An Irishman who was fencing in a barren and desolate piece of land was told that a flock of sheep which he owned would starve in it. " Shure," said Pat, " wasn't I fencing it to kape the poor beasts out of it!"
mm, THE PUBLIC TRUST OFFICE OF NEW ZEALAND. S3TA BI.IBHED 1872. THE ATTENTION OF PERSONS ABOUT TO MAKE THEIR WILLS IS DIRECTED TO THE LARGELY-REDUCED SCALE OF CHARGES ON COLLECTION OF MONEYS, AS SHOWN IN "NEW ZEALAND GAZETTE" OF JULY 18, 1889, PAGE 790. HEAD OFFICE: WELLINGTON. LOCAL AGENT: J. EDMUND SMITH.
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