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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 24 October 1926

Joy, Jest, Jazz and Jollity! STRIP YQIJR FIG TREE :' . ? ? ' ? «s J- j- ' . ' ?r. ' ?? ' VFft $|UE JOLLY OLD ' . pvifS LEAF BALL (Coujpliincniary benefit to Mrs. ROBERT BELL). TROCADERO DANSANT Monday, November 1st .; fl*gie arc the Prizes: — BESf MOVIE SET .. ./'?:{'... ..£550 BEST IMPERSONATION OF MOVIE ?.!?? STAR ... .. ..... .... .. ... 2 2 0 BESTREPRpENTATIOxN OF f '?': A&AM 4M) EVE ....... 2 2 0 MOST HTJ-|^8OUS COSTUME . . 2 2 0 Movie^^lk Join Hands m H^py Celebration! Be one otllie joyous throng! ADMISSION 10/6 (including SUPPER). i Tickets and all particulars obtainable at Winter garden Theatre, Trocadero, Palings, and 'Patriot' Office.

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
COUNTRY CLUBS TOOWOOMBA. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 24 October 1926

COUNTRY CLUBS 1 ? i TOOWOOMBA. TOOWOOMBA. Saturday. — Top-dressing j operations were responsible for the closure of! thc*West Tboffoomb* green this afternoon, but opportunity was taken to entertain dub mem' j bers on the Toowoomba green, where com- 1 petition and practice matches were pleyed. De- j ta^s:— ? ? ? MEAEES' TORPHT' SINGLES HANDICAP] (second round). — Cornell (8 en) v Brazier -8 ; on), 21-17. PRACTICE EIXKS. Hodsrscn. Cornell. Jones. Cossart ...... '26 Seeley, Remllger, Gundry, J. Webb ? 23 Bridgman. Job Stone, Merritt. Fryar .... 2-, Allen, Meares, Carrel!, Bobs ? -3 nattbn. S. R. Carter, Garry, ' Donald . . 27 Murdoch, Webb, Fenner, M'Lcnnan. .. .. SI Xite (Claj-fleld), G. B. Stephens, Perkins, F. C. Burftc ? ? t0 Pohlinan (Southporl). Cox. . Mollison, ff. Cramond ? 24 M'KInney, Brodic, Hob3on, H. D. Eattcn .. S2 Winn (Newcastle), D. MolllBon, A. Gaydon, Stafford (South Brisbane) ..-.'. . . . . IS f . Stuart, Barclay, Redwood, DavJea .... Cl ! Blaln, Isaacs, Fidget, Hal...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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CLUB PLAY BALMORAL. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 24 October 1926

CLUB PLAY IR' _ BA1MOEAI.. P: m-v , PENNANT PRACTICE If.' Krl?ht- 31-rtin. Guskill. Shiuul ' Sl Ml*. iTackay. Hatton. Ryan. Coles .. .'.' 5 m. .' °'S*£;dB-'-A- ^'Ptewon. Irish. Kirk K Bloom. i.ettr.'Bradman.' Doctor' .'.' '.'. 17 W: Board. TTeir. Wl-itc, Ball ? o-, BE--.' Jloss, Harrison. Davies, Riddel .... «3 P; ilorr«on H. F. if'Pherson, Lindsav. B'.1 E. IT. Gibson .... * '(» |l; Bennett. Mathus. Smitii. OckeHord '.'. 7 it,. ? ? li. PAIRS GAME. s-'ji. Chambers — Crrmlev - ??»-? Sf; \ Gonsu— coot .. ?._'..''. v ;V ;; ;; Zq m'-.- CLATPIELD. ft--:- -. KINK GAirES. K% Tocher. Sponce. Sliav.-, II. Dro^n '5 K:, : M'Cready;. Binctbnrne. Howard i're* K . V ♦-'» ?? ? '-. .. /. J7 my . ^Peteraon. Slorgau. Thl, Stewart ^n m\. Dunning. Peri-ins, Cuffe, JSrier . .' .' .' »i i£ Matthews, TVlrte. T. Bro-sra, B«ff . . 29 Ig' »aldvrin, Hancock, Holland, Arciier ^0 K?j;;. MilliJten, Ebse. Harper, M* Iniyre . '5 %:__ WiUJs, TVellstea-i, Ifrancis. Price .. -i lp . Major. Besley. TUomas,'. Erans .. ....

