Transcription [531]

Part of Work 16 Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper (12/07/1891) }

Jokes found in this transcription:

    Joke 1087 - " INANITIES OF THE DRAWING-ROOM. Seen the Enfant Prodigue, Mr. Softey ? " - No ; waiting till they do it in English. "
    Joke 1088 - " THINGS ONE WOULD RASHER HAVE LEFT UNWRITTEN. Proud Father ( reading his son's school report ) : Manners vulgar - very vulgar. But perhaps this is ... "
    Joke 1089 - " A KNOTTY QUESTION. Sceno - By the sad Sea Waves. Sentimental Damsel : Is a sailor's knot at all like a true lover's kno ... "
    Joke 1090 - " WORTH A GUINEA A -- VISIT. Doctor : The only thing for you to do is to take a three month's sea voyage. - Patient : But I can't ... "
    Joke 1091 - " HEALTH FOR THE HOUSEHOLD. Soulful Son : The doctor says I must go away, father, although it's the season, to recruit my health ... "
    Joke 1092 - " THE ROYAL CHRISTENING. ( Extract from an epic of the future )Alexandra Victoria Aberta Edwina Louise, The Primate returned ... "
    Joke 1093 - "[Untitled] PAPERS relating to the slave trade have been issued from the Foreign Office. Captain Henderson, of H ... "
    Joke 1094 - " PROVERBIAL PARODIES. Nothing exceeds like excess. ( General. )Nothing proceeds like process. ( Legal. )Nothing recedes li ... "
    Joke 1095 - "[Untitled] " DISTANCE LENDS, " &c. - Mr. Mashemall : By jove, Miss Prettypert, I wish you'd out me into your pi ... "
    Joke 1096 - " STOLEN SPOONS. Mrs. B. ( bitterly ) : They say Belia and Mr. Jones sold all the presents to cover the expenses of t ... "
    Joke 1097 - "[Untitled] THE water companies' employes are grumbling about their pay. Some say, indeed, that a strike in the ... "
    Joke 1098 - " SAFE. Gray : I was robbed only once. - Hodgey : When was that ? - Gray : When I used to keep my money in a ... "
    Joke 1099 - " CUTLERS BANQUET NOTE The Sort of Implement for Sharp Appetites : Whittles. "
    Joke 1100 - "Eh! - SHE: "And did you not bring your wife down with you?" - HE: "No; the doctor advised a complete ch ... "
    Joke 1101 - " GOOD NAME FOR A MATRIMONIAL AGENCY. The Match Box. "
    Joke 1102 - "[Untitled] THE Parisian bakers have failed disastrously in an attempted strike. Another defeat for Boulauger ! "
    Joke 1103 - " A SQUARE MEAL. A Masonic banquet. "
    Joke 1104 - "[Unititled] WHEN Architects can Raise the Wind : - When it is due North ! "
    Joke 1105 - " SILVER PLATED. Our own patent philosopher says that filtration is like all that is left after a hungry man has fini ... "
    Joke 1106 - " PARTNERSHIP DISSOLVED. That of sugar with tea. "
    Joke 1107 - " AN " END OF THE CENTURY " YOUTH. Lucy : Going already, Charlie ? - Charlie : Er-yes ! Mrs. Wabengera has bored mean into engaging mys ... "
    Joke 1108 - "[Untitled] WHAT is the difference between the winner of the next year's " Derby, " and that sublime article of ... "
    Joke 1109 - " FIRST OLD SWELL Now, why is the happiest horse the most unhappy creature possible ? - Second Old Swell : By Jove, ol ... "
    Joke 1110 - "[Untitled] " EH, what's that - why are debts like the Weather ? - Um - let's see ! Oh, because they're un-settl ... "
    Joke 1111 - "[Untitled] HE : I think that the letter will do now. Shall I put it in an envelope for you ? - She : Oh, gracio ... "
    Joke 1112 - " GIVE A DOG A BAD NAME &Q Lydia : Oh, Bertie, I have decided to call my dog " Stormy ." - Bertie : " Stormy ? " What an awfull ... "
    Joke 1113 - " EXCLUSIVE INFORMATION. " Exit Only. " "
    Joke 1114 - " ON THE CLIFFS. Sarah Jaus ( gazing rapturously at-gentleman with dog ) : Where 'ave I seen him before ? Can I 'ave ... "
    Joke 1115 - " A CHILDS FUNERAL Grace ( who has just been rewarded at school for good behaviour, reads from the newspaper ) : The wo ... "

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