1890s M-Z

1890s M-Z

The list below provides links to texts by Australian women writers published in the 1890s with surnames beginning M-Z which are available either to be read online or for download. They are organised alphabetically by author. Links to contemporary publications digitised on Trove have been found with the assistance of the Australian Newspaper Fiction Database (ANFD). If any are broken or incorrect, please let us know via the contact page. Some titles are listed for which online copies have not been found and are indicated by [brackets]; some of these may be available via library membership.

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McAdam, Constance, aka Constance Clyde, Clyde Writer, Pen, C. C., C Clyde. b. 1872, Glasgow, Scotland; d. 1951, Brisbane QLD.
A boarding house idyl (1899)
A case for the psychologist (1896)
A glass of beer (1899, poem)
A woman’s love (1899)
A woman’s promise (1897)
At the army (1896)
Consolation – song words (1896, poem)
Conversely (1899)
Dead (1897, poem)
The dream child (1899, poem)
The dream for free (1896, poem)
Dreams and shadows (1898, poem)
Her good mother (1899)
His rival (1895, poem)
Hypnotised (1897)
Illegitimate (1895, poem)
Letters from the grave (1898)
Love (1895)
Mary Jane’s respectability (1899)
Mrs Murgan’s snake bite cure (1898)
Night’s day (1899, poem)
Our higher civilisation (1896)
To save his soul (1897)
The peasant’s pedigree (1896, poem)
Posing (1896, poem)
The saddest song (1899, poem)
The soul of David King (1899)
The south (1896, poem)
Suicide: an allegory (1896, poem)
The test of love (1899, poem)
Two interpretations (1896, poem)
Unequal (1897, poem)
Unheroic (1896)
Virgins, wise and foolish (1899, poem)
Voices (1896, poem)
Wanbury’s second wife (1896)
The widow (1899, poem)

McBurney, Mrs M.E. aka Alice Flax and Flax. Identified as female and Australian in the ANFD.
— Aline (1896), ch1; ch2; ch3; ch4; ch5; ch6; ANFD entry.
That fellow woman. A Kanaka idyl (1893)
— Where the rustling cane grows ripe (1891; in 6 parts); ch1; ch2; ch3; ch4; ch5; ch6; ANFD entry.

McKinnon, Alice Kate b.1878; d. Orange, NSW 1956; resided at Oakley
A wreck at sea (1897, poem)
Autiobiography of a game rooster (1899, short story for children)
The beetle and the butterfly: a fable (1899, short story for children)
The children’s garden (1899, poem)
Dreaming (1898, poem)
In shadow land (1898, poem)
Marguerite (1899, poem for chidren)
Mousie’s birthday party (1899, short story for children)
Other days (1899, poem)
Roger’s visitors: A dairy story (1899, short story for children)
Sunset land (1899, poem)
Two phantoms (1898, poem)

Mack, Amy Eleanor, aka Mrs Laucelot Harrison, Amy E Makc; also writes as Fayre; b. 6 June 1876, Port Adelaide, SA; d. 4 Nov 1939, Sydney, NSW.
Her coup-de-theatre (1899, short story)

Mack, Louise aka Marie Louise Hamilton Mack; Mrs Creed; Mrs Allen Illingworth Leyland; Mrs J P Creed; Mrs J Percy Cred; Mrs Percy Creed; Marie Louise Creed; Felicia Watts; Louise M; M.L.M.; Nerang Minstrel. b 10 Oct 1870 Hobart; d. 23 Nov 1935 Mosman NSW. [work out of copyright]
A remembrance (1895, poem)
A spring song (by M.L.M.; 1894, poem)
An Easter song (1897, poem)
An idyl of Nurra Murra: the parson’s eldest son (1894)
An impressionist outline: after the newest mMasters (1897)
Away beyond the belt of blue (1896, poem)
Colonial experience (1894, short story)
— [Compensation (Cosmos magazine, 31 May, 1895, vol 1 no. 9: 453-456) – along with several others in this publication]
The curse of Smith, Senior (1893; humour)
Dawn in the bush (1894, poem)
Dirt cheap! (1896, humour)
The dog that was hung (1895)
For Frances (1897)
For three days (1895)
Girls together, Angus & Robertson, Sydney, 1898, 226 pp – link to Colonial Australian Popular Fiction Digital Archive.
Illusion (1897, poem)
In a country school (1897, short story)
In the attic (1897, poem)
In the mind of a child (1898)
— [Kismet (Cosmos magazine, 20 Oct 1894, vol 1 no. 2, p94; poem)]
The Lacy Mortons and others (1896, drama)
Leaf music (1896, poem)
The little solicitor (1898)
The man who yearned for the new (by M.L.M.; 1894)
Manly Lagoon (1893, poem)
Of a wild white bird (1895, poem)
Of this city (1895, poem)
The old home (1899, poem)
On Wairee Hill (1895, poem)
On the wharf (1893, poem)
— The princess with the golden toe. A fairy tale (1897): ch1; ch2; ch3; ch4. ANFD entry.
The promise (1896, poem)
The sale of a landlord (by M.L.M.; 1894, humour)
The song of the dead (1894, poem)
The story of Mary (The Bulletin Christmas Edition 16 Dec 24 1893)
Soul flight (1893, poem)
Specially taken (by M.L.M.; 1897, humour)
The story of Mary (1893, short story)
Teens: a story of Australian school girls (1897; romance) – link to Australian Digital Collections
— [To Henry Lawson (1899, poem) Cosmos magazine 30 Apil vol. 5 no. 10: 110; print copy available from SLNSW]
Vows (1893, poem)
Winter (1898, poem)

