y The Queenslander newspaper issue  
Issue Details: First known date: 1937 1 December 1937 of The Queenslander est. 1866
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* Contents derived from the 1937 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Out of the Dopei"He who wakens in the stilly night", Den , 1937 single work poetry (p. 2)
Note: In column: Ragged Rhymes. This column contains three short poems: Birds of Other Feather, All This Hustle, and Out of the Dope.
Birds of Other Featheri"To avoid confusion", Den , 1937 single work poetry (p. 3)
Note: In column: Ragged Rhymes. This column contains three short poems: Birds of Other Feather, All This Hustle, and Out of the Dope.
Dread Scene When Loch Ard Foundered : Heroism of Gallant Midshipman Saves Fellow Survivor, Bernard Cronin , 1937 single work column (p. 3,40)
All this Hustlei"In this restless age,", Den , 1937 single work poetry (p. 3)
Note: In column: Ragged Rhymes. This column contains three short poems: Birds of Other Feather, All This Hustle, and Out of the Dope.
Stunn's Mutton Thursday, Stan Tutt , 1937 single work short story humour
Things always go wrong for Joe Stunn on Thursdays. A carpet snake once frightened him in a chookhouse just as he was taking a rooster and he was shot in the buttocks with a shotgun. He works for a week for a neighbour and a pet sheep gets him into trouble, so he decides to steal it for meat. He succeeds but a young friend, thinking he is dead, calls in the police and he is caught with the meat. However, the farmer is delighted to be rid of the bad-tempered ram and pays Stunn for his efforts. The day is Thursday.
(p. 5,36)

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