“If I had been dividing this apple I should have given you the larger piece and kept the smaller one for myself.” “Well, what are you complaining about?” said young Mac, as he wiped his knife. “ Isn’t that what you’ve got ?” “Did you catch any fish this morning?” “No,” scornfully. “Well, you are truthful, anyway, which can’t be said of all fishermen.” “As to that, perhaps you might have called them fish, but I wouldn’t. The biggest one 1 got only weighed 121b.”
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Evening Star, Evening Star, Issue 15629, 21 October 1914
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