|The Advance Australia||1|
|President Roberts (Vic.). SOME WORK DURING THE MONTH.||2|
|The South African Problem. THE REMARKABLE CABLES THE A.N.A. by “ IMPERIALIST.”||3|
|Answers to Correspondents.||3|
|CONCERT AT CHELTENHAM.||4|
|HERBERT SPENCER ON PATRIOTISM.||4|
|A.N.A. Metropolitan Committee (Vic.) MONTHLY MEETING.||5|
|FIRST QUARTERLY MEETING OF THE A.N.A. Board of Directors (Vic.)||6|
|HAWTHORN V. OAKLEIGH DEBATE.||8|
|History of Australia.||9|
|Advertising||9 , 10|
|OPENING OF THE TATURA BRANCH A.N.A., Vic.||10|
|OPENING OF THE INGLEWOOD BRANCH. (VIC.) SEVENTY-THREE REQUISITIONISTS.||11|
|Notes on Current Events. By No. 4.||11|
|Union Tit Bits.||11|
|Advertising||11 , 12|
|Metropolitan Committee, Vic. Debate Tournament. Fourth Round.||13|
|Debate Tournament Embargo.||13|
|A NEW GUINEA REVERIE.||13|
|Supplement to THE ADVANCE AUSTRALIA.||16 , 17|
|A.N.A. Branch Work.||19 , 20|
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| title=The advance Australia
| section=v. ; 44 cm.
| issue=Vol. 03 No. 06 (7 Jun 1899)
| publisher=F. Davison
| access-date=6 May 2021
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