Transcription [537]

Part of Work 22 Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper (03/05/1891) }

Jokes found in this transcription:

    Joke 1253 - " DRESS FOR THE MILLION. For sailors : Surge.For authors : Print.For printer's devils : Old (k)knickerbockers.For advanced la ... "
    Joke 1254 - "[Untitled] HE (bald) : Really, my dear, your dress is cut ver low ! - She : I put it on to keep your head in co ... "
    Joke 1255 - "[Untitled] THE Charge of Balaclava was magnificent, but it is not to be compared with the charges at a West-end ... "
    Joke 1256 - "<t>< SELF-DENIAL. /t>Sporting your oak with a "not at home" placard on it."
    Joke 1257 - " A SENSITIVE PLANT. A thin-skinned orange. "
    Joke 1258 - " IN THE FASHION. Are you doing much gardening, Miss Struckoyle ? - No ; not much. You see I have not yet got the prop ... "
    Joke 1259 - "[Untitled] MASTER (to butler) : Gradidge, I shall be in town until the end of the season. - Butler (languidly)  ... "
    Joke 1260 - "[Untitled] "LEND me you spurs, Jack, will you ?" said one actor to another, "I don't use 'em a second." - "Ah ! ... "
    Joke 1261 - " A TWO-FOOT RULE. Turn your toes out ! "
    Joke 1262 - "[Untitled] QUERY : Will Raudolph return, a Boer ? "
    Joke 1263 - "[Untitled] THE influenza has come over to us from New York. Another Yankee blow for poor John Bull ! "
    Joke 1264 - " A GOOD OPENING IN THE OIL AND COLOUR BUSINESS The first day of the Royal Academy. "
    Joke 1265 - "[Untitled] Heard of the latest strike, Jenks ? - No ! What is it ? - Big Ben - twelve. "
    Joke 1266 - " AMBITION He : Jove ! I'd like to be one ! - She : One what / - He : Census. It embraces seventeen millions of ... "
    Joke 1267 - " HE SWORE LIKE A TROOPER. Paynter (speaking of his portrait of Sir Blank Dash, rejected for the Academy show) : Everybody says ... "
    Joke 1268 - "[Untitled] "RIGHT forward," said the guard as the train started. - "Left behind," said the passenger who didn't ... "
    Joke 1269 - " A CRITICAL MOMENT. Athletic Artist (to nervous critic) : The last man who was here had the impudence to tell me he didn ... "
    Joke 1270 - " FOR THEY ALL LOVE JACK. Miss Mashington : And can you really tell when a storm is coming ? - Handsome Coastguard : Yes, I am ... "
    Joke 1271 - "[Untitled] WHAT interest does distance get for lending enchantment to the view ? "
    Joke 1272 - "[Untitled] Time is an unpopular poet when he writes lines on a lady's brow. "
    Joke 1273 - "[Untitled] WHEN a man forswears cards, does he keep his oath if he cuts them ? "
    Joke 1274 - "[Untitled] MR. SOFTLY-YOUNG (concluding a proposal) : And oh ! Miss Annette I beg that at least you will not pr ... "
    Joke 1275 - "SKILLFULLY EVADED. - She (single, of course): "Even the birds seem to be happier running in couples! - He (a bachelor, ... "
    Joke 1276 - " IBSEN IN BRIXTON. Mrs. Harris : Yes, William, I've thought a deal about it, and I find I'm nothing but your doll and d ... "
    Joke 1277 - " ADVICE GRATIS. Doctor : You are in a very bad way. You must take plenty of exercise. - Patient : Please, sir, I'm ' ... "
    Joke 1278 - " WANTED IN SOUTH AFRICA. More Rhodes. "
    Joke 1279 - " SOMEWHAT UNGRATEFUL. Ill-conditioned Navvy (who has kept the train waiting, and got into it while in motion, with the aid ... "
    Joke 1280 - "[Untitled] THE London County council is anxious to open business as a team proprietor. The proposed route will ... "
    Joke 1281 - "[Untitled] THE proverbial "rose between two thorns" might with equal justice be spoken of as a "middle-man." "
    Joke 1282 - "A CASE OF VERY MUCH MISTAKEN IDENTITY. Broken-down Individual : I beg your pardon, sir, I'm sure. I mistook you for my handsome and noble-h ... "

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