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THOUGHTS FOR THE DAY.

We may or may not deplore the 'forms that literature is choosing, but there is no gainsaying the fact thatj it is still..very-much alive.—Sir -Arthur •Quiller-Coueh. ' What would the world be without its.optimists? Why, wo;should still.'be in a ' state ■of savagery, ' bartei 4 ■ ' as; anie.aiis' of exchange and a,s-ybu%ere-:: Isjir all round.': — Mr J. Asterley-Cooper.; Courtesy needs training and imagination, and, a respect . for, • otheri people.;. ■■: -Let-,us, for instance^ liohpur, and respect a bishop, not because he' is tx bishop, but because he is a man. Let 1' the phrase " well-bred contempt" perish forever, contempt-is never wellbred. ; Until we have swept contempt I out of out- composition we can never J>e 'cpuTipcraG.—Kev.. Libnel- Ford. : ''„''■-

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THOUGHTS FOR THE DAY., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8800, 21 February 1914

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THOUGHTS FOR THE DAY. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8800, 21 February 1914

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