Transcription [518]

Part of Work 3 Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper (06/12/1891) }

Jokes found in this transcription:

    Joke 746 - " MOTTO FOR MILLINERS A bird in the hat is worth two in the bush "
    Joke 747 - " THE OLD DISPUTE SETTLED - Bridegroom (after the ceremony) : Maud, you and i are one now. it only remains to be decided which ... "
    Joke 748 - " A GOOD HIT - She: Cupid is not in it as a marksman, goosey.- He: Why, not, angel?- She: He's always making "Mrs ... "
    Joke 749 - " SENILE FELINE AMENITIES - Well, good afternoon- I'm going to call on my mother!- What! you don't mean to say you've got a mo ... "
    Joke 750 - " SHORTLY TO APPEAR - A Morning Without Boots, by the author of A Knight Without Spurs. "
    Joke 751 - " AND NOTHING MORE - Tinkle: Is that woman a friend of yours?- Wrinkle: No, merely a speaking acquaintance- Tinkle: Who ... "
    Joke 752 - " THE SCORE - Will you write me some lyrics to my music?- Oh, my dear girl! I haven't the time. Besides - ha, ha ... "
    Joke 753 - "<t> A MAN OF FEELING/t>The Phrenologist"
    Joke 754 - " THE LAST ROSE OF SUMMER Cabbage rows "
    Joke 755 - " ACCI-DENTAL Pulling the wrong tooth "
    Joke 756 - " MR. GLADSTONE has been written to on the subject of Church singing. Of course he knows what everyone re-choirs. "
    Joke 757 - " SYRUPE OF QUILL The sweet things written about pretty actresses. "
    Joke 758 - " SOME PARTS OF SCOTLAND are afflicted with a mice plague. It is a pity that some back-tieria of our suburban cat plague cann ... "
    Joke 759 - " WISDOM "My son, never love a girl for money, it's wrong; but never love a girl with-out money. That's Stupi ... "
    Joke 760 - " OUR DOMESTICS - I wish to leave this day month.- Very good. And why? - Well, I heard you say to master, "Is the se ... "
    Joke 761 - " A MISFIT - No, schnapps, this coat won't do. I look a perfect in it.- Donnerwetter! What would you habe? It i ... "
    Joke 762 - " CHAPPIE (after missing his fourth stag, explains): Aw - fact is, the-aw-waving grass was in my way.- Old Sta ... "
    Joke 763 - " IT'S A WEARY WORLD - (Scene: A Seaside Meeting). - Joyous One: Hullo, old chap! How long have you been down here?- Mela ... "
    Joke 764 - " BEWARE OF THE DOG - Wife (emphatically): That dog of Smith's, across the way, bit mether again this morning, and I wan ... "
    Joke 765 - " OVER THE CLUB FIRE - Porkins: Talking about dogs, there used to be such a clever dog at our place.- Growler (in an audi ... "
    Joke 766 - " PIRATE BUSES Stolen kisses "
    Joke 767 - " A FRESH ARRIVAL A new-laid egg. "
    Joke 768 - " NO "RAIL"-ERY INTENDED - (Scene: Brighton Express): Oh, guard! tell me - who is that distinguished-looking person? - That. ... "
    Joke 769 - " RATHER NERVOUS - Hostess: Why don't you sing, Mr. Shyman?- Well-er-the fact is, I only Know two songs. "Pop goes th ... "
    Joke 770 - " TIRED - Mrs. Sidon: I've been shopping all day. I am just ready to die, I am so tired.- Mr. Sidon: So am I ... "
    Joke 771 - " "SIGNS" OF THE TIMES - The autograph craze. "
    Joke 772 - " A HINT - He: How is it that your cousin always insists on playing whenever I am talking to you?- She: Perha ... "
    Joke 773 - " THE INFLUENZA is rampant in Mr. John Morley's constituency. There was never less need to carry cold to Newcastle t ... "

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