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What He Thought.
A pompous politician, while on his
way out to take over the governor
ship of one of our colonies, was ap
proached on the promenade deck by
an. innocent-looking fellow-passenger,
who, raising his 'hat, humbly in
quired : "Would you- mind telling me
what 'K.C.M.G' means at the end of
your name, sir? It has puzzled one
or two of us." 'Knight Commander
of St iVlichael and St, Geprge, of
'pourse said the;pqmpous .cne,-ashe-
inflated his chest. "Oh!" said the in
nocent. "I thought it meant 'Kindly
Call Me Governor' !",-
Benevolent Party Dont you think
fishing is a very cruel sport? Angler
Cruel? Well; I should say so. I've
sat here three days and not had a
bite, been nearly eaten up by "gnats
and stung by two wasps, lost my
pocket-knife in ihe river, and the sun
has taken all the skin off the bafck
of my. Jieck. ..',