Transcription [533]

Part of Work 18 Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper (14/06/1891) }

Jokes found in this transcription:

    Joke 1489 - " HAD HIM. Grecer : Look 'ere, Mr. Dossit, them last four pounds o' butter we 'ad of you was two ounces short, ... "
    Joke 1490 - " GENTLE SARCASM. Yessir ; I gits 'one from my last journey at midnight - an' then I 'as the rest of the hevenin' to m ... "
    Joke 1491 - "[Untitled] WHICH of all quarries of the chase gives the warmest scent? - Why, the (h)otter, I suppose. "
    Joke 1492 - " POOR SCHOOL BOARD. Miss Priscilla Blus : Do you know, Sir George, I should very much like to sit on the School Board ? ... "
    Joke 1493 - "[Untitled] THE Duke of Fife's daughter is not to be a princess, but Lady Alexandra Duff - plain Duff. Never min ... "
    Joke 1494 - "[Untitled] DOES a violin bow ever scrape an acquaintance ? "
    Joke 1495 - "[Untitled] WHAT the Chilian vessel said to the Yankoo cruiser. - E-ta-ta ! "
    Joke 1496 - " FALSE ALARM Stranger ( excitedly, to maid who answers the bell ) : Quick ! quick ! your master's ill ! I saw him ... "
    Joke 1497 - " THE NEW NAME FOR THE BACCARAT TABLE. Il-lycett Groen. "
    Joke 1498 - " HONEY-MOONING IN ITALY. Fair American Bride : Oh, John ! To think that perhaps Virginius stabbed his daughter on this very s ... "
    Joke 1499 - " NOTES AND QUERIES. Wanted to know - whether a prison chaplain usually has a gaol delivery ?Whether, if you recruit your ... "
    Joke 1500 - " NECESSARY CAUTION. Merchant ( to Clerk who is being carpeted ) : It has come to my ears, Grigsby, that you were a workh ... "
    Joke 1501 - "[Untitled] THE latest craze in America is reported to be whist with " living cards. " There should not be the s ... "
    Joke 1502 - "[Untitled] MISTRESS : Yes, Maria. I shall have to send you back to the workhouse. - Slavey : Oh, mum ! Sooner t ... "
    Joke 1503 - " A CASUS BELLI. " I do admire that girl, " said the first citizen of his latest. " She has such beautiful eyes, such ... "
    Joke 1504 - " GRAVE ALLEGATIONS. Epitaphs. "
    Joke 1505 - " ON THE LINE. Oi waunt me fortygraf taken. - Yes, sir. Would you prefer a carte or cabinet ? - A cart or cabin it  ... "
    Joke 1506 - " UNFORTUNATE REMARKS. Young Lady Visitor ( after playing the piano in her hostess's room ) : I hope, Mrs. Courtly : Oh, no ... "
    Joke 1507 - " ODD MAN OUT. A ' bus-yard extra stable hand on strike. "
    Joke 1508 - " A FATAL OBJECTION. Clara : This boat won't do at all ! - Boatman : Why, miss, it's the lightest and most comfortable bo ... "
    Joke 1509 - "NOT TO BE DAUNTED. - JEALOUS HUSBAND: "Before we go to De Twigg's dance I want to warn you that I do not like your flir ... "
    Joke 1510 - " UNSELFISH MAN. Cis : I'll marry you with pleasure, George ; but I didn't much care, you knew, about giving up my jo ... "
    Joke 1511 - "A GOOD EXCUSE. - HE: "I shall never go to Vandergrifts' again." - SHE: "Why, what reason have you for being so bit ... "
    Joke 1512 - "[Untitled] BEFORE starting a running match with a pistol, a license is required. No wonder Mr. Goschen shows a ... "
    Joke 1513 - " SYNONYMOUS. At an Irish school. Teacher : Now, can anyone tell me what an unclean spirit is ? - Scholar : If ye ... "
    Joke 1514 - "[Untitled] " Why, Jack, how quickly you turned that old box into a rabbit-hutch. " - " Yes ; I did it with a fe ... "
    Joke 1515 - " ROUGH ON ART. Mabel : Well, what are we to do this afternoon, Bella ? We've seen all the plays, been to all the in ... "

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