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Issue Details: First known date: 1914... no. 190 June 1914 of The School Paper : Grades V and VI est. 1912 School Paper : Grades V and VI : Arbor Day Number
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  • Only literary material by Australian authors is individually indexed.

    Other material in this issue includes:

    • First page picture: 'The Blackwood Tree of Victoria and Tasmania' photograph lent by Mr A. W. Crooke, State Forests Department accompanying poem: 'Arbor Day: An Acrostic', [81].
    • Poetry: 'Arbor Day: An Acrostic' extract from Oregon Teachers; Monthly by Elva J. Smith with photograph: 'The Blackwood Tree of Victoria and Tasmania', [81]-82; 'A Psalm of Friendly Trees' by American clergyman Henry Van Dyke, 88; 'To Blossoms' by English poet Robert Herrick (q.v.) 94.
    • Non-Fiction: 'How to Plant a Tree' (unattributed) with two (unattributed) diagrams: 'A Planting Board' and 'Planting a Tree', 82-84; 'A Trip to Europe: III Fremantle to Colombo' by W. with untitled and (unattributed) map of the steamship route across the Indian Ocean and three (unattributed) photographs: 'The Breakwater at Colombo, Ceylon', 'Rickshaws and Tourists From Melbourne' and 'A Carrier, Ceylon' and photograph lent by Mr S. Summons: 'An Ox and Cart, Ceylon', 89-94; 'What trees Do' (unattributed) list of seven purposes, 96.
    • Prose: 'Thoughts of a National Forester' by Enos Mills, 94.
    • Song: 'The Ash Grove' a Welsh melody, 95-96.


* Contents derived from the 1914 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
The Wild Flowers: A Blackfellows' Legend, J. T. Gilmour Wallace , 1914 single work prose children's Indigenous story (p. 84-88)
Note: With two (unattributed) illustrations: 'A Basket of Australian Wild Flowers' and 'The Position of the South Celestial Pole' and painting: 'A Young Man of the Bogan Tribe' from a drawing made by Major Mitchell during his expedition from Sydney to the Darling River in 1835.
The Pioneersi"In each other's faces,", Jessie MacKay , 1914 single work poetry (p. 88)

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