|The United Aborigines Messenger||1|
|Diamond Jubilee Humber OUR FEDERAL PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE||1|
|The United Aborigines Mission of Australia Publication Office: 49 Elizabeth Street, Melbourne, C.1, Victoria. Telephone: MU 2696. “THERE FAILED NOT AUGHT”||2|
|Our Federal Secretary’s Encouraging Message||3|
|Our Federal Treasurer’s Trumpet Blast||3|
|Sixty Years in Review – Ebenezer||3 , 4 , 5 , 6|
|HOW BOMADERRY HOME BEGAN||4|
|firs. Nixon, one of the early worhers, reviews the eventful post||7|
|"One Man and God"||8|
|Young People's Page||9|
|MR. AND MRS. WALKER TELL OF THE ADVANCES AT THE CROSSING. AND THE NEEDS GROW TOO; SO DO THE OPPORTUNITIES. WHO WILL GO?||10|
|MR. AND MRS. MATHIESON FAITHFULLY CARRY ON||10|
|Our Monthly Prayer and Praise Page||11 , 12|
|GATEWAY TO THE NATIVE MIND||12|
|BOMADERRY CHILDREN'S HOME||12|
|ME. SOUTHWELL TELLS OF 3000 MILES TRAVEL. HE WOULD THANK ALL FRIENDS FOR GIFTS AND PARCELS, HE WILL WRITE SOON.||12|
|READ THIS THRILLING ACCOUNT OF VAST MISSIONARY EFFORT IN THE FAR WESTERN PARTS OF NEW SOUTH WALES||13 , 14 , 15|
|MISS E. GOODFELLOW TELLS THE STORY OF “TANDERRA” AND ITS OPENING, SEE ACCOMPANYING INTERIOR PICTURES OF THE HOME.||15 , 16|
United Aborigines Mission. (1929). The United Aborigines messenger Retrieved October 5, 2022, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-580056461
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| author1=United Aborigines Mission.
| title=The United Aborigines messenger
| section=56 v. : ill. ; 24 cm.
| issue=Vol.22 No.10 (1 November 1954)
| location=Burnley, Vic
| publisher=United Aborigines Mission
| access-date=5 October 2022
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