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Issue Details: First known date: 1909... vol. 5 no. 28 August 1909 of The Lone Hand est. 1907 The Lone Hand
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* Contents derived from the 1909 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
The Trioleti"Easy is the triolet,", W. S. Henley , single work poetry (p. xxxvi)
Villanellei"It's all a trick, quite easy when you know it,", Walter E. Sleat , single work poetry (p. xxxiv)
The Great Australian Poet, Bernard O'Dowd , single work column (p. xxxiv)
Sonnet to Orderi"A sonnet would you have? Know you, my pet,", Henry Cuyler Bunner , single work poetry (p. xxxvi)
The Journey of the Toesi"There were ten little fellows who started one day", single work poetry (p. xlii)
Consciousness, Oliver Wendell Holmes , single work prose (p. xliv)
Story of the Abrolhos, Lionel Lindsay , single work short story historical fiction (p. 357-367)
Galahad Jones, Arthur H. Adams , single work novel (p. 371-380)
Magici"Crawling up the hillside,", Dorothea Mackellar , single work poetry (p. 380)
Unclose Season for Vegetarians, Norman Lindsay , single work short story humour (p. 392-393)
The Broken Vane, H. C. McKay , single work short story (p. 401-404)
Songi"They have been here and had this light", Robert Crawford , single work poetry (p. 404)
A Bush Embassy, H. E. Riemann , single work short story (p. 410-414)
The Deathless Godsi"Like a young lover (who as yet doth feel", Hugh McCrae , single work poetry (p. 429)
The Wasps Funnel, Aldridge Evelyn , single work short story humour (p. 430-435)
?i"Was it you-yourself-or the spring you touched", Mabel Forrest , single work poetry (p. 435)
Black Swansi""KAT-EE-YURK! Kat-ee-yurk!" the black swans cry,", E. S. Emerson , single work poetry (p. 436)
The Wreath on Nero's Gravei"Mid all the clamor of conflicting cries", Essyllt H. Griffiths , single work poetry (p. 445)
Guarding Our Northern Gate, Veronica , single work short story (p. 446-448)
On Paper, Stefan von Kotze , single work short story (p. 449-451)

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