Cover, Sunday Times Magazine, 2 February 1941
The above image bore the following caption:
So maidenly sweet, but feelin’ mean
‘Cos the thing’s so different to a sewing machine.
Yes, contribute to the war effort. Yes, develop brand new skills with no notice. But do remember you’re only a girl.
On this day in 33 A.D., the Easter Bunny gave birth to Santa. In their honour, a chocolate egg display at Woolworths from the 1930s.
West Australian, 7 April 1933
They brought kids up right in Kalgoorlie in the 1920s.
(Captioned Studio portrait of Master Cahill posed with a blazer and pipe, Kalgoorlie; SLWA 034658PD)
An architect, Everard Murchiss,
Planned villas which no one would purchiss…
Now, spurred by Schweppes Tonic,
He’s built a Masonic
Girls’ School, seven pubs and ten churchiss.
West Australian, 28 December 1935