Transcription [536]

Part of Work 21 Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper (10/05/1891) }

Jokes found in this transcription:

    Joke 1226 - " THINGS ONE WOULD RATHER HAVE LEFT UNSAID. Painter : Would you believe it ? This is the picture they've thought proper to reject. I'll be so bo ... "
    Joke 1227 - " "THE MARRIAGE MARKET." So that is Mr. Lovelace ! What an uncommonly handsome young man ! He will soon be looking out for a ... "
    Joke 1228 - " ODDS AND ENDS. Though the feminine of he-goat is she-goat, it must not be imagined that the feminine of He-brew is ... "
    Joke 1229 - "[Untitled] WHY doesn't some musical photographic artist of Scotch nationality compose a march for his fellow pr ... "
    Joke 1230 - " A VERY celebrated Nimrod of the Jungle tells us that it is impossible for a Leopard to conceal itsel ... "
    Joke 1231 - " FAVOURITE FISH OF POLITICIANS : Pla(i)ce. "
    Joke 1232 - " A RANDOM SHOT. Tom Toutem : D'year, gents, ef yer want a real moral for the Flatketcher's Stakes, I can give yer on ... "
    Joke 1233 - " AN UN-"COMMON" GOOD HORSE. The winner of this Year's Two Thousand. "
    Joke 1234 - " THE HANSOM CAB STRIKE. Remarkable Conversation. - Not yet concluded. - Last week another lot of hansoms became growlers. "
    Joke 1235 - " OF COURSE. Mrs. Marshall : Mr. Greeble's not riding with you this morning ? - Mrs. Greeble : No ; we're having ... "
    Joke 1236 - " THAT AWFUL ASPIRATE. Housemaid : 'Taint more 'alf-past three, is it, mum ? - Mistress : Yes, Mary. It is an H more at lea ... "
    Joke 1237 - "[Untitled] MRS. NICODEMUS BOTTOM expresses herself pleased that the House of Commons will not allow Woman suffe ... "
    Joke 1238 - "[Untitled] MISS RAPID : Will you come for a walk with me, Ida ? - Ida : I'm afraid I couldn't keep up with you. ... "
    Joke 1239 - " A REGIMENT OF "THE LINE." The Royal Academicians. "
    Joke 1240 - " OH, TO THINK OF IT ! The Jones' had a dinner party last night, dear, and cook tells me they had peas at ten shillings a p ... "
    Joke 1241 - "[Untitled] HOW much more are we to read about the domestic differences of Mr. and Mrs. Jackson ? People have gr ... "
    Joke 1242 - " CASE FOR PASTEUR. Dear me ! that's a very nasty bite. What did it ? - Another lady, sir. "
    Joke 1243 - "[Untitled] MANIPUR has been sacked, but the Regent and his brother had already left ; they did not wait for tha ... "
    Joke 1244 - "[Untitled] Mr, VAUGHAN, the magistrate, wants to know why ladies should not be allowed to smoke if they want to ... "
    Joke 1245 - " A BROAD CHURCHMAN. A fat parson. "
    Joke 1246 - " THE LABOUR COMMISSION. What the Capitalist gets. "
    Joke 1247 - "[Untitled] EVEN the London horses are catching the influenza - always excepting the train horses, which could n ... "
    Joke 1248 - "[Untitled] A MARRIAGE has been solemnised between a midget under three feet and a man over six feet. This is ce ... "
    Joke 1249 - "[Untitled] THROATY TENOR : "I - ah - sing the old songs. - Loud Whisper ( from audience ) : You never could ! "
    Joke 1250 - " RIVALS. Grace : But he told me that I was his little duck ! - Mado : Did he, dear ? Maybe he thought you wer ... "
    Joke 1251 - " THE FORCE OF HABIT. Captain : All hands to pumps ! - Milkman ( to sailor ) : Are they going to serve out the milk ? "
    Joke 1252 - " THE DAY OF REST. Uncle : Now then, Charlie, let me hear you recite "The Bogie Man." - Nephew : No fear. I always give ... "

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