MacLeod, Agnes birth name: Agnes Conor O’Brien, aka Agnes Conor Macleod; also writes as Conor O’Biren, Conor Macleod, Lynette, Akenehi; b. c1868 NZ; d. 1934, Mosman NSW; arrived in Australia in 1899. In December 1895, an item in The Sydney mail mentions a collection of short stories by “Miss Conor-O’Brien” previously published in The argus and Australasian; these appear under the pen-name, Lynette. (ref)
A cup story (1895, short story)
A hot Sydney day (1899)
A Jobson enterprise (1898, short story)
A Jobson misfit (1899, short story)
A judgement day (1898, short story)
A monk intervenes (1897; faint scan)
An interlude (1897, short story)
An old Sydney garden (1899)
At a seance (1897)
Chrysanthemumming (1896, short story)
Concerning the Jobsons (1899, short story)
The crowded hour (1899, short story)
The day that is past (1897, short story)
The desert lovers (1989, short story)
Dulce est desipere in loco (1899, short story)
Esmerelda, a cat (1894, short story)
Faustine (1897, short story)
From Easter to Easter (1895, short story)
The girl who would be free (1894, short story)
The gunner (1895, short story)
Hannibal and Hannah: a Christmas incident (1894, short story)
The hatter mates: a Christmas story (1896, short story)
How Ponto came to Givernment House (1896, short story)
In shadow of the Vasse (1896, short story)
In Sydney city (1898)
John King, squatter (1894, short story)
John King quatter II (1894, short story)
June 3 in Sydney; recording the numbers (1898; on polling day)
Lazarus and Cleopatra: a feline study (1893, short story)
Man, woman, jest (1898, short story)
The manager (1894, short story)
Measure Measure (1899, short story)
Melbourne gossip (1894-95, column)
Miss Jobson cycling (1898, short story)
Miss Jobson’s disappointments (1897, short story)
Miss Jobson’s literary genesis (1897, short story)
Mosman’s point (1898; on Sirius cove artists)
The moth girl (1899, short story)
My dog and others (1897; faint scan)
Myra’s engagement (1899, short story)
The new bishop (1896, short story)
Notes by ‘Lynette’ (1898, prose)
Ophelia and her jockey (1896, short story; very patchy scan)
Paddy: a dog story (1898, short story)
Penny (1893, short story; reprinted in 1894)
The point of view (1898, short story)
The price of a kiss (1897; faint scan)
The Riverina prodigy (1894, short story)
Sea pieces (1898)
The Southern Express (1898)
The super: a sequel to John King, squatter: I. (1894, short story)
The super: a sequel to John King, squatter: II. (1894, short story)
Sydney vignettes (1898)

Majeroni, Giulia b. 1848in Italy; d. 1903 Carlton, Vic.
A living statue (London, Melbourne: George Robertson, 1893; written in Bathurst NSW) – link to NSWSL digital collection

Manning, Emily (1845-1890).
The story of a royal pendulum (1890), ch1; ch2; ch3; ch4; ch5; ch6; ch7; ch8; ch9; ch10; ch11; ch12; ch13; ch14; ch15; ch16; ch17; ANFD entry.

Martin, Catherine (1848?-1937). aka Antario
A real dream (1897)
An Australian girl, Richard Bentley and son, London, 1891, 474 pp. romance – link to Gutenberg
Mrs Archibald Thorndale’s dog (1890)
The silent sea (1892) – link to archive.org

Martin, Harriet Anne aka Martin, Mrs Patchett (1837-1908), (ed.).
Coo-ee: tales of Australian life, by Australian ladies, Griffith Farran Okeden & Welsh, London, 1891?, 318 pp. Link to Colonial Australian Popular Fiction Archive.

Maunsell, Isabella. Birth name: Isabella Catherine McDonald Cross; b. 1845; married Vero Maunsell 2 Dec 1875 in Queensland; d. 1913, 8 Feb, Toowoomba QLD.
Dora Ramsay’s lesson (1890, children’s fiction)
— Maggie’s fernery (1891; children’s fiction): part 1; part 2.
— The mirror of fate (1890, children’s fiction): part 1; part 2; part 3.
The mountain lake (1890)
— The other side of the wall (1890; children’s fiction): part 1; part 2.
— Uncle Paul’s charge (1890: children’s fiction): part 1; part 2; part 3.
The wee wild mountain maid (1890, poem)

Meredith, Louisa A.
Waratah rhymes for young Australia (1891: with photo-etched illustrations by Mrs. E.M. Boyd, Mr. R. Andrè, and the author) – link to SLNSW digital collection

Mills, Ethel Margaret. b. [1872 or 1878?]; d. 1952; aka E Mills, Ethel Margaret Primrose Mills. [sister of Mabel Forrest] – links below are to TROVE; Mills was a prolific writer and published many poems during the 1890s that can be found on Trove. She lived for some time in Stanthorpe, Qld.
A bunya-bunya idyll (1897, short story; a Christmas romance/love story; Queensland setting)
A cave romance (1898, short story; a love story set in the western district)
A day with Miss Kit (1897, short story; text corrupted; Barwon River/cattle station setting;)
A lesson in love (1899, short story; a cinderella-like premise for an aspiring romance writer)
A man of God (1896, short story)
An adversity baby (1898, short story)
— An episode of the Brisbane flood (1899, short story; QLD setting; a controlling father’s plan for his daughter is thwarted.): ch1; ch2. ANFD entry.
Autumn leaves (1897, short story; reminiscence of a disappointed love)
Beauty and the beast (short story; 8 Jan 1898; romance; a girl overcomes her distaste and a station owner’s wife is disappointed)
The brown baby (1899, short story)
A Christmas gift from Olive Scarrow. II. (1899, short story; a son who goes against his father’s wishes and ends up conducting a station life a thousand miles away from his childhood home near Parramatta. He inherits when his father and brother die)
Concerning Lynda Grey (1899, short story)
Emilyn’s shawl (1899, short story)
His especial fear (1897, short story; a potential lover is put to the test)
How Grace lost a lover (1898, short story; another comic story about the Wycherley family; Barwon setting)
In death’s disguise (1898, short story; shipboard, Sydney and western station setting; a middle-aged widow marries a man 20 years her junior before they take a descendant of Becky Sharp into their home)
Jack’s dramatic star (1897, short story; text corrupted; story of the failed marriage of the brother of Francie, the narrator); other versions: Armidale Star; Clarence and Richmond Examiner.
Jean’s folly (1898, short story; a spinster’s chances of security are lost as she waits for a fickle lover)
Little Miss Jones (1899, short story)
Lydia (1899, short story; very faint text; any other copies available?)
The man who came to stay (1897, short story; one of a series of stories about a family who live at Wilwanda , including the narrator, ‘Sis’, her older brother Jack and younger sister Susie; an unwanted visitor provides the opportunity for Susie to show her mettle)
Mark Reading’s vow (1897, short story; Blue Mountains setting; convict – ghost? – story. Poor quality print)
Mazeppa (1897, short story; the fate of an Indigenous girl who is adopted by white settlers after her family is murdered)
On tramps (1899; prose/nonfiction anecdotes, seemingly drawing on encounters Mills and her sister experience during their life on a country station; includes ref. to Moree Plains and Brisbane.)
The parson’s top boots (1899, short story)
The Ripplemere ring (1899, short story)
That border-town ball (1898, short story); story set at Gundara Station , described as near the boundary which separates Queensland from New South Wales; depicts a battle between the toffs and local shearers.
To tea at the priory (1898, short story); portrays domestic life of a once-wealthy familiar, including interesting details of contemporary technologies; set in a Werrima town; the Hills and the Wycherleys make another appearance.
Two men and Margaret (1898, short story); a love story; QLD setting, Mt Craven – possibly west of Bundaburg?
Victoria (1899, short story)
When Rosemary grew (short story; 26 Mar 1898); a love story/romance; a girl raised in the bush in Queensland and betrothed to her country sweetheart is sent to her aunt’s in Sydney.
Wondleford mystery (1899, short story); a domestic murder finally is finally explained; has a ghost story feel about it.

