The Children single work   poetry   "There's a row of children's faces with their eyes all turned upon me,"
Issue Details: First known date: 1907 1907
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Notes

  • Author's note: "Child nature is exceedingly precious material." - Mr Neale's Report.
  • Author's note: Schoolmaster (soliloquising): "Wonder if the beggar means what he says! Does he know how precious?"
  • Author's note: Mr W.L. Neale, of South Australia, came to Tasmania in 1904 to report on State Education in Tasmania. The Tasmanian Government have since appointed him Director of Education.

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    y A Spray of Gum Leaves Sigismund Woolley , Melbourne : Johnson and Stone's Print Shop , 1907 Z1367711 1907 selected work poetry Melbourne : Johnson and Stone's Print Shop , 1907 pg. 18-19
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