To Our Easter Week Dead [poem by P. I. O’Leary, 29 April 1920]

[Editor: This poem by P. I. O’Leary was published in The Advocate (Melbourne, Vic.), 29 April 1920. The poem was written about the Easter Rising in Ireland, also known as the Easter Rebellion, which began on Easter Monday, 24 April 1916, and lasted for six days, until the Irish nationalists were defeated by the British […]

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 […]