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Issue Details: First known date: 1897... vol. 17 no. 884 23 January 1897 of The Bulletin est. 1880 The Bulletin
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* Contents derived from the 1897 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
The Death of God i"God had a dream", Stefan von Kotze , single work poetry (p. 2) Section: The Red Page
The Men Who Went Before (an Answer to Lawson's Tale of the Men Who Come Behind) i"And it doesn't strike you, Lawson, that "the men who come behind"", L. M. D. , single work poetry humour (p. 3)
A Little Mistakei"'Tis a yarn I heard of a new-chum "trap"", Henry Lawson , single work poetry (p. 3)
Untitledi"To a heartless greed for wealth the money-making men are urged,", single work poetry satire (p. 7)
Untitledi"The good Judge went to London -", single work poetry humour (p. 7)
Untitledi"The HERALD is a paper published every day in Sydney", single work poetry satire (p. 10)
The Old Girlsi"The old girls are never old;", Thor D , single work poetry (p. 11)
The Baldhead's Girl i"A hairless tract his scalp displayed", Edmund Fisher , single work poetry (p. 11)
The Dream of Margareti"It fell upon a summer night;", Victor J. Daley , single work poetry (p. 27)
An Idyll of a King , Thorold Waters , single work short story (p. 28)
A Bridal Party and a Dog, Omega , single work short story (p. 28)
The Men Who Blazed the Track The Men Who Blazed the Track : A Toasti"Since the toasts for the absent are over,", Glenrowan , single work poetry (p. 28)

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