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A Member of the Gawler Baptist Young Men’s Literary Society One Who Loved His Fellow Men 1899 The following is one of several original stories read before the Gawler Baptist Young Men’s Literary Society Bunyip Australian
A Prisoner of the Forest A Prisoner of the Forest 1901 For the Children Launceston Examiner Unknown
A. D. A. Dick. A True Snake Story 1896 For the Children Launceston Examiner Unknown
A. D. A. Benny’s Wallabee. A Queensland Sketch 1898 For the Children Launceston Examiner Unknown
A. R. S. Hurrah for Christmas. A Story for the Children 1880 The Young Folks South Australian Chronicle Unknown
Adams, Bertha Southey Betty 1896 Written for the Children’s column of the Examiner Launceston Examiner Australian
Adams, Bertha Southey Guedeph, the Elphin Musician 1896 Written for the Children’s Column of the “Examiner.” Launceston Examiner Australian
Adams, Bertha Southey Mate and Moses. A Few Chapters from the Lives of Two Real Children 1896 For the Children Launceston Examiner Australian
Adams, Bertha Southey The Fool of the Shadowy Valley 1896 For the Children; Written for the Examiner Launceston Examiner Australian
Adams, Bertha Southey Fulath, the Fool of the Shadowy Valley 1897 For the Children; written for the Examiner; author lives in Hamilton-on-Forth Launceston Examiner Australian
Adams, Bertha Southey A Wandering Lamb 1897 For the Children; Written for the “Children’s Column” of the “Examiner” Launceston Examiner Australian
Adams, Bertha Southey Darliea: A Fairy Tale of Ceylon 1897 For the Children; author lives in Hamilton-on-Forth Launceston Examiner Australian
Adams, Bertha Southey Monica 1897 For the Children Launceston Examiner Australian
Adams, Bertha Southey Huzz Buzz. A Short School Sketch From Life 1898 For the Children Launceston Examiner Australian
Adams, Bertha Southey In the Heart of the Glowing Coals 1898 Written for the “Children’s Column” of the “Examiner” Launceston Examiner Australian
Adams, Bertha Southey Yu-Yu’s Love Tale 1898 Written for the Children’s Column of the “Examiner” Launceston Examiner Australian
Adams, Bertha Southey Ethel: The Short Tale of a Tennis Ball 1898 For the Children Launceston Examiner Australian
Adams, Bertha Southey The Three B’s 1899 For the Children Launceston Examiner Australian
Adare, James Tales for Piccaninnies 1904 Princess Spinaway’s Department Australian Town and Country Australian
Aka Gerty in Fairyland 1898 For Children Australasian Unknown
Aka The Pink Silk Gloves 1899 For Children Australasian Unknown
Albion Three Little Bushboys 1907 Princess Spinaway’s Department. Author is from Rocky Plain, Cooma Australian Town and Country Unknown
Allen, Margaret Honesty is the Best Policy 1902 Children’s Corner. Author is from Wahroonga. Australian Town and Country Unknown
Arthur The Witch and Princess Margaret. A Fairy Tale 1891 Written for the Queenslander; author aged 10 years Queenslander Unknown
Aunt Mary Tommy and the Frogs 1905 Children’s Corner Western Mail Unknown
Austral The Bunyip’s Prophecy 1894 Author aged 14 Queenslander Unknown
Austral The Bunyip’s Prophecy 1894 Author aged 14 Queenslander Unknown
Austral The Bunyip’s Prophecy 1894 Author aged 14 Oakleigh Leader Unknown
Austral The Bunyip’s Prophecy 1894 Author aged 14 Elsternwick Leader Unknown
Austral The Bunyip’s Prophecy 1894 Author aged 14 Oakleigh Leader Unknown
Austral The Bunyip’s Prophecy 1894 Author aged 14 Elsternwick Leader Unknown
Austral The Bunyip’s Prophecy 1894 Author aged 14 Queenscliff Sentinel Unknown
Austral The Bunyip’s Prophecy 1894 Author aged 14 Queenscliff Sentinel Unknown
B. M. K. Ted’s Gum Tree 1897  For the Children Launceston Examiner Unknown
Back, Hilda A Christmas Story 1907 Young People South Australian Chronicle Unknown
Baldwin, James Thor’s Journey to Jotunhem 1883 Children’s Column Adelaide Observer Unknown
Baldwin, James Thor’s Journey to Jotunhen 1883 Children’s Column Evening Journal Unknown
Barak, Marcus Mary 1884 Children’s Column Adelaide Observer Unknown