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
WIN FOR SOUTHPORT [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 24 October 1926

WIN FOR SOITTHPORT XOOAS AJTD AXSSBT THBION. SpUT33POaT. 6aturd»y. — la the firs* round o* tie A sr»de flrlTireB pf the Logan and Albert Kifle Club Union Southport de feated Tallebudgera .on the' Tallsbudgera range to-day by 32 point;:. Weather con ?diiions xrere most unfavocrable ' the light beinr b»d, whilo a changeable vjnd also troubled the shooters. 3. Boyd (South port) top-scored -rith 90. Pollovriu^ are the detailed scores : — SOUTHPORT. ttuo ouo vuu ia. 3. Boyd... ? 30 82 28 SO W. ?»8«e ? SI 2fi, '29 86 A. SoesMrd . . . . 31- 26 27 94 E. L. Freeman -.. 27 24 80 £1 R. M. Rldd ? 84 28 IS SI 1. Dowri ? 27 26 21 74 180 163 154 496 3. Ellis (counted out) 25 23 24 72 TA1*LEBCDGERA. W. Hall ? Sf- 25 20 84 !l. Po!»n ? 23 -*9 28 SO ! S. 6. Stubba .... 26 38 26 73 '3. Svmi&OD ....... 26 -21 U7 To i.3. A. Andre-ri .... 2U 29 '-i 73 .2. Aadre-ns ? SO '?!- -1 *3 I . 9t ? 13* 15S ? JVl -Sj ' A. J.5i«* '.coiiaiejl oni I'. -3 »J. *?\

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
RIFLE SHOOTING A GRADE FIXTURES CENTRAL THE PREMIERS [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 24 October 1926

RIFLE SHOOTING A GRADE J1XTURES CENTRAL THE PREMIERS The fintl round of the A grade fixtures was fired oa Saturday orer 306 and 600 yards. Conditions were faMy difficult the wind giving trouble all the afterfioon. ? The match between Central and ? City w»s very ICeen, the former winning by eight points. Details:— CENTRAL v CITY. CENTBAL. I SW 608 T:l H. Ciarlre ? 41 51 92 J. Toulton .. .... .. « 47 ?1 ». PsVeri ? 48 48 W R. Barnes ........ 45 43 99 W. Boberte ? 49 48 97 j 3. MTKenzle ? '« D3 ?» F. Stafford ? 48 4tt 87 : \V. M'Donald ? 47 48 OJ 863 SS9 ?tf7 OUT. V. IS. Zinman ? '45 44 ; US W. Stanley ? 47 5S 3!) : J. M-KenUo ? 45 32 ?T \ G. Pullen ......... 44 52 Eu Vf. Cock ? 43 66 e:J A. Pattisbn -...'..''.. S9 *S 87 P. Ward ...... .. 4t 51 85 C. HiUlday ...... ..4* 49 03 531 3BS TO UNITED SERVICE v OOORPAROO. ? UNITED SERVICB. i W. Siartln ? 40 45 S& ? E. Hall ? '43 43 9^1 P. Hall ? 43 4tf h9] A. Johnston' ? ..- SS 5'-, V» ' T. Lrona ,. .. .. ..' .. 4S 4.6 SS\ A. Allan .. ...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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WYNNUM GAMES [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 24 October 1926

WVNNUM GAMES Maic'ies played at Vyim-din on .Saturday r^su'.tPd ;is f'lllnw. — A Grade. — Malvpru dsfe.ued Torrid^e by l't pnnios: llavynga dcftnied ivin'mjo \-y n Grade. — r.ayvipw I. -l.'fc:Ued V\v« Crescnt by 21 cames: Lintmsa defeated Uibi/r'.ians by 7 sa'n''S. C Grade. — W.X.O..S. d-l'eai.?d Davvipw TI. hr 7 siiiiu-p; Syivan I. defe:it?d «;-.]nist 1. l-y 5 caTnf.c. D Grade. — I3il)ernianh li. dofcrtted Euol l,v 4 earnest Baptist II. defeated Sylvan II. by It games.

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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GOLF AT YEERONGPILLY C B. FREEMAN WINS MONTHLY MEDAL FINALS [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 24 October 1926

