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BOWLING.

Tho competition by Itoslyn and Balmao* eweu Bowling Clubs arranged for this evening has postponed on account of Liic weather. "Lot ]ii« introduce you to the jnott honort wan 1 havu ever known." "But riiiimma doesn't want me to meet any pooi young men." A > I ranger inquired of Tat which v.-aa the shortest way to tho hospital. Pat fnriotitly replied : "By thoutmsr Ihrea timers ior Germany. 1 ' Schoolmaster i " Gan soiy_ pupil give a definition of righteous indignation?" Small 8 0 /' •• Vc-s. «r; being angry without swearing.' Jlanmia.: "Don't you know that Sins fc'/i'ojricn. tojd 'Sparc tho rod end f|)ofl tha child 'i'' Little Johnnie: "Yes; but hj« txver said it until after ha got «o old his lr.o'.her couldn't beat hunl" A man wrote to a draper}' inn m North London saying that 40 years aso lie pocketed a sovereign ho found while v.'orjrine on their premises for a building firm, lie enclosed £2, and expressed tho hope that God would forgive him for the theft. The firm sent the money la a fund for Belgian refugees. Sheffield cutlery and plate manufacturer* recently were invited by tho Admiralty to tender for 20.000 spoons, 14,000 plated forks, 50,000 razors, 20,000 scissors, and also for hollow-ware and table cutlery. The Dutch Government have given 'an order for 50,000 pocket knives, and the French Government an order for 1.000.000 of various articles;

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BOWLING., Evening Star, Issue 15665, 2 December 1914

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BOWLING. Evening Star, Issue 15665, 2 December 1914

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