b'1571026CARA(AUSTRALIAN SCHOOL),On the Werribee River,(titled verso),oil on canvas, circa 1900,signed Cara lower right,36 x 56cm.Another inscription verso reads Chassie Cole (Cara) 5/5/-$3005001027GEORGE H. DANCEY (18651922)Fisher sucks on the bottle of office while Deakin and Cook clamour to displace him,pen and brush and ink, wash and gouache, circa 1908,signed lower right,31 x 24cm.$60080010311028ARTIST UNKNOWN (AUSTRALIAN SCHOOL),R.M.S. Orontes,watercolour,titled lower centre,35 x 61cm$5007001029ARTHUR EDGAR JONES (ATTRIBUTED), (18711960),Foreshore at Elwood,oil on cedar panel,14 x 36cm$1,0001,50010281030 1031D. GEORGE BELLRUBY LINDSAY (DYSON) (18871919)(AUSTRALIA, Wholesale - A Hint to the Divorce CommissionWORKING C.1920s), pen & ink on thick card (Goodalls Bristol Board),(Tasmanian river scene with boat), signed Ruby Lind lower right,titled and with text verso,oil on board, 31 x 38.5cm (overall).signed lower right D.G.B., Text verso in the artists hand: First not disinterested Lady to 30 x 46cm Second, Ditto: I dont know whether it would be quite right to $120200make divorce cheaper for the lower classes - but people like you and me, dear - I think it would be only fair to make us a reduction on taking a quantity. She gives her contact details as Mrs Dyson, 1a Bramshill Gardens, Dartmouth Park Hill, Highgate.Ruby Lindsay was Norman and Percy Lindsays sister, noted for her fluid pen and ink drawings. At an early age she attended the National Gallery School, and later drew for periodicals such as the Bulletin and the Gadfly (1906). She illustrated books and posters, and married Will Dyson, traveling with him to London. In England she continued her work in book illustration, particularly of childrens books, and for magazines including Strand Magazine, The London Opinion, and The Sphere. While visiting family in Dublin, having survived the war, she caught and succumbed to the pandemic Spanish flu.$500750 '