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Note: Cover design; title Spring appears under illustration.
Issue Details: First known date: 1933... vol. 14 no. 10 2 October 1933 of The Home est. 1920 The Home
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Notes

  • Contains section, 'We Record This Month', which comprises brief biographical notes with accompanying portraits of notable individuals from various professions. This issue includes E. T. Brown and F. W. Thring (qq.v.).
    Note: Column previously appeared under the titles, 'Men of the Month' and 'This Month We Record'.
  • Includes brief section, 'Romantic History' (by N. B.), which notes 'Mr Archibald Marshall [q.v.], the celebrated English writer, visited Australia some years ago, and in a recent volume of reminiscences he writes' a fanciful version of how Captain John Macarthur (q.v.) introduced Merino sheep into Australia. The piece includes a brief extract from Marshall's text which recounts the relevant anecdote concerning 'the Spanish ambassador in London', 'a pair of Royal cream-coloured ponies' and the engineering of 'a private exchange' which it is suggested brought about the subsequent wealth of the Australian wool industry. (content appears in the topical monthly column, 'Contributed Comments')

Contents

* Contents derived from the 1933 version. Please note that other versions/publications may contain different contents. See the Publication Details.
Ishmael : (The Story of a Dog), Winifred James , single work autobiography travel (p. 14-16)
Melbourne Nocturne, Basil Burdett , single work prose travel (p. 26-29, 32-33)
Note: illus.
Eating and Drinking in Russia, E. T. Brown , single work prose travel humour (p. 41, 67, 69)
Pioneer Families of Australia No. 46 : The Onslows, Charles H. Bertie , single work biography (p. 44, 69)
Note:
  • Written as: C. H. Bertie
  • illus., port.

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