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y separately published work icon A Golden Shanty : Australian Stories and Sketches in Prose and Verse anthology   poetry   short story   prose  
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Issue Details: First known date: 1890... 1890 A Golden Shanty : Australian Stories and Sketches in Prose and Verse
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Notes

  • Title page: By Bulletin writers

Contents

* Contents derived from the Sydney, New South Wales,:Bulletin , 1890 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
A Golden Shanty, Edward Dyson , single work short story (p. 1-15)
How He Diedi""Take my horse", cried the Squatter to Nabbage, "'Tis thirty long miles at the least;", John Farrell , single work poetry (p. 16-21)
The Old Wife and The Newi"He sat beneath the curling vines", Victor J. Daley , single work poetry (p. 22-24)
Shadow-Huntingi""Hillo, daddy!" the lads sang out -", Francis Myers , single work poetry (p. 25-27)
His Father's Mate, Henry Lawson , single work short story
Tom Mason has lived a life full of misfortune and has lost all the people he loved. All he has left is his eleven-year-old son, to whom he is devoted.
(p. 28-41)
Peter and Pauli"The soul of the miner, Peter,", single work poetry humour (p. 51-52)
At Sandy Crossingi"There, below the river's elbow, where the faint and grass-grown track", J. M. , single work poetry (p. 53-56)
Note: Published under the name J. M. Marsh
Mr and Mrs Sin Fat, Edward Dyson , single work short story (p. 57-72)
The Last Bulleti""Since the first human eyes saw the first timid stars break through heaven, and shine,", John Farrell , single work poetry (p. 73-79)
"It is winter again, and the odour of night and the look of the trees" Seen Again : A Bush Visioni"It is Winter again, and the smell of the night and the look of the trees,", J. O'B , single work poetry (p. 80-84)
North Queensland Journalism, Titus Salt , single work short story humour (p. 85-88)
Old Pardon, the Son of Reprieve : A Racing Rhyme.i"You never heard tell of the story?", The Banjo , single work poetry humour (p. 89-95)
Note: By 'The Banjo'.
The Drivel of Our Fathersi"The Drivel of Our Fathers - it is borne across the seas,", James Edmond , single work poetry satire (p. 96-99)
Between Two Bottles, J. K. , single work short story humour (p. 100-106)
Frank Denzi"In the roar of the storm - in the wild, bitter voice of the tempest-whipped sea,", Henry Kendall , single work poetry (p. 107-110)
Up a Northern River, James Edmond , single work prose satire (p. 111-116)
The Washerwoman of Jacker's Flat, Edward Dyson , single work short story humour (p. 119-134)
"They lie, the men who tell us in a loud decisive tone" Faces in the Streeti"They lie, the men who tell us, for reasons of their own,", Henry Lawson , single work poetry (p. 135-138)
Midsummer in the Hawkesbury Valleyi"It was a day of sombre heat", Victor J. Daley , single work poetry (p. 139-142)
On the Shorei"The day and its delights are done;", Victor J. Daley , single work poetry (p. 142-144)

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Works about this Work

The Editor and the Poet : J. F. Archibald, Victor Daley and The Bulletin Frank Molloy , 2000 single work criticism
— Appears in: Irish-Australian Studies : Papers Delivered at the Ninth Irish-Australian Conference, Galway, April 1997 2000; (p. 99-109)
Discusses the literary relationship between Bulletin editor Archibald and poet Daley.
The Editor and the Poet : J. F. Archibald, Victor Daley and The Bulletin Frank Molloy , 2000 single work criticism
— Appears in: Irish-Australian Studies : Papers Delivered at the Ninth Irish-Australian Conference, Galway, April 1997 2000; (p. 99-109)
Discusses the literary relationship between Bulletin editor Archibald and poet Daley.
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