|The Bookfellow THE AUSTRALASIAN REVIEW.||1|
|REVIEWS. KEBLE'S LECTURES ON POETRY||1 , 2|
|FURTHER REMINISCENCES||2 , 3|
|PORTRAIT MINIATURES OF FIVE CENTURIES||3|
|KING EDWARD VII. IN HIS TRUE COLOURS||3 , 4|
|Advertising||6 , 7|
|MUSIC. MUSICAL COMPOSITION,||8 , 9|
|REACTIONS. III.-A. L. GORDON.||10 , 11|
|UNDER THE GUM-TREE||12|
|HENRY CLARENCE KENDALL.||13|
|THE CATS’ DUET||14 , 15|
|BLACK-AND-WHITERS.||16 , 17|
|Advertising||16 , 17|
|FICTION.||18 , 20|
|Advertising||19 , 20 , 21|
|CANADIAN POETRY.||22 , 23 , 24|
|MOXHAM’S THIRD MOMENT.||24 , 25|
|Advertising||27 , 28|
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| title=The bookfellow : the Australasian review and journal of the Australasian book trade
| section=v. ; 32 cm.
| edition=Trade ed.
| issue=Vol. 2 No. 2 (1 February 1913)
| access-date=21 April 2021
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