Montefiore, Caroline L, aka Eric. Identified as female and Australian in the ANFD.
— Miss Mellisham’s romance (1892), ch1; ch2; ch3; ANFD entry.

Moon, Alice C aka A C Moon
Blos: a Tasmanian river study (1893, short story).

Morrice, E C. aka E Charles aka Mrs W Morrice. Birth name: Elizabeth Charlotte Bingmann; b. 1851; d. 1941.
To the Southern Cross (1890, poem)
The wilfulness of Winnie (1897, novella for children serialised in Australian Town and Country Journal): 4 Dec; 11 Dec; 8 Jan; 15 Jan; 22 Jan; 29 Jan; 5 Feb; 12 Feb; 19 Feb (final).

Moseley, Isabelle aka Belle Moseley b. 1878; d. 1952 SA
Little Jack (1895, short story)

Murphy, Agnes G b. 1865; d. 1931 Founding member of the Austral Salon; wrote a women’s column for Melbourne Punch as Rhoda
One woman’s wisdom (1895, novel) – link to SLNSW digital collection

Muskett, Alice Jane b.1869; d. 1936
The fete night (1899, short story)

Neale, Agnes; birth name: Caroline Agnes Leane; b. 1849, 5 Jan Crafthole, England; d. 1892, 22 Sep, Adelaide SA.
An angel in the household: a Christmas dream (1890, poem)
A picture (1892, poem)

Nelson, Harriet Arnold (?-1930?).
The romance of the Greystones, An Australian Story, Ward, Lock & Co., London, 1899, 314 pp – link to Colonial Australian Popular Fiction Digital Archive.

North, Marianne (1830-1890)
Recollections of a happy life: being the autobiography of Marianne North edited by her sister Mrs. John Addington Symonds (London: Macmillan, 1892, prose travel) – link to hathitrust.org

O’Connor, Janet, a.k.a. J. O’Connor (1827-1895).
An address to Queensland girls (1893; essay)

Osmond, Sophie.** b. c 1871; departed from Australia 1900;  Contemporary bio of Osmond: actor, singer, writer (1894)
Dulgabeena : an Australian story (1894) – link to SLVIC digital collection
Snags: a story of the shearing strike (1895) – link to SLNSW digital collection
Winning a lion (1896, short story)

Paige, Ethel C, aka Ethel Paige, Ethel C M Paige; b. 1869, Brisbane; d. 1938 North Sydney
A castle in the air: a fairy story (1898, short story)
An old maid’s fairy (1898, short story)
Christmas gifts that came from Granny (1897, short story; children’s fiction)
How Becky ran away (1899, short story; children’s fiction)
— Over the garden wall (1897, children’s ficiton): 20Nov; 27Nov.
— The reign of Queen Mab (1897, children’s fiction): 31Jul; 7Aug; 14Aug; 21Aug.
Sweetheart’s first pantomime (1898, short story)
Two Christmas trees (1899, short story)

Palmer-Archer, Laura M. aka Miss Archer. Identified as Australian and female in the ANFD.
A bushman’s sweetheart (1897)
A knot of jasmine (1898)
Bush boys (1895)
Dolan’s discharge (1898)
The little white soul (1897)
The lonely woman (1898)

Parker, K Langloh – see entry under Catherine Eliza Somerville Field.

Partrige, Sydney, birth name: Kate Margaret Partridge; aka Sydney Partridge, Sidney Partrige; also writes as Kate Margaret Stone; b. 1871, Wairarapa, North Island, NZ; d. 17 Feb 1953, NSW
A consequence (1898, short story)
A foul revenge (1898, short story)
A matter of firmness (1898, short story)
—  A simple and inexpensive meal (1899, short story; advertised as by Sydney Partrige; printed as by Sidney Partrige)
A tight place: founded on fact (1898, short story)
The duffer’s daughter (1898, short story; illustrated)
The first vacancy (1898, short story)
How she got McLaren (1898, short story)
Phillida’s fortune (1898, short story)

Paterson, Alice F. birth name: Alice Florence Gome; aka Solus b. 1849 England
A memory (1894, prose)
The Adelaide hospital (1985, prose) also in Adelaide Observer
Asceticism: some comments by ‘Solus’ , The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Bumeracha Advertiser (SA) (25 Oct 1895: 4; prose)
Australian girls: A reply to Miss Ackermann’s criticisms (1894, prose)
Choir appreciation (1897, prose) also in Adelaide Observer
— Dick’s girl (1899, prose; in The Story-Teller , Adelaide Observer): part 1; part 2.
The education of girls: An answer to a recent essay (1895, prose)
Home sweet home (1894, prose)
Honour to merit (1896, prose) also in Adelaide Observer
Love (1895, prose) also in Adelaide Observer, Evening Journal
The mater (1897, prose)
Pin money (1897, prose) also in Adelaide Observer
Sleep: some comments by ‘Solus’ The Mount Barker Courier and Onkaparinga and Bumeracha Advertiser (SA) (31 Jul 1896: 4; prose)
Slow murder (1895, prose) also in Evening Journal, Adelaide Observer
To teach again (1897, prose)
Trilby (1896, prose)
The unbaptised (1897, prose; written for Truth [Sydney])
What a woman expects in her home (1895 prose) also in Adelaide Observer
Woman (1894, prose)
Worn out (1894, prose)
Yellow-backs (1895, prose – about yellow-back novels)

