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Issue Details: First known date: 1914... no. 196 December 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: 'Summer Joys: At Brighton Beach, Melbourne' from the Tourist Bureau, Melbourne accompanying poem: 'The Bells At Christmas', [177].
    • Editor's Note: 'Victorian State Schools' Patriotic League' with photograph: 'Wounded British Soldiers at Havre, France, on Their Way to England' from The Sphere, London, 180-181.
    • Poetry: 'The Bells At Christmas' by Phila Butler Bowman with photograph: 'Summer Joys: At Brighton Beach, Melbourne' from the Tourist Bureau, Melbourne, [177]-178; 'For All We Have and Are' by Rudyard Kipling (q.v.) from The Times, London, 181-182; 'The Belfry of Bruges' by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (q.v.) with (unattributed) photograph: 'The Belfry of Bruges', 186-187.
    • Fiction: 'The Bells: A Short Story for Christmas Eve' (unattributed) 178-179; 'A Dog of Flanders' extract by Louise de la Ramee (1840-1908) with three (unattributed) illustrations: 'Nello and Patrasche', 'The Old Man, the Boy, and the Dog' and 'Antwerp Cathedral' and (unattributed) photograph: 'The Wharf at Antwerp', 182-185.
    • Prose: 'Self Denial' by Sir Walter Scott (q.v.) 187.
    • Song: 'The Song of the Angels' words by E. H. Sears and music arranged by A. S. Sullivan, 192.
    • Notices: 'Convalescent Children: Railway Concessions', 191.


* Contents derived from the 1914 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
The Legend of the Black Opal, J. T. Gilmour Wallace , 1914 single work prose children's (p. 188-191)
Note: Part II. With two (unattributed) photographs: 'The Old Medicine Man' and 'A Dilly Bag' and illustration: 'Four Views of a Message Stick' from R. Brough Smyth's The Aborigines of Victoria and photograph: 'Opals' from Wollaston's The Heart of a Child.

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Literary material by Australian authors in this issue:
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