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Issue Details: First known date: 1927... vol. 3 no. 41 6 September 1927 of The Australian Woman's Mirror est. 1924-1961 The Australian Woman's Mirror
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* Contents derived from the 1927 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
The Runaway, Llywelyn Lucas , 1927 single work short story
A girl plans to run away so that she can do whatever she wishes. But when her father tells her the consequences of her mother's elopment with him she changes her mind.
(p. 6, 50 - 51)
The Tin-Opener, John Mister , 1927 single work short story
Worn out by work, a girl collapses and is taken to hospital by a young man who caught her as she fainted. When she regains consciousness days later, she finds him at her bedside.
(p. 7, 52 - 53)
The Wife of a World-Saviour, Dulcie Deamer , 1927 single work column
Deamer tells the story of Yasoddhara [sic], the wife of Buddha. Married at 15, she lived with her husband, then the Prince Siddhartha, for twelve years and bore him a son, before he left her to seek spiritual enlightenment.
(p. 8, 54)
Elsie Cole, Bernice May , 1927 single work column
An interview with Elsie Cole
(p. 12, 54)
Butterfliesi"When shall I see the butterflies", Patricia Mann , 1927 single work poetry (p. 14)
The Dreami"Oh, eve's a mother", Enid Cameron , 1927 single work poetry (p. 15)
Songi"I have known paradise -", Bernice May , 1927 single work poetry (p. 16)
New Zealand's Fairy Godmother : A Further Note on Edith Howes, K. J. M. , 1927 single work column
Relates the success achieved by Edith Howes in interesting American publishers in her work. Many of her books are about nature and designed to teach children the 'processes of Nature'.
(p. 17)
Untitled, Franziska , 1927 single work review
— Review of Western Australian Wildflowers: Poems Lilian Wooster Greaves , 1927 single work poetry ; Wongan Way [and] West Australian Wild Flowers Lilian Wooster Greaves , 1927 selected work poetry prose ;
(p. 24) Section: Let's Talk About Books
Untitled, Franziska , 1927 single work column (p. 24, 36) Section: Let's Talk About Books
The Mooni"'We will be happy, dear,' he told her, low,", Ione Fryar , 1927 single work poetry (p. 31)
Before the Firei"What does he see in the golden gleams", Grace Ethel Martyr , 1927 single work poetry (p. 33)

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