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Writing name for: John Dalley
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1 How We Beat the de Favorita 8 i "The Tin Can was as nice a little job as ever left a shop:", J. B. D. , 1929 single work poetry humour
— Appears in: The Bulletin , 27 February vol. 50 no. 2559 1929; (p. 32)
1 The Neglected Goldmine J. B. D. , 1929 single work short story
— Appears in: The Bulletin , 23 October vol. 50 no. 2593 1929; (p. 32)
1 Saving the Language J. B. D. , 1929 single work short story humour
— Appears in: The Bulletin , 9 October vol. 50 no. 2591 1929; (p. 34)
1 Fifty-Fifty i "Within its walls the citizen could watch", J. B. D. , 1923 single work poetry
— Appears in: The Bulletin , 11 October vol. 44 no. 2278 1923; (p. 36)
1 The New Neighbor i "All was happiness at Phloxville.", J. B. D. , 1923 single work poetry
— Appears in: The Bulletin , 7 June vol. 44 no. 2260 1923; (p. 19)
1 The Super-Sport i "It's delightful to go hunting where the eager kangaroo bounds briskly o'er the arid out-back plains;", J. B. D. , 1923 single work poetry
— Appears in: The Bulletin , 31 May vol. 44 no. 2259 1923; (p. 31)
1 Autumn on a Beach i "Fair ladies' legs than in the Spring were white,", J. B. D. , 1923 single work poetry
— Appears in: The Bulletin , 8 March vol. 44 no. 2247 1923; (p. 17)
1 The New Patriotism i "Dip your badge, Digger, try to hide that limp", J. B. D. , 1923 single work poetry
— Appears in: The Bulletin , 1 February vol. 44 no. 2242 1923; (p. 13)
1 With the Kilkennys i ""Gone away! Gone away! Yoicks! Don't jump on the hounds!", J. B. D. , 1923 single work poetry
— Appears in: The Bulletin , 12 April vol. 44 no. 2252 1923; (p. 31)
1 How We Beat the Mortgage i "What! Tell you a sporty story, dears? Well, gather round the pew.", J. B. D. , 1922 single work poetry
— Appears in: The Bulletin , 16 March vol. 43 no. 2196 1922; (p. 38)
1 The Case for Nationalism i "We've had our little scandals, like most ultra-righteous folk", J. B. D. , 1922 single work poetry
— Appears in: The Bulletin , 26 January vol. 43 no. 2189 1922; (p. 9)
1 The Last of the Squoires i "'E be passing, 'e be passing, be the good owd English squoire,", J. B. D. , 1922 single work poetry
— Appears in: The Bulletin , 12 January vol. 43 no. 2187 1922; (p. 36)
1 Clerical Charity i "'Twas 2 p.m. on a red-hot day.", J. B. D. , 1921 single work poetry
— Appears in: The Bulletin , 28 April vol. 42 no. 2150 1921; (p. 14)
1 The Seaside Burglar J. B. D. , 1921 single work short story humour
— Appears in: The Bulletin , 14 April vol. 42 no. 2148 1921; (p. 56)
1 Indefatigable Aunt Imogen J. B. D. , 1921 single work short story humour science fiction
— Appears in: The Home , (Autumn) 1 March vol. 2 no. 1 1921; (p. 7, 52)
1 Birthday Reflections i "As a simple Hartley miner (and could anything be finer?)", J. B. D. , 1921 single work poetry
— Appears in: The Bulletin , 21 July vol. 42 no. 2162 1921; (p. 9)
1 The Blind Men i "They do not see the old and broken man", J. B. D. , 1921 single work poetry
— Appears in: The Bulletin , 10 March vol. 42 no. 2143 1921; (p. 14)
1 The Disadvantage of Being Jones i "He may have been a hero or he may have been a cur:", J. B. D. , 1921 single work poetry
— Appears in: The Bulletin , 3 November vol. 42 no. 2177 1921; (p. 9)
1 The Humanitarians i "Behind their marks the sportsmen lounge and talk of gentle deeds", J. B. D. , 1921 single work poetry
— Appears in: The Bulletin , 20 October vol. 42 no. 2175 1921; (p. 38)
1 The Vicarious Hero i "Now this is the story of Karpitte Nite, the patriot M.L.A.", J. B. D. , 1921 single work poetry satire
— Appears in: The Bulletin , 6 October vol. 42 no. 2173 1921; (p. 9)
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