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Issue Details: First known date: 1918... vol. 8 no. 9 1 August 1918 of The Lone Hand est. 1907 The Lone Hand
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Contents

* Contents derived from the 1918 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Little Miss Anzac, 1918 single work review
— Review of Little Miss Anzac : The True Story of an Australian Doll Ada A. Holman , 1917 single work children's fiction ;
(p. 370)
Those Were the Days!, 1918 single work review
— Review of 'Those Were the Days' : Being Reminiscences of Australian Artists and Writers.... George A. Taylor , 1918 single work prose biography ;
(p. 370)
The Parasite, George Scott , 1918 single work short story (p. 371)
The Tragedy : A Dirgei"Oh, I never felt so wretched, and things never looked so blue", Henry Lawson , 1918 single work poetry humour

Originally published in 1918 as part of an advertising campaign for Heenzo (Hean's Essence), a coughs, colds, croup and catarrh remedy. The advertisement, which appeared around Australia and New Zealand, comprised six poems - 'The Tragedy' (Henry Lawson), 'A Repudiation' (J. W. Gordon), 'A Confession' (Mrs Stan Roberts), 'Another Confession' (Harley Cohen) and 'Absolution - For the Woman' and 'Forgiveness - For the Strollers' (both by Lawson under the pseudonym, 'Arry).

The advertisement was republished 1934 and again in 1944. Additional copy for the 1944 Bulletin reprint records:

Famous advertisement repeated after twenty-eight years in response to many request from all parts of Australia... The above poems ['The Tragedy' and 'A Repudiation'] caused Mrs Stan Roberts and Mr Harley Cohen to write the following poems, then Henry Lawson replied with 'Absolution' and 'Forgiveness' (5 July 1944, p.28).

(p. 373)
Captain Knyvett, 1918 single work biography (p. 373)
Fisher's Last Mani"Who'll be the man to take the booby prize,", 1918 single work poetry (p. 374)
Springi"A wattle spray for an August morning -", 1918 single work poetry (p. 374)
An Irish Heart, 1918 single work review
— Review of An Irish Heart David McKee Wright , 1918 selected work poetry ;
(p. 374)
Furs and Bandagesi"The ways of France were bleak and cold,", 1918 single work poetry (p. 375)
Nights in No Man's Land, R. Hugh Knyvett , 1918 single work short story war literature (p. 379-381)
The Revolt of Mrs Gummer, Abbie Allen , 1918 single work short story (p. 382)
Christmas and Aunt Elizabeth, J. Clunies Ross , 1918 single work short story humour (p. 383-384)
The Hairdresser, 1918 single work short story (p. 387)

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