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Issue Details: First known date: 1919... no. 236 July 1919 of The School Paper : Grades VII and VIII est. 1896-1932 The School Paper for Grades VII and VIII
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  • Only literary material by Australian authors individually indexed.

    Other material in this issue includes:

    • First Page Picture: 'Football on the Playing Fields, near Rosyth, a Naval Base on the Firth of Forth', featuring officers from the Australia and the New Zealand competing against officers of the Inflexible and the Indomitable, [65].
    • Poetry: 'Forty Years On' ['The Harrow School Song'] by Harrow Schoolmaster, E. E. Bowen (1836-1901), [65]-66; 'An English Mother to her Son who is to be Mobilized' by English poet Joyce Cobb (n.d.), from The Sphere, London, 71-72; 'Britain's Ocean Empire' by Scottish poet John Davidson (1857-1909), 78.
    • Prose: 'A German's Appreciation of Britain's Powers', from 'a German newspaper published before the war', 66; 'Why Boys Should Not Smoke' by Cousin Hope, from The White Ribbon Signal, the magazine of the Women's Christian Temperance Union of Victoria, 76-77.
    • History: 'The Battle of Jutland' (unattributed), with illus. 'Map to Show the Locality of the Battle of Jutland', 'H. M. S. Iron Duke (a Battleship), the Flagship of Admiral Jellicoe, Commander-in-Chief of the Grand Fleet at the Battle of Jutland', 'Plan to Show the Movements of the Fleets in the Battle of Jutland', 'H. M. S. Lion (a Battle Cruiser), the Flagship of Vice-Admiral Beatty, in Harbor at Rosyth', and 'The Battle of Jutland : British Destroyers Attacking German Battleships in the Night' by E. S. Hodgson, from The Graphic, June 17, 1916, 67-71; 'The English-Speaking Race : British-American Discords and Concords : Continued' by Australian educationalist William Gillies (q.v.), with illus. 'A Lincoln' and 'Th. Jefferson', 72-75.
    • Notices: 'Our Schools and the War : French War Orphans - Acknowledgment of Gift' by G. Rocher, Committe of the Alliance Francaise of Victoria to Frank Tate, Director of Education, Victoria, 78; 'Field-Marshall Sir Douglas Haig's Message to the Australian Troops' by Douglas Haig (q.v.), Commander of the British Expeditionary Force (1915-1919), 80.
    • Song: 'See the Conquering Hero Comes' by George Frederic Handel (q.v.), 79-80.
  • Preceding or following each piece is a short glossary of the longer words contained therein, as well as notes about people and places mentioned, and comments on the metre of poetry. There are also often 'General Notes' which ask the reader questions about the work.

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