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NEW CONUNDRUMS

If a nut oould speak what wonld It say 1 I want none of your jaw. What did the oat say when, he oame out of the ark . Is that era a rat ? Why Is the foot-and-mouth disease like a rat 1 Beoause the cat'll oatoh tt. Why Is the ohalr like the subj emotive mood % Because It Is would, or should be. Why is a burglar In an attic Ilka a good man 1 Beoause be is above doing wrong. What Is the difference between a cow and a rickety obalr ? The one gives milk and the other glvea way, What ia It that is round and sound, aud just a pound, and yet does not weigh an ounce? A sovereign. What Is the difference between an angry lover and a jilted maid? One Is a orosa bean and the other a cutlass. Wby does the girl of the period make the best housekeeper 1 Because she makes ao muoh bustle about a little waist. What kind of a building is empty and at the same time has people living m It ? A convent, because it is a—nuninhabited house. What is the difference between the bark of a tree and tbe bark of a dog t One is the bark of a bough, and the other ls the bark ef a bow-wow.

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NEW CONUNDRUMS, Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2095, 27 March 1889

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NEW CONUNDRUMS Ashburton Guardian, Volume VII, Issue 2095, 27 March 1889

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