More to a ti­tle

Western Suburbs Weekly - - Western Opinion -

I WAS just re­flect­ing on re­cent com­ments upon the ti­tles of those who are a doc­tor or Jus­tice of the Peace, or who have been be­stowed a ti­tle or an award.

The let­ters fol­low­ing a man's name do not mean any­thing, other than his education at that time.

It is what he does with it: that makes him a man, or an id­iot.

Ter­rance We­ston, Se­cret Har­bour.

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