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SMILES FOR THE DAY.

Girl in Furs —" See that tall young man ?" Girl Friend—"He buys his engagement rings' in quantities to get them cheaper." "Do you call this a pint ?" asked the sharp servant girl of the milkman. "Yes." "Well, it won't do. When we want condensed milk we'll buy it at the grocer's." Guest —"Delightful party you are having to-night, old fellow." Host— "Yes, I am giving it to my wife. It is the twelfth anniversary of her 30th birthday." Salesman —" Now, here, madam, is a piece of goods that speaks for itself- ■:"■ Customer (interupting)— "Then suppose you keep quiet and give it a- chance." The Clergyman—"Now, can anyone tell me what are the sins of omission ?" Small Boy—"Yes, sir. They are sins we ought to have done, and; haven't." " I have such an indulgent husband," said little Mrs Doll. "Yes, so George says," replied Mrs Spiteful. "Sometimes indulges a little too much, doesn't he?" , ,

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SMILES FOR THE DAY., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8797, 18 February 1914

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SMILES FOR THE DAY. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8797, 18 February 1914

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