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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 28 October 1905

EVERY -MISERY! IS FOP.dOTTEX IX A . . BUT A . . NEATLY-FITTING BOOT or SHOE ^s^ GLADDENS THE 'SOLE'! ^^s&r In this Line also maintains his high Reputation as absolutely the Cjik.vi-kst Housk in Tows ! MARK TIME! While You Read: ? Men's Strong Nailed Bluchers, ?l/fi Men's Standard Screw Bluchers, 5/11 Men's Tweed and Kip Cossacks, 5/11 Men's Glace Kid Balmorals for comfort and wear, 8/6 — worth 10/0 Gent's and Ladies' White Tennis Shoos, 8/11 Ladies' Glaeo 2-st rapped Shoo.-, 8/6 Ladies' Strong Leather Bals., Standard Screw, 5/9 Ladies' Strong Leather Shoes, 3/11 — worth 5/0 Ladies' Kid Button and Lace Shoes, from 5/11 Girls' Strong Leather Boots and Shoes, all at 3/11 Girls' Patent Leather Shoes, all sizes, 2/11 Infants' Shoes, 1/0 Special Line Gents' Kid Romcos, T Brand, lO.'O DAINTIER FOOTWEAR for BEST WEAR! GIPPS STREET, -BEGA. Hume's ©ommerclal Hotel (Recently Etiltii-jiccl nnd Refurnished), In close proximity to the Banks, Court House, Post Office, and principal busines...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
MISCELLANEOUS [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 28 October 1905

' MISCELLANEOUS Nine lui nd red indentured coolies in the We ^ Indies have remitted' /.''.o.OOO In Calcutta in the hist 10 \vars. S- «? « ? Aljiv.il 1000 miles of copper wire, weighing (iOOlb to tho mile, or about' iiOO tons in all, will bo ? re quired for the Sydney to Melbourne telephone. ?Si «- * At a conference of bulterniakcrs held at Brisbane last week it was . decided that' the Government bo asked to prepare a uniform chart of payment for cream on a com mercial butter basis. -& 0 m The Italian child is never allowed to rub its eyes. If it bursts into tears it is not repressed, but allowed to have, the cry out. This, it is claimed, beautifies the ' eyes, ?' nnd makes 'them clear, whilst rubbing the eyes injures them in many ways. « * * ' The contract with the Clyde Engineering Company for. the. con struction of GO locomotives was signed on Saturday:- Six en gines have to bo supplied within two years. The total cost will lie about £322,000, or nearly i'SSOO per engine. ...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
TWOFOLD BAY. AN OLD TIME FLOOD. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 28 October 1905

TWOFOLD BAY AN OLD TIME FLOOD. Following is an extract from the ' Sydney Morning Herald,' of May 29th, 1851, giving particulars of a disastrous storm, which will ho remembered by ' old hands.' The flood herein described cost seven teen people their lives. Monday, May 19th, 1851.— This district nas been visited during the last few days by one of the most destructive storms on record in this country, and for the loss of life and property attending it is most serious. In order that those who are unacquainted with the neigh borhood may have an opportunity of judging of the nature of the catastrophe about to be detailed, a .few remarks as to the geographical position of Twofold Bay and the places adjacent will be found ne cessary. Twoiold Bay is distant about 240 miles south of Sydney, and about 160 miles to the northward of the southern entrance of Bass' Straits. As its name denotes, it is a double bay, and it affords a safe anchorage to the numerous coast ing crafts, on going southward...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 28 October 1905

