|Chapter Number||Synopsis of Opening Chapters|
|Newspaper Title||The Australasian (Melbourne, Vic. : 1864 - 1946)|
|Trove Title||Daughters of the Seven Mile|
DAUGHTERS OF THE SEVEN MILE.
THE LOVE STORY OF AN
By ZORA CROSS.
. SYNOPSIS OF OPENING CHA5TEB8. '
Ann Wjl«m, « 4>eautiful tod rigoroui -Aus tralian country girt, who live* *t Moonee, near tbe Se>;w' liHe, Is Joved. by Michael Furucy, s new arrival front. Great Britain, andJoeCaHer,a young brillock-driver. Her ' younger brother, Alf, secretly Wiafries Kitty
Fljun, « city milliner, against liia father1* vrfihea. Ann has promised to give her answer to Joe and Michael at a ball. On the way to thebsll Mlobael me«U Ann, and persuades , tier to ftdtnit that slie loreis him. Joe's hatred of lCc&id:, !>la&« up at, the ball, and he. wbbpetB to Ami,""lit the name Of God, .Aim," wlio Is' It to be? Me or Faroey;" Ann cecspes from him betseen dances, and Joe, maddened by her behaviour, orders, Michael to leave the -place.