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Issue Details: First known date: 1899... vol. IV no. 44 December 1899 of The School Paper for Class III est. 1896 The School Paper for Class III
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Notes

  • Only literary material by Australian authors individually indexed.

    Other material in this issue includes:

    • Poetry: 'Piccola' by Celia Thaxter, [161]-162; 'Wait a Bit' (unattributed), 166.
    • Fiction: 'A Christmas Party' (illustrated), (unattributed), 162-164; 'Pussy's Clas' (illustrated), (unattributed), 168-169; 'The Prize Poppy' (illustrated), (unatributed), 169-172.
    • Prose: 'Children in Korea' (illustrated) adapted from 'The Children's Paper' 164-166; 'The Oldest Paper-Makers' (illustrated), (unattributed), 166-168.
    • News and Notes: Including 'Worms in Water Pipes', 'Bringing in the Hay' and 'Snake-killing Terrier' follow on from last issue, 172-174.
    • Song: 'Rule, Britannia' by James Thomson (1700-1748) and Dr. Arne, 175-176.
  • Preceding or following each piece is a short glossary of the longer words, as well as notes about people and places mentioned and comments on the metre of poetry.

Contents

* Contents derived from the 1899 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
The Sun is Gone Downi"The sun is gone down, and the moon's in the sky", George Macdonald , single work poetry (p. 174)

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