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Whose Blame? single work   poetry   ""A woman's work is never done,""
  • Author:agent Den
Issue Details: First known date: 1931... 1931 Whose Blame?
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    y separately published work icon The Herald no. 16738 8 January 1931 Z1924776 1931 newspaper issue 1931 pg. 6
    Note: "Speaking in Sydney yesterday, Mr A. K. Trethowan, M.L.C., said that if idle women would go to the baker for their bread and to the milkman for their milk, and so on, instead of lying in bed waiting for it to be delivered, the cost of living would be greatly reduced. Cost of distribution ate up enormous profits."
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