Some Australian women. Part VI. [4 July 1891]

[Editor: This is part 6 of “Some Australian women”, a series of articles on the achievements of women in Australia. Published in The Illustrated Sydney News, 4 July 1891.] Some Australian women: (Continued). (By M. Hirst Browne.) Part VI. Science. Dr. E. Constance Stone enjoys the distinction of being the first lady who has obtained […]

Some Australian women. Part V. Prominent social workers. [6 June 1891]

[Editor: This is part 5 of “Some Australian women”, a series of articles on the achievements of women in Australia. Published in The Illustrated Sydney News, 6 June 1891.] Some Australian women: (Continued). Part V. Prominent social workers. Lady Clarke is a staunch supporter of the higher education of women, and an unfailing pioneer in […]

Some Australian women. Part IV. [23 May 1891]

[Editor: This is part 4 of “Some Australian women”, a series of articles on the achievements of women in Australia. Published in The Illustrated Sydney News, 23 May 1891.] Some Australian women: (Continued). Part IV. Musicians. The name of Madame Carandini (née Marie Burgess) is so firmly bound up with the establishment of good opera […]

Some Australian women: Part III. Four Australian Artists. [9 May 1891]

[Editor: This is part 3 of “Some Australian women”, a series of articles on the achievements of women in Australia. Published in The Illustrated Sydney News, 9 May 1891.] Some Australian women: (By M. Hirst Browne.) Part III. Four Australian Artists. Mrs. Ellis Rowan, whose exquisite paintings of Australian and New Zealand wild flowers are […]

Some Australian women. Part II. — ‘Tasma.’ [25 April 1891]

[Editor: This is part 2 of “Some Australian women”, a series of articles on the achievements of women in Australia. Published in The Illustrated Sydney News, 25 April 1891.] Some Australian women. Part II. — ‘Tasma.’ In his ‘Problems of Greater Britain,’ Sir Charles Dilke tells us that ‘Tasmania has had her novelist in Mme. […]