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y separately published work icon The Kia-Ora Coo-ee periodical issue  
Issue Details: First known date: 1918... vol. 2 no. 4 15 October 1918 of The Kia-Ora Coo-ee est. 1918 The Kia-Ora Coo-ee
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Contents

* Contents derived from the 1918 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
The Cook-House, A. B. Paterson , single work short story war literature humour
A humorous sketch about an army cook and his assistant. Appeared in the Kia-Ora Coo-ee with an accompanying cartoon by David Barker.
(p. 2-3)
So Long, Egypt!, 'First Major' , single work short story war literature
A sketch about wounded soldiers who were returning to Australia.
(p. 3)
Light Horse Anthemi"We are the mobile forces,", 'Bitten' , single work poetry war literature humour (p. 4)
To Baghdad by River, F. H. Wickham , single work non-fiction war literature travel (p. 7)
The Jollywogs of the Jordan, 'Jerry Ko' , single work column war literature humour
A humorous sketch about imaginary creatures supposedly native to the Jordan Valley. This article was probably intended as a spoof on Charles Barrett's 'Nature Studies in Palestine' columns which had appeared in earlier issues of the Kia-Ora Coo-ee. Includes cartoons of the various 'Jollywogs'.
(p. 9)
The Bivvy Beautiful, 'Corporal Geebung' , single work column war literature humour
A humorous sketch about a group of soldiers who were ordered to construct bivvies (field sleeping quarters).
(p. 9)
To My Old Pants : An Appreciationi"So now you're done, my good old pants!", B. D. , single work poetry war literature humour (p. 10)
Battling Burberry Dinisi"He's not a noble-looking beast, though stout of hide and heart;", 'Koolawarra' , single work poetry war literature (p. 12)
Shorty's Plum Duff, '2469' , single work short story war literature humour
A humorous story about the theft of a plum duff which 'Shorty' had received in a parcel from home.
(p. 14)
Talaat Ed Dummi"There's a spot on the road every Billjim should know,", R. C. Turner , single work poetry war literature (p. 14)
Billo's Sleuth Stunt, 'Ack-Vic-Ack' , single work short story war literature humour
An overzealous 'Billo' shadows a supposed spy who turns out to be an Australian transport driver from Cairo.
(p. 17)
Slaves of the Bell, single work short story war literature humour
A humorous sketch on army communications.
(p. 17)
Back to the Stone Age, 'First Major' , single work short story war literature humour
A humorous story set in Egypt in 1923 during a severe paper shortage.
(p. 18)
Past and Presenti"Old tracks are blurred by the wind and sand,", 'Gerardy' , single work poetry war literature (p. 19)
Old Bob's Dogmas, J. H. H. , single work short story war literature humour
A short story about a soldier who had an emphatic simple opinion on everthing.
(p. 19)
'Pay! Pay! Pay!', 'Dalma' , single work short story war literature humour
A group of Australian soldiers on leave in Cairo are grumbling about a pay sergeant who refuses to give them an advance, until they meet a mate who had better luck.
(p. 19)
Our Ideas, 'Sarg.' , single work short story war literature humour
A group of soldiers observing allied anti-aircraft gunnery discuss highly improbable 'improvements'.
(p. 20)

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