Pedley, Ethel b. 1859, London; d. 1898, Sydney
Dot and the kangaroo (1898, children’s fiction)

Petersen, Miss Elizabeth Ida aka Conatus. Identified as Australian and female in ANFD.
A whited sepulchre (1897): chs 1-4; ch4; ch5; ch6; ch7; chs 7-11; chs 11-15; chs 15-17; chs 17-20; chs 20-23; ch23; chs 24-26; chs 27-30; chs 30-33; ch33; ch34; ch35; ch36; ch37; ch38; chs 39-40; chs 41-43; ch43; chs 44-45; ch46; [Oct 23 issue of The Bendigo Independent is missing from TROVE; microfilm or hard copy may be available at State Library of Victoria]; chs 49-50.
That vixen Nancy (1899): ch1; ch2; ch5; ch7; ch8ch10; ch12; ch15; ch17; ch19; ch22; ch24.

Philpott, N. V. Identified as Australian and female in ANFD.
A Perth idyll (1898)
Morning waits at the end of the world (1897), chs 1-4; chs 4 (cont. -8; chs 8-12; chs 13-15; chs 15 (cont.)-18; chs 19-21; chs 22-25; chs 25 (cont.)-29; chs 29 (cont.)-33; chs 33 (cont.)-34; ANFD entry.
— Sisters three (1894), chs 1-2; chs 3-4; chs 4(cont.)-6; chs 6-8; chs 8-10; ANFD entry.
Under the Southern Cross (1894), ch1; ch2; ch3; ch3 (cont.); ch4; ch5; ch5 (cont.); ch6; ch7; ch7 (cont.); ch8; chs 9-10; chs 10 (cont.)-12; ch12 (cont.); ch13; ch14; ch15; ch16; ch17; ch18; ch18 (cont.); ch19; ch20; ch21; ch21 (cont.); ch22; ch23; ch24; ch25; ch26; ch27; ch28; ch29; ch30; ch30 (cont.); ch31; ch32; ch33; ch34; ch35; ch35 (cont.); ch36; ANFD entry.
— Whom the gods love (1893), syndicated in The Western Mail: ch1; ch2; ch3; ch4; ch5; ch6; chs 7-8; chs 9-10; chs 11-12; chs 13-14; ch15; ch16; chs 17-18 (some text obscured); ch19; ch20; ch21; ch22; ch23; ch24; ch25; ch26; ch27; ch28; ch29; ch30; ch31; ch32; ch33; ch34; ch35; ch36; ch37; ch38; ch39; ch40 (Sat 10 Jun); ANFD entry.

Praed, Mrs Campbell aka Rosa Caroline Praed (1851-1935), December Roses: A Novel (1892). romance and gothic
The romance of a chalet: A story (1892) – link to hathitrust.org
Christina Chard: A novel (2 versions available) (1893) – link to hathitrust.org
Outlaw and lawmaker (in 3 volumes) (1893) – link to hathitrust.org
The romance of a station: An Australian story (London: Chatto and Windus, 1893) – link to Australian Digital Collection; available as pdf
Mrs Tregaskiss: a novel of Anglo-Australian life (1895) – link to hathitrust.org
Nulma (1897) – link to hathitrust.org
The Scourge-Stick (1898) – link to hathitrust.org
Madame Izan: a tourist story (1899) available as pdf; – link to hathitrust.org

Primrose, Adelaide, birth name: Adelaide Elizabeth Paton Primrose, a.k.a. Mrs L. J. F. Gatzemeyer; also published as Waratah; b. 22 Mar 1877 Adelaide, South Australia; d. Nov 1944 obituary (10 Nov 1944)
A greeting: South Australia to New Zealand (1899, poem)
A reverie (1899, poem; scroll down to view)
An old legend: told in verse (1899, poem for children)
Carnations (1898, poem; scroll down to view)
Co-ee! A song of the bush (1899, poem)
Daft Jim (1897, prize-winning short story written as Waratah)
Dear General (1898, correspondence)
The legend of the cornflowers (1899, prose)
How I spent my Christmas holidays (1897, prose; prize-winning story)
In memoriam (1898, poem)
The message of the bells (1899, poem)
Old fossil (1899, short story)
 ‘On the wings of song’: or, the legend of the little violin player (1898, short story)
Peach blossom (1899, poem)
The romance of the Christmas card (1897, poem; poor quality scan)
What is courage? (1897)
Where? An answer to a friend (1899, poem)
Works attributed here to Primrose, published as by Waratah:
A lament (1899, poem)
At the dip of the ensign (1892, short story)
Calm after storm (1891, short story: a highly entertaining love story, the scene of which is laid in New South Wales – The Express and Telegraph SA)
The road of life (1893, poem)
Rupert Danvers’ mistake (1893, short story)
Waiting (1892, poem; religious theme)

Quin, Teth aka Quinn, Ethel.
The well-sinkers : an Australian pastoral, T. Fisher Unwin, London, 1899, 224 pp. Link to Colonial Australian Popular Fiction Digital Archive.

Rawson, Wilhelmina Frances aka Mrs Lance Rawson (1851-1933).
— ‘The bushman’s rest, in Martin, Mrs Patchett (ed.), Coo-ee: tales of Australian life, by Australian ladies, Griffith Farran Okeden & Welsh, London, 1891?, pp. 177-256. Link to Colonial Australian Popular Fiction Digital Archive.
Judge not. A true story of the bush (1894): ch1; ch2; ch3.

Rees, Katherine A. aka Katherine A Wardlaw; Hugh Halcro.
A little trip north (1897)
The blacks of Zulinga Island (1894)
Captive and captor (1899).
Gas (1896)
The ghost of Murray’s Plains (1897).
Gory (1896, short story)
— King Peter (1896), I, II.
Little Sigma: A cyclone story (1896)
The palace of cloud (1894)
Peace and goodwill (1894; a Christmas story).
Two stars: An Australian fairytale (1895)

Richmond, Lily.
Sally: a Sydney tale, in three parts, George Robertson and Co., Melbourne, 1897, 321 pp. Link to Colonial Australian Popular Fiction Digital Archive.

