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Yelland, William Horace (1883-1948). Journalist. Employed at the Barrier Miner (Broken Hill) from 1897 as a counter and messenger boy, becoming a general reporter concentrating on sport and music. In 1908 began working for Hussey and Gillingham printers (Adelaide) in charge of their periodicals. Then joined the Register and next became special writer and sub-editor at the Mail. Moved to the News at its inception in 1923, as chief of staff and chief sub-editor, and from 1928 became editor. From 1931 until 1941 owner/ editor of the Port Pirie Recorder. At one time worked for the Daily Herald. (Recorder, 30 August 1948, p. 1.)

Yelland, Jean (1916-). Social editor at the Port Pirie Recorder 1940s. Daughter of Horace Yelland.

Young, Alfred Howard (died 1936). Journalist. Began work in the Advertiser commercial department in the mid 1880s, transferred to the literary staff soon after. Editorial writer, particularly noted for pieces written during the First World War.(Chronicle, 28 May 1936, p. 40.)

Young, Courtney. Court reporter at the Advertiser.

Young, Elizabeth. Wife of Robert Campbell, director of the Art Gallery. From 1952 the art critic at the Advertiser. Previously worked in NSW and Queensland.

Young, James.


Zwolsman, J. Editor of Direct Action 1928.



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