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Issue Details: First known date: 1983... 1983 Gold Fever and Other Diseases : The Life and Rhymes of a Ten Quid Immigrant
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Notes

  • Contents indexed selectively.

Contents

* Contents derived from the Salmon Gums, Esperance area, Southeast Western Australia, Western Australia,:Peter Blyth , 1983 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Getting Outi"Now I'm not much of a sailor", Peter Blyth , single work poetry (p. 10-11)
Tale of a Dogi"Got meself a bloody sheep dog;", Peter Blyth , single work poetry (p. 17-18)
Reason to Crowi"I was farming out the backblocks,", Peter Blyth , single work poetry (p. 19-20)
The West Coast Vulturesi"You can talk about football and games that are rough;", Peter Blyth , single work poetry (p. 22-23)
The Bungaroo Rami"The biggest ram I ever shore", Peter Blyth , single work poetry (p. 29-31)
A Copper's Jobi"A thousand times he's walked this beat", Peter Blyth , single work poetry (p. 42-43)
The Man from West Kambaldai"There was movement at the Regent, for the word had passed around,", Peter Blyth , single work poetry (p. 62-64)
The Talking Groundi"There's a dreaded sound in the underground", Peter Blyth , single work poetry (p. 78-79)
Unwelcome Pestsi"There are two kinds of pest", Peter Blyth , single work poetry (p. 91-92)
Truckin' Troublei"I'd worked for ten years underground, I thought I'd like a spell;", Peter Blyth , single work poetry (p. 100-101)
The Size of the Dogi"Now Paddy was rather fond of the grog,", Peter Blyth , single work poetry (p. 103-104)
A Fast Horsei"Now Bill and Joe would often go out to the local races,", Peter Blyth , single work poetry (p. 106-107)
New Land Shearing Shedi"The day they shore the wethers", Peter Blyth , single work poetry (p. 109-110)
The Best at Everythingi"You'll meet him everywhere you go;", Peter Blyth , single work poetry (p. 112-113)
Our Water's Freei"I walked into a Goldfields pub - a town where I once worked;", Peter Blyth , single work poetry (p. 115-116)
Rough Geari"Me machines ain't the best - they're worst in the West", Peter Blyth , single work poetry (p. 118-119)
The Farmin' Gamei"Worked on the mines and I saved all me dough;", Peter Blyth , single work poetry (p. 120-121)
Poverty Down the Lanei"There's a name that's been causing us pain,", Peter Blyth , single work poetry (p. 123-124)
The Lanei"It's the best bloody season we've had here in years,", Peter Blyth , single work poetry (p. 125-126)
Poverty Lane Remainsi"Poverty Lane remains!", Peter Blyth , single work poetry (p. 127)

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