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Issue Details: First known date: 1914... no. 192 August 1914 of The School Paper : Grades V and VI est. 1912 School Paper : Grades 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 Corner of the Wombat Hill Gardens' Daylesford, Victoria, After a Fall of Snow' accompanying poem: 'The Frost', [113].
    • Poetry: 'The Frost'by H. F. Gould with photograph: 'A Corner of the wombat Hill Gardens, Daylesford, Victoria, After a Fall of Snow', [113]-114; 'The Bells of Shandon' by Irish poet Reverend francis Mahony (1804-1866) with two (unattributed) photographs: 'Shandon church' and 'The Shandon Bells', 120-121;
    • Fiction: 'Wanted a Boy' (unattributed) 114-115.
    • Prose: 'The Gnat and the Bull' a fable by Aesop, 119; 'Bells' (unattributed) with (unattributed) photograph: 'The Great Bell of Moscow', 121-122; 'The Two Visitors' (unattributed) 122; 'A Trip to Europe: V. Port Said to Toulon' by W. with with three (unattributed) photographs: 'The Crater of Mount Etna', 'The City and Bay of Naples, with Mt. Vesuvius in the Distance' and 'Mount Stromboli, in the South of the Tyrrhenian Sea, South West of Italy' and untitled map of the route through the Mediterranean Sea, 123-127.
    • Song: 'The Christian Mariner' words by Mrs Southey, 127-128.


* Contents derived from the 1914 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Legend of the Black Swans, J. T. Gilmour Wallace , 1914 single work prose children's Indigenous story (p. 116-119)
Note: With four (unattributed) pictures: 'An Australian Aboriginal Youth', 'An Australian Aboriginal Maiden', 'An Australian Aboriginal of Middle Age' and 'Black Swans'.
Australiai"So, with the peace of this great love around thee,", John Farrell , 1914 extract poetry (p. 127)
Note: First stanza modified to relate to the British colonisation of Australia.

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Literary material by Australian authors in this issue:
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