Rose-Soley, Agnes aka Rose de Boheme , Mrs J F Soley, Madame Rose-Soley, J F Rose-Soley) b 1847; d. 1938, 19 Mar; founder of the Lyceum Club in Sydney; obituary. Rose-Soley was a journalist, as well as fiction writer. A list of her other publications can be found via the AustLit database (subscription or free access via a library). Biographical information, A R and J F Rose-Soley.
An island Diana (1895)
— [Manoupa : A tale, London : Digby, Long , (1897); according to TROVE, a 1946 print edition is available at the University of Melbourne Library, but isn’t listed in their catalogue]
Naeletua and Leata (1897)
Our stage-box at the Palma (1896)
Products pistachio (1895)
Two views of a Doll’s House (1890)

Rosman, Alice Grant. b. 18 July 1882; died 20 August 1961; aka Alice Trevenen Rosman. An entry on Abe Books has this biographical information:

Rosman published some of her early stories in The Observer and The Chronicle, and began her professional career working on C.J. Dennis’s Gadfly in 1906. After this she worked for The Daily Herald and wrote a weekly Adelaide gossip column for The Bulletin from 1908-11. In 1911 the two Rosman sisters moved to England where Alice worked on the British Australian magazine from 1915-20. She later became assistant editor at the Grand Magazine from 1920-1927. Rosman published her first novel, Miss Bryde of England in 1915, though it was not met with any success. She continued to publish in the ensuing years but did not receive any degree of recognition until The Window was release in 1926 in both Britain and the United States. (ref)

An old tune (1898)

Rowan, Ellis aka Marian Ellis Rowan, Mrs F C Rowan; birth name: Marian Ellis Ryan; b. 1848, 30 Jul, Melbourne, Vic; d. 1922; 4 Oct Macedon, Vic.
A flower-hunter in Queensland and New Zealand (Sydney: Angus and Robertson, 1898; autobiography)

Rowlands, Effie Adelaide. Identified as Australian and female in ANFD.
A cruel cousin (1895, serialised novel)
A faithful traitor (1898, serialised novel)
Conquered by love (1898, serialised novel)
Lady Bridgeworth’s sin (1895, serialised novel)
Mistaken pride (1896-97, serialised novel)
Woman against woman (1896), ch1; chs 2-3; ch3; ch4; ch4 (cont.); ch5; ch5 (cont.); ch6; ch6 (cont.); ch7; ch7 (cont.); ch8; ch8 (cont.); ch9; ch9 (cont.); ch9 (cont.); ch10; ch10 (cont.); ch11; ch12; ch13 (27 May); 30 May (ch 13 cont. mislabelled 12?); ch14 (30 May); ch15; ch15 (cont.); ch15 (cont.); ch16; ch17; ch18; ch18 (cont.); ch18 (cont.); ch19; ch20ANFD entry.

Rugby, Jack. Identified as Australian and female in ANFD.
A haunted station (1898)
A romance of the camp (1897)
An unpromoted officer (1897)
The brand of Cain (1898)
The coltbreaker (1898)
In the grasp of a madman (1898)
Lovemaking by telegraphy (1899)
Mrs Wilson’s family pride (1897)
My Aunt’s legacy (1898)
Tommy’s abduction (1899)

Russell, Frances Emily aka Mrs H E (Henry Edward) Russell, Eucalypta; birth name: Frances Emily Robey; b. 1846, NSW; d. 1899, St Leonards, NSW; associated with the women’s college at University of Sydney, factory girls’ club, home for consumptives.
— [A Garden Dream , Cosmos Magazine, 30 Nov, vol. 2, no. 3 1895: 116-17); print copy in SLNSW]
A neglected pathway to greatness (1890, column)
A plea for the better development of woman (1890, column)
A rainy day (1891, column)
— [A Tale of a ‘Telephone Belle’ , in Cosmos Magazine, Sep vol. 1 no. 1, 1894: 39-43; print copy in SLNSW]
The affirmative view (1890, column)
Ave, et vale (1890, column)
— [The breaking of the drought, in Cosmos Magazine, 20 Oct vol. 1. no. 1 1894: 106-109); print copy in SLNSW]
Family relationships (1891, column; review)
Federation of Australia: A poem (Sydney: Turner and Henderson, 1898) – link to SLNSW digital collection
The heroic in woman (1890, column)
Joyce Martindale (London, Sydney: Remington, 1893)
Letter to the editor of the Herald (1890, correspondence; also 13 Nov 1890; 30 May 1891)
Looking forward (1890, column)
Noblesse oblige (1891, column)
On Christmas keeping (1890, column)
On co-operation in households (1890, column)
On the cecay of romance (1890, column)
On thrift (1890, column)
Some characteristics of the Australian race (1891, column)
The poet of the ideal (1891, column)
The profession of marriage (1890, article)
‘Thorough, of the spirit of well doing’ (1891, column)
Too easily jealous: An Australian romance (London, Sydney: Eden, Remington, 1892) – link to SLNSW digital collection; review.
Unacknowledged sources of inspiration (1891, column)
Women’s suffrage (1891, essay)

Schlank, Racey.aka Racey Beaver, Excelsior b. [1872]; d 14 Apr 1931; Jewish heritage
A bush story (1898, poem)
— [A character-camera (1898, novella) – available at SLNSW for use in library]
A farmer’s daughter (1893, poem)
A philosopher’s ode (1893, poem)
A severed friendship (1892, poem)
A womanly woman (1891, poem)
The alarm (1893, poem)
An evangeline (1891, poem)
Before the curtain (1895, poem)
The bushman’s dog (1897, poem)
The city of dreamers (1890, poem)
Dead sea fruit (1893, poem)
— The death bone (1897): ch1; ch2.
Dolly’s faith (1894, poem)
The feathered shoes (1898, short story)
Frankie (1891, poem)
His passport home (1891, poem)
Ideal land (1893, poem)
In the northland (1899, poem)
— In the scrubland (1897): ch1; ch2.
The King’s decree (1892, poem)
The last claimant (1895, poem)
The madman’s picture (1895, poem)
Marguerites (1890, poem)
The mouse’s wedding (1890, poem)
Mrs Grundy (1899, poem)
On the track (1897, poem)
Once upon a time (1899, poem for children)
Our lady nature (1899, poem)
Reverie (1889, poem)
The rover (1898, poem)
Something better (1892, poem)
The spirit’s gift (1898, poem)
The stockman’s farewell (1898, poem)
The story of a brain kaleidoscope (1896): ch1; ch2.
The story of a poet (1893, poem)
Then and now (1890, poem)
To Glenelg (1891, poem)
Two lives (1892, poem)
Vesper (1892, poem)
Wild heath (1892, poem)
The wind’s story, or the night watchers (1892, poem)