GOLF ? .*. ? AT YEERONGPILLY C B. FREEMAN WINS MONTHLY MEDAL FINALS C. B. Freeman, v.'lm hn^ ylayed con M'sfi'nt r;olf tlurincr f Fi n whole season :;t Yccrongniliv. .secured 1hr Caakett troi.liy on (ho B.G.C. links o.i Satur-3ay by the substantial marijin of Svo strolte-: ' frmn his nearest- comi-etitor. The winner dis ltljlVf.fi fiTli* fnrr.\ 'illri Tll.'iv^vi n]\ 1h*i wlwi + ^ with enviable skill. . For for.nwii h«I,«s he jilayed a scratch game, nnd though lie lapsed somewhat over the last four holes, he had made his position secure by Jbv t'xrelienci? of his golf during th« preced ing fourteen. Tn the first round he Mas on.- siroVo behind K. H. Warin?. and as h« conredvil 1hc latter four strokes on handicap. l;e hud to pain *-is sirokes from him in tlie final Tound to secure victory. He w:i? Jfdl i;Jt 'I t'lA if? ti iiiiiij; I'll i?fli'ii'iii;, iljiu from tlie first hole, commenced in make U]i his leeway. Piayins on -onsisteutly, he had several strokes iu hand at the sevenlh und...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
No title [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 24 October 1926

A busy and beautiful scour on the river at Hamilton Reach.

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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TENNIS SUBURBAN GAMES SECTIONS PLAY OFF [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 24 October 1926

- TENMS ? ^ ? SUBURBAN GAMES SECTIONS PLAY OFF Tlif. chuni|j!onsli]]i touruanicnt was con tinued on Saturday aficrnoou, when a further 21 sections were contested. Several interesting matches tool; yila--e in the men's singles cuampioushln. .S. Decker's easy win over L. (.:. I'lauc al t--2. C-3, oumc as a bis surprise, whilst Down's victory against K. Ganly at 2-ti, 7-5. 0-1 also was unesiiee led. Suess i«iv up a great tlphi against M. C'rjle. ami C. Jf. Craufleld just escaped defeat jisalnst Hood. In the Indies' sincles Miss Coleman accounted for Mrs. Brldgford after a strenuous kccuik] set. in whicli tin- latter lilayed fluelj' The scores tu hand are as follow :— FIRST GRADE. 31-n's Siiifiios 4'!)amt-Iu:iship. — Cr.vlr v Kuess. v riaiif. ----. -?-'-: M'Baron v Bunion, 6-:i. ?t-C, 5-:;: Phipus v Slurjihy. G-J. 6-3: «'. 5f. frauflvld v Hood. G-4. .',-7. 10-S: Plane v K.-irner. -J-I. 4-U, C-^; Todd v Guodviu. '--', G-i 10-*. Special Singles.— M. Cranfleld v Jlcngel. S-2. fi-0. Ladies'...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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John Keats BORN OCTOBER 29, 1796. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 24 October 1926

|f . k[ - ? iohn Keats . J ' BOBV OCTOBER 29, 179$. :': \Sdhn Keats was the son of a .-livery V:- stable keeper, ana was bom in Moor J., fields, London! He was educated at ?/ a boarding school, and at the age of V. - i&. was apprenticed for five years to ;??.-; fluently practised medicine ? himself in Sr: '- London. In 1817 he abandoned his !v -profeMion, and devoted himself to %::-, 'literature. He became acquainted fe '; *itli. Leigh Hnnt, Shelley, Harlitt, W- ^*5?lo'?1» ?°^ other literary ana artis ^C; tie people, in whose society his mind S&- -''??? ^gtamieS. «nd strengthened. i£«: ' 'r While on-a visit to Scotland, he sB':-:: eontrieted 'what proved to be con mm m&ha. . He struggled, against ill F&t- teaKh -ana financial difficulties till his i$i ' ,*fc»1tSi :'«Dnrotetely gave way in the B^«afiBk^«-T«M'--«»ai accompanied by ^l^^*^--%^&fr H?«S

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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WYNNUM MIXED FOURSOMES EVENT. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 24 October 1926

WYNNUM MIXED FOURSOMES EVENT. It was an open day at Wymium on hatur- 1 day, both associates and clubmen parllclpat inc iu the mired foursomes competition set down for decision. As on other greens, scor ing conditions were adverse, aud returns con sequently were somewhat ? above the usual ! level. Cards were returned by : — , Mrs. Smith— A. H. Smith .. SI 10 74! Miss T. Atkin— L. Steer .... 94 K- 79 Mrs. Bank— A. S. Wishart . . 93 13 SO ! Mrs. aCddleton— H. K. Paton 72 S S-t 1 Mrs. Gould— E. M. Fisher ..39 14 sr, ! Miss AVarhani— G. W. Watson 100 14 SiV i Miss Austin— R. T. C. Smythc 101 11 S7 Miss L. Mott— L. J. I M'Conachie ? 102 12 no j Bliss M'Credie— .1. H. Hindman 111 20 91

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
THE TWELVE MINCE-PIES [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 24 October 1926

THE TWELVE MINCE-PIES It will be seen in our illustration how. 12 mince-pies may' be placed on the table so as to form six straight '.rows with four pies in every row. Tie puzzle to remove only four of them to new positions so that there shall be seven . straight rows with four in everj. row. Which four would you remove, and where would you .replace them? Special book pjize to the first competitor to send in the correct solution. The competition closes on Saturday, October 30. Note. — Martin Hamblcton's decis ion must be considered as final, and no correspondence is permitted.

