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The new attendant stood scntry-po at f.. 0 door of the local picture gallery.' Presently a visitor stroll =d up, and was about io emcr, when the attendant re-izsd him hv the .rm :>ud asked him for his walking .slick. "My walking stick?” exclaimed the gentleman, astonished " I have not got one.” Then you must go and get. one,” rep*led the attendant. ‘‘My orders sic uul *n allow anvone to enter without leaving !d< walking siiel; with me." The New ATarl ; ” In my last place 1 always took things fairlv easy" Cook " AVeii, ,t's different acre. They Keep everything locked up.’’

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Evening Star, Evening Star, Issue 15637, 30 October 1914

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Evening Star Evening Star, Issue 15637, 30 October 1914

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