Only literary material by Australian authors individually indexed.
Other material in this issue includes:
- First Page Picture: 'The Farmer' (unattributed), .
- Poetry: 'The Farmer' by American poet Berton Braley (q.v.), -18; 'A Harvest Hymn' (unattributed), 21; 'The Cottar's Saturday Night' by Scottish poet Robert Burns (q.v.), 25-26; 'The Bugle Song' from The Princess by English poet Alfred, Lord Tennyson (q.v.), with illus. 'Killarney' from The World of To-day (Gresham Publishing), 29-30.
- Prose: 'Irish Hospitality' by English author Maria Edgeworth (1767-1849), with illus. 'A Farm-house in the Irish Free State' from Carpenter's Geographical Reader (c.1924), 27-29.
- Non-Fiction: 'Instruction for those on the Land : The Better Farming Train' (unattributed), 30-31; 'The Boy Scouts Association' by F. J. Mills (q.v.), General Secretary, South Australian Section of the Boy Scouts Association, from the Official Souvenir of the Third All-Australian Boy Scouts Corroboree, 1924, with illus. 'His Excellency the Earl of Stradbroke [1862-1947], Chief Scout of Victoria' by Lafayette, Melbourne, 31; 'Selfishness', from a letter by British soldier and founder of the Boy Scouts, Sir Robert Baden-Powell (q.v.), depicting handwritten copy, 32.
- Supplement: 'Made in Australia : 12. 'Ready-Made Clothing - Men's and Boys' Outer Garments' by the Made in Australia Council, 312 Flinders Street, Melbourne, with unattributed illus. 'For the apparel oft proclaims man', and 'Proud of his New Overcoat', i-iv.