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Norman Lindsay's emphatic response to an after-dinner speech that was delivered to the Society of Artists by George Lambert. Although Lindsay's discussion deals predominantly with Australian art and artists, there is a brief section subtitled, 'The Value of Hugh McCrae's Poetry'.
'Captain and Mrs Colin Duncan undertook an interesting tour by motor through Ceylon, India and (later) France. Captain Duncan, who is well known in Australia as A.D.C. to the former Governor-General, Sir Ronald Munro Ferguson, has recorded his impressions for "The Home" in a short series of articles, of which this is the first.' (appears under title)