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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Geoffrey Chaucer. DIED OCTOBER 25, 1400. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 24 October 1926

Geoffrey Chaucer . %. ??'.?' 2-ZBb OCTOBER 25, 1400. v .Geoffrey Chaucer maj indeed -fee V called the first of the great English ;; pt»ekK His works are written in ,.. . -jualnfc mediaeval English, and so they ; are less wiSely Tead than they anight oe. . AaiE seems a great pity, for th* pictures he gives us of the times iniwhich he. lived are really very ln ' tweeting, .and' every student of British ? literature should find a delight in reading. Ms works. He was the son . of John Chaucer, a vintner or wine merchant of Ijondon, and was bora in that » city in l?40. His «arly. life was spent in London, and Ids educa ? lion, must cave been a good one, for ,M« Works show he was aeonaintei? ? ? with all the great branches of learn. _«»g- la 1357 he was appointed to 'tlie; household of Lionel,, third son of .tMa&aTa^m. From this time on ; liBBrds his life was passed in 'court ^?Sfetehsa, .and the pictures of the dif j^j^rmslt «ocial grades with which his \--W»tks abound are very v...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
SOUTHPORT [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 24 October 1926

SOUTHPORT . SrtVTHI'OBT. Katurday. — Tli^ C prade m?a's scciion in the Soutliport division of the LojraiJ .inrt Albert. Association fixtures was finalised this afternoon, when the challenge final t-e- iwecn Ashgrovc and tlie Southport. -'lub was niartd on tlie N'ortliside Club's coi;r;. The lOSiilt 'vas a win for Asligrove by ]i) games. Scores: — Ellem— 1-. Andrews (As.'icrove) H. Horcliam— H. N. Bond. H-C. S-C, : r V. F. Walker - T. AsimihSPnV C-l. fi-2. V. Uawnc-y— - S. Hohnke (AsJiktovc) t H. Borcliaiu— H. N. Bond. 3-0, G-S; v V. T. \Yal1;ei -V. Asniussen. ('?-3. fl-2- Totals: Ashjirove, .'? sets 41 games: Sciiillijiort. ' sets. SI panjes. Asligrovc Is tlierc fore thc winner of tlie f prarl-- men's section !n the Southport division, and ivill meet Msutis l»nd (winners of the Coomera division) in the. intcr-dlslrict semi-final at Soutluiort in-x Jfaturday.

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 24 October 1926

HERE'S VALUE F OR YOU ;v:vic; 'Jensens ! I Low^-ihoe Prices -SSi'C-''^^^ Sh«Se. ftawwr Indies' Patent ^iftll*, l«r and m«nt trim, tab? Wort Heelfc pump eollsr.baty Wurt* hwto, pump .!, .'MIM. ., -.?'?? \ --, ?»!?-. ? ' ? --. — ? ? ? - ? .,?? '. ZaiUw* P«tent Count Shoe. iUWejr Ladles' Slonde Bar. B»tum rtr*B *?«»«. Pnmp »leB'. plav. bd)y Wort ie«ls. J; LADIES' .WHITE SHOES, £/ J^ . ,'?;- ???. ;'-^.\p;'.'. ?-,... V ? I*«^-- A«-«iu, yBax, blonde trims, I«diw' 3Iondo XeptUe Bar Shot. ,:- '. \ . aypfe »Jl...--' ? ? ? *»pper hwls. |VIC.JE^SEm T^^r ? '?;?'' '''v ?''?'?:: .';vi-? J^iII*c*?*'cie ?'?Free- f^' rw I ? ? - , ? Queensland's \ 11 | j Most Beautiful Bathing Girl flVk \ Stauty !? raaacet to physical d«v*Ia»mtnt, attraetiv* ' \ '/I V -\ 1 fifurt. and pltailni faelal appMranco Mot mainly «- 1 i/ff Vv\ \\ gardMl. Only. If deemed neeetsary, /%il| doertment in \ I v-\ 141 ?rater and swlmmlni ability be ttkeq into consldera- V 1 V II tUn in the Jadfini of the final. ? ,; .' ,,-_ . \ ,'/ ...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
Danton BORN OCTOBER 26, 1759. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 24 October 1926

