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SOME TIMS.

"When people stop joking of moiitier-iri-la-w, ~r am going to pay what I owe. When tlie whole world- stops tilting- of people named Thaw, I am going to pay what I owe. When. my. friends make their calls without asking for loans, , the motor bus whispers in soft undertones, ■When dentists pull molars by long-distance 'phones, I am going to pay what I owe. When straps on the trams are all things J " .' of the past/.; ■ * I am" going to pay what I owe.' ■When chauffeurs - cease chiving- their motors so fast,. . :■■ :., I am ; going to .pay what I owe. Wheit milllohairee say that they don't want . tfie earth, TVhen- BefresEes mate in the land of' their i -Ji birth; '-.- .: paid all ; they think they : '■ "are "worth, f ">I- SO S9iBS t& payj Efi-it I jojee,

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SOME TIMS., Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 88, 14 April 1909

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SOME TIMS. Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 88, 14 April 1909

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