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SMILES FOR THE DAY.

"I had to kill my dog this morning.", Was he fnad,?',' VW^X,'he .didn't seem too well" pleased. 1' i;<f „_., . „ , "Now. that.,you. are married, my son, listen to me?' .' "Wha^t/is it dad?" '.'Try tobbrae ra hilsband, not an ex-bach-eli?r." ■■ ■• ■■■/■' .. ■ '?>'■ ' ■ Maud-^-"! can tell at afgiance what otheivpeople arc-thinking of me." Phyl-lis—-"How very disagreable;<that must be for you, dear !" -^ Teacher—''ls there any connecting link between the animal and the vegetable kingdbm ?" '•■: ■ Bright Pupil— "Yes, mum, there's hash !"

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SMILES FOR THE DAY., Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8801, 23 February 1914

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SMILES FOR THE DAY. Ashburton Guardian, Volume XXXIII, Issue 8801, 23 February 1914

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