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R. J. Cassidy R. J. Cassidy i(A6527 works by) (a.k.a. Robert John Cassidy)
Also writes as: Gilrooney ; R. J. C. ; 'Gil'
Born: Established: 1880 Coolac, Gundagai area, Southeastern NSW, New South Wales, ; Died: Ceased: 1948
Gender: Male
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R. J. Cassidy was the editor of the Broken Hill newspaper Sport in the early years of the twentieth century.

Most Referenced Works


  • Cassidy wrote the words of 'The Road to Jugiong' (Melb: Allan, 1940), music by J. S. Steele.

Personal Awards

1907 second place New South Wales Bookstall Literary Competition Best humorous verse for 'The Pledge of the Native Dog'
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