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Whare itrong man have nilIs, xraa* and Mh. wMMs A man «eldora begins to shew his temper Mil] In JM»s it. The rising generation owes much to the InaM If the alarum clock. Baehelora may lead blissful lives, out you MB* %&L.e a spinster believe it. Labouring under a mistake Is the most anproAt tkie of all employments. Serve is required to manage a lion, sad 8118acy to manage a woman. There is certainly enough money spent m tip OMMt to ruin to keep it in excellent repair. May: "Next to a man, what's the joll.i4d thing pvø know of ? Ethel: Myself, if he's aict." Sfren when a woman is worried to destth fllfce Ceeea't forget to see that her hat is on straight. IHttysraith: "I am offered £100 for my latail Mtimental song." Grimshaw:" Bush-money pit "ttome wasn't built in a day, you know." "Obi ft was put up under a Government contract, WM HP" What everybody is willing to do is to arbitrate with & man to get away from him somethiag tfcsf is his. It's easy enough to write cheques on the Bulk si Success, but one has to be properly identified t* get theln. cashed. Keep "ur troubles to yourself; when you tetl feem are taking up tl* time of the man who ts afttoisy to tell his. English Touris*: w I understand' you > Meet all your rulers by baJlot P Ci tiara: "Ifes all except cux wives." Miss Huggins: My father is very gooc at r"A- faces. Mr. Kis&am: "Then 1 had bettor not ^smt any kisses here." Mr. Hiborn: "By what unit of measurement fcould you properly estimate a waje's dereMot <t fon?" Miss Lowe: "The carat." The Bashful Lover: "Miss Emily, I—er—-too* She (sweetly) "Do you, Mr. MammasdearP BwW- ■Wouldn't you like to joir ow sewing class P"v The Heiress- "Am I the only girl in the wheS. wide world you love?" lie: "No, dear; bat 108 we the only gir1 I know who <ould afford to mafi" tee." He: 8,1 Then 1 may live upou hope until next Bus Uj evening f"' &he; "Oli, pooT (ellov, is it ash* As tlist P Here, I'll lend you enough to 1Mr I tfseal." Two OpilLi,)ud.-She; "No matter how smart I man ic he is surtl to meet some other man who 18 smarter." He: v V;•. and about 10.000 <woui*n wM 1, t'hov ".1"" Printed by T. LoWE at Vaughan's Printing Works, I, Salubrious Place, Swansea in the County of Glamorgan.