Scott, Winifred. b. 1866; d. 1950
A brush with the blacks: A Queensland story (1899, short story)
In black and white (1898, prose)

Shackell, Mrs. Identified as Australian and female in ANFD.
Matched and mated: A romance in real life (1893), ch1; chs 2-3; ch4 (cont.?); ch5; ch6; ch6 (cont.); ch7; ch8; ch9; ch10; chs 10 (cont.)-11; ch12; ch13; ch14; ch14 (cont.); ch15; ch16; ch16 (cont.); ch17; ch18; ch19; ch19 (cont.); ch20; ch21 (13 Jan 94 mislabelled 12?); ch22; ch23; ch23 (cont.); ch24; ch25; ANFD entry.

Shaw, Alice Marie aka A M Shaw b.1861; d. 1941
The dash for the rand (1896, poem)

Steel, Mrs E. Identified as Australian and female in Australian Newspaper Fiction Database.
Katie Bryce’s two Christmas days (1894)

Stocks, A. Mabel. Identified as Australian and female in ANFD.
The silver honeymoon (1898)
Studies in bush life. On a Gippsland selection (1899): ch1; ch3; ch4; ch5; ch6; ch7; ch8; ch9; ch10 (cont.); ch11; ch12; ch13; ch14.

Stone, Julia E.
My sister Amy (1893, serialised novel)

Storrie, Agnes L. aka Mrs J. W. Ketwell, Avea , A.Y.E.A. b. 1864; d. 1936.
A vital mistake (1896, short story)
— With whip and wheel (1890, short story): 30 Aug: ch1; 6Sep: ch4; 6Sep: ch5; 6Sep: ch6; 6Sep: ch7; 6Sep: ch8 (final)
Woven awry. A twisted thread (1897, short story)

Stow, Catherine Eliza. aka K. Langloh Parker. Identified as Australian and female in ANFD.
Australian legendary tales (1896 London) – link to archive.org
More Australian legendary tales (1898) – link to archive.org

Suttor, Catherine. aka Mrs Allan Suttor, Mrs Alan Suttor; birth name: Catherine M J Bowerman; b circa 1856; died circa 1950; married Allan Albert Suttor in 1879.
A bush coquette (1898)
A modern knight (1899)
A rash resolve (1898; faint print quality)
Amaranth (1898; described as a complete story of station life ref)
An eve of fire (1899)
— [At the Dawning of the Day (Mudgee Western Post, Christmas number 1897)]
Beloved of the gods (1899)
Darby and Joan (1898)
Doctor Carson’s crime (1899)
Father Darcy. An Australian Easter story (1897)
Folly’s pranks (1899) – faint print
From the back country (subtitled “For The Worker”; 1899)
The ghost of Garloon (1899)
Lord of his own (1898)
— Mollie darling (Austral Light Jan 1899, ref; reprinted 3 Feb 1900 in The Armidale Chronicle)
Mrs Percy’s peach jam (1899)
— [Unknown title, The Horsham Times supplement, 22 Aug 1899, ref)
When rogues fall out (1899)
— [The whisper of Satan , writing as Harold King, Mudgee Western Post Christmas issue 1896)]

Sweetapple, Anne aka Silver Wattle. Birth nam: Anna Mapelson (1831-1928, arrived in Australia 1853). Obituary 1928.
A victim of intrigue (1899)
The devil a saint would be (1897): ch1; ch2; ch3.
— How I came to Australia (1890, fiction in 4 parts), ch1; ch2; ch3; ch4; ANFD entry.
Never to know (1898, short story)
The secret of three (1890, short story)

Taylor, Margaret Cox aka Vandorian b. 1864; d. 1939; The sun obituary (20 Jul 1939); The bulletin obituary (26 Jul 1939)
A lost island (1898, short story)
A soldier’s strategem (1895, short story)
Across the footlights (1896, short story)
Arbor Day in a country town (1898, short story)
Australian town and country journal pieces (1895-99)
Deserted (1899, short story)
Evening News journalistic pieces (1895-99, prose)
His lady fair (1899, short story)
Men’s wrongs in the twentieth century (1895)
The new man (1896, short story)
On the Mooli Mooli run (1898, short story)
Princess Buln Buln (1899, short story)
The story of a dewdrop (1896, short story)
The story of a mask (1895, short story)
The strange adventure of Mr Richard Gaunt (1899, short story)
Sydney sidelights (1899, column in Evening news)
The trotting cob: mystery of the Mia Mia lagoon (Jul, 1898; short story)
The trotting cob: mystery of the Mia Mia swamp (Dec, 1898; short story)

Taylor, Agnes Rosamond; birth name Rosamond Benham; aka Benham Taylor; Mrs Thomas Gilbert Taylor; Lalage. b. 10 Oct 1874, Adelaide, SA; d. 11 Dec 1923, Melbourne Vic. Obtained a 3rd class medical degree; practiced in Subiaco, WA from 1902; a cousin to English author, Edith Nesbit. Married Thomas G Taylor, Secretary of the WA Social Democratic Federation in March 1903.
At the End That Is Not (1897, poem)
The Dominant Note (1897, poem)
From a Garden (1897, poem)
Ganymede (1896, poem)
I Was Afraid (1899, poem)
In August (1897, poem)
Then – Love Me (1897, poem)
The White Night (1898, poem)

Thomas, Margaret (1843-1929). Links below are to the Colonial Australian Popular Fiction Archive.
— ‘The Story of a Photograph‘, in Martin, Mrs Patchett (ed.), Coo-ee : tales of Australian life, by Australian ladies, Griffith Farran Okeden & Welsh, London, 1891?, pp. 257-270.
— ‘Struck Gold, in Fisher, Lala (ed.), By creek and gully, T. Fisher Unwin, London, 1899, pp. 75-84.
— ‘To My Cigarette‘, in Fisher, Lala (ed.), By creek and gully: stories and sketches mostly of bush life, told in prose and rhyme, by Australian writers in England, T. Fisher Unwin, London, 1899, pp. 163-166.

