y Queensland Authors and Artists' Xmas Magazine. periodical   periodical issue  
Issue Details: First known date: 1926 1926
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  • Issued by the Queensland Authors [sic] and Artists' Association, Brisbane, Xmas 1926.

Contents

* Contents derived from the Brisbane, Queensland,: Watson Ferguson , 1926 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
This Australia, Emily Bulcock , 1926 single work essay
Bulcock appeals to contemporary Australian writers to break away from the 'baleful influences' of the pioneering novel, portraying only hardship and suffering, and write of other, more positive aspects of Australian life.
(p. 5 - 6)
On the North Coast Line (Q.), Francis Kenna , 1926 single work essay
Kenna writes of the night time activities of Australian birds and animals.
(p. 8 - 9)
To the Prince of Warblers : Rufous-Breasti"Did you ever go roving, little lover,", Constance Gittins , 1926 single work poetry (p. 10)
A Prisoner of the Bush, Wenona , 1904 single work short story (p. 11)
A Bazaar Will Be Held ..., Frederick Walter Robinson , 1926 single work essay
Robinson writes of a bazaar in the desert during World War I. Watching the local people as they sell, buy, and haggle over goods takes his imagination back to Biblical times.
(p. 12 - 13)
Gossipi"In this small town are narrow, dusty streets", Edith Mary England , 1926 single work poetry (p. 13)
Under the Rustling Palms, 'Malua' , 1926 single work short story
A Pacific Islander is deeply affected by the organ-playing of a missionary's daughter.
(p. 14 - 16)
The Mother Hearti"O baby hands that pat my face", Eva Brockhurst , 1926 single work poetry (p. 16)
A Bush Sunday, Edith Mary England , 1926 single work short story
A quiet Sunday is disturbed by motorcyles and a fight.
(p. 17 - 18)
Odd Moments and a Hobby, Eva Brockhurst , 1926 single work essay
Brockhurst muses on the value and pursuit of hobbies.
(p. 19 - 20)
'The Foundling'i"Eight years ago, it could be ten,", William James Wye , 1926 single work poetry (p. 20)
Mrs Todgers in Australia, Tarboy , 1926 single work essay
'Tarboy' relates some of his experiences in a Melbourne boarding house.
(p. 21 - 22)
Angelusi"Our tired eyes seek the softened light,", Emily Bulcock , 1926 single work poetry (p. 22)
Ignominy, Phoebe Kirwan , 1926 single work short story
An unwanted dog finds a home with a drover looking for a companion to join him on the road.
(p. 23 - 24)
'Listening In'i"Out of the void and the vastness", Edith Mary England , 1926 single work poetry (p. 24)
The Blood Hunt, James Devaney , 1926 single work short story
Two friends are divided when they both fall in love with the same woman.
(p. 25-28)
He Never Grumbled, T. L. Anderson , 1926 single work essay humour
A selector is unfailingly cheerful, despite the failure of his many money-making schemes.
(p. 29 - 30)
'Mr Azalea de Begonia', J. M. Stevens , 1926 single work short story humour
The appointment of a new staff member has a dramatic effect on a group of journalists.
(p. 31 - 33)
Australia, M. E. Hilleary , 1926 single work essay
Argues against the theory that Australia is the dried bed of an inland sea. His arguments are based on his personal experiences and observations as a miner and well borer.
(p. 34)
Billy Jinks, the Mailmani"A little sunburnt, solid block,", Francis Kenna , 1926 single work poetry (p. 35 - 36)

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Untitled 1926 single work review
— Appears in: The Daily Mail , 24 December 1926; (p. 20)

— Review of Queensland Authors and Artists' Xmas Magazine. 1926 periodical periodical issue
Untitled 1926 single work review
— Appears in: The Daily Mail , 24 December 1926; (p. 20)

— Review of Queensland Authors and Artists' Xmas Magazine. 1926 periodical periodical issue
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