Barak, Marcus Mary 1884 Children’s Column Evening Journal Unknown
Barak, Marcus Lost at La Perouse 1885 Children’s Column Adelaide Observer Unknown
Barb, Ruth A. Winnie’s Bracelet 1898 Author aged 12 years Melbourne Leader Unknown
Barb, Ruth A. Winnie’s Bracelet 1898 Author aged 12 years Melbourne Leader Unknown
Barnum, P. T. My Plucky Boy Tom; or, Searching for Curiosities in India for My Show 1888 Young Folks Alexandra and Yea Standard American
Barnum, P. T. My Plucky Boy Tom; or, Searching for Curiosities in India for My Show 1888 Young Folks Kyabram Union American
Barnum, P. T. My Plucky Boy Tom; or, Searching for Curiosities in India for My Show 1888 Young Folks Benalla Ensign American
Barnum, P. T. My Plucky Boy Tom; or, Searching for Curiosities in India for My Show 1888 Young Folks Oakleigh Leader American
Barnum, P. T. My Plucky Boy Tom; or, Searching for Curiosities in India for My Show 1888 Young Folks Portland Guardian American
Barnum, P. T. My Plucky Boy Tom; or, Searching for Curiosities in India for My Show 1888 Young Folks Euroa Advertiser American
Barnum, P. T. My Plucky Boy Tom; or, Searching for Curiosities in India for My Show 1888 Young Folks Elsternwick Leader American
Barnum, P. T. My Plucky Boy Tom; or, Searching for Curiosities in India for My Show 1889 Young Folks Bacchus Marsh Express American
Beeston, L. J. The Thief at St Hilderic’s: A Clever Story of School Life 1913 Children’s Story Albury Banner British
Beeston, L. J. Chilcot’s Uncle 1914 Children’s Story Albury Banner British
Bennett, Violet How Jeannie Became a Circus Rider 1896 Children’s Corner; Prize story Australian Town and Country Unknown
Berquin, Arnaud An Honest Boy and His Lying Cousin. A Boy’s Story 1885 Children’s Column; Translated from the French by Elizabeth Rolyat Adelaide Observer French
Berquin, Arnaud An Honest Boy and His Lying Cousin 1885 Children’s Column. Evening Journal French
Boyesen, Hjalmar Hjorth Big Hans and Little Hans 1886 Children’s Column Adelaide Observer American
Boyesen, Hjalmar Hjorth Big Hans and Little Hans 1886 Children’s Column Evening Journal American
Boyesen, Hjalmar Hjorth Fiddle-John’s Family 1887 Children’s Column Adelaide Observer American
Boyesen, Hjalmar Hjorth Fiddle-John’s Family 1888 Children’s Column Capricornian American
Boyesen, Hjalmar Hjorth Fiddle-John’s Family 1888  Children’s Column Morning Bulletin American
Brabourne, Lord (E. H. Knatchbull-Hugessen) The Captive Queen 1886 Children’s Column Adelaide Observer British
Brabourne, Lord (E. H. Knatchbull-Hugessen) The Captive Queen 1886 Children’s Column Evening Journal British
Brigalow Caught in a Squall 1895 Children’s Corner Queenslander Unknown
Brigalow The Fairy Ant Hills 1897 Children’s Corner Queenslander Unknown
Britta Jack and Co. 1898 Princess Spinaway’s Department Australian Town and Country Unknown
Brothers, Robert The Triplets 1898 Children’s Corner Dawn Unknown
Brothers, Robert Blue Gum Among Debbil-Debbil 1898 Children’s Corner Dawn Unknown
Bulloo Koolparri; or, The Pioneers 1912 Children’s Queenslander Unknown
Bulloo Gurramon, the Outlaw: An Australian Tale of Adventure 1898 Children’s Corner Queenslander Unknown
Bulloo Wammoo: A Tale of Adventure 1899 Children’s Corner Queenslander Unknown
Bulloo Coomina, The Golden Valley 1899  Children’s Corner Queenslander Unknown
Bulloo Kangatook; or, Tom Brombey’s Schooldays 1899 Children’s Corner Queenslander Unknown
Bynner, Edwin Lassetter The Extra Train 1882 Young Folks Sydney Mail American
Castilla, Ethel The King of the Downs 1899 Young Folks Sydney Mail Australian
Celd, Malim In the Bush 1902 Princess Spinaway’s Department Australian Town and Country Unknown
Celd, Malim Just Australia 1903 Children’s Corner Australian Town and Country Unknown
Celd, Malim Mollie 1904 Children’s Corner Australian Town and Country Unknown
Celd, Malim Chicks 1904 Princess Spinaway’s Department Australian Town and Country Unknown
Charles, E. The Wilfulness of Winnie 1897  Children’s Page Australian Town and Country Australian