Thorne, Carina b.1876 d. 18 Dec 1912; death notice
Our Polly (1898, poem for children)

Thornton, Fairelie; birth name: Florence Thompson; aka Florence Rudge; b. 1860, London, Eng; d. 1950, Chatswood, NSW; arrived in Australia 1914.
They say (1892, poem)

Todd, Mrs R.H. Identified as Australian and female in ANFD.
The Queen of the Fairies: A Christmas Story for Young Australians (1892)

Turner, Ethel.* birth name: Ethel Mary Burwell; aka Ethel Sybil Turner; Ethel M Turner, Ethel Curlewis, Mrs H. R. Curlewis and Ethele S Turner b. 24 Jan 1870, Doncaster, South Yorkshire, Eng; d. 8 Apr, 1958, Mosman, NSW; arrived in Australia circa 1880. Also writes as Dame Durden; Princess Ida; The Little Laureat; The Old Sailor; and E.S.T.
A boy’s appeal (1897, poem)
— A champion in ankle-straps (1896): ch1; ch2. ANFD entry
— A dreadful pickle (1893): ch1; ch2; ch3; ch4; ch4 (cont. or ch 5 mislabelled?); ch6ANFD entry.
A happy new year (1896, poem; scroll to view in second column)
A horrible cannibal tale (1897, poem; scroll to view The old sailor)
A little boy’s plan (1896, poem)
A magnificent scheme (1896, poem)
A modern Achilles (1893, short story)
A song in the night (1897, poem)
A story of strange sights (1895, short story)
A suburban terrace (1896, short story)
Almost an idyll (1896, short story; illustrated)
An ogre up to date (1895, short story)
Ananias and Sapphira (1894, short story)
The argonautic expedition (1897, short story)
At a street corner (1894, prose)
The butcher and the buccaneer (1897, poem)
The camp at Wandinong (1898), ch1; ch2; ch3; ch4; ch5; ch6; ch7; ch8; ch9; ch10; ch11; ch12; ch13; ANFD entry.
The child of the children (1897, short story)
Deportment (1897, poem)
The doing of it (1894, children’s story)
The family at Misrule (1895) – link to archive.
— Gladys and the Fairies (1893; children’s story), ch1; ch2; ch2 (cont.); ch3; ch4; ch4 (cont.); ANFD entry
The gloves of Gregan M’Alister (1897)
Golden syrup (1897, short story)
In shabby shoes (1896, poem; illustrated)
Johnny and I are out (1899, poem)
The little duchess (1894, short story)
The missing word: a dream within a dream (1893)
Note of sympathy (1897, poem)
On mannerisms (1896, prose)
Orphaned by the sea (1897, poem; illustrated)
Seven little Australians (1894) – link to archive.org
Something new (1895, poem)
The sportsman’s code (1896, poem)
The story of a baby (1896) – link to archive.org
‘Sweetheart’: a sketch behind the counter (1893, short story)
The taking of the flag (1896, poem)
Told in the wattle scrub (1893, short story for children)

Turner, Lilian,** aka Regan, Talking Oak, Mrs F. Lindsay Thompson; b.1867 Eng; d. 1956 Turramurra NSW
A Wayside Romance (1898, short story)
A Woman’s Way (1897)
— Barbara (1899): ch1; ch2; ch3. ANFD entry.
By the Blue Mountains (1894, serialised novella)
Colonial Tommy (1899, short story).
Disturber of the Peace (1897)
Johnson the Idealist (1897, short story)
The Lights of Sydney (1896, novel) – link to SLNSW digital collection
Little Lady Golden-Hair (1898)
— The Little Less (1896, short story)
Miss Elizabeth (1886), ch1; ch2; ch2 (cont.); ch3; ch4; ch5; ch5 (cont.); ch6; ch6 (cont.); ch7; ch8; ch9; ch10; ch10 (cont.); ch11; ch12; ch12 (cont.); ch13; ch13 (cont.); ch14; ANFD entry.
— The Narrow Way (1899), ch1, ch2.
Orange Blossoms or Weeds (1893, short story)
To Him that Hath Not (1898).
Written Down (1895, short story)

Walker, Netta aka Netta Waller; b. 1868, Windsor, NSW; d. possibly 1942; birth name: Henrietta Ann Walker; married George A Waller in 1915.
A Bush Story Windsor and Richmond Gazette (17 Dec 1898: 4)
The Beggar (1898, poem; second prize and reprinted 1922)
From Sun-Scorched Plains (1899)
Homes of the Rich and Poor (1899, poem; reprinted 1922)
Immortelles (1898, poem)
Jack’s Story (1898, poem)
In Memoriam (1898): Woods. – In loving memory of our dear Sister, Mary (Poll) who died May 2nd, 1897.
Moths (1898, poem)
Passion Flowers (1898)
The Shearer’s Ball (1898, poem)
Sleep (1898, poem)
Sweet Briar (1898, poem)
To the Dance (1898, poem; reprinted 1922)

Ward, Mary Augusta aka Mrs Humphry Ward; birth name: Mary Augusta Arnold; b. 1851, 11 Jun Hobart, Tas; d. 1920, 24 Mar, London. (Note: Ward was born in Tasmania but left as a child.)
Robert Elsmere (Chicago, New York and San Franscisco: Belford, Clarke & Co, 1888)

Waterhouse, Jessie Mabel aka Jessie Mabel Smythe and Mrs J I Waterhouse b. 1851; d.1928
Bowled Out: A Story of Bushranging in South Australia (1891, novel) – link to SLNSW digital collection
For Marjory’s Sake: a story of South Australian country life (1893) on iTunes here.
On the Wrong Track (1893): ch1; ch2; ch3; ch4; ch5; ch6; ch7; ch8; ch8 (cont.); ch9; ch10. ANFD entry.
Pilgrims from the Seventh Pleiad (1896): ch1; ch2; ch3; ch4; ch5; ch6; ch7; ch8; ch9; ch10; ch11; ch12; ch13; ch14; ch15; ch16; ch17; ch18; ch19; ch20; ch21; ch22; ch23; ch24; ch25. ANFD entry.

