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Utopias Ltd., p.3

1 Utopias Ltd., pp. 19-21.

2 Utopias Ltd., p. 5.

1 16.7.1893

2 Utopias Ltd., p.13.

3 See page… (367 original ms)

4 Utopias Ltd., p.22.

1 Burch expressed this doubt to Brady in a letter, 27.2.1932, in Mitchell Library.

1 5.3.1932

2 24.3.1932, in Mitchell Library

3 17.3.1932, in Mitchell Library

4 20.5.1932, in Mitchell Library

5 Page to Brady, 19.7.1932, in Mitchell Library

6 Brady to Theodore, 11.7.1932, in Mitchell Library

1 “This wonderful Age”, broadcast over 3KZ, 22.5.1932 and reported in The Labor Call, 16.6.1932. Stressing the mateship in such a scheme, he invited the support of his listeners

2 See appendices for copies of these.

3 The outline of this scheme is in Utopias Ltd., Vol. 2, in Mitchell Library

4 Burch to Brady, 3.11.1932, in Mitchell Library.

1 31.10.1932, in Utopias Ltd., Vol 2.

2 Burch to Brady, 29.12.1932

3 Burch to Brady, 29.12.1932, in National Library

1 Burch to Brady, 9.3.1933, in Mitchell Library.

2 Brady to Lee, Ross and Newby, 13.3.1933, in Mitchell Library.

3 Burch to Brady, 24.2.1933, in Mitchell Library

1 Brady’s comments in Utopias Ltd., Vol 2, p.23.

2 Ibid

3 19.6.1933

4 18.6.1933

5 17.6.1933

5 Utopias Ltd., Vol. 2, p.39.

1 Brady to John S. Hanlon, 24.1.1934, in National Library.

1 “The Beating of the Drums”. The Australian Workman, 4.4.1891.

1 “The Birth of the Morn”, The Australian Workman, 7.3.1891.

2 The Australian Workman, 2.5. 1891; Truth, 3.5.1891; The Worker (Queensland), 18.4.1891.

3 “The Wage Lord”, The Bulletin, 23.5.1891

1 “The Old and the New”, Truth, 7.6.1891 and The Worker, 14.1.1905

2 “The Triumph of Labor”, Truth, 28.6.1891.

3 “The Toilers”, The Australian Workman, 31.10.1891.

4 “The Songs of Freedom”, Truth, 3.1.1892

5 “The Worker’s Wife”, Truth, 17.1.1892.

6 “Stoking on the Line”, Truth, 28.8.1892

7 “Curse of Ages”, Bird-O;-Freedom, 15.9.1894

1 “A Tale of Twenty Men”, The House of the Winds.

2 “Laying on the Screw”. The Ways of Many Waters

3 “The Hiram Brown”, ibid.

4 “Laying on the Screw”.

5 “The Winch”, The Bulletin, 23.4.1925

6 “Outposts”, Bells and Hobbles.

7 “The Blackball Line”, The Bulletin, 23.4.1925

8 “Knights of Chance”, The Earthen Floor.

1 “Give Us Gold”, Truth, 1.10.1893

2 The Ways of Many Waters

3 “The Passing of Parker”, ibid

4 “The Great Grey Water”, The Ways of Many Waters

5 “A Ballad of the Flag”, ibid.

1 The Earthen Floor

2 Ibid.

3 The Bulletin, 23.10.1924

4 The Bird-O’-Freedom, 2.4.1895.

5 “Caliban”, The Bulletin, 3.6.1909

6 “Steam-Obit 1912 – an Epitaph”, The Bulletin, 28.10.1909. His selection of 1950 as a date-line was not very far off. The world’s first full-size power station began operation at Calder Hall in 1956. Power from the atom was, of course, released earlier. The first atom bomb was exploded in Los Alamos, July 1945.

7 “The Conquest of Colour”, Focus, June 1946.

1 “Siren”, Wardens of the Seas.

2 “Sea Thought”, Wardens of the Seas.

3 “Twilight”, The Earthen Floor.

4 “What the Bottle Said” The Ways of Many Waters.

5 “The For’ard Hold”, ibid.

6 “The Dead Ships”. The Earthen Floor.

1 “What the Bottle Said”, The Ways of Many Waters.

2 “The Ways of Many Waters”.

3 “Coffin Key, The Bulletin, 12.3.1925.

4 “Crossing In” Wardens of the Seas

1 “Twofold Bay”, Wardens of the Seas.

2 “The Swede”, The Bulletin, 27.4.1922

3 “The Cutter, ‘Wongrabelle’”, The House of the Winds.

3 “Billy Boy”, The Bulletin, 2.11.1938

4 See page 236 **************************

1 Douglas Stewart and Nancy Keesing (eds.) Australian Bush Ballads (Sydney, 1955 (1968), p. vii.

2 “The Wool Roads”, The Sydney Mail, 9.12.1903

3 The Earthen Floor.

4 “Where the Saltbush Grows”, Bells and Hobbles.

1 “Northern Morning”. Bells and Hobbles.

2 “Night in the Bush”, ibid.

3 Our Swag, 22.12.1905

4 “In Cumberland”, The Bulletin, 9.3.1922

5 “Old Colonial Days”, The Bulletin, 8.12.1923

6 “Mallacoota Bar”. The Bulletin, 1.6.1922

1 “Nocturne”, The Bulletin, 23.4.1930.

2 “The Gale”, The Bulletin, 25.6.1925.

3 “My Feet In Dreams Have Wandered”, The Bulletin, 18.12.1940

4 “Once Upon a Time”, The Earthen Floor.

5 “Wine Song”, ibid.

