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Issue Details: First known date: 1904... no. 70 December 1904 of The School Paper for Classes V and VI est. 1898 School Paper for Classes V and VI
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  • Only literary material by Australian authors is individually indexed.

    Other material in this issue includes:

    • Editor's Note: 'The Cricket' method of observing how crickets make sound, 169; 'Annual Demonstration of State School Swimming Clubs' report of March competition with photograph: 'Prize Winners of the Albert Park State School at the Combined Schools' Swimming Display, 1904 [showing students] L. M. Roberts, W. Claringbold, N. Warren, H. Mendoza, T. Richardson and D. Pritchard' 174-176.
    • Poetry: 'Christmas Bells' by American poet Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (q.v.) 161]; 'The Strange Child's Christmas' (unattributed) translated from German in Children's Hour, SA, 167; 'The Proud Cricketer' from Fry's Magazine by English poet [Edward] Harold Begbie (1871-1929) 170; 'A Happy New Year' (unattributed) five line stanza, 173; 'At Christmas Time' (unattributed) eight line poem, 176.
    • Fiction: 'Santa Claus's Pony' extract from St. Nicholas Christmas Party by Ella F. Mosby with stereograph lent by A. K. Zimmerman, Australasian representative of Underwood and Underwood: 'Modern Belgium: A Street in Ostend, a Seaport in the Province of West Flanders' with two (unattributed) illustrations: 'Ancient Greek Coin (Corinthian)' and 'Philip II, King of Spain', [161]-166; 'Two Views of Christmas' extract from A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens (q.v.) 167-169.
    • Prose: 'The Use of the Navy to You' continuation of extracts by H. F. Wyatt, honorary secretary of the Navy League with photograph: 'British War Vessels at the Port Melbourne Pier, May 1901' by A. J. Relph, 170-173; 'An Elephant's Faithfulness' extract from Under the Sun by Phil Robinson, 176.
    • Supplement: 'Entrance to the Teaching Service: New Conditions' (unattributed) [1]-2; 'Contents' for 1904 issues, i-iv.


* Contents derived from the 1904 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
The Ancient Spiriti"Now wakes the ancient spirit", single work poetry (p. 174)
Note: Poem first appeared in an issue of The Argus

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Literary material by Australian authors in this issue:
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