1870-1937 a.k.a. Midland Counties' Herald
Full run issues available 1861-1866 / 1874-1890
Also known as Lindsay Post October 3 & 4 1877 appear to be "dailies", with an early and evening edition; the banner reads "The Daily Post". However, on Oct.5.1877 the newspaper returns to its earlier format and size and is followed a week later with...
Full run issues 1880-1914
1869-1870 Full issues available 1869-1870 a.k.a. Lindsay Expositor
1900 Full issues available 1900 a.k.a. Lindsay Post, Lindsay Daily Post, Lindsay Evening Post; continues the Canadian Post (J. Brian Gilchrist)
1898-1907 Full issues available 1898-1907 a.k.a. Lindsay Weekly Post
1876 Reel might contain Millbrook and Manvers
1865 Omemee Warder moved to Lindsay as the Victoria Warder in 1866 (J. Brian Gilchrist); microfilm reel might include Millbrook Reporter; Omemee Warder; Omemee Mirror)
Full run issues available 1876-1899
1888-1899 Full issues available 1888-1899 a.k.a. Lindsay Watchman. The Watchman united with Lindsay Victoria Warder to form the Watchman-Warder, January 1899 (J. Brian Gilchrist)
1899-1915 Full issues available 1899-1915 Formed from the union of the (Lindsay) Watchman and (Victoria) Warder in 1899 (J. Brian Gilchrist)
1878-1888 Full issues available 1878-1888 a.k.a. Woodville Advocate. Continued by Woodville Advocate, Beaverton. From 1887, contents the same as the Beaverton Express. (J. Brian Gilchrist); Reel includes the Beaverton Advocate.