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Issue Details: First known date: 1932... vol. 1 no. 10 5 February 1932 of Northern Affairs est. 1931 Northern Affairs
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* Contents derived from the 1932 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
After the Storm : On the Other Side of the Harbor, Freeman Sandom , 1932 single work column
Sandom describes the destruction that a tropical storm can wreak.
(p. 5)
Up Northi"Where the tropics steam and sizzle, and the sun like a furnace stands", Freeman Sandom , 1932 single work poetry (p. 6)
By Radioi"Madeleine of Paris,", Freeman Sandom , 1932 single work poetry (p. 12)
The White Woman Captive of Keppel Bay, Syd Swagman , 1932 single work column
For years rumour circulated of a young woman, lost in a shipwreck in 1858, who had subsequently been held captive by an Aboriginal tribe. Despite numerous searches she was never found.
(p. 14)
The Philosophic Muse : No. 4 - Carry Oni"And so, the days roll on,", Whitworth Gunn , 1932 single work poetry (p. 15)
Wanted : A Panic, Victor Kennedy , 1932 single work column
Kennedy complains that Australian literature lacks critical and popular recognition. He suggests a literary 'panic', similar to the financial panic caused by the Depression, might overcome this problem.
(p. 16) Section: Books and Book People
The Far North in Books : No. 8 : Toilers of the Reef, 1932 single work review
— Review of Toilers of the Reef Frank Reid , 1922 single work children's fiction ;
(p. 17)
The Cat's Paw, Victor Kennedy , 1932 single work short story
A man tormented by the murder of his wife and kidnapping of his son twenty years ago is driven mad when he encounters the son of his wife's murderer.
(p. 18-19)
Interludei"I love to lie ...", D. C. Abbott , 1932 single work poetry (p. 19)
The Foresti"Turn you back to the forest, 'tis there", Kathleen Dalziel , 1932 single work poetry (p. 19)
Dear Deliai"You let me kiss you on the cheek", N'Importe , 1932 single work poetry (p. 19)
By Quetta Rock, 1932 single work column
Bedford is suing Columbia Pictures, claiming that the film '50 Fathoms Deep' infringes his copyright.
(p. 19)
The Sundown Tracki"It was in the dreamy distance", Syd Swagman , 1932 single work poetry (p. 26) Section: Mainland and Barrier
The Stone Fish, Frank Reid , 1932 single work short story
A pearler believes his luck has changed for the better when he finds a large pearl. However his plan to use his newfound wealth to marry his childhood sweetheart elicits a murderous response from his half caste lover.
(p. 32)
Two Sides of a Lanterni"Oh, cherry lips and almond eyes", Freeman Sandom , 1932 single work poetry (p. 33)
A Little Thingi"A dew drop fell. My pulses stirred.", D. C. Abbott , 1932 single work poetry (p. 34)

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