Stories and Poems from Pearson’s Magazine, UK

 

Items with annotations are flagged with the symbol ✎ below.

 

The Hesitating Lover (verse) — Pearson’s Xmas ’Xtra, November 1903

The Perplexed Poet (verse) — Pearson’s Xmas ’Xtra, November 1903

✎ An Afternoon Dip (school story) — September 1904

A Corner in Lines (school story) — January 1905

✎ The Autograph Hunter (school story) — February 1905

A Bridge Tragedy (verse) — July 1905

Back to the Land (sketch) — August 1905

The Pipe (story) — September 1905

The Reform of Murphy’s Rents (verse) — October 1905

A New Line (story) — November 1905

✎ The Best Policy (story) — January 1906

Why Smith Left Home (story) — February 1906

The New Advertising (sketch) — March 1906

Playing the Game (school story) — May 1906

The Umpire (verse) — July 1906

The Pro (a cricket story) — August 1906

The Old Cricketer’s Story (verse) — September 1906

The Very First (verse) — September 1906

My Forte (verse) — November 1906

Joe (verse) — May 1907

✎ Sing It! (verse) — July 1907

The Traitor (verse) — September 1907

An Ultimatum (verse) — February 1908

Missed! (verse) — August 1908

Against the Clock (a Joan Romney cricket story) — June 1909

Wasted Sympathy (verse) — June 1909

✎ Reginald’s Record Knock (a cricket story) — July 1909

The Outcast (verse) — April 1910

Sir Agravaine (story) — December 1912

The Education of Detective Oakes (story) — December 1914

Crowned Heads (story) — April 1915

A Sea of Troubles (story) — June 1915

The Test Case (a Reggie Pepper story) — December 1915