Short Stories: The Little Match-Seller by Hans Christian Andersen
It was terribly algid and nearly dark on the last day of the old year, and the blow was descending fast. In the cold and the darkness, a poor bantam girl, with bare noesis and naked feet, roamed through and through the streets. It is actual she had on a couplet of slippers once she left home, but they were not of much use.
By Marion writer in 1932 Kookaburra piece on Marion Sinclair wrote the song in 1932 for a rivalry state control by the Victorian Girl Guides. The competition was for an 'Australian round' song. Her song, the Kookaburra bargain won and was introduced by Marion at the World Jamboree in Frankston, australian state in 1934. There are more gum trees than any remaining kind of tree diagram in Australia.