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A GREAT RELIEF.

At a certain church it is the pleasing custom at a marriage for the clergyman to kiss the bride after the ceremony, A young lady who was about to be married in the church did not relish the prospect, and instructed her prospective husband when making arrangements to tell the clergyman that she did not want him to kiss her. The young bridegroom did as directed. ‘■‘Well, George,” said, the younglady whim he appeared, ‘‘did you tell the clergyman that I did not wish to kiss l him ?”• ...“Oh, yes.” “And what did he say ?” “He said that in that case ho would charge only half the fee.”

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A GREAT RELIEF., Southern Cross, Volume 14, Issue 45, 5 January 1907

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A GREAT RELIEF. Southern Cross, Volume 14, Issue 45, 5 January 1907

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