A busy Judge.—After hearing argument in a case a Yankee juttice said : "I'm sorter mixed on this here matter, an' I'll preserve my decision." "About what time, jede* said the lawyer, "will you dish out tbe» preserves?" "Thar'a no tellin'," ropJkd ' His Honor. "I've got a sight o' plouohm' ter do, an erbout ten acres ter fence in. Jestr. take the pru'ner ter gaol 'till full *» story - tellers (.till earn a goqd ' livelihood in Japan. In Tokio alone 600 of them plj their trade, provided with a email* taole, a fan,. 1 and a paper wrapper to illustrate and. emphasise the points of themtalea. .
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Evening Star, Evening Star, Issue 10453, 25 October 1897
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