SPORTING. The English champion swimmer has been declared a pro. M. Robinson, of Coonia, and G. C. Smith of Goulburn, have nomi nated for the Sydney November Cycling Carnival. Last Saturday Diirnams club nut up 325 runs against Bermagui, Jim Constable making 120. Berinagui was dismissed for 45. Barney Graham, a hitherto con sistently unsuccessful ped., won Ellis and Southnm's torchlight handicap on Saturday night at Tilba Tilba. The complete list of entries for the November Cycling Carnival in Sydney numbers 106 riders, which constitutes a record for cycling carnivals in this state. New Zealand footballers have won 11 matches in England, or one-third of the entire programme without a defeat. Altogether they have scored in these matches 408 points against their opponents' 7. The N.S.W. Cycling League eoun cil intends, in the future, to have a limit of 3oOyds. in two miles for all country tracks, which gives the back-markers a chance of winning, as well aa the country ih'en out on the ...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Inter-District Summary. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 28 October 1905

inter-District Summary. A Gerringong butcher I'i.e c' 'r day bad a s-pleisdid Dl-voii iow i:: hibited, which turned tlie scales at OTSlbs. Mr. D. J. Kelly has Fold his sto:c kcrping btifiiic.-s atTillmto Mc;-=is. !?? i\1 |)iifi- oti»l Ss/-»iil: ?)»/) 1 il IcmV iug the diatrit-t. A Ehij.'inuiit. of Woodhill Dairy Company's butter forwaidi-d to London by the Wakool on August 5th, realised 11 -Is. Said tlmt Mr. J. II. I'lowri^ht, h-.te of the- Delegate ' Avyw ' in I lends starting a jsiijier at .Vulliiiii j biiiiby, in the north. On Friday Mr. E. Ruse, n-i'.., (if 1!( ci:i I in died after an iiimvr- of j iihout ten dnys. His m«- {..i-oryy I is il:;ngcrijusly-i!l with piice.uiuiiiri. At lCuiobniialla the Vtonii of tlii; '10t ii in.-lniit i-.-il'.M'd cr-!!Wilr]::blu daiDiigc. About ten inciies of rain ; i» estimated to have faili-n',-whiio ! hail was piled fi-tl high : !:d \\::y 'Slill to bu seen iivo days a.ltr'tliu j fall. j Mr. Wilfred Lionel Voickman, ? I Crown Lands ' agent :'.nt, C...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ODDS AND ENDS. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 28 October 1905

ODDS AND ENDS. There were no more persistent watchers of King Edward's daily appearances at Marienbad (writes our London correspondent) than the representatives of certain French and Austrian tailorinz firms. Both Paris and Vienna claim to set the fashion in men's attire, though they are both obvi ously far behind London. One of the costumes in which the King appeared on the promenade created a sensation. _ It was a dark blue short coat, white trousers, grey top hat, brown Bhoes, and colored shirt with double collar. A description of this costume was telegraphed to a great Vienna tailoring firm, and, within a day or two, suits were sent to Marienbad as patterns for' some of the local tailors. » *? * ' The whole proceedings of tho synod,' says Archbishop Clarke, ' were of the greatest interest. Many of the speeches were ex tremely able, and the tone of tho debates was marked throughout with much restraint nnd reverence. Some of the most influential mem bers delivered no set speeches,...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
SPORTING. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 28 October 1905

SPORTING. Grand Flaneur was never beaten. The racehorse Trenton is dead. He was the sire.of. 400 winners. Pnmbula Riflo Club intends arranging a match for 11th Novem ber. Mcakcr and Underbill's torch light has been. further postponed until the 8th November. Cnndelo Oddfellows' sports', wlii; h were to have been held on Wednes day, have been abandoned. - - Marvel Loch did a 'mile and 'a' quarter in 2min. ll^secs. on Thurs day morning, being a record. The Pitnibulii. racecourse . was partly, submerged during, the Iato. rains, ancl bad to be drained. Billingsgate and Signature have been scratched fur the' Melbourne Cu;-. The final forfeits are due on Tuesday. Chi-r!es Stewart holds the mile record for Australia, liu ran the distance in lmin. iS&ccs?.' at Rand wick last Ap:ii. The Nov.- Zcalanilors .di:iV.:iteil Duvoiii'ort by 21 [mints io ;'. DevonjMut is the ciiiuiipion ti-sini t-i England. N.Z. has won 12 matches — all the fixtures played. Arc-tr.ru--, the high-priced Sydney ...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CALENDAR FOR OCTOBER. 1905 [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 28 October 1905

