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Issue Details: First known date: 1930... vol. 6 no. 31 24 June 1930 of The Australian Woman's Mirror est. 1924-1961 The Australian Woman's Mirror
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* Contents derived from the 1930 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
So This is Freedom!, Iris Norton Dexter , single work short story
Judith Tree runs away after a quarrel with her new husband, but discovers freedom is not what she was expecting.
(p. 8, 82 - 83)
Jessie, Nina Lowe , single work short story
Mrs Macintosh discovers her new maid, Jessie, has a mind of her own. Jessie has travelled to Australia from Scotland to marry Alec Graeme, but Alec seems to have changed his mind. Mr Macintosh steps in to help.
(p. 10, 77)
Poppiesi"Bring me not roses,", Myra Morris , single work poetry (p. 14) Section: Between Ourselves
Prayeri"Oh, do not call on Heaven", Daisy M. , single work poetry (p. 15) Section: Between Ourselves
Green Firei"Those slender grasses are so like", Mabel Forrest , single work poetry (p. 16) Section: Between Ourselves
Outcasti"I have a fellowship with Ishmael", Ethel Davies , single work poetry (p. 17) Section: Between Ourselves
Untitled, single work review
— Review of Hail Australia : A Story Justicia , 1930 single work ;
The book tells the story of life in Queensland more than fifty years previously and is described by the reviewer as a 'fine little tale of real life'.
(p. 24) Section: Let's Talk About Books
[Review] Joan of the Pilchard, Franziska , single work review
— Review of Joan of the Pilchard Mary Gaunt , 1930 single work novel ;
Reviewer praises the novel, noting that it 'has a vitality and close accuracy to historic fact'.
(p. 24) Section: Let's Talk About Books
Finisi"Flags of the sunset flying", Kathleen Dalziel , single work poetry (p. 52)
The Inland Gardeni"Do you never hear at your shuttered window", Mabel Forrest , single work poetry (p. 60)

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