The Groom i " Well, Bill, you won't see the guv'nor's horse ariy more; they've taken him for the army." The Gardener: " Oh, I suppose now he's going to be what the Frencmes call a ' horse decombat' V A deputation visited the jeweller's. 1 "■ We want to buy a solid silver coffee- ! pot," the spokesman said. " i'es, sir; j yes,, sir." And the jeweller rubbed his [ hands. ,f Tt'» for an M.P." "Iu tliat case, sir,'' aaid tho jeweller, "you will want
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Page 9 Advertisements Column 2, Evening Star, Issue 15641, 4 November 1914
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