Transcription [539]

Part of Work 24 Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper (12/04/1891) }

Jokes found in this transcription:

    Joke 1315 - " TRUE SENTIMENT. "I'm writing to Mrs. Montague, Georgie - that pretty lady you used to take to see your pigs. Haven't ... "
    Joke 1316 - "[Untitled] PEDESTRIAN : Will this road take me to puddleton ? - No, you'll have to walk there. "
    Joke 1317 - " BAH ! Phyllis : You look very sheepish - Corydon : I am thinking of ewe. "
    Joke 1318 - "[Untitled] [ An Austrian lady has founded an asylum for mothers-in-law. ] No longer need benedicts worry and fr ... "
    Joke 1319 - " LOST ! Hullo, Watson ! What's up ? I say, beastly nuisance ! I've lost my hat and crop in some confounded d ... "
    Joke 1320 - " THE CENSUS ; OR, HUSBAND AND WIFE. Mr. Bull : How shall i put you down, my dear ? - Mrs. Bull : Put me down, indeed ! You won' put me d ... "
    Joke 1321 - " RESULTS OF JACKSONISM. Husband (to Wife) : Isn't it time to be getting home ? - Wife (to Husband) : Which home do you mean ... "
    Joke 1322 - "[Untitled] HUNTING NOTES. -Yoicks ! Tally-ho ! Hark away ! FOOTBALL NOTES. - Hands ! A foul ! Ow-w-w (crises of ... "
    Joke 1323 - " NOT TWINS AND TRIPLETS. Collector (to mother, who gives up one ticket) : What ! Seven of 'em ? and all under three ? Why I n ... "
    Joke 1324 - " A LAWN BLEET Convocation. "
    Joke 1325 - " A WRECK WE NEVER HEARD OF. A packet of pins to be lost on the Needles. "
    Joke 1326 - "[Untitled] "SCRATCH a poll, and you'll find a Tartar." These were the words of your own naturalist as the top j ... "
    Joke 1327 - "[Untitled] SKORCHER "Sits" on everybody at the club. Somebody asks him reprovingly why he does it. "Because," r ... "
    Joke 1328 - " A QUEER FILE ! Spokeshave, the carpenter, is so thoroughly determined to keep his household expenditure down to the ... "
    Joke 1329 - " VERY, VERY AMBIGUOUS. His Wife's Mother : Only think! This is the last night we shall all be together. To-morrrow I shall ... "
    Joke 1330 - " DISCIPLINE. - A SCENE ON PARADE. Officer (sternly) : How is it you are not shaved this morning, Atkins ? - Private Atkins (softly) : ... "
    Joke 1331 - " LITTLE SHORT. I can't pay that old account just yet, Mr. Cutaway, but I want a suit this summer, if you can accomm ... "
    Joke 1332 - "[Untitled] YOUNG WIFE : Tom, darling, you must really be photographed. - Tom : Why ? - Young Wife : Oh ! I want ... "
    Joke 1333 - " "THE OXFORD MOVEMENT." Not much to choose between this and the Cambridge movement in the last race. "
    Joke 1334 - " PLACE OF BANISHMENT FOR MISTAKEN PERSONS. The Isle of Mull. "
    Joke 1335 - " THE SCHOOL BOARD AGAIN. New Buttons : Oh ! if you please, miss, there's a young man called, and he wants to know if you'll t ... "
    Joke 1336 - " AN EXCLUSIVE SET. The Royal quadrille at a Court ball. "
    Joke 1337 - " OFF ! Swell : Good deal of foul air in the room, I fancy, waitaw. - Waiter (slightly deaf) : One fowl, one ... "
    Joke 1338 - " [Untitled] SIR GORDON CUMMING'S present opinion of baccarat is that the game is not worth the scandal. "
    Joke 1339 - " MILK AND (S)CREAM. Cows give plenty of milk, Simpson ? - Simpson (with sarcasm) : Well, sir, they don't sell it ; they ... "
    Joke 1340 - " THE WORLD'S FAIR AT CHICAGO. Possibly ; but it is a good deal fairer along the Mediterranean. "
    Joke 1341 - " FROM A FLY-LEAF. "Buzziness first, pleasure after." as the bluebottle said when, after circling three times about the ... "
    Joke 1342 - " UNEXAMPLED EFFRONTERY. A burglar, suddenly encountering a member of the police force, broke into a cold perspiration under ... "
    Joke 1343 - "[Untitled] IN future there is to be a monthly return of all the pauper aliens who are landed in Great Britain. ... "
    Joke 1344 - " ONCKELSTEIN'S BIRTH-RIGHT ? Mr. O. : "I tells you vat. Mrs. O., ve don't vant eferypody to know ve are foreigners, so I puts you ... "

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