Transcription [527]

Part of Work 12 Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper (16/08/1891) }

Jokes found in this transcription:

    Joke 964 - " AT A PIANO RECITAL. Oh, is it not quite too lovely ? How sweet ; and just fancy, he has got no music, he is playing all ... "
    Joke 965 - " WAITING TO BE CALLED. Maud ( sarcastically ) : Ma says that if you are ill, Bridget, she will send your breakfast upstairs ... "
    Joke 966 - " ROMANCE AND REALITY. It you don't say " Yes " I'll put an end to myself ! - Nonsense, Adolphus. Tho only logical end you ... "
    Joke 967 - "[Untitled] IT would be quite easy enough to pay the National debt by imposing a tax on beauty. There isn't a wo ... "
    Joke 968 - " THE SORT OF SUPPORT THAT THE CRUMBLING LONDON COUNTY COUNCIL REQUIRE. Shawing up. "
    Joke 969 - "[Untitled] THE International Sanitary congress is coming to abuse unlucky bacillus, and gloat over the latest d ... "
    Joke 970 - "[Untitled] THE Favourite Game just now : - Grouse. "
    Joke 971 - " A PECULIAR ARTIST. Lady Friend : I go regularly to the Grosvenor, the Academy, the Salon - in fact to all the Exhibitio ... "
    Joke 972 - " VERY EXCLUSIVE. Miss Young : Shall we go to the seaside ? - Mrs. Neverflirt : No ; the waves are too wild for me to ... "
    Joke 973 - " MATERNAL COMPLAISANCE. A child cried for an hour the other day ; shortly afterwards its mother came in and " gave it " him  ... "
    Joke 974 - "[Untitled] WHICH is the Closest Season for the Year ? - Why, the present of course. "
    Joke 975 - " IN THE PROVINCES. Look, here, waiter, there's a chicken in my egg. - Waiter : Hush-h-h ! sur, doant 'ee say nothin' ab ... "
    Joke 976 - " SIMPLE DIMPLES. Miss Buddington : Good gracious, my dear, what has happened ? However have you managed to cut yourse ... "
    Joke 977 - " GRAY'S INN CHAPEL. Isn't it time he came out ? "
    Joke 978 - " HAD HIM ON THE SPOT. Dorking : What's the reason you didn't speak to Boreham when he passed us ? - Brown : He insulted me ... "
    Joke 979 - " THE SUN-SIDE. Why, Jack ! whatever is the matter with your cheek and forehead ? - Ha, ha ! I've been asleep all th ... "
    Joke 980 - " PEOPLE WHO OUGHT TO BE ADDICTED TO RIDING THE HIGH HORSE. Hy-gee-inists ! "
    Joke 981 - " A OAOUSE OUTRAGE. Shooting them before the twelfth. "

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