6 “On Tapestry”, The Bulletin, 14.7.1910. The earlier “To Chloe in Australia”, Centennial Magazine, August, 1900, had its full share of wood-nymphs, naiads and other Arcadian inhabitants and gods.

7 “The Ship ‘Romance’”, The House of the Winds.

1 The Earthen Floor.

2 “Time”, The Earthen Floor.

3 Ibid.

4 “His Lights Are Out”. The Earthen Floor.

1 “The Dead Tree”, Bells and Hobbles.

2 The Ways of Many Waters

3 “Dust and Shade”, The Earthen Floor.

1 “The Ways of Many Waters”.

2 Bells and Hobbles.

3 “The Wandering Foot”, Wardens of the Seas.

4 The Earthen Floor

5 “Three Ghosts”

6 “Sea Thought”, Wardens of the Seas.

1 “Assessment”, The Sydney Morning Herald, 25.7.1931

  1. 2“The Door”, The Bulletin, 11.8.1910.

3 “The Fortunate Isles”, The Bulletin, 16.7.1925.

4 The Bulletin, 12.11.1925.

1 Editor (with E Watt) from August 1927 – July 1928. The Chouse, Cark, Blurb and other mythical animals appeared in illustrated poems. See J. Webb, Hugh McCrae, O.B.E., unpublished M.A. thesis, Sydney University.

2 The Bulletin, 20.4.1922

3 “He-Ha-Ha!” Bird-O’-Freedom, 4.2.1893

4 “Monte Carlo”, Bird-O’-Freedom, i7.1.1893

1 “The Anti-Soap Brigade” Bird-O’-Freedom, 4.11.1893

2 “A Dusky Bard”, Native Notions manuscript.

3 “The Cursed Tick”, The Arrow, 15.8.1896

4 “The Emu and the Grocer”, Native Notions.

1 “The Bower Bird”, Native Notions.

2 “The Pelican and the Porcupine”, The Native Companion, 1.8.1907

3 “Ye Jackasse”, Native Notions.

4 “Hoodle-Doodle”, ibid.

1 “The Western Road”, Bells and Hobbles.

2 “Call to Arms (1940)”, The Bulletin, 28.8.1940

3 “A Grave in France”, The Bulletin, 27.4.1922

4 “Man”, Rhymes of Revolt manuscript.

1 In the Mitchell Library.

2 Archibald to Brady, 7.2.1895. in Mitchell Library.

3 K. Slessor, “Dialect”, The Bulletin, 8.1.1920 deplored its use, denying the men thought in dialect and stating that poetry’s interest is with men’s thoughts, not actual utterances.

4 A page of Epigrams by Brady appeared in his Literary Notebook (pp. 211, 212) in National Library. As examples might be cited “Drink is sworn foe of discretion”; “Politics are the amusement of the vulgar”; “Virtue is a waste of energy”; “Analysis is the death of all poetry”.

5 “Henry Lawson’s Poems”, The Bulletin, 15.2.1896, Red Page.

6 “Lawson’s Latest Book – A Temporary Adjustment”, The Bulletin, 12.1.1901, The Red Page.

1 The Bulletin, 29.1.1930, p.49.

2 Foreword to A Sailor’s Garland (London, 1906)

1 “Mightier Than the Sword”, Land of the Lotus manuscript.

2 “Buttenshaw and His Dod, Measles”, Kangaroo Tales manuscript.

3 “Biddy Airly”. Ibid.

4 “The Mysterious Mr. Bell”, Weekly Times, 17.12.1938.

5 The Sunday Times, 22.12.1895

6 January, 1900. “A Prologue in Passion”.

7 Land of the Lotus.

8 “The Good Old Times”, ibid.

1 “Jeremiah – and the English Classics”, The Worker, 24.6.1905

2 “The Mysterious Mr. Bell”.

1 “Solitary”, Land of the Lotus.

2 “The Impiety of Hooley”, The Arrow, 23.1.1897

1 “A Belle of Sooner’s”. The Arrow, 24.12.1897

1 “A Horse Deal”, Kangaroo Tales.

2 The Bird-O-Freedom, 21.12.1895

3 Ibid, 19.12.1894

1 The series concluded, after ten episodes, in May 1899.

2 M. Barton and O. Sitwell, Sober Truth (London, 1930), p.280

1 The Arrow, 21.11.1898, p.4

1 “Gone Back”, The Sunday Times, 6.6.1895

2 “Those Who Wait” The Worker, 15.12.1904.

3 “In a Hurry”, The Arrow, 24.4.1897.

4 “A Belle of Sooner’s”, The Arrow, 24.12.1897.

1 “The Healing of John Pye”, The Worker, 4.2.1905

2 4.4.1896

1 “Writing a Story”, Appendix 11 in Vance Palmer, The Rainbow Bird and other Stories selected by A. Edwards, (Sydney, 1957 (1969)). Palmer discusses the difficulty he had with “Mathieson’s Wife” until he narrated it from the point of view of the boy, not the parson.

1 31.12.1898, p.4

1 7.1.1899, p.4. This last reference to a critic was meant to refer to an article written by A.G. Stephens (The Bulletin, 3.12.1898) in which he stated that each poet could be summed up as. E.G. Daley = intellectual emotion plus fancy; Kendall = intellectual emotion plus imagination; Lawson = emotion; Ogilvie = emotion plus fancy, and so on.

2 11.2.1899, p.4.

1 1.4.1899, p.4.

1 25.2.1899, p.4.

2 17.6.1899

1 24.6.1899 to 15.9.1899

1 24.6.1899, p.4.

1 24.3.1900

2 30.12.1899

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