At the Circulating Library Periodical Information: The Blackburn Standard

Periodical: The Blackburn Standard

History: Published weekly on Saturdays, price 1d. Titled The Weekly Standard after 1893.

References: British Newspaper Archive

Novels and short stories serialized in The Blackburn Standard:

  1. Mary Elizabeth Braddon. Like and Unlike. 1 October 1887 to 31 March 1888 (weekly).
  2. Joseph Hatton. The Gay World. 31 March 1888 to 22 September 1888 (weekly).
  3. George Robert Sims. "The Bloomsbury Murder." Tales of To-day. 25 August 1888 to 8 September 1888 (weekly).
  4. George Robert Sims. "A Trip to the Derby." Tales of To-day. 15 September 1888.
  5. George Robert Sims. "The Earl's Wife." Tales of To-day. 22 September 1888 to 29 September 1888 (weekly).
  6. George Robert Sims. "A Private Inquiry." Tales of To-day. 6 October 1888.
  7. George Robert Sims. "Will Orpington." Tales of To-day. 13 October 1888 to 20 October 1888 (weekly).
  8. George Robert Sims. "Clara Markham." Tales of To-day. 27 October 1888.
  9. George Robert Sims. "A Missing Husband." Tales of To-day. 3 November 1888 to 10 November 1888 (weekly).
  10. George Robert Sims. "Seraphim Soap." Tales of To-day. 17 November 1888.
  11. George Robert Sims. "A Casual Meeting." Tales of To-day. 24 November 1888 to 8 December 1888 (weekly).
  12. George Robert Sims. "The Lost Bride." Tales of To-day. 15 December 1888.
  13. George Robert Sims. "The Prison Baby." Tales of To-day. 22 December 1888 to 29 December 1888 (weekly).
  14. Henrietta Eliza Vaughan Stannard. Buttons. 5 October 1889 to 7 December 1889 (weekly).
  15. Joseph Hatton. By Order of the Czar. 14 December 1889 to 2 August 1890 (weekly).
  16. Dora Russell. A Bitter Birthright. 28 February 1891 to 5 December 1891 (weekly).
  17. George Robert Sims. "The White Dog." My Two Wives and Other Stories. 26 December 1891.
  18. Dora Russell. The Other Bond. 25 June 1892 to 5 November 1892 (weekly).
  19. Elizabeth Thomasina Meade. A Life for a Love. 12 November 1892 to 1 April 1893 (weekly).
  20. Mary Elizabeth Braddon. The Venetians. 1 July 1893 to 27 January 1894 (weekly).
  21. Émile Zola. The Dream. 27 January 1894 to 21 July 1894 (weekly).
  22. Eliza Margaret von Booth. Petticoat Loose. 1 October 1898 to 4 February 1899 (weekly).
  23. Ernest Glanville. The Inca's Treasure. 11 February 1899 to 20 May 1899 (weekly).
  24. George Alfred Henty. The Lost Heir. 27 May 1899 to 30 August 1899 (weekly). (Dates approximate).
  25. Elizabeth Thomasina Meade. The Wooing of Monica. 24 March 1900 to 26 May 1900 (weekly).
  26. William Le Queux. In White Raiment. 1 September 1900 to 8 December 1900 (weekly).
  27. Headon Hill. The Sentence of the Court. 15 December 1900 to 30 March 1901 (weekly). (Dates approximate).