All at Sea single work   short story  
Is part of The Browns of Bangaroo G. Hermon Gill 1937 series - author short story (number 12 in series)
Issue Details: First known date: 1937 1937
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'Bangaroo is the stage this week, and to it comes Ian Travers, second officer of the Mandalay, and affianced of Cynthia Brown, who is at present in England with her family, the Browns of Bangaroo. Ian is going to Bangaroo to visit the Forsyths, the Browns' relations, who are minding the home in the Browns' absence. But Ian's dramatic entry is marred by an unfortunate accident.'

Source:

'The Browns of Bangaroo', The Australasian, 14 August 1937, p.9.

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