y The Antipodean periodical issue  
Issue Details: First known date: 1892 1892 of The Antipodean est. 1892-1897
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Notes

  • With an introduction by the Countess of Jersey.

Contents

* Contents derived from the 1892 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
The Two Gobletsi"Bearing two crystal goblets in her hands", George Essex Evans , 1892 single work poetry (p. 2)
Note: Illustrated by C. Roth
Solita, Lilian Blair , 1892 single work short story
A white woman living in Samoa mourns the death of a young Samoan girl whom she recently befriended.
(p. 6-11)
Note: With portrait of Lilian Blair and illustrations.
Beautiful Lifei"O beautiful, wonderful Life! in me", Jennings Carmichael , 1892 single work poetry (p. 12)
Note: With portrait of the author.
Ah Kim, or, Is Marriage a Fraud?, W. O. Hodgkinson , 1892 single work short story
Ah Kim and Ah Foo are rivals for the hand of Loo Choo. Ah Kim carefully raises the money that Loo Choo's guardian demands, but is thwarted by Ah Foo's more direct approach.
(p. 18-27)
Note: With a portrait of Hodgkinson and illustrations.
A Forest of the Deadi"A forest dead - a solitude", J. B. O'Hara , 1892 single work poetry (p. 28-29)
Note: With portrait of the author.
The Australian Drama, H. J. Taperell , 1892 single work criticism
Taperell notes that most drama performed in Australia is written by English or European playwrights. He mentions numerous actors who have toured Australia, as well as some Australian actors.
(p. 30-35)
Note: Includes portraits of the author and many of the actors he mentions.
Australian Scenery, Bush Naturalist , 1892 single work prose
The 'Bush Naturalist's' comments on the Australian landscape are mostly unflattering, though he admires the tropical landscape of Far North Queensland.
(p. 36-43)
Note: Includes a portrait of the author and several photographs of Australian landscape scenes.
William Charles Wentworth and John Dunmore Lang : An Imaginary Conversation, Henry Parkes , 1892 single work prose
Parkes imagines a conversation between William Charles Wentworth and John Dunmore Lang wherein both bemoan the quality of the men who have succeeded them in government.
(p. 44-47)
Note: Includes a portrait of Parkes and an illustration of Wentworth and Lang.
A Song of Lifei"Sing not of Rest", George Essex Evans , 1891 single work poetry (p. 49-50)
Note: Illustrated. Photograph on p. 49
About Interviewing, John Tighe Ryan , 1892 single work prose
Ryan's friend Paul Angel recalls interviews he has conducted with famous Australian identities.
(p. 60-68)
Note: With illustrations.
The Children of the Bush : A Sketch, Jennings Carmichael , 1892 single work prose
Carmichael describes the small tribe of Aboriginal people who live near the mission at Lake Tyers. She praises their childlike innocence while suggesting they are destined to die out due to the law of 'survival of the fittest.'
(p. 69-73)
Note: Includes photographs of the mission station and the remaining members of the tribe.
The Dead Ridei"This is the story they tell - men bearded, and bronzed, and tall -", Thomas William Heney , 1890 single work poetry (p. 73-74)
Note: With title: 'The Death Ride'
The Antipodean Girl, Grace Channing Neill , 1892 single work prose
Neill believes that although Australian girls lack the refinement of their English counterparts, their self-confidence and capability is to be admired.
(p. 75-79)
Note: Includes illustrations.
The Kanaka : A Character Sketch, Harry I. Blake , 1892 single work prose
Blake describes the 'kanakas' working in the cane fields of North Queensland as happy, affectionate, if childlike people.
(p. 80-85)
Note: Includes a portrait of the author and illustrations.
Jenny, Philip Dale , 1892 single work short story
Jenny's parents encourage her to marry for money instead of love to rescue them from poverty. When Jenny's first love returns to claim her, Jenny realises that her husband has virtuous qualities that she never before realised.
(p. 86-92)
Note: Includes a portrait of the author and illustrations.
Wearyi"Weary of the ceaseless war", Henry Parkes , 1892 single work poetry (p. 93)
Solacei"Wrapt in a robe of thankfulness,", Henry Parkes , 1892 single work poetry (p. 94)
The Bush Undertaker, Henry Lawson , 1892 single work short story
An old shepherd discovers his mate, Brummy, dead and mummified in the bush. Saddened, he feels compelled to bury him.
'A Christmas in the Far West, or, the Bush Undertaker'
(p. 95-102)
The Antipodean Schoolboy, C. Ernest Robin , 1892 single work prose
Robin, a teacher, describes Australian boys as being little interested in school, but passionate about sport.
(p. 103-106)
Note: Includes a portrait of the author and illustrations.
My Gulf Helmet, George Essex Evans , 1892 single work short story
On the advice of his employer, a new chum buys a metal helmet to shelter him from the North Queensland sun. The helmet is too large and several accidents ensue.
(p. 107-112)
Note: Illustrated

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