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Cholly : "They suy that excessive coffee drinking -induces softening of tho brain." Miss Snyder : " I suppose lhac you regret nov that' you havo . been such a slave to the habit "

fililhmnu (to applicant for situation): "You have had experience,^ havo you?" Applicant : "Oh yes, sir.'' '* On which Bide ot a cow do you sit to milk ?" "The outsHe, sir."

"Is 33 t oqi husband a very generous man ?" " Indeed, he is. You remember those nice cigars I gave him for a birthday present ? Well, ho smoked only one and gave all the others Doctor (to patient): "May I venture, madahi; to ask your ag;e ?" "Don't 3on know sir, that & woman is only as old at> ebe looks to he ?" "Impossible — yon must be younger."

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Taranaki Herald, Taranaki Herald, Volume XL, Issue 9094, 29 May 1891

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Taranaki Herald Taranaki Herald, Volume XL, Issue 9094, 29 May 1891

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