Popular sixpenny edition ; no. 594. "By special arrangement with Francis, Day & Hunter, London." Copy 1 cover illustration shows a ventriloquist and his doll, "Sidney James and "Billy" of the Royal Strollers." Copy 2 illustration shows Hugh Steyne.
For voice and piano. "A song for the nation, march song and chorus". "Introduced and sung with great success by Bessie Sutton". Cover has portrait photograph of Bessie Sutton. "Also arranged by L.L. Howarde as a march and played everywhere with…
For voice and piano. At head of title: Dedicated to our gallant Anzacs. Words of chorus printed on cover ; full words (verses and chorus) printed on verso of cover. "Sole agents for New South Wales and Queensland, J. Albert & Son." (cover)
For voice and piano. "... in J.C. Williamson's Ltd. ... pantomime 'The house that Jack built."-- Cover. Covers vary - Rare copy is a portrait of Constance Cayley in uniform. From the collection of Gwen Wale. "1918 (Lillydale State School Concert)"