On. Strict) Commercial Lines —" Thero i only a slight difference of opinion betwofli mvseUand that political economist," saiad ; merchant. "And what is that?" "Hi thinks my business should be managed fo: the benefit of I he public, while my id-e; is that the public shoiikl be managed foi th* benefit of my business!" Qualified. —A * Parliamentary candidal had juit concluded his address and wai about to sit down, ifrhen one of his oppo nent's admircra stood up and shouted: " Get cut! You'ns not fit to stand foi ufc!" Without a moment's hesitation tht candidate retorted : " All the more reason gentlemen, ivby I should havo a Mat!" "My Brand U GOLDEN EAGLE—prefc: the PLUG, thanks—like to slice it up auc p&ck into my o!e Briar—knew that I've go
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Page 1 Advertisements Column 6, Evening Star, Issue 15678, 17 December 1914
Page 1 Advertisements Column 6 Evening Star, Issue 15678, 17 December 1914
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