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Jn form-i ferocious and barbarous times The thief was hung on the cross for hi

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■But. (culture to ravages offers relief . The ‘M-oe.s is now hung on the breast o

the thief.

hinnio mr.ii at the ohb ’.litre tailing dog | rieri s after a day’s shooting. After son": : time, when die lads had got very " rail.“ i i.ne in tic man, who ivd been tjttile. cilen!, i said : ■’ I have a, dog that makes aii your- ■ sor-in fools I generally feed him myself : after dinner, hut the cLiter day a friend j dropped in and the poor annual flipped my ; u.ini.h Afitr the meal wy went into the garden. The dog scratehul up a flower and , laid ii. at my feet, with the mo.-t ycamhig t look in his eyes. It was a foi-gct-mc-uoh.'' ’Nobody told aji*' lucre dag stones that evenmg. ' :

Alts” Brown: " TTow ;lo you lil:c my new jrownr’’ Mr Brown: “ ItcmiiKls me o: ;l <-i c.wclod tliealrc.' 1 Mrs Brown: ‘'Crowded theatre! How so?” Mr Brown: Iliero ieems to be s«uniiua rogai ouU'.”

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1, Evening Star, Issue 15699, 13 January 1915

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 Evening Star, Issue 15699, 13 January 1915

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