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Issue Details: First known date: 1922... vol. 3 no. 2 (Winter) 1 June 1922 of The Home est. 1920 The Home
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  • Includes a portrait of Hugh McCrae (q.v.), the accompanying caption states that 'the much-discussed poet and artist, has at last decided to pack up his pen and brushes and leave Melbourne for Sydney'. (p. 8)
  • Contains section, 'Leading Sydney Pressmen: Photographed by The Leighton Studios', which comprises brief biographical notes with accompanying portraits of R. J. H. Moses, E. J. Dempsey, Arthur H. Adams, William Moore, Adam McCay, C. N. Bayaertz, Gerald Marr Thompson, Charles Brunsdon Fletcher, J. B. Dalley, D. D. Braham, Frank Morton, W. Farmer White, Howard Ashton, S. H. Prior, W. R. Charlton, Ernest O'Ferrall (Kodak), Claude McKay, E. A. G. Knox, Montague Grover and Robert Clyde Packer.
  • Includes brief biographical note accompanied by a portrait of the novelist, Mrs Beaufort Burdekin (aka Katharine Burdekin, q.v.). (p. 13)
  • Contains third instalment of John Dalley's serial fiction, 'The Careerist: An Aspect of Sydney Life', pp. 33-34, 36, 58, 60, 62, 64, 66, 68, 70, 72, 74, 76, 78.


* Contents derived from the 1922 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Their Desired Haven, R. G. Henderson , 1922 single work essay humour
'Society exists only in the minds of those below it. To them, it is a mystic organisation, greater than the Pythagoreans or Freemasons; to those above it, it is, of course, non-existent; to those in it, it is merely themselves and their friends...Society in Australia is not very highly developed. We are too materialistic; we spend too much time in sport (including politics), and in work (to pay for the sport); hence one lacks the leisure necessary for Society...It must be acknowledged that theatrical managers and restaurant keepers are making powerful efforts to encourage a better Society tone by raising their prices at frequent intervals.'
(p. 2)
Annie Besant : An Interview with A. G. Stephens, Alfred George Stephens (interviewer), 1922 single work interview (p. 7-8)
Note: illus., port.
Melba Remembers : An Interview with Dame Nellie Melba, L. De Noskowski (interviewer), 1922 single work interview (p. 14-15)
Note: illus., port.
The Sea Nymphi"So lithe from out the sea and wet ...", Leon Gellert , 1922 single work poetry (p. 15)
Note: Illustrated.
Ferdinand and Jolinquitus : A Fantasy, Les Robinson , 1922 single work short story (p. 18)
The Poseuse and the Pea, Dorothea Mackellar , 1922 single work prose (p. 21)
The Incident of Mrs Blennerhasset's Rusks, Frank Middlemiss , 1922 single work short story humour (p. 22, 80)
My Partner, Elizabeth Garner , 1922 single work short story (p. 24, 54, 57)
Mr Woodbury's Love Affair, H. C. McKay , 1922 single work short story humour (p. 26)
Kassaptu : (The Assyrian Witch)i"The witch sits always in the shadow of the wall", Mabel Forrest , 1922 single work poetry (p. 29)
Note: Illustrated.
Book Reviews, 1922 single work review
— Review of The Wee Dog : And Other Essays Alan D. Mickle 1922 selected work essay ; Dreams of Outback Adele Hobson 1922 selected work poetry ;
(p. 52)
The Troublesome Sonneti"This sonnet found our favour once, and so", L. G. , 1922 single work poetry (p. 73)
The Greedy Woman, Diana Westbury , 1922 single work short story (p. 88)
The Menace of Space, Vivian Crockett , 1922 single work short story humour
While drinking at their club, a group of gentlemen take part in a speculative conversation about other life forms. Discussing notions of time and space in relation to the existence of extinct civilisations, Dr Ptolemy Posa informs his companions of the Duodims who inhabited a two-dimensional 'surface world': '"The Duodims," said Posa, "are like the Dodo - they are extinct; but they existed, I know they existed. They inhabited Plateterre, which has followed Atlantis and Lemuria into nothingness."'
(p. 93-94)

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