Has Lizzie A. ever told Dave the story about the caterpillar crawling up her back on the Thames ? Lizzie will hare those little feet of hers in the mud if she persists in tramping to the brewery so often. What is the attraction, lemonade or our Dave? Who is the old person who tries to play the flute at the sable orphans ? How quickly and badly that architect draws his plan. It is really amusing to see him running about with a roll of paper under his arm That banker's clerk is always on the look out for fresh fields and pastures new. The latest addition is G-.A., a very small one Who are those young men who called out for Harry to row them over the river to see the pretty Miss G-. McDonald has gone for a trip — goodness knows where, while everybody knows why (Kataraina Kahutia) Why does the captain go to church. so often? Is it to see Mrs C. ? Where is Weston going to get a goat for his milk truck ? There is one at the corner of Bright-street, only he has got his beard shaved off We are told one young man, of oil-spring fame, took another young man (a stranger) to see the Oil Springs. The first young man said he was very confident^ about the road, and they went. It now turns' out that the two young- men went about fourteen, miles on the road to Opotiki. The stranger said the Oil Springs were a long way from G-isborne, and well he might after that s(mgle)r mistake.... The editor of the Herald has been accused of corresponding to the Obsekver ; but never mind, old boy, it's no disgrace, although there are more kicks than halfpence There is going to be a big batch of bankrupts soon Why does Tucker make a debating class of the Town Council? That churchwarden still continues to go behind the bar What does that young man with the tam-o'-shanter see in Bright-street? We hear Jfora K. has left the Argyle ; what will Kenny do for cigars now ? Tom Hannah, of the big pawn-shop, should not have cai'i'iqj>on. so at the show with those beauties WhjrJid that young lady at the Exhibition on Monday evening look at the young lawyer so often with, such a bewitching smile ? We prophesy greater things to follow That young bankrupt stock jeweller promises io play the piano by-and-bye... Why is D. so fond of walking up and down. Palmorston-road ? Is Miss F. the cause of it ?
Their was an exciting foot-raoc on the Whal.iiupnko block on the 20th, between L. and J\. for £10 a side. J. gave L. five yards' start in '2W\ L. Inviting J. by about seven yards. It is b.'lun-ffl that there will be another race for the same money within a month's time. J. and his trainer looked awfully forlorn after the race
What caused that tittering the other night in the church choir ?
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