Transcription [523]

Part of Work 8 Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper (13/09/1891) }

Jokes found in this transcription:

    Joke 867 - " A FATAL PROFESSION. " Well, Mr. Smythe, you've passed your examination very satisfactorily, but stay - what is your prof ... "
    Joke 868 - " MODERN VERSION OF " WISE MEN OF THE EAST " The Congress of Orientalists. "
    Joke 869 - " THE AGRICULTURAL OUTLOOK. John Bull : Artificial rain be bothered ! What I want is some artificial fine weather. "
    Joke 870 - " STYLE AND TITLE. Visitor : I suppose yours is all real old Chippendale, Mrs. Parvenue ? - Mrs. P. : No, I don't think ... "
    Joke 871 - "[Untitled] ABUNDANT feathers form the trimming for ladies' hats. Fortunately the weather has been cold, or the ... "
    Joke 872 - " PIOUS FRIEND. Dear me, I'm sorry to see you coming out of a public-house, Mr. Brown. - Couldn't help it, ole fel' ... "
    Joke 873 - "[Untitled] EVANGELINE : And when, Ethelbert, will you ask papa for his consent ? - Ethelbert : I think, darling ... "
    Joke 874 - " CRICKETANA. - YOUNG LADIES V. BOYS. Fair Batter ( aetat. 18 ) Now, just look here, Algy Jones - none of your patronage ! You dare to bow ... "
    Joke 875 - " AMENITIES OF POLITENESS. She : Can't I do something to make you look happy ? - He ; Yes ; let me marry you. "
    Joke 876 - " JACKETS without sleeves are returning into fashion for ladies. Unlike some ideas this one is quite ' ... "
    Joke 877 - " GETTING HIS HAND IN. Nellie : What ! Uncle ! An old gentleman like you actually playing at football. Surely you can't be ... "
    Joke 878 - "[Untitled] NOBODY has ever heard of a hen laying - a foundation-stone. "
    Joke 879 - " ALL THE DIFFERENCE ! Major Bagot : Rasher says he means to shoot you at the Butts in the morning. - Captain Wreath : I kn ... "
    Joke 880 - "[Untitled] THE difference between our bull-dog and our laundry is this - one is " wicious, " the other " wash'u ... "
    Joke 881 - " A CURIOUS MISTAKE. A well-known student of language fell into a very remarkable error the other day - he positively too ... "
    Joke 882 - " MORE THAN LIKELY. Patient : Doctor, I fancy, somehow, I've got a touch of the gout. - Doctor : Fancy, my dear sir ! If ... "
    Joke 883 - "[Untitled] PATERFAMILIAS ( with a vivid recollection of last quarter's gas bill ) : - I suppose you thoroughly ... "
    Joke 884 - " PRETTY CREATURES. Flossie ( Tessa, a trifle jealous of George's attentions to Flossie, had declined going for a walk w ... "
    Joke 885 - " CONTRADICTORY TERMS. Impecunions Peerlet : I was so awfully hard up, don't you know, Lady Silvergilt, that I've gone in f ... "
    Joke 886 - "[Untitled] At Kingston, Ontario, a number of ladies, after unrobing in the market placs, have burnt their corse ... "
    Joke 887 - " A PROFESSIONAL AGITATOR. An emotional actor. "
    Joke 888 - " PRESS WORK. Forcing one's way through a crowd. "
    Joke 889 - "[Untitled] WHEN a man says he " doesn't care a toss, " it's a clear proof he has never been prodded by a bull's ... "

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