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Issue Details: First known date: 1912... vol. 11 no. 62 June 1912 of The Lone Hand est. 1907 The Lone Hand
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Contents

* Contents derived from the 1912 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Youth to Agei"Out of childhood's leisure", J. L. Ranken , single work poetry (p. xxvi)
The Wavei"On the edge of the grey-green sea, where the brown weed curls in the swell,", Enid Derham , single work poetry (p. xxviii)
A Football Player.i"If I could paint you, friend, as you stand there,", Edward Cracroft Lefroy , single work poetry (p. xxviii)
Ghostsi"Dear, has daylight come so soon?", A. R. Ropes , single work poetry (p. xxviii)
A Ballad of Queenslandi"Oh, don't you remember black Alice, Sam Holt,", Ironbark , single work poetry (p. xxiv,xxvi)
Gras Nobisi"The day is dawning, the ocean calls us,", Enid Derham , single work poetry (p. xxviii)
Untitled, single work review
— Review of Dream Horses and Other Verses J. L. Ranken , 1912 selected work poetry ;
(p. xxvi)
Ironbark Splinters, single work review
— Review of Ironbark Splinters from the Australian Bush G. Herbert Gibson , 1912 selected work poetry ;
(p. xxiv,xxvi)
Drawn Blind, John Westland Hay , single work novel crime (p. 95-103)
The Stranger's Box, H. E. Riemann , single work short story (p. 104-108)
My Thoughtsi"My thoughts are like the wind. They go beyond", Mabel Forrest , single work poetry (p. 109)
Nerida, the Water Lily, K. Langloh Parker , single work short story (p. 110-113)
Reincarnationi"'How flowers flaunt their immortality", Arthur H. Adams , single work poetry (p. 113)
Slumber Towni"I have neither sock nor boot on,", D. M. Ross , single work poetry (p. 130)
Bambsie, Robert Hendon , single work short story (p. 139-145)
Reminderi"It's I was sad at parting, but the red heart from my breast", Dorothea Mackellar , single work poetry (p. 145)
The Sacred Slug, R. O'Flaherty , single work short story (p. 146-150)
Barrios : Consul for Galatia, James Edmond , single work short story (p. 159-176)
Rough Riding, Chas P. Smith , single work short story (p. 177-179)
Robert Dudley Adams, Bertram Stevens , single work obituary (p. 180-182)

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Notes:
Includes the third instalment of Edward Dyson's Billy Bluegum, or, Back to the Bush, pp.114-122
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