Chinneck, W. L. The Overthrow of Jack Crow 1907 The Children’s Corner Queenslander Unknown
Clarkson, Muriel The Wishing Bridge 1896 By Muriel Clarkson, aged 12, Toodyay, West Australia; Children’s Corner Australian Town and Country Unknown
Clarkson, Muriel The Wishing Bridge 1896 By Muriel Clarkson, aged 12, Toodyay, West Australia; Children’s Corner Australian Town and Country Unknown
Clarkson, Muriel A Tale of Twins 1898 Children’s Australian Town and Country Unknown
Clematis A Brave Woman 1899 Written for the Children’s Column by Clemantis, aged 14 Launceston Examiner Unknown
Clinch, Eileen Winnie, or Stolen From Home 1897 Children’s Corner; author is from Blayney Australian Town and Country Australian
Clinch, Eileen Wildflower 1898 Children’s Page; author is from Blayney Australian Town and Country Australian
Cohen, Philip A Terrible Christmas Day. A True Story of the Olden Time 1892 For Young People Sydney Mail Australian
Cornwall, Ethel True’s Device 1907 The Children’s Corner; Author location North Sydney Australian Town and Country Unknown
Cosens, Ethel Austin The Nymph of Woodlands 1897 By Ethel Austin Cosens, Aged 13 1/2 years Melbourne Leader Unknown
Court Jester The Pirate Isles 1901 Children’s Column. Australian Town and Country Unknown
Courtney, Victor D. A. An Aerial Adventure, or the Secret of a Scientist 1909 Author aged 15 Daily News Unknown
Courtney, Victor D. A. An Aerial Adventure, or the Secret of a Scientist 1909 Author aged 15 Daily News Unknown
Davidson, Harriet Miller Sir Gilbert’s Children 1884 Children’s Column; By the Late Mrs. Harriet Miller Davidson Adelaide Observer Australian
Davidson, Harriet Miller Sir Gilbert’s Children 1884 Children’s Column; by the late Mrs. Harriet Miller Davidson Evening Journal Australian
Davidson, J. O. Chan Ok; A Romance of the Eastern Seas 1891 Children’s Column Adelaide Observer American
Davidson, J. O. Chan Ok; A Romance of the Eastern Seas 1891 Children’s Column Evening Journal American
Delphia A Holiday Adventure 1897 Children’s Corner Queenslander Australian
Dwyer, Vera Two Little Mesdames 1905 Princess Spinaway’s Department; author location North Sydney Australian Town and Country Australian
Dwyer, Vera The Bulldog’s Decision 1906 Princess Spinaway’s Department Australian Town and Country Australian
Dwyer, Vera Great-Great-Uncle John 1906 Princess Spinnaway’s Department; Author location – North Shore Australian Town and Country Australian
E. R. L. H. Erica’s Visit. A Fairy Story 1898 For the Children Launceston Examiner Unknown
E. R. L. H. The Story of Princess Lilybud 1899 For the Children Launceston Examiner Unknown
E. R. L. K. The Old Grey Cat at the Mill. A Fairy Story 1898 For the Children Launceston Examiner Unknown
Eady, Pauline The Bog Robbers 1900 Princess Spinaway’s Department Australian Town and Country Unknown
Edgecombe, Sibella B. The Village Postmistress 1888 Children’s Column Capricornian Unknown
Edgecombe, Sibella B. The Village Postmistress 1888 Children’s Column Morning Bulletin Unknown
Egerton, Grey A Day at a Boarding School, or a Midnight Feast 1905 Children’s: (age 16 years); First Prize Story Division 1 Western Mail Unknown
Eggleston, Edward The Hoosier School Boy 1882 The Young Folks South Australian Chronicle American
Elfie The Ribbon of Blue 1867 The following pretty fairy tale has been written by a lady engaged in tuition, and is now first published for the special gratification of our our young readers. Adelaide Observer Unknown
Eric Sydney’s Trial 1879 Young Folks Sydney Mail Unknown
Eric The Land of Make-Believe 1887 Young Folks Sydney Mail Unknown
Ethelburga Light after Darkness 1897 By “Ethelburga,” Launceston; Written for the Examiner; For the Children Launceston Examiner Unknown
Evans, F. Howel Temple, Squeaker and Co. 1914 Children’s Story Albury Banner Unknown
Evans, F. Howel King Dick’s Jump 1914 Children’s Story; Temple, Squeaker, and Co. Albury Banner Unknown
Eyton, Alice Mother’s Story 1897 Young Folks Sydney Mail Australian
F. N. A Trip to the Moon 1909 Written for Clipper Young Folks Clipper Unknown
