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31 r Wiggles, who has a polite way - of being rude to persons who deserve it. was paid a tvisit the other morning by an undesirable-, who usually broke into Wiggles;* privacy, regardless of all etiouette. .litis morning, however,.owing, to the mat being occupied by a large dog, he paused and knocked.: .-“-.Walk right in,’’ called. Igles. Don’t mind the dog.” "‘ But will no bite!” was asked, cautiously, 1“ That’s what I want to liud out,” was the reply. ”1 only bought him jestordw.’’

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Page 9 Advertisements Column 1, Evening Star, Issue 15659, 25 November 1914

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