"The Evening Telegraph," a Dublin daily, was from 1871 to 1924 one of the most-read newspapers in Dublin and in Ireland generally, along with the Freeman's Journal and the Irish Times. It was printed on pink paper (to distinguish it from the ocher color of the Dublin Evening Mail), on four pages of nine columns each. The Telegraph and the Freeman were published from offices in the same building on Prince's Street North, and they professed similar nationalist politics. These two dailies receive far more mentions in Ulysses than any other newspapers.

JH 2015

Page 1 of the Evening Telegraph for 16 June 1904, as reconstructed and digitized by Ian Gunn and collaborators at the Split Pea Press in Edinburgh. Source: www.splitpea.co.uk.

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