Fawcett, Edgar A Country Cousin: A Story of New York in Seven Chapters 1885 The Young Folks South Australian Chronicle American
Fenn, George Manville Iron Trials 1886 For the Young Folks South Australian Chronicle British
Fenn, George Manville Iron Trials 1886 The Young Folks; In Seven Chapters Brisbane Telegraph British
Fenton, W. A. Florence Brereton: A Tale of the Peak District 1893 Children’s Corner Inquirer Unknown
Fraser, Dorothy Babby 1901 Princess Spinaway’s Department; Author aged 15; prize story Australian Town and Country Unknown
Fry, Edith M. Antony and Cleopatra 1899 from Kogarah Children’s Corner Australian Town and Country Australian
Funston, Frederick Storm-Bound Above the Clouds 1901 For the Children Launceston Examiner Unknown
Fussell, Gwen The Trophy 1905 Princess Spinaway’s Department; author location ‘North Shore’ Australian Town and Country Unknown
Fussell, Gwen A Bookmaker 1907 Children’s Corner Australian Town and Country Unknown
Fussell, Gwen Beyond the Hills 1907 Princess Spinaway’s Department Australian Town and Country Unknown
Garraway, H. M. Christabel and King Kangaroona 1887 Children’s; Written for the Queenslander Queenslander Unknown
Garraway, H. M. The Magic Rose: A Story of Fact and Fancy 1891 Children’s Corner; Written for the Queenslander Queenslander Unknown
Garraway, H. M. Little Jumping Joan 1892 Written for the Queenslander; Children’s Corner Queenslander Unknown
Giberne, Agnes Mysie and Mirrie 1876 Children’s Christmas Column Darling Downs Gazette British
Gipsy Low The Story of a Boy 1900 Princess Spinaway’s Department Australian Town and Country Unknown
Gordon, S. S. The Pitchfork Robbery 1913 Children’s Story Albury Banner Unknown
Graham, Winifred The Romance of a Child: A True Story 1899 Children’s Corner Dawn British
Green, Edith A. Rats and Royalty 1901 Children’s Corner Queenslander Unknown
Green, Edith A. Santa Claus Out West 1899 For the Young Folks Queenslander Unknown
Greene, Homer The Blind Brother: A Story of the Pennsylvania Gold Mines 1887 Young Folks South Australian Chronicle American
H. M. D. The Child of the Sun 1881 Children’s Column Adelaide Observer Unknown
H. M. D. The Child of the Sun 1881 Children’s Column Evening Journal Unknown
Harper, Edith A Fantasy 1899 The Children’s Corner Australian Town and Country British
Hedley, Beryl In Comet-Land. A Dream Story for Boys and girls 1913 Children’s Corner Western Mail Unknown
Henty, G. A. Facing Death: A Tale of the Coal Mines 1881 Children’s Corner Brisbane Courier British
Henty, G. A. Facing Death: A Tale of the Coal Mines 1881 Children’s Corner Queenslander British
Herrod, Walter Two in a Fix 1909 Young People South Australian Chronicle British
Herrod, Walter Two in a Fix 1910 Children’s Story Albury Banner British
Hogue, Amy Miss Baby 1896 The Children’s Corner Australian Town and Country Australian
Hogue, Amy Roley’s Letter 1898 The Children’s Corner Australian Town and Country Australian
Hogue, Amy Carston’s Tit-Bit 1899 Children’s: Affectionately dedicated to my Little Friend, Flossie Lee Australian Town and Country Australian
Holden, Emma E. Queen Mab’s Fairy Boat 1891  Children’s Column Adelaide Observer Australian
Holden, Emma E. Queen Mab’s Fairy Boat 1892  Children’s Column Capricornian Australian
Holden, Emma E. Queen Mab’s Fairy Boat 1892  Children’s Column Morning Bulletin Australian
Holden, Emma E. The Nursery Picnic 1894 Children’s Column Adelaide Observer Australian
Hope on The Forger’s Wife 1888 This story was written for the Town and Country Journal by a clever little, persevering Sydney girl, who is blind, and has never, therefore, had the advantages and opportunities enjoyed by boys and girls who can see. No doubt, our young readers who are blessed with sight will peruse the tale with interest. Australian Town and Country Unknown
Hume, Dora The Irrepressibles 1898 Author aged 11 years Castlesteeds, Burrowa, New South Wales Melbourne Leader Unknown
Hume, Dora The Irrepressibles 1898 Author aged 11 years Castlesteeds, Burrowa, New South Wales Melbourne Leader Unknown
