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Winners

1914 joint winner August August i "Who can have robbed the winter of its sting", Nina Murdoch , 1914 single work poetry
— Appears in: The Bulletin , 17 September vol. 35 no. 1805 1914; (p. 2) The Bulletin , 15 October vol. 35 no. 1809 1914; (p. 2)
1914 joint winner August August i "The spendthrift Wattles wave each yellow tress,", S. Elliott Napier , 1914 single work poetry
— Appears in: The Bulletin , 17 December vol. 35 no. 1818 1914; (p. 2) The Bulletin , 4 March vol. 36 no. 1829 1915; (p. 2) Underneath the Bough : a book of verses 1937; (p. 132)
1914 winner May May i "The chokos on the vine are turning white;", Nina Murdoch , 1914 single work poetry
— Appears in: The Bulletin , 18 June vol. 35 no. 1792 1914; (p. 2) The Bulletin , 15 October vol. 35 no. 1809 1914; (p. 2)
1914 winner January January i "From blazing skies she comes with flaming face,", C. E. Moore , 1914 single work poetry
— Appears in: The Bulletin , 19 February vol. 35 no. 1775 1914; (p. 2) The Bulletin , 15 October vol. 35 no. 1809 1914; (p. 2)
1914 winner July July i "The fig-leaves fall before the wind in showers -", Nina Murdoch , 1914 single work poetry
— Appears in: The Bulletin , 20 August vol. 35 no. 1801 1914; (p. 2) The Bulletin , 15 October vol. 35 no. 1809 1914; (p. 2)
1914 winner March March i "Soon Summer's symphony will be no more:", Mary A.K. Robb , 1914 single work poetry
— Appears in: The Bulletin , 23 April vol. 35 no. 1784 1914; (p. 2) The Bulletin , 15 October vol. 35 no. 1809 1914; (p. 2)
1914 winner June June i "Surely some fay has been at work all night,", Helen Power , 1914 single work poetry
— Appears in: The Bulletin , 16 July vol. 35 no. 1796 1914; (p. 2) The Bulletin , 15 October vol. 35 no. 1809 1914; (p. 2)
1914 winner February February i "The scorpion summer - ev'ry burnish'd scale", S. Elliott Napier , 1914 single work poetry
— Appears in: The Bulletin , 19 March vol. 35 no. 1779 1914; (p. 2) The Bulletin , 15 October vol. 35 no. 1809 1914; (p. 2) Underneath the Bough : a book of verses 1937; (p. 126)
1914 winner April April i "Didst hear a stirring in the trees last night?", Herbert Tracey , 1914 single work poetry
— Appears in: The Bulletin , 14 May vol. 35 no. 1787 1914; (p. 2) The Bulletin , 15 October vol. 35 no. 1809 1914; (p. 2)
1914 winner September September i "Ah! who can tell the glory of these days -", Charles F. Pettinger , 1914 single work poetry
— Appears in: The Bulletin , 15 October vol. 35 no. 1809 1914; (p. 2)
1913 winner October October i "She came so fleetly that you scarce knew where", A. Gladys Kernot , 1913 single work poetry
— Appears in: The Bulletin , 20 November vol. 34 no. 1762 1913; (p. 2) The Bulletin , 15 October vol. 35 no. 1809 1914; (p. 2)
1913 winner Canberra Canberra i "She, who should bear her as a bounteous queen,", Nina Murdoch , 1913 single work poetry
— Appears in: The Bulletin , 15 May vol. 34 no. 1735 1913; (p. 2)
1913 winner November November i "Swift have cicadas wakened through the land,", Nina Murdoch , 1913 single work poetry
— Appears in: The Bulletin , 18 December vol. 34 no. 1766 1913; (p. 2) The Bulletin , 15 October vol. 35 no. 1809 1914; (p. 2)
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