Transcription [538]

Part of Work 23 Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper (26/04/1891) }

Jokes found in this transcription:

    Joke 1286 - " EMBARRASSING. (Scene - Afternoon call on the Dean's wife. The Dean had been ill.) - Lady Fitzgivem (sympathetic) : ... "
    Joke 1287 - " WHAT ARTISTS HAVE TO PUT UP WITH. Mr. Monk (editor of comic paper) : Your drawing was late last week, and it wasn't up to much, either ... "
    Joke 1288 - " A WOMAN'S REASON. Clara : Jack intends to have everything his own way when we are married. - Clara's Manna : Then why ... "
    Joke 1289 - " A FASHIONABLE DRESSMAKER. Lady (to dressmaker who has just brought home dress) : This was promised yesterday, Miss Gusset ; ho ... "
    Joke 1290 - " A SPORTSWOMAN. He : Can you see if the favourite is in front ? - She : It's in front at one end, but I don't know w ... "
    Joke 1291 - " SEEING IS KNOWING. She : Did you hear the storm in the night ? - He : Can't say I did ; but I have just seen it in even ... "
    Joke 1292 - " UNDERWRITING. She : Shall we invite the De Smythes, dear ? You know they were the means of bringing us together be ... "
    Joke 1293 - "[Untitled] "But you know, Charlie, Mr. Finance is so deaf he can hardly hear his wife speak." "Dear me. Some me ... "
    Joke 1294 - " CHIVALRY AT THE BREAKFAST-TABLE. "Now, cook, just you look here ! Look at that piece of bacon I've just given your mistress ! It's th ... "
    Joke 1295 - "[Untitled] SIR JAMES STEPHEN'S successor has lost no time. Mr. Henn Collins is already sitting. "
    Joke 1296 - "<t>[Untitled]<THE London County council contemplates a colossal wind band - and the wind will have t"
    Joke 1297 - " A LAUNDRESSES' League is talked of - a washerwoman's wring. "
    Joke 1298 - " LOVE ENNOBLES. She : Roy, my own Roy, Roy, my king, king of my soul ! - He : Regina. my own Regina, my queen of my ... "
    Joke 1299 - " NOT AN IMPORTANT LOSS. Peter : I lost my head completely last night. - Maude : Indeed ! I don't notice any difference in y ... "
    Joke 1300 - "HUSBAND AND WIFE. - Clitheroe, sen.: "It's no easy task to keep a wife!" - Clitheroe, junr.: "I know that, father, bu ... "
    Joke 1301 - "[Untitled] THE London firemen, we regret to learn, are still waiting for their supply of new boots. At this rat ... "
    Joke 1302 - " BAD SORT OF "SIDE" TO PUT ON Homicide. "
    Joke 1303 - " THE RULING PASION STRONG IN DEATH. Jones (meeting retired undertaker) : So you have given up business, I hear ? - Retired Undertaker : ... "
    Joke 1304 - " TO BE SHOE-ER ! A tradesman advertises that he has a quantity of boots on this hands. How uncomfortable he must be. ... "
    Joke 1305 - " LASOUR HONESTUS. Friend : Well, good bye, old fellow. When shall I see you again ? - Mr. Red-tapist : Oh, call in soo ... "
    Joke 1306 - " SPARE CASH. A slender income. "
    Joke 1307 - " LIGHT HEADED. A lucifer match. "
    Joke 1308 - " THE CALM BEFORE THE STORM. Painter : I thought of calling it, "Dark Night Approacheth." - Very Old Friend : I should call it "W ... "
    Joke 1309 - " A GENUINE SURPRISE. She : I'm ready now, Jack. - Jack : Impossible ! Why, only five minutes ago you said you'd be ready ... "
    Joke 1310 - "<t>[Untitled]</t>SMART new boy in cloak-room has noted gentlemen shutting up their crush hats, and p"
    Joke 1311 - " CYCLING NOTES. He : Do you belong to the Psychical society ? - She : No ; but I sometimes go out on my brother's ma ... "
    Joke 1312 - " ANOTHER LAPSUS. Lovely Woman : Just look at this ? It's the best photo's I've ever had taken. All the crudities of f ... "
    Joke 1313 - " BLOOD-RELATIONS. The Gore family. "
    Joke 1314 - " ENGAGING PEOPLE. Expectant mistresses at a Servant's Registry Office. "

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