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Issue Details: First known date: 1950... vol. 71 no. 3647 4 January 1950 of The Bulletin est. 1880 The Bulletin
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* Contents derived from the 1950 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
The Elkin Ring, single work review
— Review of Songs of the Songmen : Aboriginal Myths Retold 1949 anthology short story ;
(p. 2) Section: The Red Page
In the Old Storyi"In the old story", J. Shewcroft , single work poetry (p. 4)
Ixion in Camdeni"Today, my hunting eye beheld", Hugh McCrae , single work poetry (p. 4)
Toppled Pinesi"What is the reason, pray", William Hart-Smith , single work poetry (p. 4)
St. David's Park, Hobarti"It has a gum-tree", Vivian Smith , single work poetry (p. 4)
Totemsi"This page be cursed... it is the worst page", John Blight , single work poetry (p. 4)
The Log of a Leprechaun, Shane Warwick , single work short story humour (p. 4)
The Fleeting Dutchmani"`It's time to draw the Holland blind,'", Swilliam , single work poetry satire (p. 10)
A Tricky Questioni"As fodder it has never quite been classified patrician,", S. W. K. , single work poetry satire (p. 11)
Middleback Rangei"Crouching with bellies flat on the vast plain -", Colin Thiele , single work poetry (p. 12)
Wind in the Tea-Treei"The self-same sun goes down- how strange!-", Guy Innes , single work poetry (p. 13)
Rhyme of Backyard Antsi"In our backyard", Bellerive , single work poetry (p. 22)
Frontal Attacki"In olden days when from his lair", Bert , single work poetry humour (p. 26)
Old Bore's Almanack for 1950, Bo , single work prose humour (p. 26)
Reservedi"Her lips are thin and sullen and her nose is like a beak,", P. O. M. C. , single work poetry humour (p. 26)

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