|The Red Page WHERE'S THE HORSE?||2|
|Lonely Hearts' Corner.||2|
|Two from "The Bulletin."||2|
|Advertising||3 , 4|
|MR. CURTIN SHOULD KNOW.||6|
|A Noble Victory.||6|
|Free and Easy.||6|
|PLAIN ENGLISH June Compliments.||7|
|Business, Rollery, Etc.||10 , 11|
|Advertising||10 , 11|
|Society "AND IT'S PRINTED WITH WIMBLE'S INKS"||12 , 13|
|ON AUGUST 19.||12|
|ABORIGINALITIES||14 , 15|
|THE SAIDOR TRAIL.||15|
|Pacific a Navy Show. (From an article by a London “Times” correspondent.) UNCABLED ADDITIONS||16|
|The “Anchored” Air Base. (Described by a last-war pilot in Manchester “Guardian.”)||16|
|Not-so-gay Paree. (As reported by a recently repatriated American woman.)||16|
|Empire’s Air Future. CFrom an American ‘‘Foreign Affairs” article by Sir Frederick Handley Page, managing director of the Handley Page co. and vice-chairman of the British Air Registration Board.)||16|
|“Army of the Maquis.” 0Condensed from a Chicago “Tribune” article by its correspondent David Darrah, returned after 16 months’ internment in France and Germany.)||16 , 17|
|“Free” Germans in Russia. (From a N.Y. “Times” letter by Julius Epstein.)||17|
|Fighting Norwegians. (Condensed from a “Saturday Evening Post” article by Leslie Roberts.)||17|
|War by Photo. (Cdndensed from a report by a N.Y. “Times” war correspondent.)||17 , 18|
|Advertising||17 , 18|
|Russian Religion. 0Condensed from a “Wall-street Journal" article by Thomas F. Woodlock.)||18|
|U.S.-British Differences. (Condensed from the “Saturday Evening Post.)||18 , 19|
|Dragnet Digest. (Condensed from various acknowledged sources.)||19|
|THE MAN ON THE LAND "DON'T WORRY, I'M SENDING IT TO GRAZCOS."||20 , 21|
|Advertising||20 , 21|
|Under Great Strain.||22|
|Hon. Nipponese Viewpoint.||22|
|SERVICE DEPARTMENT. Wants.||23|
|Answers to Correspondents.||23|
|BLACK TIM||24 , 25|
|Advertising||24 , 25|
|THE FACE OF THE WATERS.||25|
|The WILD CAT COLUMN||26 , 27|
|Advertising||26 , 27 , 28|
|THE SERVICE MAN On Nippon's Doorstep.||29|
|Raging to a Climax.||29 , 30 , 31|
|Advertising||29 , 30|
|Torpedoes from the Air.||31|
|Onward in Italy.||31|
|Offensive in Finland.||31|
|SPORTING NOTIONS||32 , 33|
|Advertising||32 , 33|
|FOR RANDWICK. (Before acceptances.)||32|
|THE OTHER FELLOW'S MIND||35|
(1880). The bulletin Retrieved January 29, 2022, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-535271453
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1880, The bulletin John Haynes and J.F. Archibald, Sydney, N.S.W viewed 29 January 2022 http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-535271453
| title=The bulletin
| section=105 volumes : illustrations (chiefly coloured), portraits (chiefly coloured) ; 30-40 cm.
| series=John Ryan Comic Collection (Specific issues).
| issue=Vol. 65 No. 3358 (21 Jun 1944)
| location=Sydney, N.S.W
| publisher=John Haynes and J.F. Archibald
| access-date=29 January 2022
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