Newspaper Cuttings from"The Queenslander (Brisbane)"
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·  The Typical Australian.

The Queenslander (Brisbane, Qld. : 1866-1939) Thursday 9 July 1931 p 47 Article

... The Typical Australian. THE TYPICAL AUSTRALIAN HAS been found by a visitor, Dr. Thomas Wood, who has spent the last eighteen months studying us through English eyes—and wide-open eyes too. Here is this type, which he describes as "entirely fresh physically, peculiar to and characteristic of ... 141 words

·  Trees! "I wonder shall I ever see— A poem lovely as a tree?"

The Queenslander (Brisbane, Qld. : 1866-1939) Thursday 12 September 1935 p 7 Article

... fewer. One shudders to think of a future without them. Dr. Thomas Wood in "cobbers"— surely one of ... 903 words


The Queenslander (Brisbane, Qld. : 1866-1939) Thursday 29 May 1930 p 65 Article

... Academy of Music and the Royal College of Music in Australia this year will be Dr. Thomas Wood. Dr. R. O. Beacncrotr, and Messrs. Edgar Bainton and Harry Isaacs. Dr. Wood, who went to Oxford in 1914. and ... the only son 'Of Captain Thomas Wood. R.N.R. Dr. Wood was director of music at Ton bridge School in ... 1334 words

·  Of Interest To Women "Gillian" and One Farm Exhibits ABOUT OLD DAYS AND NEW THE SHOW'S THE THING

The Queenslander (Brisbane, Qld. : 1866-1939) Thursday 2 August 1934 p 34 Article Illustrated

... and a delightful, humorous, friendly book it is. Dr. Thomas Wood came and saw the Australia of to- ... to read what he says about Queens* land, for obviously Dr. Wood liked - both Queensland and the ... faults «nd our good qualities, for once mirrored hi an other^ eyes. Luckily for our conceit, Dr. Wood ... 1532 words