CALENDAR FOR OCTOBER. 1905 | I S % 3 ?S Day of Week « * * f i~ C O p 2 5' a tn 5 6 (3 M s . a II M II M A M P.M. 1 SUNDAY 5 33 5 57 7 2f- 8 22 2 mix/ 5 32 fi 58 8 14 0 2i) 3 Tuesday 5 30 5 58 0 1 10 3-1 4 Wednesday 6 29 5 5(- i) 52 11 35 ?'5 Thursday '?' '5 28 6 0 10 45 a.m. 6 Friday -, . - fi 26 0 Of U 40 12 31 7 Sdtimlav '' j 5 25 0 *T i-.jh; '1 23 .. 8 SUNDAY- ? 5 24 8 2 -1- 32 2-4) 9 Monday - - . 5 23 0 .3 ,2 28 2 50 10 Tnesdnyt ?; i 9 2.1 6- !3 3 21 3 27 11 Wednesday 5 20 0' 3 '4 14 4 1 12 Thursday 5 19 0 5 5 10 4 34 13 Friday . 5 18 6 (1 0 2 6 0 14 Saturday 5 16 6 0 6 55 5 37 15 SUNDAY 5 15 & 7 7 41) 0 10 10 Monday 5 14 6 8 8 42 6 45 17 Tuesday 5 136 9 0 '36 7 20 18 Wedneaday 5 12 6 9 10 20 8 1 19 Thursday 5 10 6 10 U 22 8 44 20 Friday 5 9 6 11 a.m. 9 37 21 Saturday ? ? 5 ? 8 0 12 12 12 10 25 22 SUNDAY 5 7 0 13 ,1 0 11 20 23 Monday 5 6 6 14 1 46 p.m. 24 Tuesday ? ? 5 4 fi 15 2 30 . 1- 25 25 WedneHdny 5 2 6 10 3.11 2 30 20 Thursday 5 1 6 i7 3 52 3 38 27 Friday- ' ??? 5 ...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LATEST TELEGRAMS. COLLISION OF VKIIICLES. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 28 October 1905

LATEST TELEGRAMS. OliAA.MA. I'Viihlv. COLLISION OF VEHICLES. ? About S o'clock last nij-,ht a (.?ol- lision occurred on tho K?;::i-Coi-:ir- go roiid neiir Mr. W. A linn's' refi denoc. Messrs'. Johr, Iloyd and J. Qtiinn wore driving in m' sulky on their wnv home to Qiiiimun, and Mrs. J. P. Walker and Miss Tynan in a buggy were rctiiriuug (o C'u ?ljnrgo. Neither party liad- lights. 5fr. Hoyd had tivo ri!i.- hrnken and j a hip very much hurt. The ladies 1 jrol off with it scvt'i-c shaking. Uoyd's pulkj' was turned over and both shafts were broken. The cross -piece and swiu^le-bar of tin buggy v.-cro l)'o':e;i i.-lonn out. Mr. ; C. 1 ns-kip. who came ;i!o:i;r juf-t af- ', terwards, drove tho Ir.ilies lo Co- ' bargo. and subsequently) took the \ iv.cn home. . ? I Svnvr.v. Fimdw I A NARROW ESCAPE. I A ton-yenrs-old boy named i5ott rill wrapped a .bullock ehviii round a rail on the northern railway line. 'Queensland, saying that hcMvantcd to see tho train jump. Fortujiately the obstruction...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
No title [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 28 October 1905

?M »m In the i-lscc where I urn demanded at uuiMclencc to apeak the truth, therefore the truth I apeak, Imptign'lt who so listcth.'

