BRITISH PEER'S PRODUCTION. VIEVVS ON ,UFE<>NIV MATRIMONY, Lord Dewar, a bachelor, Sftd 'p| the industrial leaders of England, is well known m the British Jsles, for his humorous and witty remarks on lite ajad ro^jcriage. He recently gave to the 'Evening qf London some of his fayo&rite sayings, TJ^fey are ieproduced be^QAy ;~ Ljfe .is snade up pf trials, with an occasional cpnyictiion. , To mothers life is^ jj^st one darn stpeking afiejr atkOt.W/ Every man has a black and white" side of Ufa, ■•■■ -''." : ' ■ Most m§n ape Jbelicyejr.s m heredity until the son make§ a f^bj of hkftseilf, Man reaps what he spws, unless he be aii airriateur gardener. \ Four-fifths of the perjury of the world is expended on tombstones. A^laugh is as necessary to'a"l>Uii^ac being ays sunshine to a cabbage,. Providence never intended us to be equal except wheil we are gal^ep, Np mari is so good but'a good vyqwan can vci&kp him be^er, ' A gPWen weddj^g i^ ; when a cotipk haye gone fifty-fifty, . v jlarriagp is a. grtat jngtitutipfr— -foi those who like institutions, ' Many a. baghelpr has been wrecked on a permanent wave, • Marriage is a committee of two— with power to add to their numbers. There are more Mormons m Londor than m Salt Lake City, but their wives don't know it. ■ A husband should tell his wife everything he, is gure she' will find out, anc before anyone else does, A philosopher is a man who can 100 l at anelnpty glass with a smile, If husbands went everywhere r thei.i wives told them to go, there would bt fewer divorces but more wicfows. Divorce is a great institution ; i keeps the women m circulation. It is much better to have a few hun dreds m the bank than millions on th( brain., , To achieve disarmament build battl< ships 1 by, public subscription. -.' No gentleman has ever heard yo\i: stprv; before. '•■■'' A niß,n'^ reputation is that which i not found out abp^t feim, It seems to me that woman's is no longer m the home ; it is i^ th.< channel, | The rpad to success is filjied m$ women pushing their husbands along . When a .man says his word i§ g; good as his bond— get his bond. A man who hides behind a woman' i skirts to-day is not, a coward ;heis ; taagician. , .. ... ' : ■ We have been told that man is th< noblest work of God, but nobo/Iy eve ■ said so except man. Optimism makes a man of ixinety five buy a new suit of clothes and tw< pairs of trousers.
It is a wi'.-c wife who laughs at her husband's jokes. Poets aro born, not paid. It is not so much what a man btands for as what he calls for. Motor cars are increasing by leaps and bounds. Pedestrians are surviving by the same process. A kangaroo is just an abortive attempt by Nature to make a safe pedestrian. ■ '.(■' ' . The one thing that hurts more than paying income tax ,is not having to pay income tax. There are no idle rich ; they arc dodging people who want their money. '■Adam's rib,*' a small part that has developed into a loud speaker,
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NEW "DEWARISMS.", Otautau Standard and Wallace County Chronicle, Volume XXIV, Issue 1209, 26 February 1929
NEW "DEWARISMS." Otautau Standard and Wallace County Chronicle, Volume XXIV, Issue 1209, 26 February 1929
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