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Issue Details: First known date: 1925... vol. 6 no. 6 1 December 1925 of The Home est. 1920 The Home
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  • Christmas Number
  • Contains feature, 'Let Us Examine A Few Notabilities!', which comprises comments by various (literary) personalities who respond to questions about 'Xmas Decorum'. With accompanying portraits, the piece is prefaced as 'an inquisitorial section in which a number of notable candidates, by submitting themselves for examination in the principles of Xmas decorum, graduate with honors and solve some of the knottier problems of the higher etiquette'. The 'candidates' include: M. Rene Turck, Dorothea Mackellar, Judge Beeby, Kenneth Slessor, Hugh McCrae, R. J. H. Moses, Frank Middlemiss, Jack Cannot, John Dalley, L. H. Allen, Frank Clarke, Mrs E. Apperley and Les Robinson.
  • Includes a brief biographical note accompanied by a portrait of the artist and writer, Lionel Lindsay (q.v.). (p. 23)


* Contents derived from the 1925 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Journey's End, Katrine Sandys , 1925 single work prose (p. 4, 6)
The People of Bingoi"In the land that's known as Bingo", Richard E. Goddard , 1925 single work poetry fantasy humour (p. 20)
Summer, Myra Morris , 1925 single work short story (p. 20, 94)
Lazylandi"On Xmas morn in Lazyland", L. H. Allen , 1925 single work poetry children's fantasy (p. 21)
London Calling!, Jean Curlewis , 1925 single work prose travel (p. 22)
The Deserted Mistressi"You ask me if I'd give to him", Ruth Balsam , 1925 single work poetry humour (p. 24)
Christmas with the Chicks, Frank Middlemiss , 1925 single work short story humour (p. 24, 98, 100)
Painted Furniturei"I had a yellow table", Jean Curlewis , 1925 single work poetry (p. 58)
The Fools, M. B. Paton , 1925 single work short story (p. 75, 100)
Book Reviews, 1925 single work review
— Review of Acquittal Helen Simpson , 1925 single work novel ;
(p. 93)
Three Impressions, Charles Lloyd Jones , 1925 single work prose (p. 115)
Note: Written as: C. Lloyd Jones

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