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Only those works with Australian content in this volume have been individually indexed. Other stories include: 'An Ali Baba of the Veldt: A Transvaal Story' by John S. Martin; 'The Great Invasion Plot' by Walter Rhodes; 'The Master Pilot' by J. Owen; 'The Merchants' Cup' by David W. Bone; 'Scout and Savage' by D. H. Parry; 'Waterloo' by Sir John Kincaid; 'The Round-Up' by Arthur O. Cooke; 'Healing the Feud' by Herbert Strang; and 'The Battle of the Nile' by Robert Southey.
Editor's note: 'Some of the pieces in this collection appeared first in my Annual. H. S.'
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Tells the story of the stockman, Two-Handed Dick, and how he defeats a rampaging bull and later a group Aboriginal Australians with a musket in one hand and an axe in the other, the latter incident giving rise to his nickname.