes. If material is to be used for commercial publication, exhibition or broadcast the written permission of the Jane Cameron National Archives must first be obtained. Whenever material from the Jane Cameron National Archives is reproduced in any form or in any medium, the user must acknowledge the Jane Cameron National Archives as the source and give all document references. For non-government records it is your responsibility as the user to ensure that copyright is not infringed and any infringement that does occur is your responsibility.

 

Introduction

A daily news sheet issued six days a week, Monday to Saturday, excluding public holidays. The Penguin was established in 1927 and produced in Stanley under the auspices of the Falkland Islands Government. At the time it was the most southerly daily newspaper in the world and was began at a time when there was no broadcasting system and few, if any, wireless receiving sets in the Falkland Islands. By 1928 The Penguin had a regular circulation of more than two hundred copies, a number of which were sent overseas. When local radio broadcasts started in 1929 via the re-diffusion system The Penguin also gave notice of programs as well as items of local and international news with an emphasis on international events. The Falkland Islands Government closed down the paper 30 June 1938 due to wireless receiving sets coming into general use and combined with the local broadcasting system overseas news was therefore readily accessible.

Period Covered: 1927 to 30 June 1938. Status: Incomplete set.

 

pdfThe Penguin 1936 Jan 1-13.pdf(24.47 MB)

pdfThe Penguin 1936 Jan 14-31.pdf(30.92 MB)

pdfThe Penguin 1936 Feb 1-13.pdf(24.1 MB)

pdfThe Penguin 1936 Feb 14-29.pdf(30.28 MB)

pdfThe Penguin 1936 Mar 2-17.pdf(30.15 MB)

pdfThe Penguin 1936 Mar 18-31.pdf(28.31 MB)

pdfThe Penguin 1936 Apr 1-16.pdf(26.94 MB)

pdfThe Penguin 1936 Apr 17-30.pdf(25.73 MB)

pdfThe Penguin 1936 May 1-13.pdf(23.62 MB)

pdfThe Penguin 1936 May 14-30.pdf(27.56 MB)

pdfThe Penguin 1936 Jun 1-13.pdf(24.92 MB)

pdfThe Penguin 1936 Jun 15-30.pdf(25.39 MB)

pdfThe Penguin 1936 Jul 1-16.pdf(25.77 MB)

pdfThe Penguin 1936 Jul 17-31.pdf(24.6 MB)

pdfThe Penguin 1936 Aug 1-15.pdf(23.28 MB)

pdfThe Penguin 1936 Aug 17-31.pdf(25.49 MB)

pdfThe Penguin 1936 Sep 1-15.pdf(24.78 MB)

pdfThe Penguin 1936 Sep 16-30.pdf(22.5 MB)

pdfThe Penguin 1936 Oct 1-16.pdf(27.94 MB)

pdfThe Penguin 1936 Oct 17-31.pdf(26.15 MB)

pdfThe Penguin 1936 Nov 1-14.pdf(25.13 MB)

pdfThe Penguin 1936 Nov 16-30.pdf(27.29 MB)

pdfThe Penguin 1936 Dec 1-12.pdf(23.2 MB)

pdfThe Penguin 1936 Dec 14-31.pdf(26.25 MB)

 

Copyright guide:

Copies of government records may be used freely for private research and educational purposes. If material is to be used for commercial publication, exhibition or broadcast the written permission of the Jane Cameron National Archives must first be obtained. Whenever material from the Jane Cameron National Archives is reproduced in any form or in any medium, the user must acknowledge the Jane Cameron National Archives as the source and give all document references. For non-government records it is your responsibility as the user to ensure that copyright is not infringed and any infringement that does occur is your responsibility.

 

Introduction

A daily news sheet issued six days a week, Monday to Saturday, excluding public holidays. The Penguin was established in 1927 and produced in Stanley under the auspices of the Falkland Islands Government. At the time it was the most southerly daily newspaper in the world and was began at a time when there was no broadcasting system and few, if any, wireless receiving sets in the Falkland Islands. By 1928 The Penguin had a regular circulation of more than two hundred copies, a number of which were sent overseas. When local radio broadcasts started in 1929 via the re-diffusion system The Penguin also gave notice of programs as well as items of local and international news with an emphasis on international events. The Falkland Islands Government closed down the paper 30 June 1938 due to wireless receiving sets coming into general use and combined with the local broadcasting system overseas news was therefore readily accessible.

Period Covered: 1927 to 30 June 1938. Status: Incomplete set.

 

pdfThe Penguin 1934 Jan 27 [Only].pdf(1.87 MB)

pdfThe Penguin 1934 Feb 1-14.pdf(18.12 MB)

pdfThe Penguin 1934 Feb 17-28.pdf(13.78 MB)

pdfThe Penguin 1934 Apr 3-12.pdf(15.32 MB)

pdfThe Penguin 1934 Apr 13-30.pdf(23.9 MB)

pdfThe Penguin 1934 May 1-15.pdf(18.06 MB)

pdfThe Penguin 1934 May 16-31 [Missing 30].pdf(18.69 MB)

pdfThe Penguin 1934 Jun 1-16 [Missing 6&9].pdf(17.64 MB)

pdfThe Penguin 1934 Jun 18-30 [Missing 25].pdf(17.24 MB)

pdfThe Penguin 1934 Jul 2-17 [Missing 10].pdf(18.93 MB)

pdfThe Penguin 1934 Jul 18-31.pdf(20.41 MB)

pdfThe Penguin 1934 Sep 1-15 [Missing 10&14].pdf(22.06 MB)

pdfThe Penguin 1934 Sep 17-29 [Missing 20&22].pdf(19.97 MB)

pdfThe Penguin 1934 Oct 1-17.pdf(21.84 MB)

pdfThe Penguin 1934 Oct 18-31.pdf(17.59 MB)

pdfThe Penguin 1934 Nov 1-15 [Missing 14,16&17].pdf(16.98 MB)

pdfThe Penguin 1934 Nov 19-30 [Missing 24].pdf(17.91 MB)

pdfThe Penguin 1934 Dec 3-15 [Missing 1].pdf(23.45 MB)

pdfThe Penguin 1934 Dec 17-31.pdf(19.61 MB)

 

Copyright guide:

Copies of government records may be used freely for private research and educational purposes. If material is to be used for commercial publication, exhibition or broadcast the written permission of the Jane Cameron National Archives must first be obtained. Whenever material from the Jane Cameron National Archives is reproduced in any form or in any medium, the user must acknowledge the Jane Cameron National Archives as the source and give all document references. For non-government records it is your responsibility as the user to ensure that copyright is not infringed and any infringement that does occur is your responsibility.