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The Arrow, 27.10.1900 to 23.2.1901. Tom Pagdin was published in 1912

2 1.12.1900

1 3.11.1900

2 24.11.1900

1 Two Frontiers (Sydney, 1944), P. 62.

1 P. 27

2 Two copies of this manuscript have been located. One is owned by Oscar Mendelsohn, Melbourne, and the other was bought, compassionately, from Brady’s widow by the New South Wales Branch of the Australian Journalists’ Association.

1 Brady to Johnson, 12.2.1944, in Mitchell Library.

2 July, 1907

  1. 3H.M. Green, A History of Australian Literature (Sydney, 1961).

T Inglis Moore, “A.G. Stephens as Critic”, Prometheus (1959)

S.E. Lee, “The Bulletin – J.F. Archibald and A.G. Stephens.” In G. Dutton (ed.), The Literature of Australia (Adelaide, 1964).

4 P. 155

1 P. 65.

2 The Lone Hand, July 1907.

3 For example, H. Fletcher, “J.F. Archibald”, The Bulletin, 13.4.1922

4 P. 158.

1 P. 200.

2 P. 113.

3 P. 33.

4 Eustace Tracey claimed that Brady invented the guard which was placed over the hawsers of boats anchored in harbour to prevent the entry of rats. The claim cannot be verified.

1 P. 39.

2 P. 27.

3 The History of Australian Literature, p.224. Green cites S.S. Simmons who has gone into the matter in some detail in Marcus Clarke and the Writing of “Long Odds, (Melbourne, 1946).

4 P. 153.

1 P. 111.

2 A biography of Archibald is at present being written by Sylvia Lawson under the auspices of the Commonwealth Literary Fund and the Australian Journalists’ Association.

3 Melbourne, 1934. Published in the Library of National Biography (Dominion Series).

1 P. 50

2 A History of Australian Literature, p. 1270.

3 Sydney, 1903.

4 Sydney, 1904.

1 P. 18

2 Pp. 29, 30.

3 Quinn wrote a section entitled “The Old Rocks – A Sketch of Their History” for Sydney: The Commercial Centre of the Commonwealth.

4 Melbourne, undated, but 1912.

5 Melbourne, 1926.

1 River Rovers, (Melbourne, 1911), p,19

2 King’s Caravan, p. 76.

3 Miles Franklin wrote to Brady (16.9.1945, in National Library) agreeing with this attitude, especially in regard to Ned Kelly. “I am alienated by the attempts to make a hero our of him. He could have grubbed and felled and slaved in the bush as my forebears did”. She wrote of the terror they inspired in bush settlers.

1 River Rovers, p. 122.

1 In his Introduction to his collection of Edward Dyson’s short stories, The Golden Shanty (Sydney, 1963), p.x.

2 King’s Caravan, p.19.

3 King’s Caravan, p.28.

1 River Rovers, p.53.

2 In some notes for King’s Caravan (“A Monetary and Culinary Memento”, in Oxley Library, Brisbane) are records for food purchases for the journey in 1899. Bread was 3d a large loaf, tea 1/6 lb., cheese 9d lb., 5lb roast of beef was 1/3, ½ gal mild 6d, butter 10d lb and bacon 9d. Made to measure trousers were 25/-. Brady kept all accounts and collated them fifty years later.

1 Melbourne, 1918.

2 P. 14.

1 The Sydney Daily Telegraph, 7.9.1918.

2 For example, The Argus, 2.8.1918

3 Pp. 350-351.

1 11.11.1911, p.591. The review is unsigned.

1 Truth, 10.10.1894.

2 Truth, 4.2.1894.

3 Truth, 27.5.1894.

1 Truth, 16.9.1894, 23.9.1894.

1 Evidence is mainly internal, but Brady makes occasional references of his pseudonyms in letters (mainly to his family and Mendelsohn).

2 The Bird-O’-Freedom, 22.2.1896, and 29.2.1896, p.5. in both cases. The paper became The Arrow the next week.

1 The Arrow, 4.4.1896

2 “Enforcing the Sabbath”, The Arrow, 4.7.1896.

3 “Our Love of Sport”, The Arrow, 5.3.1898. p.4.

1 “The Wild beasts”. The Grip, 3.10.1901, p.2.

2 “The Unholy Trade”, The Bird-O’-Freedom, 29.2.1896, p.2.