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 28 October 1905

CHURCH' SERVICES- cmriicii or i:xui,.\xi). TjlViSi: SKftVICi: will Ijl- huhl lit umlur:— St. Jtiliu's Clmrc'.i, Hi-en— lCvi-ry Sunday nt n n.i-.i. iilKl 7.:n p..;.. lldiy CiiiumiumImi -m M ' tiuiuliiyiu 11 11.111. iiiiiI .'nl Simduy.it.'. i;..n. CANON MAUTIN, ll..\., liwii.r. IM-rilOI.!!.-. A £AS5 Mill Lie iTlvl-r.tli»! iu iiiuUt:— 'JtcKn every Sni»lny.nt tl uiirt 11 ii.m., nml Ik-vh Dons nt 7,'JO --.i:i. J. J. CUNNINli. AUSTUAI.IAN .MKTilomHT l!|IUlti.'!l. gKHVICKS Mill lie vondiifiiHl us iiiiilvr: Ucgn, every Sim-liiy nt 11 nn.l 7..'9. (-niu-u-. I'-.. SiTvk'o --u thi' llr.-t Siimluy iidiT II a.m. »ii .vice. Siibtmlli Hi'hixil nt-J.:W. UlirfKiinu Cu ilenvor, Weilnemluy ill 7.»0. .Choir Prn-.tliv 1-rlilny in 7.15. i:. w. ii!'.i-sciM!ii:. I'ltKSllYTHItlAN CI1UUC1I ?J)IVINi:si:itVli;i: Mill be heiil i^ ni.iler: lloga, St. Andrew'* Church, every Sum! iv m i ?mil 7.:'.Q. SnUlmili Schuiil nt :l. Wocn-nlvl.'. horvice, Weiliu'mlny nl r.LO. ll.imt i-( llupj, Krlilny ill 7. Wholr l'ruelk-e, ...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Gambling and the Totalisator. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 28 October 1905

Gambling and the Totalisaior. ?TflE frequent raids on betting shops, -with, repeated heavy fines, and .the fact that the practice of wager ?ing on horse-races is not only un 'diininished but really seems to be ?jiourishing like a green bay tree, all- jBoiuts ? to the .conclusion that -present methods are 'unequal to the ?task of. suppressing- the gambling -evil. ;\And that the State recognises .'gambling as an evil is shown by ? the heavy penalties inflicted upon keepers of betting shops ' and the .people who : frequent theSe places. To the Budget it has always ap peared a- ludicrously inconsistent ?thing.to pounce, down upon the tote ihari- and his patrons, while at the same time .the bookmaker is allowed to ply his oalling oh the racecourse without- molestation. A man (or a M'rtmon tf\Y + V» o t Trio t f ov I \i»V»r.'rio on'i the time to go to the course is fined heavily if caught wagering, in the city, and yet he or she can openly make the same wager at-Randwick without interfere...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
From Our Correspondents. BEMBOKA. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 28 October 1905

From Our Correspondents. BEMBOIvA. Considerable loss of stock has taken place in consequence of tlw recent rain accompanied by cold driving sleet and wind. Sickness seems to have visited nearly every house in town and m-nri' cn/-nn/l nnvinn vnn inr-f-t ?=; either recovering from a cold or just contracting one. . The inarringe'botween two young people of well known local families to-day (corrrespondence not dated) in the Roman Catholic Church, This, as such events usually do, will probably draw a large crowd of spectators to the church. [Had the date of the ceremony and the names of the parties to the mar riage been given this item would have been news indeed. Anyhow, why any mysterv about the affair. — A cricicet match Y\'yndham v. BurrnRnto was played on the latter ground e:i 8a I u:':!::;.' and resulted in a win for the home team by GG runs on the first innings. Burra gate batted lirst and put together 10S runs, the principal scorers be ing J. A. Hogg 25, H. De Costa 19, ?Binnio 1...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
LIVE STOCK SALES. William Rixon notifies. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 28 October 1905

