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Issue Details: First known date: 1909... no. 125 December 1909 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:

    • First page picture: 'A Romantic Spot: Werribee Gorge, Bacchus Marsh, Victoria' (unattributed) accompanying poem: 'A Christmas Carmen', [161].
    • Poetry: 'A Christmas Carmen' by American poet John Greenleaf Whittier (q.v.) with (unattributed) photograph: 'A Romantic Spot: Werribee Gorge, Bacchus Marsh, Victoria' [161]-162; 'Christmas Bells' by American poet Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (q.v.) 167; 'The End of the Play' extract by William Makepeace Thackeray (q.v.) with (unattributed) illustration: 'W. M. Thackeray', 173-174; 'Christmas Bells' (unattributed) 176; 'God's Plan in Life' by English poet Robert Browning (q.v.) 176.
    • Fiction: 'Christmas in Germany' extract from the Children's Friend by Estelle with (unattributed) illustration: 'At the Christmas Tree', 162-164; 'Christmas Day' extract from The Sketch Book by American author Washington Irving (q.v.) with two (unattributed) illustrations: '"They Remained for a Moment"' and '"He Concluded by Urging his Hearers to Stand to the Traditional Customs of Their Fathers"', 164-167; 'How Santa Claus Came to Simpson's Bar' extract from The Luck of Roaring Camp and Other Stories by American author Bret Harte (q.v.) with (unattributed) signed illustration of Harte, 171-173; 'Our Duty to Others' (unattributed) dialogue, 176.
    • Non-Fiction: 'The South Channel, Port Phillip Bay' by E. B. Wilson of the Mountain View State School near Poowong with (unattributed) map of Port Phillip Bay area and three (unattributed) photographs: 'The American Fleet in the South Channel, Steaming Eastward', 'The Pile Light' and 'The South Channel Lighthouse' the latter lent by Mr E. Ruddock, 167-171.
    • Prose: 'Weighty Words' by English clergyman and author Dean Stanley (1815-1881) 174-175.
    • Supplement: 'Valuable Information for the Boys and Girls of Classes V and VI' (unattributed) outline of forthcoming scholarships, exhibitions, continuation schools and agricultural high schools, [1]-4; 'Hagelthorn Scholarships' offered by the Hon. F. Hagelthorn, MLC, Minister of Public Instruction with entry form, 5-6; 'University Practising School' notes the opening early in 1910 of a practising school for training teachers with 'Form of Application for Admission' by the Secretary, Education Department, Melbourne, 7-8.
    • Notices: 'The A.N.A. Exhibition' promoted by the Australian Natives' Association, on 31st Jan will have a section for children's work, 175.

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