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Ma What Is A Panama Man Called
Adversity Is Not Without Comfort--your Enemy May Be In Harder Luck Than You
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How By The Statesman Insincere Man's Weary Soul Is Vexed
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To-morrow Never Comes They Say; But All Such Talk Is Idle Gush For When We Have A Debt To Pay To-morrow Gets There With A Rush
Rowley Powley Pudding And Pie Kissed The Girls And Made Them Cry
He Went On A Lark So His Wife Did Remark And Some Angry Words Too Did She Mutter
He Was A Genial Smiling Man And Fond Of Whisky Plain But When He Joined The Temperance Club He Never Smiled Again
My Dentist Has An Eagle Eye And Vicious Tools He Hacks With He's Clever But I've Come To Think He'd Make A Better Blacksmith
Of All The Saws That I Ever Saw Saw I Never Saw A Saw Saw Like This Saw Saws




FIRST SENIOR--Heard about Exsheff

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FIRST SENIOR--Heard about Exsheff? He went down into South

Africa, and he's come home a regular repository of Zulu

spearheads and Boer bullets.



SECOND SENIOR--I always said he had good metal in him.











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I Wonder What The Holes In A Porous Plaster Are For
This Is Our Latest Novelty Said The Manufacturer Proudly
Brown--up At Hagenbeck's Show There Is A Large Bear That Hugs A Woman Without Killing Her
She--they Say That Your Father Is A Millionaire
I Once Saw A Man At A Meeting Of A Mothers' Club
Yes I Have Seen The Day When Mr
The First Kiss Only Comes Once In A Lifetime
Landlady (proudly)--nothing Goes To Waste In This House
That Said The Loaf Pointing To The Oven Is Where I Was Bred
Well, Pat, And How Is That Bull-pup Of Yours Doing
Railway Clerk--another Accident On The Road To-day Sir
Adversity Is Not Without Comfort--your Enemy May Be In Harder Luck Than You
A Lady Was Looking For Her Husband And Inquired Anxiously Of A Housemaid Do You Happen To Know Anything Of Your Master's Whereabouts
The Word 'reviver' Spells The Same Backwards And Forwards
The Following Is A Resolution Of An Irish Corporation: That A New Jail Should Be Built That This Be Done Out Of The Material Of The Old One And The Old Jail To Be Used Until The New One Be Completed
Did You Have Any Trouble With Black Ants In Ireland Bridget
A Sporty Young Fellow Named Phipps Last Night Went To View The Eclipse
I Saw De Castro The Magician Make A $20 Gold Piece Disappear In Three Minutes
Yeast--did You Ever Try To Dye Eggs
City Niece--the Windows In Our New Church Are Stained
There Is A Presbyterian In Jersey City So Openly Opposed To Baptism By Immersion That He Refuses To Carry A Waterbury Watch
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So Her Second Husband Is A Tenor
Tom--what's That
Dick--do You Think You'll Have Much Trouble In Popping The Question