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The Kenniffs single work   poetry   "If you wish to hear a story lads come listen I will tell"
Issue Details: First known date: 1926... 1926 The Kenniffs
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Notes:
The 1926 Townsville Daily Bulletin version appears to have been pieced together by Bill Bowyang from various versions forwarded by readers.
Alternative title: How Doyle and Dahlke Fell
First line of verse: "If you wish to hear a story"
Notes:
In Dung on His Boots (p. 106), Vic Priddle states that over the years he heard a number of versions of this poem recited by stockmen. According to Priddle the title of the poem was always 'How Doyle and Dahlke Fell'.
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