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SONG OF EUROPE. Sing a. song oMhirope, Highly civiliml. Four-and-twenty nations Wholly hypnotised. When the battles open Tho bullets atirt to sing. Isn't that a. silly way To act for any king? The fring* axe in the background Issuing command?; ITie queena are in tho parlor, Per etiquette's demand*. The bankers in the counting-hou!* Are bu&y multiplying; Tn* common per.plo at the front Are doiny all the dying. boat?" asked Clarice. " I can't say exactly, replied Maud; "but I'm aura what hj« called it when he was trying to start the engine wasn't the name painted on the bow!'* Hubby's Suggestion.—Mrs Oneymun: "If you never go to church with me, how are people to know that I am married?" Mr Oneymun.- "'Oh.' take* thV'kidV with you. I jrue«s that will uuike people *iupeot tho UUth at least."

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Page 9 Advertisements Column 1, Issue 15653, 18 November 1914

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Page 9 Advertisements Column 1 Issue 15653, 18 November 1914

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