British Newspaper Archive has added The Kerry Evening Post to its line up of Irish titles (this addition brings the total to 129).
Politically conservative and pro-Union, the paper was published in Tralee twice a week from 1813. Like many other newspapers, it could not continue printing during WW1 due to paper rationing and ceased publication in 1917.
So far, a selection of 902 editons published in the 1850s, 1860s and early 1870s is available in the British Newspaper Archive database, but the planned holding will eventually include the full 104 years of publication.
The paper has also joined the Irish Newspaper Collection at FindMyPast.