Epigraph: To Comrades of Camp-Fire and Muster I have ridden the boundary wires with you; I have sweated in yard and shed; I have lighted the red camp-fires with you In the dust of a thousand head; Through the West and the wanton ways of her You were always my comrade s true, And from out of the nights and days of her I have woven these songs for You!
* Contents derived from the Sydney,New South Wales,:Bulletin,1903 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Extent:vii,168p.p. Edition info:2nd ed. Has 79 poems compared with 83 in the 1903 edition. Description:illus., port.
Has 79 poems compared with 83 in the 1903 edition. 'Bush Analogy', 'Western Heroes', 'The Stragglers', 'Willanjie', 'Mulga Maxims', 'The Reiver's Heart', 'The Ploughman', 'April in Scotland', 'Holyrood', 'The Apple Winds', 'Time and the Children', 'The Flickering Fire', 'Tears' and 'Stars in the Mist' have been deleted. Poems added include 'Baby's trumpet', 'The Bushmen', 'The Ladies from Hell', 'Sydney', 'Sunny Country', 'My Australian Spurs', 'A Leaf From Lake Macquarie' and 'The Australian'.
Miller asserts this edition was part of the Platypus series but no indication on book.