Ingram, Effie Zara, The Wire-Walker 1899 Children; author is from Redfern Australian Town and Country Unknown
Iris Brave Gerty 1897 For the Children Launceston Examiner Unknown
Iris Ted and Me: A Jubilee Story for Boys 1897 For the Children Launceston Examiner Unknown
Kennedy, Mabel C. Billy’s Journey in Shadow Land 1892 Children’s Column Adelaide Observer Unknown
Keogh, Maye Aunt Mary’s Niece 1906 Princess Spinaway’s Department Australian Town and Country Unknown
Ker, David Boys Who Became Famous: A Little Historian 1889 The Children’s Corner Australian Town and Country British
Ker, David The Spectres of the Black Forest. A True Story of Germany 1891 The Young Folks South Australian Chronicle British
La Perouse Noll 1901 Young People South Australian Chronicle Unknown
Lamb, Edith Mayblossom 1889 Young Folks Sydney Mail Unknown
Lamb, Edith A Passage through a Prune Jar to the River of Real Life 1889 Young Folks Sydney Mail Unknown
Lamb, Marguerite Friends 1899 Princess Spinaway’s Department Australian Town and Country Unknown
Lang, John Fisher’s Ghost 1897 The following story on the subject of Fisher’s Ghost is from the pen of John Lang, and is very interesting, not only to those who remember the tragedy upon which the story is formed, but to the younger generation who may not have had an opportunity before of reading it. Northern Star Australian
Lee, Mrs Frank Redmond of the Seventh 1888 The Young Folks South Australian Chronicle American
Lefebure, Dieudonnee The Blind Fiddler. A Tale for Children 1882 Children’s Column Evening Journal Unknown
Lefebure, Dieudonnee The Blind Fiddler. A Tale for Children 1882 Children’s Column; Translated from the French by Dieudonnee Lefebure Adelaide Observer Unknown
Lefebure, Dieudonnee The Little Conjuror. A Tale for Children 1884 Children’s Column Evening Journal Unknown
Lefebure, Dieudonnee The Little Conjuror. A Tale for Children 1884 Children’s Column; Translated from the French by Dieudonnee Lefebure Adelaide Observer Unknown
Lefebure, Dieudonnee A Boy’s Fortune. A Story for Children 1884 Children’s Column Adelaide Observer Unknown
Lefebure, Dieudonnee A Boy’s Fortune. A Story for Children 1884 Children’s Column; Translated from the French by Dieudonnee Lefebvre Evening Journal Unknown
Leslie, Charlotte Pride and Humility 1895 Young Folks; author is from Malvern, Victoria Broadford Courier Unknown
Leslie, Charlotte Pride and Humility 1895 The Young Folks; author is from Malvern, Victoria Oakleigh Leader Unknown
Leslie, Charlotte Pride and Humility 1895 The Young Folks; author is from Malvern, Victoria Elsternwick Leader Unknown
Light, Walter H. When Hargrave Turned Coward 1913 Children’s Story Albury Banner Unknown
Longhurst, Percy Jerry’s Luck 1908 Young People South Australian Chronicle Unknown
Lousada, Connie The Story of a Beautiful Princess 1900 Author aged 10; Children’s Column Western Mail Unknown
M. C. A Would-Be Soldier 1900 Children’s  Column Australian Town and Country Unknown
Manson, Ivy Bobbie 1903 Children’s Corner Western Mail Unknown
McDowell, K. R. A Debt of Years 1883 The Young Folks South Australian Chronicle Unknown
McGregor, Peter Killing of the Spotted Bull 1905 Children’s Column. Capricornian Unknown
Menard, Gertrude Liz 1893 Children’s Corner Dawn Unknown
Musgrave, Stanley The Scapegrace 1909 Young People South Australian Chronicle Unknown
Nicholls, F. Saunders The Marvellous Island 1888 Young Folks Sydney Mail Australian
Nicholls, F. Saunders The Five Comrades 1889 Young Folks Sydney Mail Australian
Noiram That One Year 1900 For the Children; Written for the Examiner Launceston Examiner Unknown
Otis, James Left Behind; Or Ten Days a Newsboy 1884 Children’s Column Adelaide Observer American
Otis, James Left Behind; Or Ten Days a Newsboy 1884 Children’s Column Evening Journal American
Pearson, Alec G. The Red Star Moose 1913 Children’s Story Albury Banner Unknown
Perry, George  B. Uncle Peter’s Trust 1888 Children’s Column Adelaide Observer American
Perry, George  B. Uncle Peter’s Trust 1888 Children’s Column Evening Journal American