3 “Straight Shots”, The Arrow, 2.5.1896, p.1.

4 “Divorce is Wrong”, The Grip, 13.3.1902, p.2.

1 The Grip, 20.3.1902

2 The Grip, 14.4.1902

1 The Arrow, 23.5.1896.

2 “The Draconian Docker”, The Grip, 30.12.1901, p.2.

3 “Our Neglected Youth”, The grip, 7.4.1902.

4 “Drugging the Drunk”, The Arrow, 31.10.1896.

1 “Tillettism: The Universal Panacea”. The Arrow, 14.8.1897. p.4

2 “Cheap Law”, The Arrow, 11.4.1896

3 “Financial Frauds”. The Grip¸ 31.3.1902

4 “The Police and the Gaming Act”, The Grip, 31.3.1902

1 The Grip, 27.3.1902.

2 “The Unemployed Question: Our Great Australian Laze”. The Arrow, 14.10.1899

3 10.8.1901, p.2.

4 “The National Libel Mill and the Australian National Spirit”, The Worker, 4.3.1905

1 “In Rags –Amateur Journalism in Australia: The Troubles of Newspaper Proprietors”, Bird-O’-Freedom, 20.4.1895, p.5

1 The Native Companion, 29.5.1907

2 Centennial Magazine, Vol.11, No.1, August 1889, p.71.

3 Vol.11, No4, pp.300-305.

4 The Bulletin, 28.5.1892

1 The Native Companion, 1.8.1907, p.49.

2 “The Australian Author”, The Bookfellow, 10.1.1907. Stephens wrote a leader on this topic 31.1.1907 and most issues made some reference to it.

3 The Native Companion, 1.9.1907, p.51.

1 “The Exodus of Brains”, undated manuscript among Brady’s papers in National Library.

1 Hugh McCrae to A.G. Stephens, 6.10.1910 in Mitchell. The section quoted is from a long postscript to this letter which is in the Papers of A.G. Stephens, Vol.1. Dulcie Deamer wrote to Brady, giving her approval, but said it would have to be confined to men only, as women “in bulk” would cause the failure of the scheme.

2 The Bookfellow, Third Series, 1.6.1912, p.156.

1 Brady to W.M. Hughes, 11.8.1916, in National Library.

2 Brady’s handwritten comments on a book of newspaper cuttings re the Guild in National Library.

3 Vance Palmer to Brady, dated only Nov. 28th, in National Library.

1 “No ‘New Protection’ For Writers or Artists”, The Worker, 4.4.1912. The Age article was 28.12.1911.

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2 “Imports of Foreign Fiction”, The Bulletin, 15.9.1921. Red Page

3 “Australian Production – E.J. Brady Blows Off”, undated manuscript among Australian Arts and Letters section of Brady’s papers in National Library.

4 “Up Guards and At ‘Em”, The Australian Journalist, 15.2.1922, p.45.

5 “Be Militant”, The Australian Journalist, 15.15.1922, p.109.

1 Brady to Dr. James Booth, 7.3.1927, in National Library.

2 “The Time is Ripe” manuscript in Australian Arts and Letters in National Library

3 Furnley Maruice, “Encouraging Australian Poetry”, The Bulletin, 19.5.1927.

4 “The Week and After”, The Herald, (Melbourne), 10.9.1927.

5 “Let My People Go”, Bohemia, February 1940; “Battle Axes to Grind”, March 1940.

6 Miles Franklin to Brady, 16.9.1945, in National Library.

1 “Australian Publisher Hits at Controls from Overseas”, Sydney Morning Herald, 16.5.1969, p.7.

2 “Authors’ Low Earnings Show in New Survey”, Sydney Morning Herald, 1.10.1969. p.5.

3 Untitled editorial, July 1947. The letter referring to Brady’s authorship is Oscar Mendelsohn to Brady 14.7.1947 in National Library.

4 “Some Great Australiana: The Second Period”, Focus, December 1947, p.25.

1 “Australian Literature: The Hartley Grattan Solution”, Focus, October, 1947, pp.9-10.

2 “Australian ‘Little’ Magazines”, Focus, April 1948, p.7.

3 Letter from Brady published in Focus, December-January 1946-47 issue, p.39.

4 Brady to Muir Holburn, 27.4.1949, in Mitchell Library.


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