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Issue Details: First known date: 1925... no. 300 April 1925 of The School Paper : Grades VII and VIII est. 1896-1932 The School Paper for Grades VII and VIII
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Notes

  • Only literary material by Australian authors individually indexed.

    Other material in this issue includes:

    • First Page Picture: 'Monument to be Erected by the Australian and New Zealand Governments in Memory of the Australian Light Horse and New Zealand Mounted Rifles in the Sinai and Palestine Campaigns' from a photograph of the model by Australian sculptor Mr. C. Web Gilbert (1867-1925), Melbourne, [33].
    • Poetry: 'Consolation : Shakespeare's Thirtieth Sonnet' by William Shakespeare (q.v.), with illus. 'Medallion Issued by the Shakespeare Tercentenary Committee, England', 46.
    • Drama: 'Wolsey on his Fall' from King Henry VIII by William Shakespeare (q.v.), with illus. 'Cardinal Wolsey (1471-1530)', 41-42; 'Excerpts from Shakespeare's Plays' by William Shakespeare (q.v.), 34, 48.
    • History: 'The Scene of the Landings on the Gallipoli Peninsula' from Gallipoli by English author John Masefield (q.v.), with illus. 'A Landing-place at Anzac, Gallipoli, and 'Map of the Gallipoli Pensinsula, Turkey in Europe' from Days to Remember by British novelist John Buchan (1875-1940) and English poet Henry Newbolt (q.v.), 35-36; 'A Bird's-Eye View of the War' from Days to Remember : The British Empire in the Great War by John Buchan and Henry Newbolt, with illus. 'Earl Haig [q.v.], who was, for the Greater Part of the War, British Commander-in-Chief on the Western Front (France, Belgium)', 'The Front in July on the Eve of the Allied Offensive, and on the Day of the Armistice, 11th November, 1918' and 'General Foch, Allied Generalissimo during the Greater Part of the Last Year of Hostilities (1918)', 37-41; 'England's Patron Saint, St. George' (unattributed), with illus. 'The White Ensign and a Destroyer', 43-45.
    • Literary Studies: 'Shakespeare's Creative Power' from Life of William Shakespeare (1899) by English biographer Sidney Lee (1859-1926), 46-47.
    • Notices: 'Shakespeare Day', 'Anzac Day', 'Cadet Midshipmen Required for Australian Naval College', 'Correspondence with Japanese Children', 'Spelling Tests' and 'Price of The School Paper' (unattributed), 48.
  • Preceding or following each piece is a short glossary of the longer words contained therein, as well as notes about people and places mentioned.

Contents

* Contents derived from the 1925 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
In Memory, April 25, 1915i"No wreathed stone, engraven with noble name", Grace Ethel Martyr , single work poetry war literature
A tribute to those who died on the assault at Gallipoli, April 25, 1915.
(p. 34)
The Anzac Namei"Eager for battle they leapt ashore at the cove where their name was won", E. M. C. , extract poetry war literature (p. 37)
Note: Author note: 'by Miss Estella M. Campbell, Durban, Natal, South Africa. Her constancy in meeting the transports that were conveyng Australian soldiers, and in providing them with luxuries, was noteworthy. She will ever be held in grateful remembrance by them.'

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Literary material by Australian authors in this issue:
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