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The man who is always as ‘ ‘ cool as a cucumber ” is frequently as green. According to Cocker, the more debts are contracted the more they expand. Thin man : “ Boy, what’s that hungre dog following me fori” Boy: “Hy thinks you’re a bone, I s’pose. ” A little girl being asked on the first day of school, how she liked her new teacher, replied—“l do not like her; she is just as saucy to me as my mother.” A little boy in Troy, fatally ill with scarlet fever, was told the doctor’s opinion that he must die, and replied —“ Well, this world does not amount to much any way. lam going up, and up where I am going I can look down and 39c this world not bigger than a pin’s head,”

Another Fact. —The farrier may be slow, but he is shoer.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 1, Issue 122, 6 July 1880

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 1, Issue 122, 6 July 1880

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