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Issue Details: First known date: 1928... vol. 4 no. 26 22 May 1928 of The Australian Woman's Mirror est. 1924-1961 The Australian Woman's Mirror
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* Contents derived from the 1928 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
The Tables Turned, Hazel V. Porter , single work short story
An unassertive woman is constantly taken for granted by her three selfish sisters. However a friend intervenes and persuades her to leave them to fend for themselves for a weekend.
(p. 6, 50 - 51)
'Police! Police!', E. F. Bourne , single work short story
A newly-wed is afraid when her husband leaves her alone for the night, especially as there have been a number of burglaries in the neighbourhood.
(p. 7, 52 - 53)
The World's Most Incredible Lovers, Dulcie Deamer , single work column
Deamer writes of the period in the twelfth century, which she calls 'The Apotheosis of Woman', when men showed their devotion to the woman of their desires by undergoing extraordinary trials.
(p. 8, 41)
Mary Kelaher, Bernice May , single work column
May describes her meeting with Kelaher and provides biographical details.
(p. 12, 45)
Frustrationi"Dearest, I have no words for you today,", Patricia O'Rane , single work poetry (p. 14)
Looking Backi"Oh, for the old days", Ethel Davies , single work poetry (p. 15)
The Grateful Hearti"Sometimes, your arms about me in the dusk,", Ione Fryar , single work poetry (p. 16)

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Contains the fourth instalment of Gilbert Mant's Journey's End, p. 4
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