"A couple." said Mrs Sinipkins. ' irot marricd a few (lavs iico after a courtshiii which had la-lcil Ih'tv vears." "1 suppose," . replied Mr Simpkius, " the poor old man had become mo feeble to hold out any lunger." "Johnston has inherited a woiulerfnl collection of art. works, antiques, and bric-a-brac" " From an ance-tor who was :>■ connobcru-, '1 pros'iiuer'" "Not. exactly. From an uncle who was a nnwnbrokcr." Mrs Flubdub: "My husband ;:c>es out every cveiiini: for a. little constitutional, floes yoms 0 ' Mr--- Rubup: "No: inv bus-t-arid always keeps ii- in (he house."
LATE ADVERTISEMENTS. ~~ WAFERS' PHARMACY, xactly Opposite Ha'.lmstcin's Buildings, For NEW YEAR PRESENTS. iTE h;ivo just opened a New Stock of . \ NEW YEAR SATCHETS, PERFUMES, MILITARY HAIR BRUSHES, LADIES' BRUSHES, SMELLING BOTTLES, Etc. Pi ices to suit all. ADS as APPRENTICES in:; lracli\i: 'ENGINEERS, BRASSFINISHERS, BRASSMOULDIXG, IRONMOITPOERS, BOILERMAKERS, COPPERSMITHS, A. AND T. BURT, LTD., Stuart, str ~ TWO SMART JUNIOR ASSISTANTS, and Manchester Departments. Apply MANAGER, lirowu, Ewinjj, and- €'o.
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