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Issue Details: First known date: 1936... 16 April 1936 of The Queenslander est. 1866 The Queenslander
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* Contents derived from the 1936 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Hebe...Redivivusi"Hebe herself!...Can it be thirty", Den , single work poetry (p. 3)
Which of Them Had : The Last Laugh?, Edith Dithmack , single work short story
A wealthy elderly man uncovers a plot to rob him, but his attempts to foil the robbers nearly end in disaster.
(p. 5, 44-45)
A Pipe of Tobacco, Roger Steele (fl. 1936) , single work short story
One man sits beside another on a park bench in Sydney, and tells him a story about a 'Portagee' and of theft, drunkenness and murder on a boat to Townsville.
(p. 8,9)
The Story Behind a Barcoo Grave and Headstone, William Lees , single work column
An article on the short life of Richard Wellford who came to Australia in 1863. He and a friend, William Cole, travelled from Sydney to Rockhampton and then west to work on Rule and Lacey's station. The two then split up to work and later built a slab hut on their holding near the Barcoo River beside a waterhole used for fishing by the Indigenous People. Welford went droving and made friends with 'Kangaroo', a former native blacktracker, and brought him back to the station. When Welford and a stockman were murdered, Kangaroo was blamed and a punitive party organised. The local Indigenous People were slaughtered and much later 'Kangaroo' was also killed.
(p. 13)

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