y The Queenslander newspaper issue  
Issue Details: First known date: 1936 24 December 1936 of The Queenslander est. 1866
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Santa - 1936 Modeli"Santa Claus stood and viewed his", Den , 1936 single work poetry (p. 7)
Too Much for Jill, E. Wigney , 1936 single work short story
A young typist must forego a camping holiday with her friends at Southport to go to spend Christmas with her aunt and uncle. She buys a lottery ticket to give them but they despise money spent on frivolous things and so she dares not present it to them. She spends a lonely unhappy time at their home. Towards the end of her visit she discovers that her lottery ticket has won and she takes it to give to her Aunt but finds her Aunt checking her own tickets. Jill throws the ticket at her Aunt calling her a hypocrite.
(p. 8, 48)
Note: Appears in 'A Christmas Story'.

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