Stories and articles from publications with only one Wodehouse item

 

Items with significant annotations are flagged with ✎ below.

Men who missed their own weddings — The Age (Melbourne, Australia), January 19, 1901

✎ A Family Doctor Tells this Story — The Weekly Telegraph (UK), March 30, 1901

Wodehouse titled the above item “Strange Requests made of Doctors” when he entered it in his account book.

When Papa Swore in Hindustani — Answers (UK), August 24, 1901

✎ The Language of Flowers — To-day (UK), October 24, 1901

✎ Mr. Halkett’s Romance — The Free Lance (UK), no. 69, January 25, 1902

The Pugilist in Fiction — Sandow’s Magazine (US), April 1903

✎ The Idle King — Sunday Magazine (UK), May 1903

✎ A Shocking Affair — Tales of St. Austin’s (1903)

This is the one story in Tales of St. Austin’s which never appeared in The Captain or the Public School Magazine, so we transcribe it here from the book for the sake of completeness, even though it doesn’t fit the “publication with one Wodehouse item” category.

✎ The Cricketer in Winter — Land and Water Illustrated (UK), November 26, 1904

✎ On Lyric Writing — Evening Standard and St. James’s Gazette (UK), May 2, 1906

Signs and Portents (a James Innes cricket story) — Stage and Sport (UK), May 19, 1906

Launching a Popular Song — Pearson’s Weekly (UK), October 25, 1906

Personally Conducted (a Joan Romney cricket story) — Cassell’s (UK), July 1907

✎ Living Among Ghosts — Ideas (UK), June 24, 1908

The Kind-Hearted Editor — The Throne and Country (UK), December 5, 1908

What Do They All Do? — Van Norden (US), July 1909

Providence and the Butler — The Washington Herald Literary Magazine (US), February 27, 1910

✎ Misunderstood — Nash’s Magazine (UK), May 1910

✎ Misunderstood — Burr McIntosh Monthly (US), May 1910

The Watch Dog — Hampton’s (US), May 1910

✎ Abe: A Lovingly Drawn Portrait of a New York Literary Agent — New York Tribune (US), September 24, 1910

✎ When Doctors Disagree — Success Magazine (US), March 1911

Rival of Monte Carlo — Evening Standard (Ogden, Utah, US), May 20, 1911

✎ The Peer Who Worked — Kangaroo Island Courier (AU), April 19/26, 1913

“Bill, the Bloodhound” — Century (US), February 1915

✎ Crowned Heads — The Argosy (US), April 1914

✎ The Amazing Ambassador — Sunday Chronicle (UK), December 13, 1914

✎ Von Bernstorff: The Amazing Ambassador — West Australian (Perth, AU), February 5, 1915

The Harmonica Mystery — All-Story Cavalier Weekly (US), March 13, 1915

The Fatal Kink in Algernon — Ladies’ Home Journal (US), January, 1916

The Dramatic Fixer — The Passing Show (UK), August 26, 1916

Virtues and Vices of Artists — The Lotus Magazine (US), December 1916

✎ Personal Details — The Bookman (New York), January 1920

✎ Cuthbert Unexpectedly Clicks — The Elks Magazine (US), July 1922

How to Save the Theatre — The Humorist (UK), November 4, 1922