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Issue Details: First known date: 1895... 1895 The Chronicle
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* Contents derived from the Adelaide, South Australia,:J. L. Bonython , version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
The Scorn of Her Eyes, Anne Sweetapple , single work short story (p. 15-16)
Is Life Worth Living?, Anne Sweetapple , single work short story (p. 18 - 19)
Strong Delusion, Anne Sweetapple , single work short story (p. 20-21)
Never to Know, Anne Sweetapple , single work short story (p. 45)

Publication Details of Only Known VersionEarliest 2 Known Versions of

First known date: 1895

Works about this Work

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The Chronicle : With Which Is Incorporated the Weekly Mail and the Christmas Chronicle
Vol. 38, no. 1937 (5 Oct. 1895)-v. 118, no. 5593 (Sept. 26, 1975)
Observer (Adelaide, S. Aust.); South Australian Chronicle
From vol. 73, no. 3873 (26 Feb. 1931) subtitled: With Which Are Incorporated the Observer and Weekly Mail.
Supplements accompany some issues. In some years one of the December issues was called the Christmas Chronicle and included a pictorial insert also called the Christmas Chronicle.

Has serialised

Blue Homestead, Mavis Thorpe Clark , single work children's fiction children's

A group of schoolboys become entangled in the activities of a group of smugglers (including two wanted fugitives from Malaysia).

Tim at Wallaby Hill Guest in Danger, Mavis Thorpe Clark , single work children's fiction children's

Siblings Pippa, Alan, and Lynne Dawson and their friends Mick and Rob are staying in a Sydney boarding house. While swimming one day, they save an injured English boy from drowning, and hear footsteps running away. While they decided what to do, they take him to recover in their boarding house. The boy proves to have amnesia, and the Dawson family take him to their home at Wallaby Hill. Subsequent adventures include Tim winning a game of rugby for Alan's team (despite not being able to remember if he'd ever played before), attacks on Tim in the street, an abduction by Tim's 'Uncle Albert', Tim running away to keep his friends safe and finding work on an outback farm, a reuniting with the Dawsons, the recovery of Tim's memory after he is deliberately kicked in the head during an important rugby game, embezzlement, and the final confrontation with the would-be assassins, whom 'Tim' lets go after making them promise that they will become good citizens.

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