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Issue Details: First known date: 1888... vol. 1 no. 3 October 1888 of The Centennial Magazine est. 1888 The Centennial Magazine
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* Contents derived from the 1888 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
The Harvest and the Honey Gums, Donald MacDonald , 1888 single work non-fiction (p. 129-136)
The University of Melbourne, John Steele Robertson , 1888 single work essay (p. 137-142)
Sketches in Paul and Virginia Land, George Gordon McCrae , 1888 single work non-fiction travel (p. 154-164)
Alas! Alas for Yesterdayi"IN the idle hours of yesterday!", Sydney Jephcott , 1888 single work poetry (p. 164)
Charles and Oliveri"Two children met - four years and five-", H.P. , 1888 single work poetry (p. 186)
Contrastsi"THE winter wind blew keenly,", Proteus , 1888 single work poetry (p. 194)
Chattermagery, Harry Saint Maur , 1888 single work column (p. 195-199)
Reply to J. Steele Robertson's 'To a Lady Undergrad.', Mrs. Sputterby , 1888 single work correspondence

Mrs. Sputterby takes issue with the sexist attitudes in J. Steele Robertson's poem and concludes, 'Therefore, girls, you who in the face of such awful threats dare to improve your minds, all I can say to you is this - cast not your pearls before swains.'

(p. 200) Section: Our Open Columns
Antipathies, Dilettante , 1888 single work correspondence (p. 200) Section: Our Open Columns

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