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Issue Details: First known date: 1929... vol. 5 no. 30 18 June 1929 of The Australian Woman's Mirror est. 1924-1961 The Australian Woman's Mirror
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* Contents derived from the 1929 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Reality, Serena Dayle , single work short story
William Henderson's wife, Ellen, is ill and the doctor tells William that it is up to her whether she lives or dies. William does not know how to respond to the situation, but a vision restores his wife to him.
(p. 6, 50 - 51)
Johnnie Has His Hour, Iris Norton Dexter , single work short story
Johnnie Badgery does not share his mother's and sisters' enthusiasm for actors. But when their latest acquisition, Ola Paaver, escapes and spends the day with him he is infatuated. He wants to see her again, but there is a shock in store for him.
(p. 7, 52 - 53)
Women and Cats, Dulcie Deamer , single work column
Deamer traces the associations between women and cats.
(p. 11)
The Play's the Thing, Iska , single work column (p. 12)
Shopping a la Modei"If all that the radio people say", Mary Flynn , single work poetry (p. 14)
The Single Womani"My days are full; there is my work,", Josephine O'Neill , single work poetry (p. 15)
The Clue, Ella Tomkin , single work poetry (p. 16)
Beginning at Homei"When I have loved all beauteous things,", Molly Howden , single work poetry (p. 24) Section: Let's Talk About Books
Untitled, Franziska , single work review
— Review of The New Countries : A Collection of Stories and Poems by South African, Australian, Canadian and New Zealand Writers 1929 anthology poetry prose ;
A lukewarm review, describing the collection as 'a strange mixture of excellence and weakness'.
(p. 24, 45) Section: Let's Talk About Books

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