Watson, Kathleen b. 31 Dec 1870 Leicestershire, England; d. 9 May 1926, Brisbane, QLD; arrived in Australia 1898.
Litanies of Life (London: James Bowden, 1897)

Weale, Isabel aka Delphia, Mrs G T Weale; birth name: Isabella Tomlinson; b. c 1845, England; d. 1919, 25 May, Brisbane, QLD; arrived in Australia c Aug 1863.
A Holiday Adventure (serialised in The Queenslander 1897-98): ch1; ch2; ch3; ch4; ch5; ch6 (8 Jan page 72 missing from TROVE); ch7.
Dora in Queensland (1898, short story humour)
The Mermaid (serialised in The Queenslander 1898): ch1; ch2; ch3; ch4.
The Pet Lamb (1898, children’s short story)

Whalen, Ada b. 1874; d. 1932
In City Streets, 1898 (1899, The Bulletin Red Page)

Whitfeld, Adeline J. aka A Jamieson Wrainford. ANFD list of titles.
Double Ugly (1896): ch1; ch2; ch3; ch4; ch5; ch6; ch8; chs 8 (cont.)-9; ch9; ch10; ch12; ch12 (cont.); ch14; ch14 (cont.); ch16; ch16 (cont.); ch18; ch18 (cont.); ch19; ch20; ch22; ch23; ch24; ch25.
— Farmer Mack (1895), ch1; ch1 (cont.); ch1 (cont.); ch2; ch2 (cont.); ch2 (cont.); ch3; ch3 (cont.); ch3 (cont.); ch4; ch5; ch5 (cont.); ch6; ANFD entry.
The Living Pen (1897): ch1; ch1 (cont.); ch2; ch3; ch4; ch6; ch7; ch8; ch9; ch10; ch11; ch11 (cont.);ch13; ch13 (cont.); ch14; ch15; ch16; ch16 (cont.); ch17; ch18; ch18 (cont.); ch19 (conclusion).
— Madge (1892; serialised in The Launceston Examiner): ch1; chs 2-3; chs 3 (cont.)-4; chs 5-6; ch6 (cont.)-7; ch7 (cont.); ANFD entry.
— My Lady (1893), ch1; ch2; ch2 (cont.); ch3; ch3 (cont.); ch4; ch5; ch6; ch7; ch7 (cont.); ch8; ch9; ch10; ch10 (cont.)-11; ch12; ch13; ch13 (cont.); ANFD entry.
On The Measureless Plain. A Colonial Story (1898): ch1; ch3.
— Rex (1894), ch1; ch2; ch2 (cont.); ch3; ch3 (cont.); ch4; ch4 (cont.); ch5; ch6; ch7; ch7 (cont.)-8; ch9; ch10; ch10 (cont.); ch11; ch12; ch12 (cont.); ch13; ANFD entry.
— Uncle Turk (1894), ch1; ch2 (captured with previous item Poetry – scroll down); ch3; chs 4-5; chs 6-7; chs 8-10; chs 11-12; chs 13-14; chs 15-17; links to other chapters available via the ANFD.

Whitfield, Jessie Mary aka J. M. Whitfield; b. 1862 Sydney; d.1964 Oxfordshire, England
Hush! the moon is crying (1898, poem)
Janet O’ My Soul (1898, short story)
Jinx: A Christmas Story (1891, short story)
Miss Maffeete (1899, short story)
Sorrento Sprites: A Fairy Story (1899, short story)

Whiting, Mary Bradford (1864-1935). Few bibliographical details for this author have been found. Her book A Daughter of the Empire (1919) is cited among notes for a Monash University exhibition on Australian Women Writers. Indications that Whiting was Australian, or at least wrote in Australia, include the titles of several of her children’s books, such as, Wallaby Hill and Josee: An Australian Story. For a fragment of information on Josee see here. Chapter 1 of Sir Tristram, which was serialised in 1897, contains a portrait of a female writer in her study. She also published numerous short stories for children in The Girls Own Paper.
Sir Tristram (serialised in 1897 – links to TROVE), Ch1; cont. Ch1 & Ch2; cont. Ch2;  cont. Ch2 & start of Ch3; cont. Ch3 & start Ch4; cont. Ch4v; cont. Ch4, start Ch5; cont. Ch5; cont. Ch5, start Ch6; cont. Ch6 & start Ch7; cont. Ch7; cont. Ch7 (poor quality); cont. Ch7, start Ch8 (poor quality); cont. Ch8; Ch9; cont. Ch9; ch10; cont. Ch10; cont. Ch10;  cont. Ch10; Ch11; cont. 11 (4 Dec); cont. Ch11; cont. Ch11; cont. Ch12; Ch13; cont. Ch13 & start Ch14; cont. Ch14; cont. Ch14 & start Ch15; cont. Ch15 and start Ch16; cont. Ch16 (14 Dec); Ch17 (15 Dec); cont. Ch17 (16 Dec); cont. Ch18 (Dec17); Ch19 (Dec18); cont. Ch19 (20Dec); cont. Ch20 (22 Dec); Ch20 (Dec21); cont. Ch20 (Dec22); Ch21 (Dec23); cont. 21; cont. Ch21 (24 Dec);  cont. Ch22 & start Ch23 (Dec 27); cont. Ch23 & start Ch24(28 Dec); cont. 24 & Ch25 (29 Dec); cont. 25 (30 Dec) (final).

Wildman, Ina M birth name: Alexina Maude Wildman; aka Ina M W, Sappho Smith; b. 28 Feb 1867, Paddington, NSW; d. 15 Nov, 1896, Waverly, NSW obituary (16 Nov 1896). Publishing as Ina M W , Wildman published several poems in The bulletin in the 1890s. Obituary (16 Nov 1896)
Bread and Violets (1899, poem)
Mistaken (1892, poem)
Over (1892, poem)
Red handkerchief (1890, short story)
— [Untitled] I tried to heat my hands/ At the great fire of life… (1890, poem)

Wilson, Anne Glenny aka Mrs James Glenny Wilson; birth name: Anne Adams; Austral , Lady Wilson; Lady Annie Wilson; Annie Glenny Wilson; A. G. W. b. 1848, 11 Jun, Greenvale, Vic; d. 1930, 11 Feb, Wanganui, North Island, New Zealand.

Wren, Jenny. Identified as Australian and female in ANFD.
A Life History (1898)
A Woman’s Heart (1895)
— Missing. A Christmas Story (1892), ch1; ch2; ch3; ch4; ch5; ch6; ch7; ANFD entry.

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