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Issue Details: First known date: 1907... vol. 28 no. 1436 22 August 1907 of The Bulletin est. 1880 The Bulletin
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* Contents derived from the 1907 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
The Trend that Didn't : Chapter III : from the Frying-Pan into the Chimney, Hunt Coleman , J. M. Leape , single work short story humour (p. 2) Section: The Red Page
The Pale Workeri"Lo! yonder I see the pale worker,", B. Paul Neuman , Morris Rosenfeld , single work poetry (p. 2) Section: The Red Page
The How and Whyi"Far amid the Asian mountains,", P.J.H. , single work poetry (p. 3)
My True Love is in Towni"Grey the meadows are to me,", Arthur H. Adams , single work poetry (p. 3)
The Girli"And, after coming all this way,", Kodak , single work poetry humour (p. 3)
Why Jones Didn't Leave "Home"i"John Jones, who was an Englishman, informed his wife that he", Tom Beasley , single work poetry (p. 7)
The Curtain Fallsi"Where is the tree", Roderic Quinn , single work poetry (p. 9)
The Man-Machinei"There's sweat upon the brow of him who lumps the bulging jute", Frank Henty , single work poetry (p. 10)
Willie-Boy to Gussiei"Oh, dash it all! This is a bit too rough.", Cripps Clark , single work poetry satire (p. 11)
An Alphabetical Australian Anecdote - by the Boundary-Rideri"A was an ant of the sojer sort", Ironbark , single work poetry humour (p. 13)
A Sundowner's Songi"Come, mates we'll tramp the open track,", Louis Esson , single work poetry (p. 14)
Unbending Benti"Most grateful news for Melbourne ears -", Silas Snell , single work poetry humour (p. 16)
'Eavy Burdensi"O, see the pore ol' husbandman with burdens on his back -", Frank Henty , single work poetry (p. 20)
The Last Tallyi"His hard face now is calm and pale,", Metua , single work poetry humour (p. 24)
High Falutin'i"Now ev'ry good old-fashioned word,", Nulla , single work poetry humour (p. 30)
The Three Questsi"For a thousand miles as the black crow flies, and a full three-score beside,", C. G. A. Colles , single work poetry (p. 43)
The Drunkenness of Michael Strood, G. Bron , single work short story (p. 43)
A Bit of London, Albert Dorrington , single work short story travel (p. 44)
The Hati"Take off the lid of England - let us gaze in the seething vat;", Grant Madison Hervey , single work poetry (p. 44)

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