Perry, George  B. Uncle Peter’s Trust 1888 The Young Folks South Australian Chronicle American
Persian Lilac The Lady of the Marshes 1901 Children’s Column Australian Town and Country Unknown
Phillpotts, Eden A Yellow Nightmare 1905 Children’s  Column Capricornian British
Phillpotts, Eden A Yellow Nightmare 1905 Children’s  Column Morning Bulletin British
Pollock, William Hugh Colredge’s Race 1908 Young People South Australian Chronicle Unknown
Princess Spinaway Laddie Boy 1895 For the Children Australian Town and Country Australian
Pullen, C. Wrecked among Malay Pirates 1889 Young Folks South Australian Chronicle Unknown
Quiz, Roland A Pair of Turtle Doves 1909 Our Children’s Column Daily News British
Ravenglass, Hal The Eagles’ Crevasse 1909 Young People South Australian Chronicle Unknown
Robinson, May The Coming of the Soldier 1901 Princess Spinaway’s Department; May Robinson (Hobart, Tasmania) Australian Town and Country Unknown
Ruskin, John The King of the Golden River 1876  Children’s Corner Queenslander British
Russell, Lily The Paper-Babies 1903 Children’s Corner Queenslander Unknown
Ruth A Chapter of Unnatural History. Why Kangaroos’ Forelegs Are Short 1898 Young Folks; Illustrated by Hall Thorpe Sydney Mail Unknown
Ruvey Taw’s Adventure 1899  Children’s Australian Town and Country Unknown
Ruvey Mokosoi 1899 Princess Spinaway’s Department; by “Ruvey,” Fiji Australian Town and Country Unknown
Scudder, Horace Elisha The Old Brown Coat 1876 Children’s section. Queenslander American
Seriatim Princess Tango 1914 Children’s Corner Western Mail Unknown
Sinclair, Francis Revenge is Sweet 1907 Children’s: author aged 15 years Western Mail Unknown
Solly After Many Days 1886 Children’s Corner; Written for the Queenslander Queenslander Unknown
Spence, Catherine Helen The New Mamma 1880 Children’s Column Adelaide Observer Australian
Stephens, C. A. In the Clutch of the Tsar 1896 Young People South Australian Chronicle American
Stocks, Mildred E. When the Cat’s Away the Mice Will Play 1897 Author aged 13 years; Prize Story Melbourne Leader Unknown
Stocks, Mildred E. When the Cat’s Away the Mice Will Play 1897 Author aged 13 years; Prize Story Melbourne Leader Unknown
Strauss, Rita The New Governess 1914 The Children’s Column Melbourne Leader Unknown
Strauss, Rita The Magic Staircase 1914 A Complete Story for Children South Australian Chronicle Unknown
Stuart, Rosa Those Children Next Door 1914 Children’s South Australian Chronicle Unknown
Stuart, Rosa The Burglar 1914 Princess Spinaway’s Department South Australian Chronicle Unknown
T. O. T. Rags and I 1885 Young Folks Sydney Mail Unknown
Tamara, Chloe Topsy’s Birthday Adventure 1899 The Children’s Pages Australian Town and Country Unknown
Tamara, Chloe Memory’s Wild Ride 1899 Princess Spinaway’s Department Australian Town and Country Unknown
Tanner, M. Louise Counting Their Chickens 1884 Children’s Corner Queenslander Unknown
Taylor, Helen [Trans.] The False Prince 1890 Children’s Column; From the French Adelaide Observer Unknown
The Shadow The Secret of Silverleigh 1906 Children’s Corner Australian Town and Country Unknown
The Substance The Second Secret of Silversleigh 1907 The Children’s Corner; By “The Substance” (Victoria), with apologies to “The Shadow” (N.S.W.) Australian Town and Country Unknown
Thurston, Carrie Merlinda’s Wish 1914 A Child’s Story Western Mail Unknown
Trowbridge, J. T. The Little Master: In Ten Chapters 1886 The Young Folks; In Ten Chapters South Australian Chronicle American
Trowbridge, J. T. A Lost Reputation 1886 The Young Folks; In Two Chapters South Australian Chronicle American
Turner, Ethel The Convalescence of Taffie Farndon 1900 Princess Spinaway’s Department Australian Town and Country Australian
Turner, Ethel The Museum at Koonaworra 1903 The Children’s Corner Australian Town and Country Australian
Turner, Ethel Laddie 1892  The Children’s Corner Illustrated Sydney News Australian
Turner, Ethel The Altar of Trixie and Tod 1893 The Children’s Corner Illustrated Sydney News Australian
