" Blese rr.e. Fvo miraed s fearful lot «t birds to-day," remarked .% city sportsman a* he blazed av>ay for about the fortieth time -without rcault. "Nay, nay, eir,"sasrl the gamekeeper; " ve'ie nobbvt missed one after all' It'a th> fame bird every time. 'ITs folkring *-ou about." "Following me about? Konsense! Why should it'r" "Well, yer see. sir, Vs an old bird, an' 'e's 'angiiig round you for safety like!" "Eureka!" shouted Diogenes. "I have found honest men by the soorc!" "How?" questioned, hie cynic companion. "By direct inquiry," answered ths jLoaat Bhilosophar.
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Page 6 Advertisements Column 2, Evening Star, Issue 15642, 5 November 1914
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