mv-v ???????? ????? -^':- -?''' ??'.-? Kf?-.;.''^- ?. ... Danton- . '? ? , wmih ::??;- - ??' ? ? ???;.'???????? ?:?: ? ? tm^C : ?? ? W»K- OqfOBEBr 26i'..175S. ' ; ?? .. ;, .?; -J£orge ifames Dantbn, more 'than i-;Cv'«»y.7-n«ia. whom tiie.'''Freae]i^'Bevola ;''v';.tU-n':fftreir- to the surface, realises the :\l- '-.' IPPP*!*** l^ea; of .*;,' revolutioiiist. ' 'His- :.;: ? KieaA wan ? larsffi. -asA *-nvprpr! xe-Jth 1^ ?-: stiff 'hlaek hair,, and hii: eyebrows £?;:'.'; ? -itinEsky-. ' .His' f eatniea were bold and ^%:-'':fmj^^l.}^:!.-vfh^o..%i-.iap-.'by_ the fire $0'[ ? [pt.inteUtet. their coareeness -disap- ^?%'.V-ipwijfiea:''in.-liarmony..-- His voice was ^li':'%;|l^er|ni; and was likened to thunder psf; .ir''jUtti|t'«^lioaJs -roar.' . He was torn at g£g; ^Jurcis-Bur.'Aube, ;.. of .well-tq-do fanning W£ .^i5e6pT.e,f arid was educated, to- be : a law ipf :i'-:'*iJS!BJff Tbnt-on the outbreak of the revo ^' :\'.lTOda;*Uirew'--rip hiB profession and ber ^-:'' came ?*- leading spirit, of ...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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Country/State of Publication: Brisbane, Australia (Qld)
HAMILTON MONTHLY BOGEY. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 24 October 1926

HAMILTON MONTHLY BOGEY. The last of the monthly bogey ??ompvtiiious was contested at Hamilton on .Sntuniay iindiT favourable conditions, but none --t thc uumer- 1 ous entrants was equal to Uefcatln^ the 'colonel.' .1. I-ove, who led tlie B graile sec tion, was tlie only i-oiuuetitor in finish mi ; cicn lerms. -». i'aciiaru {it aeuurcu iul- .-v grade trophy with a card 1 dowu. He .siaiii-d ; n1th a brilliant 3 at tile first bole, but thc next four were lost. AnoUnr brilliant flaeli ' at. the sixth, which lie won in -I. was follow.:-! by losses at the Pi-venth anil nlnili, ami he turned for home :i down. He pl.i.M!il well In the second half, the last fevcii holes aTcra? iug fours and hu recovered two holrs. P. J. Iliiss also improved in ihe si-cmitl Jialf. Four dov.11 at half-way, lie avuraped fours for the next six Iiales, and wii'cil off half h!s J. Love played liis usual consistent game,, and had the honours over the last nine. Ke won the tenth, fiftw-ivth. aud ycvcntecjith In ?',....

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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WARWICK HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC TEAM (1926). Winners of the Combined Secondary School Competition. [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 24 October 1926

WARWICK HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETIC TEAM (1926). Winners of the Combined Secondary Scliool Competition. Top Row: R, Thorn, A. Kelly- V. Mole, C. Staines, R. L-ogan. Mr. A, Stanley (trainer i. Sitting: J. R, Sweet, D. S. Maxwell (captain), G. A. Tisher, Esq. (coach), C G. Hall, H. C. Jen*en. In front; R. Moore. C. Anfitey,

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WHAT YESTERDAY CAN TELL US [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 24 October 1926

WHAT YESTERDAY CAN TELL US ' To be ignorant of what Jiappened before you ivere born is to be always a child.' — Cicero.

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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JUNIOR.—FIRST PRIZE. IMAGINATION [Newspaper Article] — Sunday Mail — 24 October 1926

^nnnon— first prize. IMAGINATION Imagination assists us in all kinds of ways. I often wonder if the people of this work-a-day world ever thoroughly appreciate the great boon it is to tie human race. It helps us to overcome in numerable difficulties, it helps to brigh ten a good. deal of the gloom which, un fortunately, is all too prevalent. Some times it helps us to reach our .aim, nn-1 in that it is akin to hope. Imagination is not only an asset to the author or the artist, but to all, no matter how humble their calling may be. It is a form of thoueht. and the more we think the better, for ourselves, and, incidentally' our fellows. Thought, and particularly imagination, ' may shed a. little sunshine on a rather too grey world. Without imagination the richest man is poor, and conversely, the poorest man gifted with imagination is rich. Of course I speak of the riches of the mind, not of the purse. The other day I came upon some little children who were play ing along the footpath. T...

Publication Title: Sunday Mail
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