Cyclist: "-Many recruits gone from thisVilb.RO?'' Shopkeeper • " No. sir. ' Cyclist: "Oh! Why's that?" Shopkeeper : " Well, sir, afW goinc; carefully into the matter, ~ vp. in this neighborhood decided to remain absolutely neutral."—' Punch.' Brid,-, rhaif-crrini) i "Oh, dear, sometiling tcrxibte has happened ! My whole Sunday's roast has been burnt, and it cost mo thrco shillings! (Suddenly illuminated bv a brilliant idea.) But, say, dear, wo h;iv« a tiro insurance, 1 aren't TO?"
An eloquent Irish orator, speaking of ii, tyrant, 01100 f-aid ; "His tongue is that (if a ferpent. which lures but to destroy, and which holds out sugar-plums .in one hand, while in the- other it holds an unsheathed dfl£2<>r behind its back."
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Page 8 Advertisements Column 6, Evening Star, Issue 15696, 9 January 1915
Page 8 Advertisements Column 6 Evening Star, Issue 15696, 9 January 1915
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