John Ernest Reid
BUSH SKETCHER. THE OLD STATION. By ERNEST REID.
One cold morning in July we all sat in the mail phaeton gazing tearfully at the old home for the last time. Old Harry, the only remaining hand, tottered round to wish us good-bye.
http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article139118610 The Australasian (Melbourne), Sat 17 Sep 1904, p50
BUSH SKETCHER. "COOKIE" By ERNEST REID
"My dharling, mine not been see you this long time," was Cockie's usual greeting several months' absence.
http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article139802800 The Australasian (Melbourne), Sat 18 Mar 1905, p50
THE SKETCHER. A BUSH PHANTASY. By ERNEST REID.
A solemn stillness, save for the heavy breathing of the sleepers, hung over all, as Queyon lay rubbing his chilled limbs. He had walked far during the day in search of game, and his legs ached with the coolness of the night air.
http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article139808677 The Australasian (Melbourne), Sat 1 Jul 1905, p46
BUSH SKETCHES. MEMORIES. By ERNEST REID.
With the first warm breath of spring the is filled with the cheerful flute-like notes of hundreds of birds. Gaily-caparisoned butterflies dance by, while the far-away, drowsy monotones of the large flies set the mind winging back to the '"long ago."
http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article139179103 The Australasian (Melbourne), Sat 17 Nov 1906, p51
BUSH SKETCHER. THE BACK STATION. By ERNEST REID.
A fascinating calm of sweet content ment seems to clothe the spot where the old Back Station has stood for more than fifty years.
http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article139690702 The Australasian (Melbourne), Sat 27 Mar 1909, p54