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The New Zealand Railways Magazine, Volume 10, Issue 2 (May 1, 1935)

“Shibli” Listens In

Shibli” Listens In.

Mr. F. W. Doidge, the well-known New Zealand pressman, has resigned from the Beaverbrook organisation in London and is returning to the Dominion shortly.

“Music in New Zealand,” that admirable monthly journal published by Harry H. Tombs, Wellington, has now been in existence four years.

The latest casualty in the periodical field in New Zealand is “The Radio News,” the first issue of which appeared about a year ago.

Included in the imposing list of world-famous writers who appear in the “Evening Standard's” “Book of Strange Stories” (reviewed in this issue) is Hector Bolitho.

Cabled advice has been received in Sydney that “Landtakers,” by Brian Penton, has been selected by the London “Daily Mail” as the book of the month.

Whitcombe & Tombs Ltd. will publish shortly from the pen of Johannes C. Anderson a volume on book collecting in New Zealand.

“Frivolity,” a monthly humorous magazine run in Sydney on the lines of “Aussie” ceased publication a few weeks ago.

A further indication of the rapid development in the book publishing world in Australia is the recent establishment in Sydney of a Literary Agency.