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The Antipodean was an annual Australian illustrated literary periodical first published in 1892. It was edited by George Essex Evans in 1892, 1893 and 1897, with co-editors John Tighe Ryan (1892-3) and Banjo Paterson (1897). The publisher was George Robertson & Co..
In its early years, the periodical published works such as:The Bush Undertaker (1892), by Henry Lawson
The Geebung Polo Club (1893), by Banjo Paterson
My Gulf Helmet, by George Essex Evans under the pseudonym "Christophus"
A Daughter of Maoriland, by Henry Lawson