Gals single work   poetry   "Sum thet I know are so witty"
Composed: Gormanston, Western Tasmania (including the West Coast), Tasmania,
Issue Details: First known date: 1898 1898
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  • Editor's note [by Lynx]: Considering what a large section of Hobart is now on the West Coast, youthful male Hobart, too, it is not surprising to find that the scarcity of the female sex there does not cause the sex itself to be forgotten, or that one of the exiles, pondering over past experiences, should give vent to his thoughts in the following verses
  • Appears as part of the 'Echoes of the Day' column.

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  • Appears in:
    y Tasmanian Mail 28 May 1898 Z1528860 1898 newspaper issue 1898 pg. 22-23
Last amended 12 Sep 2008
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