Turner, Ethel The Fifth Miss Digby 1893 The Children’s Corner Illustrated Sydney News Australian
Turner, Ethel Aunt Elgitha 1893 The Children’s Corner Illustrated Sydney News Australian
Turner, Ethel A Dreadful Pickle 1893 The Children’s Corner Illustrated Sydney News Australian
Turner, Ethel Gladys and the Fairies 1893 The Children’s Corner Illustrated Sydney News Australian
Turner, Ethel A Girl Named Bobbie 1893  The Children’s Corner Illustrated Sydney News Australian
Turner, Ethel That Young Rebel 1894 Children’s Corner Australian Town and Country Australian
Tyre, Terry Mr Bunkum. A Sketch of His Life, and Some Account of His Opinions 1870 Adapted for the Young Melbourne Punch Unknown
Unknown Soldiers of the Pen 1900 Young People South Australian Chronicle Unknown
Unknown The Spanish Galleon 1905 Children’s Corner Clipper Unknown
Unknown Captive Among Tibetans 1906 Young People South Australian Chronicle Unknown
Unknown On the Track of a Runaway 1906 Young People South Australian Chronicle Unknown
Unknown On the Track of a Runaway 1906 Children’s Page Albury Banner Unknown
Unknown The Stranger 1907 Princess Spinaway’s Department Australian Town and Country Unknown
Unknown King Um and the Ju-Ju 1908 Young People South Australian Chronicle Unknown
Unknown The Miner’s Mistake 1909 Young People South Australian Chronicle Unknown
Unknown Cleared 1910 Children’s Story Albury Banner Unknown
Unknown In the King’s Name 1910 Children’s Story Albury Banner Unknown
Unknown The O’Halloran: An Exciting and Fascinating story of School Life 1913 Children’s Story Albury Banner Unknown
Unknown The Pool of the Hundred Dead 1913 Children’s Story Albury Banner Unknown
Unknown The Match with Spring Grove 1913 Children’s Story Albury Banner Unknown
Unknown In the Grip of Daly’s Gang 1914 Children’s Story Albury Banner Unknown
Unknown Quite a Mistake: Bob’s Plans 1914 The Young Queenslander Queenslander Unknown
Unknown The Pot of Gold 1876  Children’s Corner Queenslander Unknown
Unknown A Christmas Stocking with a Hole in it 1877  Children’s Corner Queenslander Unknown
Unknown Widow Dorothy’s New Tear’s Eve 1877 Children’s Corner Queenslander Unknown
Unknown The Two Little Runaways 1878 Young Folks; Written for the Sydney Mail Sydney Mail Unknown
Unknown Our Friend the Elephant. Stories from India 1880 Children’s Corner Queenslander Unknown
Unknown Jacob, the Veteran; Or, Faithful Unto Death 1882 Children’s Page Jewish Herald Unknown
Unknown Indian Forest-Notes 1882 Children’s Column Capricornian Unknown
Unknown The Blind Fiddler 1882 Children’s Column; translated from the French Capricornian Unknown
Unknown A Sister’s Sacrifice 1886 Children’s Column Morning Bulletin Unknown
Unknown In the Clutches of Poconaro 1887 Young Folks South Australian Chronicle Unknown
Unknown Adventures of a Naval Monkey 1888 The Young Folks Kyabram Union Unknown
Unknown Won by a Brave Deed 1889 The following novelette is the production of a girl of twelve years of age, and is published as an example of youthful Australian talent Goulburn Herald Unknown
Unknown Won by a Brave Deed 1889 The following novelette is the production of a girl of twelve years of age, and is published as an example of youthful Australian talent Goulburn Herald Unknown
Unknown Ella Marsten’s Trials 1889 Children’s Maitland Mercury Unknown
Unknown A Hoodlum: In Two Chapters 1890 The Young Folks South Australian Chronicle Unknown
Unknown Unforgiven: In Two Parts 1890 Children’s Corner; Written specially for young and old readers; In two parts Australian Town and Country Unknown
Unknown A Boy’s Adventure 1891 The Young Folks Alexandra and Yea Standard Unknown
Unknown Through the Gates of Sunset 1891 Young Folks Sydney Mail Unknown
Unknown The Beautiful Quaker Girl 1892  Children’s Mercury Junior Maitland Mercury Unknown
Unknown Jerry: A Sketch in Sepia 1893 The Children’s Corner Illustrated Sydney News Unknown
Unknown Jerry: A Sketch in Sepia 1893 The Children’s Corner Evening News Unknown
Unknown The Doctor and the Fairies 1893 Children’s Corner Dawn Unknown
