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Issue Details: First known date: 1929... vol. 5 no. 48 22 October 1929 of The Australian Woman's Mirror est. 1924-1961 The Australian Woman's Mirror
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  • Contains the fourth instalment of Myra Morris's Enchantment, p. 4


* Contents derived from the 1929 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Jerry's Ruination, Shore Cunningham , single work short story
When Sophie Wimple-Brown marries Jerry Oswald, Jerry's rich Uncle Joe, owner of Appletree Downs, disinherits him. Sophie and Joe devise a plan to win him over, but the outcome is not what they planned and Sophie discovers the attraction of rich, older men.
(p. 6, 52 - 53)
Don't Listen!, Jane East , single work short story
Martie is tired of always being the one who listens and longs for someone to listen to her. Her friend, Betha, advises her not to listen to people anymore, but to talk about herself. When she meets Carey Ellis, she carries this advice to the extreme.
(p. 7, 50 - 51)
Solicitudei"She had such pity for all crippled things--", Betty Berry , single work poetry (p. 14)
You Will Not Comei"So you will come again when skies are fair", Black Bonnet , single work poetry (p. 15)
Light of Love, Emel , single work poetry (p. 16)
Untitled, Franziska , single work review
— Review of The Meeting-Pool : A Tale of Borneo Mervyn Skipper , 1929 selected work children's fiction ;
A favourable review which recommends the book to children for its whimsical tales. R. W. Coulter was an illustrator for The Australian Woman's Mirror and M. G. Skipper was a 'literary representative' of The Bulletin.
(p. 24) Section: Let's Talk About Books
Untitled, Franziska , single work review
— Review of Why Editors Regret : First Aid for the Free-Lance Gerald Dillon , 1929 single work non-fiction ;
A handbook for all aspiring writers, of both fiction and non-fiction, containing sections by many of Australia's prominent writers and editors. Franziska recommends the volume, although she reprimands the publisher for several typographical errors.
(p. 24, 41) Section: Let's Talk About Books

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