Alfred Charles William, Viscount Northcliffe, 1865–1922, English journalist, publisher, and politician.
his brother, Harold Sidney, 1st Viscount Rothermere
[roth -er-meer] /ˈrɒð ərˌmɪər/ (Show IPA), 1868–1940, English publisher and politician.
Historical Examples

Edward disliked the Harmsworth Press; Robert thought it was doing good.
Saint’s Progress John Galsworthy

“This stuff seems to have been meant for some firm in Australia—Featherstone & Harmsworth,” said the captain.
Dave Porter in the South Seas Edward Stratemeyer

The corporal turned down his page of ‘Harmsworth’s Magazine,’ laid it on the parapet, and dived under the tarpaulin.
From Capetown to Ladysmith G. W. Steevens

Mr. Harmsworth utterly confounded the critics of the Passport Office.
Punch, or the London Charivari, Vol. 159, August 4th, 1920 Various

Directly across the street was the house of Mr. Harmsworth, a noted Union man.
The Crisis, Complete Winston Churchill

“Sort of walking Harmsworth’s Self-educator,” said Bob rather bitterly, as he took his hat.
The Twelfth Hour Ada Leverson

The goods were for the firm of Featherstone & Harmsworth, I remember the name well.
Dave Porter in the South Seas Edward Stratemeyer

This journal was under the direction of the famous De Girardin, the Harmsworth of his generation.
Lola Montez Edmund B. d’Auvergne

Alfred Charles William. See (Viscount) Northcliffe
Harold Sydney. See (1st Viscount) Rothermere

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