Unknown On the Hadramaut Sands: A Wrecking Cruise Among the Arabs 1893 The Young Folks South Australian Chronicle Unknown
Unknown Jerry: A Sketch in Sepia 1894 The Children’s Corner Western Star and Roma Advertiser Unknown
Unknown Cripple Dick, and How He Saved Loo-Loo 1894 Young Folks; In Two Chapters Broadford Courier Unknown
Unknown Cripple Dick, and How He Saved Loo-Loo 1894 Young Folks section. In Two Chapters Elsternwick Leader Unknown
Unknown Cripple Dick, and How He Saved Loo-Loo 1894 Young Folks; In Two Chapters Oakleigh Leader Unknown
Unknown In the Clouds 1895 Princess Spinaway Australian Town and Country Unknown
Unknown The Golden Flower 1896 Young Folks Sydney Mail Unknown
Unknown The Children in the Snow. A True Story 1898 For the Children Launceston Examiner Unknown
Unknown A Sister’s Sacrifice 1899  Children’s Column Melbourne Advocate Unknown
Unknown2 Guthriel; Or, They that Sow in Tears, Shall Reap in Joy 1880 Children’s Page Jewish Herald Unknown
Unknown2 Christmas with Aunt Daisy 1881 Children’s Port Adelaide News Unknown
Unknown2 A Brave Boy 1884 Children’s Column Adelaide Observer Unknown
Unknown2 A Brave Boy 1884 Children’s Column Capricornian Unknown
Unknown2 A Brave Boy 1884 Children’s Column Morning Bulletin Unknown
Unknown2 The Longest Story on Record 1887 Children’s Column Capricornian Unknown
Unknown2 The Longest Story on Record 1887 Children’s Column Morning Bulletin Unknown
Vandorian The Enchanted Tree on Table Mountain 1897 Written for the “Town and Country Journal”; A Tale for Children Australian Town and Country Unknown
Verne, Jules A Family Without a Name 1890 Young Folks Sydney Mail French
Walker, Ruth The Heart of the Fire 1906 Children’s: Princess Spinaway’s Department Australian Town and Country Unknown
Walkey, Samuel The Escape of Captain Knifey 1913 Children’s Story Albury Banner British
Warburton, U. C. Egerton The Cat’s Nine Lives 1900 Children’s Column; “The following exceedingly clever tale has been sent for the Children’s Column, and I am sure will be read with much interest. The writer is quite a young girl. It will be remembered that she took that prize for her story “The Bunyip Swamp” in the Christmas story competition, and this story I consider quite as well written. Western Mail Unknown
Warner, Anna Bartlett The Three Little Spades 1866 Reading for the Young Queenslander American
Whitelaw, Grace An Awful Alternative 1892 Placed first in a competition promoted by the proprietors of “Shortland’s Trade Journal.” We have printed it in our columns because it is the Production of a young girl, a native of Auckland; and we regard it as possessing unusual merit, considering the age of the authoress. We take a pleasure in recognising the exhibition of genuine colonial talent, and shall look forward to Miss Whitelaw taking a high place some day in the ranks of New Zealand writers of fiction Clarence and Richmond Examiner New Zealand
Whitfeld, Adeline J. The Soldier’s Wife 1900 For the Children Launceston Examiner Australian
Whitfeld, Adeline J. Mrs Bockles’s Five 1900 For the Children Launceston Examiner Australian
Whitfeld, Adeline J. Dr Patch 1901 For the Children Launceston Examiner Australian
Whittell, Ruby Monkey Money 1897 The Children’s Corner Australian Town and Country Unknown
Whittell, Ruby Rex and Rotha 1897 Children’s Corner; “a new story written by an old member of the corner” Australian Town and Country Unknown
Whittell, Ruby A Rose Among Cornstalks 1898 Children’s Page Australian Town and Country Unknown
Whittell, Ruby A Troublesome Bridesmaid 1899 Children’s Australian Town and Country Unknown
Wood, Alfred How I helped my Sister’s Courtship 1906 Children’s Corner. (By Alfred Wood, 59 Chester-street, J: Chesterfield, Fremantle, aged 16 years.) Western Mail Unknown
Xanthorina Daisy 1899 Children’s Column; author aged 13 Western Mail Unknown
Young, Fred W. The Clang of the Bell 1914 Children’s Story Albury Banner Unknown
Z. Y. X. Only Geoff 1894 The Children’s Corner Illustrated Sydney News Unknown

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