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Issue Details: First known date: 1980... vol. 101 no. 5243 23-30 December 1980 of The Bulletin est. 1880 The Bulletin
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In the Droving Daysi""Only a pound," said the auctioneer,", A. B. Paterson , 1891 single work poetry (p. 76-77)
Brigalow Micki"A dandy old horseman is Brigalow Mick-", Breaker Morant , 1892 single work poetry (p. 77)
Jimmy Wood : A Bar-Room Balladi"There came a lonely Briton to the town,", Barcroft Boake , 1892 single work poetry (p. 77)
Featherstonhaughi"Brookong station lay half-asleep", Barcroft Boake , 1892 single work poetry (p. 78-79)
When Your Pants Begin to Goi"When you wear a cloudy collar and shirt that isn't white,", Henry Lawson , 1892 single work poetry (p. 79)
The Man from Ironbarki"It was the man from Ironbark who struck the Sydney town,", A. B. Paterson , 1892 single work poetry humour (p. 80)
Rats, Henry Lawson , 1893 single work short story humour
Three travelling shearers encounter a swagman, 'Rats', having a fight with his swag.
(p. 81-82)
Challis, the Doubter : The White Lady and the Brown Woman, Louis Becke , 1893 single work short story Challis the Doubter (p. 83-86)
How Gilbert Diedi"There's never a stone at the sleeper's head,", A. B. Paterson , 1894 single work poetry (p. 85)
In the Days When the World was Widei"The world is narrow and ways are short, and our lives are dull and slow,", Henry Lawson , 1894 single work poetry (p. 86-87)
Saltbush Billi"Now this is the law of the Overland that all in the West obey,", A. B. Paterson , 1894 single work poetry

The character of "Saltbush Bill" is introduced in this poem as a drover of sheep along "the track of the Overland", who stretches the "the law of the Great Stock Routes" by allowing his sheep to make use of all the good grass they find. On the occasion described in the poem, Bill's sheep have spread across a squatter's property. A Jackaroo arrives and attempts to drive the sheep back into the accepted "space of the half-mile track". An argument and then fight ensues between Bill and the Jackaroo, and, while Bill concedes after a marathon fight, in the end he achieves his aim of finding his sheep a good feed.

(p. 87-88)
Much a Little Whilei"'Love me little, love me long' -", Breaker Morant , 1894 single work poetry (p. 88)
Steelman, Henry Lawson , 1895 single work short story humour
Describes how Steelman would inflict himself on a family and resist all efforts to dislodge him.
(p. 89)
The Wedding at Our Selection, 'Steele Rudd' , 1895 single work short story humour (p. 90-91)
When Brother Peetree Prayed : A Recollectioni"'Twas a sleepy little chapel by a wattled hill erected,", Edward Dyson , 1895 single work poetry (p. 91)
A Tree that Grew Awry , Roderic Quinn , 1896 single work short story (p. 92-94)
The Tin-Pot Milli"Quite a proud an' happy man is Finn the packer", Edward Dyson , 1896 single work poetry (p. 94-95)
How the 'Fire-King' Crossed the Swampi"The flood was down in the Wilga Swamps, three feet over the mud,", Glenrowan , 1896 single work poetry How the Fire Queen Crossed the Swamp (p. 95-96)
Dawnward? : The Campfires of the Losti"Who will may see, on plains around,", Danton , 1896 single work poetry (p. 96)
A Dissolution of Partnership , John Drayman , 1896 single work short story (p. 96-97)

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