LIVE STOCK SALES. William iRixon notifies. '? On Saturday, 28th October, on the farm known as Engleman's, Quaama, 59 choice milch cows (47 milking, balance springing), 25 heifers and steers 12 to 18 months, 82 poddies, 1 unbroken gelding, 4 years, by Cleveland, 1 filly, 4 yrs., by Huon B., 1 mare, stinted to Rebel Childe, 1 filly, 1 year, by Naomi, 3 light saddle and harness horses; also sundries. William Rixon,' in conjunction with Pell and Allan, notifies sale of 30 dairy cows, 91 choice young heifers at Double Creek, on Mon day, 30th October, on account of Mr. W. Murray. On Tuesday, 31st October, at the Central saleyards, Bega, 20 pigs, 20 springing heifers, 100 head young heifers, 70 steers, lto lj^; years old, 15 store cows, 2 Crown Prince geld ings, 4 years, any trial. ? On Thursday,' 9th November, at Bemboka, Mr. E' Jamieson's choice dairy herd,. and young stock; ako sundries. Stock — 110 head choice milkers (00 in full milk, balance springing), 30 heifers, 2 year old, 120 he...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Caulfield Cup Reminiscences. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 28 October 1905

Caulfield Gup Reminiscences. The Caulfield Cup is only 25 years old, but some stirring episodes ?have been crowded into its history. When Master Avenel won it in 18S1 there was a to-do about the judge deciding for Master Avenel platings. The stake then was only ,£300, but there was a sweepstake of .£10. After Mr. S. Barnard adopted the Eclipse Stakes idea, of putting xip a big stake for the Adelaide Cup, and getting a great jjortion of the money back in sub scriptions from the owners, Mr. N. R. D. Bond had the conditions applied to the Caulfield Cup. There was only one Adelaide Cup on Eclipse Stakes lines, but the con ditions of the Caulfield Cup have never been varied. In 1882 the added money was raised to £500, and the distance made one mile and a half. This was the Cup The Assyrian should have won. He afterwards beat Darebin and Com motion at weight for ago over the same distance, but was beaten badly in this Caulfield Cup with only 7st 111b.' No horse could have been fitter, but...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 28 October 1905

J. J. ORMISTON, DENTAL SURGEON, CARP STREET, BEOA. (Surciry, next A.J.8. B»nkj. May bo Consulted daily. Hours : 9 a.m. till 6 p.m. ; 7 p.m. to 8.30 p.m. ORMISTON & ORMISTON, DENTISTS, Bcga. MR. J. M. ORMISTOX will ™it . the undermentioned pla«es monthly, on the following dates : — WOLUMLA— Sgliafcr'i Hotol, Not. 6. PAMBULA— Robiruon'i Hotc*. November 7 and 8. EDKN-Mrs. Plko'i Hottl, X07«mb»r 0 till 13. TOWAMBA-Not. 14, 15 *lld 16. YA5IBULLA— Sov. 17 and 18. WTKDIIAM— Turbatt'i Hctal, Xsvimbir 20 and 21. ROCKY HALL— Xov 22 and ». CATHCART— Xov 21 and 25. CAXDELO-Oct. 10 till 24. BEMBOKA-Oct. 27 and 28. COBARGO— Out. 30 till Nov. 2. BERMAGUI-Xov. 3. MR. MCKERN, DENTAL SURGEON, AUCKLAND STREET, BEOA. Others may come and go ! BUT WHYWIAN and BROOKS GO OK FOK EVER ! 1 WHY? ? _&. Because their work is flawless. Because of the High-grade material usod in this establishment. Because of the Reasonable Prices charged. Because everybody knows the old firm has a high reputation ...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Pell and Allan notifiy. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 28 October 1905

Pell and Allari'notifiy. . On Tuesday, 31st October, at the Central Saleyards, 1 draught -mare,. 1 draught mare and foal, 1 draught horse, 30 springing heifers, 50 head young .heifers, 40 head young hoifors. ???'.?

