Publication notes [The Bulletin Reciter]

[Editor: These publication notes were published in The Bulletin Reciter, 1901.]

[Publication notes]

The contents of this Book were originally published in THE
BULLETIN. The following verses have been republished

“Off the Grass” (p.7), “How We Won the Ribbon” (p.183), “A Scotch Night” (p.232) in FAIR GIRLS AND GRAY HORSES: WITH OTHER VERSES ; Sydney, The Bulletin Newspaper Company, Limited, 1898.

“What the Bottle Said” (p. 123) in THE WAYS OF MANY WATERS ; Sydney, The Bulletin Newspaper Company, Limited, 1899.

“The Anarchist” (p.128) in MAORILAND : AND OTHER VERSES ; Sydney, The Bulletin Newspaper Company, Limited, 1899.

“The Road to Wyoming” (p.145) in STARLIGHT SONGS ; London, Kegan, Paul, Trench, Trubner & Co., Ltd., 1895.

“Bashful Gleeson” (p. 166) in RHYMES FROM THE MINES AND OTHER LINES ; Sydney, Angus and Robertson, 1896.

“Skeeta” (p.170) in Where THE DEAD MEN LIE, AND OTHER VERSES ; Sydney, Angus and Robertson, 1897.

“The Currency Lass” (p.176) in THE CIRCLING HEARTHS ; Sydney, The Bulletin Newspaper Company, Limited, 1901.

“The Tugs of Simpsonville” (p.193), “The Bush Missionary” (p.218), in HITS ! SKITS ! AND JINGLES ! Sydney, The Bulletin Newspaper Company, Limited, 1899.

“Faces in the Street” (p.213) in A GOLDEN SHANTY ; Sydney, The Bulletin Newspaper Company, Limited, 1890. Also in IN THE DAYS WHEN THE WORLD WAS WIDE AND OTHER VERSES ; Sydney, Angus and Robertson, 1896.

“The Last Bullet” (p.221) in A GOLDEN SHANTY ; Sydney, The Bulletin Newspaper Company, Limited : also (as “Virginius”) in HOW HE DIED AND OTHER POEMS ; Sydney, Turner and Henderson, 1887.

Copyright 1901, by The Bulletin Newspaper Company, Limited.



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], page vi

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