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FOOLED ! HE WASN'T A HOUN'.
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Every time I come to town
The bosses keep kickin' my dawg aroun';
When they find he's a bulL dog, not a houn'
They'll be sorry they kicked my dawg aroun'.
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OLD ENGLISH TOASTS
'Ere's from we an' ourn to you
and yourn, mister. A wishes as
'bw you an' your folk loe we an'
our folk as well as we an' our folk
love you an' your folk, for sure
there niver was folk since folk
was folk as ever loved folk 'arf
as w.ell as we an' ourn love you
an' yourn, so there.
, Here's to the maid who takes
a kiss and runs and tells her
mother; may she live and die an
old maid and never get another.
the frostcr comes.
The Son and "Heir-'em."
The look on Willie's face was
not a happy one as he surveyed
his mother jn her harem costume.
"Well," she asked, "don't you like
mother's new dress, or what is
"I was wondering," said Wil
lie, "if I'l lhave to wear yours cut
down as well as father's."
Formosa produced 25,000.000
May 'im as wont niver work in I pounds of tea last year.
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