The Edward T. LeBlanc Memorial Dime Novel Bibliography

Item - The Boomerang

(Brave and Bold edition)

Combined Summary

Online Full Text: Digital Library @ Villanova University (Brave and Bold edition)
Project Gutenberg (Project Gutenberg edition)
Series: Brave and Bold no. 362
Dates: November 27, 1909 (Brave and Bold edition)
November 26, 2016 (Project Gutenberg edition)
First Sentence: Since the memorable time when Captain Cook sailed into Botany Bay in 1769 and saw the naked native Australian poising erect to hurl his peculiar weapon, the boomerang has continued to excite the curiosity and amazement of the civilized world; and truly the finding of such a scientific weapon in the hands of this so-called lowest order of mankind is an astonishing fact, to be simply accepted as another oddity of this odd, topsy-turvy corner of the world. (Brave and Bold edition)
Last Sentence: I knew the blacks liked to get in under cover before dark, so, with a half-crown to Long Green, some cakes for the little bushy heads, and good-bys, I walked off like a veritable savage, grasping firmly my newly made aboriginal boomerang. (Brave and Bold edition)

Known Editions

Brave and Bold edition (in Brave and Bold Weekly, no. 362)
Project Gutenberg edition (in Brave and Bold Weekly, no. 362)

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