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
BEGA RIFLE CLUB. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 28 October 1905

BEGA RIFLE CLUB. Xo'rwiniSTANDiNG'.'tlie unfavorable appearance cf tho weather on Wcd .nesday morning Ihe- coach left the Posf-ollice at -l.SJO for the range, eleven members of the club turning up for the afternoon's shoot. Thu light was very changeable and at tini-»;j fl»M viiul iv Iii oil \»n vifi#l ii great dual, puzzled the shooters. The scores for the ?afternoon are as follow (limit 97): — Ml -100 iM Tl. IIpCiTl P. Phiiri) 110 lil 31 87 lit !)7 1'. V. Cowdroy :il 21! 22 7-.l II! !I2 (ico.Law ' 24 !H !il HI! 4 !K) \.. G.Cowdrov 24 28 I!.'! 75 -In !ll) Koss Sharp 22 2li 27 7-r- IS -SS K. Stiles 20 2-1 2o 70 17 K7 \V. 11. Watling 20 21! 21 (it 22 Ml II. Braine 21 2S 20 II!) 14 «l! II. .1. lieresford 22 2(1 24 72 10 S2 S. Arnheim, jr. 24 Si 2.'i 74 7 SI \V. Uimgh Ki 1!) in SI. IS 01 The match will be concluded this afternoon when a large num bers are expected to shoot.

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
THEY SAY: [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 28 October 1905

THEY SAY: ? That iii govern! mi'iiihura of the Up',*;- lluiu-c! arj iiilcnvtuil in limtt-cric-f uncl the' liquor triiHU-. ' gunui'iilly, ' it ia more than likely the U-iiu-r I'ill will have 11 bud t i mi; in that cSiam'.w. That 11 livga. yov.i'.tr Isr.ly has iiw-itL'iTil (lii- lulhi-rln iliflirn'i (.:i::!c (if ' mnlciii' :i hen sit ' — she tied its legs ao that it had to squat. That llu;iu in a man in Ki-jtn mi-mi'iiu that lit' wouldn't laugh tit a joku unless it waa at hdiiivIkiiIv else's expeiii'i1. That our tipstur rorkons Mnrvul Loch niji ciin-y IiL'r weight in tlm Cup iilriylit, Imt hu isn't sure that ahu can cany it l\ir-t unon^li. . That lliti' Wynclhmii I'vichetera were, hadly lioatenon Saturday by HniTUKiito. 'flint cricket pniclii't' coiiimcMicutl on the liu;:a wicket on Wednyaday. That, there should he si dig attondanw of Oddfellows at the welcome to the lirnud Master on Monday night ; nhil That the social on Tuesday night i:s certain to he well patronised. That Clark and...

Publication Title: Bega Budget, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
ALLEGED WIT AND HUMOUR. [Newspaper Article] — The Bega Budget — 28 October 1905

ALLEGED WIT AND HUMOUR.' ' Did slic have any money when he married her?' 'No; he took her at her face value.' « ? « « Patience : ' How do you know her love for him was strong'? ' Pntripn- ** T^npnnyn if. Kt-nlm liim ' * * * She : ' 'Have you over loved be fore ?' He : ' No, dear, have you ?' She : ' No ; but you kiss like an old hand.' He : ' How do you know.' #???.# « ' I have never met,' ho said, 'more than two really -lovely women.' 'Ah!' she said, looking tin iMnnnnntlv inin Ilia fom* ' tvlm was the .other?' * * * Ho : ' How I envy that man who has just sung a solo.' She : ' Indeed ! I thought ho had a very poor voice.' ' It isn't his voice I envy ; it's his nerve.' * * -* Lady : 'You promised to cut some wood.' Weary : ' Ma'am, I told you I. was a union man, and I jest noticed chit dat axe wus made by a factory wot employs non union labor !' * . -* * Jack : ' I have just received a telcgramsayingthatarich aunt, my only relative, lias died and left me — --' His Fiance (eagerly) ...

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