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Issue Details: First known date: 1929... vol. 10 no. 7 1 July 1929 of The Home est. 1920 The Home
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Notes

  • Early Days Number
  • Includes the topical monthly column, 'With These Few Words', which contains:

    • A brief discussion of the children's fictional work, The Boy in Grey by Henry Kingsley (q.v.).
    • The section, 'Our Futile Anthologies', which discusses the compilation of Australian literary anthologies and the tendency for these publications to 'unite in ignoring some of the few writers of outstanding ability that Australia has produced'.
    • The brief sections, 'The First Tasmanian Newspapers' and 'The Port Phillip Gazette'.
  • Contains a brief section recounting details of the Sydney Evening News which was founded by Samuel Bennett (q.v.) and first published 29 July 1867. (content appears in column, 'An Australian Calendar', by Charles Henry Bertie, q.v.)

Contents

* Contents derived from the 1929 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Untitled, 1929 single work obituary (p. 13)
Note: Obituary included within the content of topical monthly column, 'Melbourne Musings'.
Adventures in Australiana [I], Charles H. Bertie , 1929 single work essay (p. 28-29, 60, 78)
Note:
  • Written as: C. H. Bertie
  • illus.
In 1830, Ethel Anderson , 1929 single work diary humour
'From the diary of an Australian wife and mother resident in the city of Sydney.' (appears under title)
(p. 36, 78)
Note: illus.
We Have Come to Several Conclusions, Caleb Mortimer , 1929 single work prose humour
'Five happy endings to the romantic novel in the manner of five famous authors of fiction.' (appears under title)
(p. 50, 87)

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