Transcription [544]

Part of Work 29 Lloyd's Weekly Newspaper (30/11/1890) }

Jokes found in this transcription:

    Joke 1461 - " THE COUNTRY HOUSE. - (What our architect has to put up with.) - Fair Client: I want it to be nice and baronial, Queen A ... "
    Joke 1462 - "OLD AND CRUSTY. - Fussy old Director: Lemme see, porter-er-how do the Brighton trains run this month? - Crusty Old P ... "
    Joke 1463 - " AGREED. The Tailor (with great firmness): I tell you, captain, unless you pay that bill at once I must put i ... "
    Joke 1464 - " POMPOUS POMPOUS Husband (whose wife has just stolen up and kissed him): Madam, I consider your conduct most ... "
    Joke 1465 - " OVER ON BUSINESS. Jones: I always make a point of telling my wife everything that happens. - Brown: My dear fellow, I ... "
    Joke 1466 - " [Untitled] "There's no place like home", says the song. We all know that; but unfortunately we never appreciate ... "
    Joke 1467 - " AN AMBIGUOUS ASSURANCE Mature but Moneyed Young Lady: I know that from the way the fellows do crowd around me you'd think I ... "
    Joke 1468 - "[Untitled] Judge: Gentlemen of the jury, have you agreed upon your verdict? - The Jury: Yes, sor; we've had a s ... "
    Joke 1469 - "A 'STOCK' ACTOR. - Manager (to old actor): No; I'm afraid we've nothing in your way. Old Actor: But, my dear sir, do ... "
    Joke 1470 - ""AND A GOOD JUDGE, TOO". - Amateur Composer (to musical justice of the peace): Er - by the bye, have you ever tried one of my ... "
    Joke 1471 - "<t>A CHECK.</a> - Huntsman: Seen the fox, my boy? - Boy: No, I ain't! - Huntsman: Then, what are you"
    Joke 1472 - ""O'SHEA-MEFUL Alas! That one in whom poor Erin placedFull faith and credit, she at last discoversTo be continued, ... "
    Joke 1473 - "THAT APPLE AGAIN. - Jack: Look here, Winny!- an apple weighing thirty-two ounces. - Winny: Dear me! It must have been ... "
    Joke 1474 - "[Untitled] Can Messrs. Dillon and O'Brien by arrested in Canada? We hope not; surely there is no such hurry as ... "
    Joke 1475 - "[Untitled] At Hatfield last week policemen and burglars, armed with revolvers, three to three, fired at one ano ... "
    Joke 1476 - "SPRINGING A 'MINE'. - Lord Lackland: Miss Vandenboom, I love you. Say you will be mine. - Miss Vandenboom (American mill ... "
    Joke 1477 - "[Untitled] Boulanger is going to start a paper, and be his own editor. Aut scissors aut nullus! Disaster has no ... "
    Joke 1478 - "[Untitled] I don't know what it is, Mark, but I can't hit a bird to-day. - Let me see your gun, sir. Ah! - well ... "
    Joke 1479 - "SHORTLY TO APPEAR. - Companion volume to "Oceana." New work, by C. S. P-rn-ll, entitled, "O'Sheana." "
    Joke 1480 - "[Untitled] Mr. Stanley and his Troup have been giving daily performances to large audiences. "
    Joke 1481 - "PRESSING. - Mr. Truelove: "Now I'll go. I'm afraid I've taken up too much your time already." --- - Lady Nov ... "
    Joke 1482 - "[Untitled] "Bark," a colour resembling the sails of fishing boats, is the fashionable tint for autumn. With a f ... "
    Joke 1483 - "Why Mr. Parnell Will "Go" If He Does "Go." - For "divorce" reasons, to be sure. "
    Joke 1484 - "ALL RIGHT NOW. - Well, how is your little boy, mrs. Wiggles? - Oh, much better now, mum. I took him to the doctor, ... "
    Joke 1485 - "A ROUNDABOUT ROLE. - A rigmarole. "
    Joke 1486 - "RUS IN URBE. Old Lady (from the country, as train is nearing Cannon-street): It is wonderful 'ow they knows which ... "
    Joke 1487 - "IMITATION IS THE SINCEREST, &c. - D'you know, your paintings remind me most forcibly of Carlo Zetti. - The deuce they do! And who th ... "
    Joke 1488 - "NOT SO BAD AFTER ALL. - Mrs McFadden: "I'm very queer again, doctor. My cough bothers me so: I'm afraid I'm going to die." ... "

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