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Economy ob Worms.lf I have ever used, any unkind words, Hannah,” said Mr. Smiley, reflectively, “I take them all back. ” “Yea; I suppose yon wapt to Use them all over again,” was the not very soothing reply. • ~ ' Bmoks.—“Yoii get lip . ail kinds of brickf here,, don’t .you 1” inquired a man at ope'of opr leading brickyards. ‘‘Yes,' about. kll. ' ; Ydiai, do you want ?,”• • The jh&n edged toWaras the front of the ‘yard as he replied, “ Cambrics would do, ’’ and then cambricks at his head in every direction 68 he took to flight/' •*.( *' ;UT i - Setting the Styie.. —Tender wife; “Say, look here ! Tfe got to have a new velvet skirt right off. Cot to have it. This old thing is all worn out—actually threadbare down the front. ” Brute of-a husband; “ Just tile thing, my deaf. All! the rage. Fashion items say velvet skirts will be very much worn this' season. Sandpaper the back of your dress and you’re setting the style.” : .

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2, Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 247, 20 January 1881

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 Ashburton Guardian, Volume 2, Issue 247, 20 January 1881

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