Transcription [530]

Part of Work 15 Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper (26/07/1891) }

Jokes found in this transcription:

    Joke 1067 - " RATHER LATE IN THE DAY, PERHAPS ! " Oh, grandpapa dear, such fun ! The fortuneteller's come ! Do come and have your fortune told ! " "
    Joke 1068 - " A LUSUS NATURE. A paragraph in the P.M.G., the other day, was headed, " A Lion Loose in a Circus. " Bad enough. But ... "
    Joke 1069 - "[Untitled] THE opposition of the Madrid tradespeople to the New Bank Act continues. Printed notices are to be p ... "
    Joke 1070 - " GOOD SUBJECT FOR A PLAY WITHOUT WORDS. Humpty Dumb-ty. "
    Joke 1071 - "[Untitled] HIS ROYAL HIGHNESS the Commander-in-chief has issued instructions for the immediate closing of an Or ... "
    Joke 1072 - " BALD CRITICISM. - CLARICE: "Look! There's Herbert Thincropp in the stalls. Don't you think it's time he took to the ... "
    Joke 1073 - " DOMESTIC ECONOMY. She : Won't you have some of your favourite pudding ? I've made it expressively for you. - He : My d ... "
    Joke 1074 - " A SHOOTING STAR. Miss Leale. "
    Joke 1075 - " BEGINNING EARLY. Mother : Dear, oh dear, Louise, you are chattering like the little waves. What makes you chatter so ... "
    Joke 1076 - " POETICAL AND PRACTICAL. Bridie : My heart's dearest, you will trust me now and for ever, won't you ? - Hubbie : Can you doub ... "
    Joke 1077 - "[Untitled] THERE are a million more females than males in Scotland, so the census has just discovered. This is ... "
    Joke 1078 - " THE SWEETS OF THE BISLEY COMPETITION. The Bull's-eyes. "
    Joke 1079 - " JEAMES'S SUMMARY. Jeames : Dull session, dull season ! - Things bad in the City ! - Hinfluenza all hover the shop ; an ... "
    Joke 1080 - " " PROOF " POSITIVE. Madge : Pa, that nice young fellow, Mr. Downing, is awfully fond of kissing. - Pater : How did you f ... "
    Joke 1081 - "[Untitled] SOME persons think themselves emancipated when, after all, they are only addlepated. "
    Joke 1082 - " SARCOPHAGUS FOR DEAD LETTERS. A Post-crypt. "
    Joke 1083 - "[Untitled] CONJUGAL scene between M. and Mme. de Bondamaousse : " Why, " said the husband, " do you put the ha ... "
    Joke 1084 - " WHAT MISSS LEALE SHOULD HAVE BEEN CHRISTENED. Aim-y "
    Joke 1085 - " REQUISITE FOR GOING TO LAW. A good deal of money, a good deal of patience, a good cause, a good attorney, a good counsel, a good ... "
    Joke 1086 - " PEOPLE WHO STAND ON SLIPPERY PLACES. Those who live on the fat of the land. "

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