List of writers [The Bulletin Reciter]

[Editor: This list of writers was published in The Bulletin Reciter, 1901.]

List of Writers.

Adams, Arthur H. . . . . . The Anarchist
“Alone” . . . . . Wing Fat

Bedford, Randolph . . . . . The Bellbird Rang Her Home
Bellman, Frank . . . . . The Winner of the Squatters’ Cup
“Bendee” . . . . . Sinking
. . . . . A German Lament
. . . . . Tambaroora
“Ben Sun” . . . . . The Cocky’s Handy Man
Boake, Barcroft . . . . . Skeeta
Brady, E. J. . . . . . What the Bottle Said

Carew, W. E. . . . . . Spell Oh !
Castilla, Ethel . . . . . In the Face of the Dead
Crawford, J. . . . . . A Stranger at the U
“Curlew” . . . . . Boko

Daley, Victor J. . . . . . The Three Roads
Dempsey, E. J. . . . . . M’Ginty’s Happy Thought
. . . . . The Fall of Patrick Dooley
. . . . . Dreams and Deeds
Dyson, Edward . . . . . The Silence of Mullock Creek
. . . . . A Big “Bust”
. . . . . Bashful Gleeson

Espinasse, Bernard . . . . . “Dunno !
Espinasse, Elise . . . . . The Price of a Kiss
Evans, G. Essex . . . . . Mick Doole’s Pants

Farrell, John . . . . . The Last Bullet
Fisher, Edmund . . . . . The Billiard-Marker’s Yarn
. . . . . The Sick Cab-Rider

Gibson, G. H. . . . . . My Mate Bill
Goodge, W. T. . . . . . The Tugs of Simpsonville
. . . . . The Bush Missionary
Greene, J. H. . . . . . The Jester of the Damned

“Hesketh” . . . . . Among the Palms

J. M. L. . . . . . The Shoe
“John Carew” . . . . . Christmas Belle

Kenna, Francis . . . . . The Confidential Jockey

Lawson, Henry . . . . . Faces in the Street
Long, W. . . . . . A Legend of the Dargo

Macleod, L. R. . . . . . Consolation
“Magnet” . . . . . The Fat Man and the War
Mathieu, Jack . . . . . That Day at Boiling Downs
McCrae, Hugh . . . . . The Murder-Night
“McG.” . . . . . The Man with Rubber Pedals
. . . . . Gig Fours
Mills, Ethel . . . . . The Brumby s Death
Morton, Frank . . . . . A Twisted Idyl

Neilson, J. S. . . . . . Marian’s Child

O’Donnell, N. M. . . . . . The How-We-Beat-the-Favourite Affliction
Ogilvie, Will H. . . . . . Off the Grass
. . . . . How We Won the Ribbon
. . . . . A Scotch Night
Ord, T. H. . . . . . The Whirligig of Time

“Pan” . . . . . Jim Jamieson, of Tringabar
Paterson, A. B. . . . . . Father Riley’s Horse
“P. Luftig” . . . . . The Woman of the Future
. . . . . Where are My Dollars Gone ?
. . . . . Life’s Paradoxes
Poole, Cecil . . . . . Wattle Flat
Pratt, Ambrose . . . . . The Woman Speaks

“Quilp N.” . . . . . Stokin’
Quinn, P. P. . . . . . Out Back
Quinn, Roderic . . . . . The Currency Lass

R. A. F. . . . . . At the Diggings Store
. . . . . Bucked Off its Brand
Rollett, F. . . . . . A Sea Tragedy

Souter, C. H. . . . . . Sold-Up
. . . . . A Tight Corner
. . . . . The Mallee Fire
Spencer, Thos. E. . . . . . How M’Dougal Topped the Score
. . . . . O’Toole and McSharry
Stephens, A. G. . . . . . The Honeymoon Train
Stewart, R. . . . . . In the Dead-Letter Office
“Styx” . . . . . The Man Who Told You So

“The B.” . . . . . When Dacey Rode the Mule
Threlfall, Evelyn . . . . . The Road to Wyoming
“Tom Freeman” . . . . . The Hairy Man of Koorawatha

“Uloola” . . . . . When Mother Calls to Dinner

White, Samuel Cliall . . . . . The Ballad of Stuttering Jim
Wilcox, Dora . . . . . After the Flood
. . . . . A Song of Gold
Wilson, T. A. . . . . . Don’t Let the Moth Get In



Source:
A.G. Stephens (editor). The Bulletin Reciter: A Collection of Verses for Recitation from “The Bulletin” [1880-1901], The Bulletin Newspaper Company, Sydney, 1902 [first published 1901], pages xiii-xvi

Comments

  1. Chris Holyday says:

    The T. A. Wilson mentioned is actually T. H. Wilson, who also wrote under the pen name THW for the Bulletin in the 1890s. He went West looking for gold around ’95 and wrote later as ‘Crosscut’.
    I have a short autobiography he wrote for A. G. Stephens that I found in the A. G. Stephens collection at Mitchell Library.
    Best regards

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