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Issue Details: First known date: 1940... no. 480 May 1940 of The School Paper : Grades V and VI est. 1912 The School Paper : Grades V and VI
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  • Only literary material by Australian authors individually indexed.

    Other material in this issue includes:

    • First page picture: 'Summer Pastures' [49].
    • Poetry: 'Homes of the Empire : The Motherland: 'England' by A.H.Clough, 'Scotland' by Robert Burns, 'Ireland' by E. Falconer, 'Wales' by Evan Jones, 62; The Nations Overseas: 'Canada' by R.Stanley Weir, 'New Zealand' by Ernest Currie, 'South Africa' by Mary Byron, illus., 63-64.
    • Drama: 'The Knave of Hearts on Trial' drawings by Marna Fitchett (q.v.), dramatised from Lewis Carroll's Alice in Wonderland, 53-56.
    • Prose: 'Australia at Work : No.4. Beef Cattle', illustrated by Dick Ovenden (q.v.) 60-61; 'Notes for Bird Lovers' by Gould League of Bird Lovers, 58; 'Alcohol as a Helper' (unattributed), 59-60; 'Billy the Calf' (unattributed), 60.
    • Song: 'So Fairies Dance' a folk tune by Kate Forman, 64.


* Contents derived from the 1940 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Tales of Wild Animals, 4 : Chut, the Kangaroo, Dorothy Cottrell , extract children's fiction children's (p. 50-52)
The Meeting-Pool : I, The First Meeting The First Meeting : At Which It is Decided that the White Man Must Be Stopped, Mervyn Skipper , single work children's fiction children's
The animals of a small island near Borneo have gathered at the meeting-pool because they are worried the white man is cutting down the jungle.
(p. 56-57)
Note: With title: The Meeting-Pool : I, The First Meeting.
Homes of the Empire : The Nations Overseas : Australiai"You may sing of the Shamrock, the Thistle and Rose,", Henry Lawson , extract poetry (p. 63)

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Literary material by Australian authors in this issue:
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