Transcription [534]

Part of Work 19 Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper (31/05/1891) }

Jokes found in this transcription:

    Joke 1166 - " A RARE CHANGE. - Mr. Snobbin hiring a hack to ride down to the Derby. - Horse-owner : I'll charge you thirty bob fo ... "
    Joke 1167 - "[Untitled] The movement against the unrestricted in-portation of foreign papers is, we are pleased to see, gain ... "
    Joke 1168 - "[Untitled] A Paris paper, which knows no better, says that John L. Sullivan is a son of the composer "Ivanhoe". ... "
    Joke 1169 - "[Untitled] Client (in lawyer's office) : I desire to speak with the principal. - Clerk : "Tend to directly, sir ... "
    Joke 1170 - "THE RISING GENERATION. - Irate Father: I never gave my father impudence when I was a boy. - Son: Maybe your father didn't ... "
    Joke 1171 - "ETIQUETTE IN EXCELSIS. - Lady Sarah Stilton : Who is that man at whom you looked so hard ? - Lady Cecilia Songazus : The on ... "
    Joke 1172 - "A TOLERABLE GRACE. - The after-dinner one. "
    Joke 1173 - "JUST IN TIME ; Or, HOW IT'S DONE. - Scene - An auction room. - Oh, Edwin, dear, I do so want to buy this lovely picture of cherubs. Th ... "
    Joke 1174 - " Some of the fastest men in the world are slow at paying their rent. "
    Joke 1175 - "SHAKSPERE REVISED. - The modern Othelio (after his travels) : She loved him for the lies he told, and he loved her for ... "
    Joke 1176 - "A SUGGESTION. The London County Council want a coat of arms. - "Press". Wanted a coat of arms to suit the L.C.C. S ... "
    Joke 1177 - "NO ANOMALY. - His latest girl : -But if she'd have you, why on earth didn't you marry her ! Didn't you like her  ... "
    Joke 1178 - "[Untitled] What young men like and old men don't. - the coming of age. "
    Joke 1179 - "FALLING INTO THE PIT. - Incumbent (up for the May meetings, to Curate, evidently up for the same purpose) : I thought the ... "
    Joke 1180 - "THE DERBY FAVOURITE. - Queen Victoria. "
    Joke 1181 - "SHORT COMMONS. - The Lower House thinning daily. "
    Joke 1182 - "AN OLD FASHIONED BUFFER ON BALFOUR'S BILL. State-aided purchase ? That sounds mighty well, I look on it as a State-aided Sell. "
    Joke 1183 - "[Untitled] Mrs. Cluppins was in the wrong boat. Her passage was taken for Putney, and she had boarded the outwa ... "
    Joke 1184 - "THE MAY NOT QUEEN. - Natalie. "
    Joke 1185 - "THE WAY OF A MAN WITH A MAID. - He : You wish you had a sister ? So do i wish you had a sister - the very image of yourself in "ev ... "
    Joke 1186 - "THE REASON WOMEN ARE SUCH PHILOSOPHERS. - Because they are so devoted to their own reflections. "
    Joke 1187 - "A SAD WASTE OF CHLOROPHYL. - Born to blush unseen. "
    Joke 1188 - "THE CAUSE - Winter (to Spring) : Back again ? Yes ; but i can't help it. You and the other two would have a la ... "
    Joke 1189 - "THE MEDICI COLLAR. - Descriptive Visitor : Yes, my dears, and she wore one of those high collars such as the Venus de M ... "
    Joke 1190 - "[Untitled] Emerald Green, blended with jet, is the fashion for ladies this season, quite appropriate for jewell ... "
    Joke 1191 - "AN UNSATISFACTORY MEAL - A domestic broil. "
    Joke 1192 - "ENGLISH AS SHE IS SPOKE. - Caller : And how is your master, this morning ? - Cockney Servant : Oh, he is getting on to die. ( ... "
    Joke 1193 - "[Untitled] All stockbrokers ought to live in the bay of Fund-y. "
    Joke 1194 - "A DERBY DANCE. - The preliminary gallop. "

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