Evening Post may refer to:
- Evening Post (London) (not to be confused with the London Evening Post)
- The Evening Post (New Zealand)
- Evening Post, Charleston; now The Post and Courier
- Berington's Evening Post
- Bristol Evening Post
- Jersey Evening Post
- Lancashire Evening Post
- London Evening Post
- New Evening Post (Hong Kong)
- New York Evening Post
- Nottingham Evening Post
- Reading Evening Post
- Regina Evening Post
- Shanghai Evening Post
- South Wales Evening Post
- Wigan Evening Post
- Yangtse Evening Post
- Yorkshire Evening Post
- Aftenposten (Norway)
- Evening Post Publishing Company, South Carolina
- The Saturday Evening Post, American magazine
Other articles related to "evening post, post, evening":
... Raleigh Register, the Raleigh Herald, and the Beckley Evening Post which were among a dozen weekly and monthly publications published in and around Beckley as early as the 1880s ... The Evening Post began daily publication on February 12, 1924 ... On May 31, 1926 the Herald and Evening Post combined as a morning daily newspaper known as the Beckley Post-Herald ...
... This series of stories moved to the Evening Post between 1915 and 1916 ... et Merrienne articles started appearing in the Evening Post from 2 January 1960 ... Le Brocq (1877–1964), who had worked for the Evening Post before becoming editor of the Morning News, they took the form of a letter to the editor supposedly written by an old farming couple from ...
... Times Morning Chronicle Morning Herald Morning Leader The Morning Post Morning Star News Chronicle The Post Sporting Chronicle Sporting Life The Sportsman (1865) The Sportsman (2006 ...
... Express Star (Wolverhampton) 113,174 217,000 149,000 Manchester Evening News 90,973 214,000 331,000 250,000 Liverpool Echo 85,463 173,000 236,000 284,000 Shropshire Star 55,606 97,000 N/A N/A N/A ...
Famous quotes containing the words post and/or evening:
“A demanding stranger arrived one morning in a small town and asked a boy on the sidewalk of the main street, Boy, wheres the post office?
I dont know.
Well, then, where might the drugstore be?
I dont know.
How about a good cheap hotel?
I dont know.
Say, boy, you dont know much, do you?
No, sir, I sure dont. But I aint lost.”
—William Harmon (b. 1938)
“These flowers, which were splendid and sprightly,
Waking in the dawn of the morning,
In the evening will be a pitiful frivolity,
Sleeping in the cold nights arms.”
—Pedro, Calderón De La Barca (16001681)