Evening Mail

One among many newspapers mentioned in Ulysses, the Dublin Evening Mail was a daily distributed in the evening on buff-colored (brownish yellow) sheets, competing with the pink-colored Evening Telegraph, the Dublin Evening Standard, and the Evening Herald. Although this paper figures prominently in one of the stories of Dubliners, it is never mentioned in Ulysses. In Wandering Rocks, however, several men meet on the street outside "the Mail office" at 37-38 Parliament Street.

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Page 1 of the four-page Dublin Evening Mail of 16 June 1904. Source: www.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk.