Observer , 12 Hakihea 1910, Page 6
A dealer in kid ? —Mr' Glover. A canny man ?—The milkman. A sharp knife ?—E. C. Cutten. A sound of sorrow ?—De Groen. A bill-ious affair ?—Christmas. Out after cash ?—A. Bill Hunter. The bettor land ?—Vulcan Lane. What annoys ?—Christmas waits. Quite up to snuff ?—Rees George. A thin gee-gee ?—George George. Short and sweet ?—" Tutt 1 Tutt !" A good puzzle ?—The Selwyn Ma vs. Sound comfort ?—A concrete Friend. A Harbour Bored ?—J. M. Brigham. A bar to progress ?—The hobble skirt. A judge of figures ?—Young Brigham. A disconsolate person —Bill Rye-un. Accomplished in arte ?—Singer, R. A. The morning milkman ?—Billy Rainger. A hawkered job ? —Sooling the hawkers. Taking liquid refreshments.—W. E. Lush. A warm dwelling ?—A Currie-built house. After the Christmas dinner ?—John Fuller. The plain woman's joy ? —The Vaile system. Always- game in season —A HE Partridge. Learned in the docksology ?—George Tyler. An A.M.P. chorus ?—" Hey, down, Derry 1" The barber's motto ? — There's nothing like lather. The Auckland Racing Club oath? — "By Gorrie 1" An artist in animals ? — especially dogs ?— Turner. The Port Health Officer's disposition '••—Simply Sharman. The Fire Brigade's war- cry ? — " VVob and Woolley !" The song of the dredger? — "In Hapai Moments." A good name for Onehunga's main street ? — Johnny Rowe. The Avondale Jockey Club's motto ?—" Keep your Hayr on." The brightest jewel of the police force ?—The Cullen(an) diamond.
" Augustus," said Angelina to her lover, "you know that father has recently invested in an American silver mine, and is going there at once, and I cannot leave mother alone. So I ask you dear Augustus, how long would you be willing to wait for me ?" " Wait for you, my darling ?" exclaimed Augustus, with deep emotion, for his was no fleeting love ; "I will wait for you until we learn how the silver mine turns out."