Treatment of returned soldiers [re. returned soldiers and elections, 22 September 1920]

[Editor: This untitled article, about returned soldiers and elections, was published in The Telegraph (Brisbane, Qld.), 22 September 1920.] [Treatment of returned soldiers] At Mr. Elphinstone’s meeting on Monday, Brigadier-General Wilson asked the electors to look into the past history of the Labour party so far as its treatment of returned soldiers is concerned. Excellent […]

The habitability of Australia [22 September 1920]

[Editor: This article was published in The Telegraph (Brisbane, Qld.), 22 September 1920.] The habitability of Australia What has science to say in answer to a question as to the population-supporting capacity of Australia? This subject is dealt with in a very interesting manner by Dr. Griffith Taylor, Associate Professor of Geography in the University […]

The white man’s flag [by Mary Gilmore, 22 April 1920]

[Editor: This article by Mary Gilmore was published in the “For Worker Women” column (“Conducted by Mary Gilmore”), in The Australian Worker (Sydney, NSW), 22 April 1920.] The white man’s flag. An issue or two ago I used strong images and direct language in some verse under the heading, “Song of the Anti-White.” I did […]

Song of Anti-White [song by Mary Gilmore, 8 April 1920]

[Editor: This song by Mary Gilmore was published in the “For Worker Women” column (“Conducted by Mary Gilmore”), in The Australian Worker (Sydney, NSW), 8 April 1920.] Song of Anti-White. (With special reference to the “Sydney Morning Herald” and other papers with a cold policy towards the white man.) Fling away the Cross and bring […]

Not disheartened [letter from Norman L. Beurle, 23 October 1920]

[Editor: This letter from Norman L. Beurle was published in The Argus (Melbourne), 23 October 1920. The Rev. Beurle was a campaigner in the temperance movement; this letter was written regarding the “local option” referenda held in Victoria on 21 October 1920.] Not disheartened. To the Editor of the Argus. Sir, — I write with […]